So what do you think of Saint Laurent F/W16?
didn't see much new on the men's line and as a grill i wouldn't wear those midi skirt-pants he's pushing.
>Bieber in the background and that annoying bald drumming guy
I'm happy no kardashian showed up though.
All the great outerwear saves this collection. Didn't like it at all while watching the show, loved it after I got to go through the pictures and see all the details on the jackets.
Rest was same old.
Womenswear is better than SS16 at least.
lel, annoying bald guy was actually Krist Novoselic
if the alternative is a world where people dress like this tub of shit, i'll take slp's 60s/70s retreads all fucking day.
it's a shame that the most buying power comes from Asia, where skimpy twink asians men wear his most rugged and manly designs, representing the opposite of the style Hedi has in mind.
yaeh no, this is the least wearable collection so far. it was boring and too self indulgent. I ended up watching justin bieber tap his hands and feet for 20 minutes because it was more exciting than the clothing
I've seen those gold shoes before
What is it with asian manlets and slp? I get that they have the money for it, but desu i don't think the rockstyle works with them and their overstyled haircuts.
And they have no clue the aesthetic doesn't fit their bodytype? I'm not trying to be mean, but i've seen a lot of 'em and they just look awkward since they mostly are like 5'5.
that fit, and a lot of the more exuberant/flashy garments we've seen from hedi's slp stint, are basically meant for the stage. if you're a 6'6" and on stage crooning like father john misty, they work. if this guy was on stage with a guitar, it'd work. but instead it's all costumery; people pretending to be something they're not. hell, fucking biebs can't pull off this look because it's basically a psychobilly fit.
anyway, i like what hedi's doing at slp regardless and hope he stays there. and would rather see people try to pull of his fits and fail than armies people dressing for the apocalypse.
it's hard to pull off, but it especially proves that money can't buy a sense of style
Oh come on, the reason it doesn't work is because the kid is a chink and unnatractive/boyish.
Unaesthetic people just cannot pull off clothes like that. Even if they are rock stars. Imagine literally any model with a gaunt face in that fit and it works, no rock required.
They're Dior Homme fw05 iirc
>it especially proves that money can't buy a sense of style
That's the kind of pieces i love. Like those fuckers who copy ricky rick and end up being worn by fuccbois. You can steal his thing and make it mainstream, but you still look like autistic shit in it.
This. You can't take a dude who has never smoked a cigarette or seen a vagina or held a guitar or w/e and put him in rockstar clothes, it just looks terrible. This is why awkward chinks and all the autists on 4chan and reddit look like shit in slp.
people who spend large amounts of money on a product but then feel the need to attach their identity to that product in a forum for showing off (read: not for constructive feedback and discussion like WAYWTs even though /fa/'s are terrible) are embarrassing and not the way you're meant to express an affinity for a brand
For Hedi's last collection it was very good, maybe as good as tus Dior Homme work, in fact, this collection looks like the mashup of all his work in his fashion career, a good example is the use of the golden chelsea boots and some womenswear outfits with the psychodellic collection style
In terms of creative work it was mediocre but for the brand and his career it was just perfect, he needs to step it up tho, reworking the same aesthetic isnt right, he has a lot of talent, just look at FW16, that collection was just beautiful
It's so awful. Like really bad. If he's trying to channel the ghost of Yves (and that glorious 70s lion's mane) it's not working.
For someone who doesn't exactly reinvent the wheel with his collections, he should know to stick to what works. And short hair on him works.
it's a classic combover
his thick maghreb hair texture allows for that. prefer the short though
Dior Homme was - like always - much better senpais
the hair style of 2016
love where he's taking his influence from. turning the volume up on nudie's hollywood/rodeo/westernwear, which was already loud as.
(these suits start at $4k. something with as much work as >>10949780 would probably mean adding a 1 in front of it; with slp's pricing, wouldn't be surprised if that's a $10k jacket.)