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    there's more...will post it later.

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    I'm not very keen on women's fashion, but the overall impression I have looking at those pictures is very good - but it may partly be because of those headdresses, visually very strong, maybe too strong.

    I especially love those two :


    I can see a hat, I can see a cat,
    I can see a man with a baseball bat.

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    I dunno, I can't get excited about this, considering that Junya's collections usually have something akin to magic in my world.

    (Also waiting for the first jaded "this reminds me of gareth pugh" reply)
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    I'm kind of in love with the sculptural head pieces.
    Life is a hiiighway

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    the rest





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    i think it's superb--it's commercial, for sure, but it also shows
    junya's astonishing range--the sculptural, draped and tailored elements are brought together perfectly.

    ***if this were presented by anyone else, we'd all be floored, but of course,
    it's just another junya collection.

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    Remember what Cathy told him :-)

    I think that the pant suits are a fail though - they look ill-fitting.
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    I like the monochrome palette which seems to be a continuation from the previous collection. I feel like seeing some SS09 CdG H+ elements in this collection, though. Now if only he would start being more diverse in his men's collection instead of dabbling with the same Americana concept year in year out....

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    This is how I picture women dressing in the future, the metallic fabrics, ton of silvers and geometric motifs would go greatly with a world more advanced than the one we have today, also the mens clothing-esque stuff goes well with the evergrowing amount of control women have over the world and the further push of adrogyny as a socially acceptable mindset. So I guess you could say buying this collection would be a wise investment ;).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanna View Post
    I'm kind of in love with the sculptural head pieces.
    I definitely agree.

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