Paris Fashion Week | Rick Owens Fall 2010

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Published January 22, 2010

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Updated January 16, 2015

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The mention of Rick Owens may evoke images of the edgy rebel clad in head-to-toe black, but without apparent effort, the designer creates a chic vision for fall. Minimal and unaffected under constraint, Owens turns to clay tones for a wide spectrum of soft yet masculine looks. While funnel collars come in all shapes and sizes, Owens’ earthy layering looks to texture and winged shapes for purpose. Building off of a fall wardrobe that is not afraid to bare arms, the collection takes special aim at tanks and sleeveless knits, before rounding off the season with boots dressed in a daring reptile print.

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20 thoughts on “Paris Fashion Week | Rick Owens Fall 2010”

  1. it really goes to show you how much these houses are in survival mode when even mr. owens is showing pieces that look like they could have come out of armani.

  2. it really goes to show you how much these houses are in survival mode when even mr. owens is showing pieces that look like they could have come out of armani.

  3. well the clothes are ok, pretty owens style but WTF these models? i couldnt even pay the right attention to the clothes…

  4. well the clothes are ok, pretty owens style but WTF these models? i couldnt even pay the right attention to the clothes…

  5. I like this collection, and not just because Paul Boche is walking it.

    I was prepared to find it drab and boring, but it has a sort of post-apocalyptic feel with the earth tones and animal skins. I like the little splashes of metallic fabrics as well. I can take or leave those snakeskin boots, they do add some splash to some of the more somber outfits. I'm loving the croco-skin ones. And that jacket.

  6. I like this collection, and not just because Paul Boche is walking it.

    I was prepared to find it drab and boring, but it has a sort of post-apocalyptic feel with the earth tones and animal skins. I like the little splashes of metallic fabrics as well. I can take or leave those snakeskin boots, they do add some splash to some of the more somber outfits. I'm loving the croco-skin ones. And that jacket.

  7. I was expecting something a little more monochromatic and shapeless too, but I am so pleasantly surprised! Not that I ever disliked the black-on-black!

    I'm loving the crisp, clean lines and the precision cutting.

  8. I was expecting something a little more monochromatic and shapeless too, but I am so pleasantly surprised! Not that I ever disliked the black-on-black!

    I'm loving the crisp, clean lines and the precision cutting.

  9. disappointing to say the least. instead of looking forward he's loosing the edge / cool. other designers ,influenced by him, are carrying his original vision forward better. this collection is too 'reactionary' to others work thus loosing his own design identity.

  10. disappointing to say the least. instead of looking forward he's loosing the edge / cool. other designers ,influenced by him, are carrying his original vision forward better. this collection is too 'reactionary' to others work thus loosing his own design identity.

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