All the kerfuffle in the men’s world about Kim and Virgil, Virgil and Kim about how greatly talented they are ...well... you be the judge and you decide if what they show befits their labels and exhibits any sort of talent other than turning out ridiculous, ludicrous, unwearable, wildly expensive clothes.click image to enlarge
Yes, Kim did do some beautiful things at Vuitton but as for Virgil, in these politically correct times, well... you get the idea because this past collection is an embarrassment to the brand but as has been said over and over ... Dior sells scent and cosmetics and Vuitton sells handbags and wallets.click image to enlarge
This Dior collection comes off as the logorama collection yet still comes off better than Vuitton which is totally cartoonish and DR Seuss, but Dior also has now stated that “the hip hop community is no longer dictated to by fashion, they’ve shifted the paradigm, claimed their rightful influence on the industry, and got behind the wheel.” So apparently that’s the Dior market and same goes for Vuitton and think about the reality of him saying who the target audience is. Plus, according Kim, if one is logical the brand doesn’t need a designer just an entertainer who will direct the design rooms.click image to enlarge
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Wanna be sustainable and all that... don’t spend zillions on shows like this and fill your stores with clothes you’ll have to ship somewhere to burn.click image to enlarge
Jimmy Jazz stores beware your competition is coming after you!click image to enlarge
Perhaps when reality sets in and truth is actually spoken about collections like this then maybe fashion will slowly work its way back into a business of buying and selling clothes and not staging circus performances.