Post looks you like from recent or older shows.
Discuss different shows pros/cons, likes/dislikes
Starting with some early MMM stuff 90`-91.
It's really interesting to see such a continued theme of deconstruction in all of his shows even to the present.
Come on /fa/ I'm lonely
I think it's really nice that some of the models are smiling and that they look much healthier. Maybe it's just rose colored glasses but it seems modeling used to be much more pleasent
There are so few of these threads nowadays, it's good to see people actually care about runway fashion.
Pic related is my favourite piece from the collection - love the bold, geometric scarves.
It's funny that you see some of the same designs from this show as a show today. Heavily pleated pants, drapes but styled completely differently.
What collection is this from?
Also, say what you like about Hedi Slimane now, his time at Dior Homme revolutionised 21st century Men's fashion - big emphasis on silhouettes, overly tailored suits, a lot of /fa/gs owe their sense of style to him and the fact that the pale, skinny look is fashionable.
Pic related is from the AW 2006/2007 collection
Didn't like most of this show definitely still some very nice looks especially the ones with hoods and scarves. The huge draped scarves are fantastic
I never really gave Geller much thought, he was always just another name but I started checking him out and it was surprising how much he fit into the look I was going for. Plus he seems to change it up often but it never seems forced which is a rare thing to see.
As I'm posting these I'm respecting this show more and more the dark kind of moody aesthetic but with such beautifully tailored and fitted pieces.
Funny to see that designers were putting out cropped trousers this far back.
Based fucking Junn J fw13
And so I am left alone by myself
Hopefully this webm turns out okay.
I'm a big fan of Y-3 and floral patterns so this is perfect to me.
I love how it looks kind of utilitarian but also heavily branded etc.
Definitely, but much more refined and clean compared to Raf.
Junn's knitwear is seriously on another fucking level
Undercover fw10 completely modeled by Jun Takahashi
Proof that short people can be fashionable
I think what caught my attention the most with this show was how wearable it was. It might come off as boring at first, but there is still obviously the classic Undercover twist and design.
McQueen's womanswear is truly timeless.He was also a true showman. Heres a video for his legendary spray painted dress from S/S 99.
..and his kate moss hologram. Not like I was there but the video doesn't seem to do it justice.. people said you could've fucking sworn she was in there.
I figured some of you might know this.
Which shoes inspired Raf to make these? AW12.
I heard it was German army sneakers but they seem much more similar to Asics.
Its a Raf Simons collab with asics, so you are right in saying they are like asics.
He didn't actually collab with ASICS. People just started saying they looked like asics so others just assumed it was a collab. Raf's first collaboration with a running shoe company was Adidas. Still a sick fucking shoe, Eurofag had a pair in my size and I put it off for to long. RIP ;_;
b-b-but h-highsnobiety s-said.
wait really? He didn't collab with Asics in 2009?
I don't think so I remember somewhere Euro said when he was buying them he called asics and asked them about it and they said they had never collabed with Raf, maybe he was misinformed but that's what he said.
People may shit on those Rafs but seeing them next t to actual Asics makes me realize how nice they are. Very nice the box, much more slim, better looking arch support. No tacky lines. Maybe I'm brainwashed but those shoes are beautiful.
Sorry! Those are both Anne D I believe. As for what season, I'm not too sure, they were from an old folder.
Backstage, Neil Barret, SS15
I generally like everything they stick Benoni in regardless of designer, but I particularly love the vest/striped sleeve combo here.
Haider Ackermann FW14, backstage
I love all the 80's coming into play latley. The siouxsie sioux/Kraftwerk looking stuff.
Moschino A/W 2014
Don't really watch many of the shows for women, but dries ss12 was great
I only have 2 runway photos on my phone so I guess I'll post both.
Paul Smith S/S 14
>tfw I saw this show in person
Saint Laurent Paris SS 2015
Not really "runway" but I am in love with the new Undercover
I never saw the appeal of UC until this line
This look is amaze balls as well.
Someone should post the GOAT runway show, Damir Doma AW 09? Or 10. I can't remember which one it was.
This ones from the most recent alexander mcqueen show I think
btw i'm a guy
this is the only women's collection that actually caught my eye
any girls who are into haute couture help me out
Not exactly runaway, but i've really been liking Christophe lemaires stuff recently
Fendi F/W 2014-2014
Thought the show was good, some very wearable, functional pieces but the use of actual goats fur on the runway made me lol - not sure how I felt about that.
KVA fw 13, feel like the looks was very hit and miss, loved some, really didn't like others.
Love this coat.
Undercover ss05 but beautiful II
KVA SS14. Haven't liked the last two collections nearly as much as this one.
This show had some of the best synergy between the clothes and the styling I've ever seen.
Jun Takahashi is a master at making something look worn and raggedy and it still look amazing. He's done it so many times, and every time it's still unique and incredible.
The hats definitely weren't my favorite but besides that this show was incredible. Little things you don't typically see in men's fashion like big necklace and mesh tops were used but never came off as effeminate and complimented the looks well.
The pieces keep growing on me, but those fucking aditrash shoes keep it from being one of my favourite rick shows.
I'm assuming your talking about the Geller show. Yeah they do look kind of trash I like them though, looks mind of like a derby mixed with your everyday sneaker
Thom Browne ss07. Thom always has such amazing shows its a dream to attend on of his shows even though it's not my style at all.
Obviously there is a very marital theme to this especially focusing on the bride. I think the combination of a suit and the train of a wedding dress, if although not practical than still very a interesting concept and I think it actually looks really nice. The veils over many of the hats are really nice too.
For if you ever needed to marry yourself.
Oh also and that jacket is fucking king ridiculous. As for the soloist I think it's often thrown into all the folky Japanese designers Nonnative, Visvim, Trove, etc. And the style is definitely there but from what I've seen Takahiromiyashita(the designer) always uses a more distressed and patchy look than the others.
Rick made it seem like there wasn't a lot of significance to the embroideries, other than the fact that he really enjoyed the drawings that his friend (Benoit) left around the house of him and Michele and wanted to include them in the collection. There were a lot of elements in the show that seemed like a deviation from the status quo, but the silhouettes were still very Rick, and I don't think most buys will include the array of colours used in the show (which was also pretty irregular but some buff will probably come out of the woodwork to correct me by mentioning a tangentially related women's drkshdw collection, pic related) or all the embroideries so it will probably look very similar to the last four or five seasons when it hits the shelves. .
Definitely not my favorite Thom show by far. Bad palettes, weird styling and most pieces weren't very wearable. Still interesting to see and it probably would've been fun to see live. Also dat get.
The gets will never stop
>tfw no cross dressing qt gf to wear this with
This is all for now. Keep the dream alive boys.
female here, hi! sorry I'm late...
Dior Couture Spring 2013... never4forget