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Paris Fashion Week Spring 2014 Hits & Misses: Part 1 (Forum Buzz)

The Misses: Anthony Vaccarello, Carven. Lanvin. Images via IMAXtree

The Misses: Anthony Vaccarello, Carven. Lanvin. Images via IMAXtree

THE MISSES:

Anthony Vaccarello

“I don't get the hype around this guy. How many women can even wear his clothes?!?!” [GERGIN]

“I feel rather disappointed by him altogether… he's really taken his work to this nonsensical superficial level that no one other than exhibitionistic celebrities could ever possibly wear his clothes.” [Scott]

“This is a perfect example that having a great body and showing a lot of skin in designer duds doesn't equate to sexy. I mean seriously, what is with this triangle tailoring?” [HeatherAnne]

“It all looks like scraps of fabric pasted together. The angular crotch is not a good look at all.” [VogueDisciple93]

 

Carven

“Fuggggggg! You couldn't force me to wear any of this. What the heck happened?” [HeatherAnne]

“I really wish people would stop trying to reinvent camo prints. Just let them die already! 99.9% of the time it never looks good.” [fantastical]

“His recent two collections have been a big miss for me personally, the quirkiness in the collection is no longer there, some of the appliqués and shapes are just weird and cheap looking.” [williscrazy]

See all the looks and read our review of the Carven collection. 

 

Lanvin

“I love you Alber, but these are some of the ugliest clothes I have ever laid eyed on. The only good things are the non-metallic looks, everything else is a disaster.” [VogueDisciple93]

“Oh, how the mighty have fallen.” [shanhuq]

“It starts off late 70s disco slut with the nice flowy lamé dresses but in between it gets messy and contrived and the pants are hideous.” [disco54]

See all the looks and read our review of the Lanvin collection.

 

To see how the tFS forums graded Milan, London and New York Fashion Week, check out all of our Hits & Misses for Spring 2014.

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