The Italian luxury brand, Marni, fell short of expectations again. This time it made the list 4 times, and it is at the crowning top! During the Milan fashion week, it presented a strange outfit in the style of Daniel Nekonečný (Czech singer), a crazy candy floss pink outfit, a multi-coloured hallucination, and a ‘rolling stone’, who was most likely wearing so much, because he had surpassed the allowed carry-on luggage weight... That’s the only explanation we have for the amount of layers!
Bell-bottom shiny pants, chains, tight tank-tops or crop tops. The fashion show of Dsquared2 FW 2019 went down in a similar manner as the show of Marni, an absolute fashion hell. If we had to say what, according to us, is a truly asexual men’s collection, here is the answer. But to not be entirely critical, the women’s items, which also appeared on the catwalk, were a fantastic highlight of the evening, and here the designers Dean and Dan Caten really made an impression! With minor changes, we would gleefully put them on!
Even Versace appeared on our list of TOP 10 worst, and twice. The luxury brand also wanted to add bright colours and emphatic elements into men’s fashion style, which gave an expected result, clown pants and shirts for Hawaii, or even better – for a carnival...
We hope, that we’ll find better concepts from these brands at the next fashion show in Milan in six months!
I seriously didn’t get this collection. It was as if someone mixed containers of clothes for the needy with random leftovers from a wild party at the gay club Termix on Vinohrady. A leopard or blue tiger motif and pink knitwear?! Seriously guys, you’d better keep this for a carnival.
FW 2019 according to Dsquared2? For me it was a revival of the band Village People and their mega hit YMCA. Leather, fringes, chequered cowboy shirts, and for the finale a quasi Matrix model with a high top. Men with shirts above the navel??? My god, let’s rather leave that to Britney Spears at her Las Vegas Show.
If Prague ‘veksláks’(olden day communist money-exchangers) were still around today, I’d imagine them wearing something like this, as in to be in fashion no matter what. The question is, whether it’s at all possible to accept a trend which consists of a gaudy coat and a striped suit, reminiscent of a prison uniform from American comics. But actually I think it would be a fit...