i liked how this reated so strongly to the menswear collection.
they were really harmonious, and that’s something i think a lot of designers struggle to do or just disregard, but i really think a label should have a strong opinion for each season that bridges any gender issues. It just reaffirms the purity of the thinking imo.
YOU KNOW I AGREE!
i will never ever understand why so many designers dont bother to make their menswear and womenswear cohesive and strongly related to one another, it just seems to obvious to do? i just adore his and her’s versions of things, and more so recently, androgynous collections to be shared, ahaha!
maybe this thinking is due to how i am with my design work, if anything is to be said about my work, its that im obsessively cohesive! as you probably are too.
i guess, some of us get it, some dont, perhaps?