September 2022 Sales (LATEST)
Sean Barron is at it again with referencing fashions from past decades. Continuing his new labeling initiative from Pre-Fall 2019, his new Fall 2019 collection for Re/Done now takes into account leather jackets, wool suits, and more! But do they make the line interesting? We’d answer that with a resounding no! What might have been novel and cute for pre-fall is totally unacceptable for fall, especially since it’s basically the same idea. At the very least, their pre-fall offering had a few crafty touches to make it more interesting. Here, a 70s jacket here, a 90s skirt there, and a 00’s suit with a few tweaks just don’t cut it! In fact, if these are all that Re/Done is offering customers this season, they should have just created a guide on how to raid your parents’ closets and styling them to look like their latest line. This is such a lazy approach to fashion that it’s almost offensive. There’s no originality, no creativity, and what’s worse, they’re working off on styles jumpstarted and revolutionized by other more established labels. If Re/Done is more focused on bringing back the past than offering something new, maybe it’s better they stay in the past in the next coming season!
Photo: Jean-Baptiste Talbourdet-Napoleone/ Courtesy of Re/Done