This ain't nothing but a bunch of mess.

textbook:

prada a/w 2010
thoughts: to begin with, i can’t say how much i appreciate all the live streaming this season but prada’s attempts were not as successful as i’d hoped. there was no full screen option, the quality was low and the speed wasn’t uniform. nevertheless, i applaud their efforts to bring fashion to the masses. in terms of the collection, it was decidedly safe but was something i could get behind. aside from the pictured camels and shrunken sweaters there were vibrant colors and an almost urban set of camo prints in a smattering of colors (including pink). last but not least were rubbery (patent?) long coats. overall, i don’t think i’ll be visiting prada very much come fall, despite the near unanimous praise for their showing. but that blazer in #3 is very very sleek.

i’m really liking menswear all of a sudden O___O

textbook:

prada a/w 2010

thoughts: to begin with, i can’t say how much i appreciate all the live streaming this season but prada’s attempts were not as successful as i’d hoped. there was no full screen option, the quality was low and the speed wasn’t uniform. nevertheless, i applaud their efforts to bring fashion to the masses. in terms of the collection, it was decidedly safe but was something i could get behind. aside from the pictured camels and shrunken sweaters there were vibrant colors and an almost urban set of camo prints in a smattering of colors (including pink). last but not least were rubbery (patent?) long coats. overall, i don’t think i’ll be visiting prada very much come fall, despite the near unanimous praise for their showing. but that blazer in #3 is very very sleek.

i’m really liking menswear all of a sudden O___O