Spring/Summer 2013 mens fashion by Rick Owens

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Spring/Summer 2013 mens fashion by Rick Owens

Postby janrok » Thu Jul 19, 2012 7:10 am

Not my cup of tea these styles but everything is welcome. The more publicity the better.
But, my oh my, those uncomfortable seventees clogs.............

http://www.newmalefashion.blogspot.de/2 ... -2013.html

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVkmd8QVw3E

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Re: Spring/Summer 2013 mens fashion by Rick Owens

Postby pleated » Thu Jul 19, 2012 10:51 am

When I see the expressions on the faces of male models I always think of the song "Smile". The one that goes "smile though your heart is breaking" etc.
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Re: Spring/Summer 2013 mens fashion by Rick Owens

Postby couyalair » Thu Jul 19, 2012 11:43 am

janrok wrote: The more mens skirts the better.


In theory, I agree, Jan, but there's nothing there that a woman could not wear (except perhaps the awful footwear).

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Re: Spring/Summer 2013 mens fashion by Rick Owens

Postby STEVIE » Thu Jul 19, 2012 10:48 pm

Footwear and those awful legwarmers aside, the designs aren't all bad. Cost ?

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Re: Spring/Summer 2013 mens fashion by Rick Owens

Postby BobM » Mon Jul 23, 2012 3:16 pm

My opinion? Absolutely horrid.
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Re: Spring/Summer 2013 mens fashion by Rick Owens

Postby Milfmog » Mon Jul 23, 2012 9:04 pm

Hmmm... A bit of a curates egg by my reckoning. Most of the looks are hideous (like the shoes and some of the jewelry) and many of the skirts look like they are really trousers with a flap of cloth hanging down in front. However, there are a couple of OK garments there.

I rather liked this dress:
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I have to say that the sleeve length does not really work to my eyes. I guess the sleeves could easily be rolled up for a more masculine look (and a more practical length for me) or they could be shortened fairly easily. Of course, whether I could get Carole to accept it might be a whole different kettle of fish.

I would also be interested to see some more pictures of this:
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Is it a skirt or a dress? As a skirt I'd rather like that for a change from solid colours without being too "patterny".

Sadly, I suspect that neither would be affordable in my budget or available in my (unfashionable) size.

Have fun,


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PS Both pictures are clickable for larger images.
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Re: Spring/Summer 2013 mens fashion by Rick Owens

Postby Stevie D » Tue Jul 24, 2012 12:15 am

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVkmd8QVw3E

The dress at 4' 52" is good. Probably the best of the collection. Don't particularly like the legwarmers and shoes, but it would go nicely with a pair of black ankle boots and black opaque hose/knee-highs.
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Re: Spring/Summer 2013 mens fashion by Rick Owens

Postby Hazy » Tue Jul 24, 2012 3:42 am

BobM wrote:My opinion? Absolutely horrid.


My opinion too. I can't see one item that I would wear with a smile. Sorry :|
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Re: Spring/Summer 2013 mens fashion by Rick Owens

Postby Uncle Al » Tue Jul 24, 2012 4:40 am

My opinion echos several already posted.

In one word.......HORRID :!:

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Re: Spring/Summer 2013 mens fashion by Rick Owens

Postby Joshinaskirt » Sun Feb 10, 2013 9:36 am

I like the hoody and skirt combo. It's a nice balance and something I'd wear a lot. I love the pattern, too, on that hoody and skirt! Love the bright yet neutral colors(tan, gray and white). :D
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Re: Spring/Summer 2013 mens fashion by Rick Owens

Postby Caultron » Sun Feb 10, 2013 4:31 pm

No doubt some of this is pretty extreme. I can't imagine where I'd wear most of it, except for techno/avant-garde night clubs, art shows, and society receptions. And I certainly don't move in those circles.

Then again, haute couture fashions aren't generally designed for everyday wear, and designers need to do something different than last year's ladies' off-the-rack. But at least Owens is keeping the men-in-skirts concept in the public eye.

I wonder how these designs are selling. Anybody know where to check that? I tried googling, "Rick Owens men skirt sales" but didn't get anything that looked like sales figures.
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