Calvin Klein Spring 2011 | Milan Fashion Week

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Caught somewhere in between the classic Calvin Klein image and a longing for a standout look for the season, the latest range from the label gets lost in a sea of awkward cuts, unflattering fabrics and a wide spectrum of color. Running away from the typical tailored suit and opting for sportswear numbers with the dial turned up, the drama factor outweighs the practical in a collection that may make a splash with stylists, but is likely to find a difficult footing with even the more adventurous of style aficionados.


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15 Responses to “Calvin Klein Spring 2011 | Milan Fashion Week”

  1. They need to get it together. This collection looks like 80s style pajamas/tracksuits.

  2. They need to get it together. This collection looks like 80s style pajamas/tracksuits.

  3. They need to get it together. This collection looks like 80s style pajamas/tracksuits.

  4. They need to get it together. This collection looks like 80s style pajamas/tracksuits.

  5. They need to get it together. This collection looks like 80s style pajamas/tracksuits.

  6. Michael

    Feels Stale and boring to me Calvin Klein needs to bring in some fresh talent to there house or something…..i understand they always go for simple and such ……but fashion is about forward thinking and this and a lot of the collections are stuck in the past its like watching a re-run of a show from the different decade that had its moment and it passed a long time ago….and it plays over and over again . *Yawn*

  7. Michael

    Feels Stale and boring to me Calvin Klein needs to bring in some fresh talent to there house or something…..i understand they always go for simple and such ……but fashion is about forward thinking and this and a lot of the collections are stuck in the past its like watching a re-run of a show from the different decade that had its moment and it passed a long time ago….and it plays over and over again . *Yawn*

  8. I actually liked this collection, but the reason I’m actually here is because I’m going through the tedious task of trying to ID the entire line up and couldn’t help but notice that I think you miss IDed someone. You have Nate Gill but I can’t seem to find him in the images. I think you mistook Sacha M’Baye for him.

  9. I actually liked this collection, but the reason I’m actually here is because I’m going through the tedious task of trying to ID the entire line up and couldn’t help but notice that I think you miss IDed someone. You have Nate Gill but I can’t seem to find him in the images. I think you mistook Sacha M’Baye for him.