Balmain Fall Winter 2013 Wishlist4th June 2013
Dreams Came True – After a disappointing start of the year with Balmain Spring Summer 2013, I am finally convinced to start spending on Balmain again. Yes, I got off empty handed without purchasing any Balmain from Spring Summer 2013, the amount that I have not sacrifice to spend has saved me more funds in my bank account.
Olivier Rousteing has proved his strength once again in his second Fall Winter Men’s collection just as good as his first Fall Winter 2012, I always wonder why the current Balmain Spring Summer 2013 sucks. There is so much more that could be done with the amount of resources than to oversupply the market with countless varieties of styles which possesses lack of characteristics and comes in unfavourable colours, it is as though they had no direction of what they were doing and decide to do a little market testing.
Fortunately the nightmare is over, just right after looking at Luisa Via Roma’s Balmain Fall Winter 2013 released today for global pre-order is one damn tasty collection. This collection is by far better than the Balmain Spring Summer 2013, the way LUISAVIAROMA.com visual merchandised the styles provides a reverential presepective of how well Rousteing has execute the entire collection. As we discussed earlier last month about Balmain Men’s Fall Winter 2013 Collection, there will be a raise in pricing, so it seems our intelligence were true and the Balmain 18cm Destroyed Biker Denim Jeans estimated even slightly more than we predicted at $2,518. Probably the highest priced Balmain Destroyed Biker Jeans I have ever seen to date in the men’s collection. But seriously, is it really worth spending $2,518 on a pair of destroyed jeans (*hint hint – this style will fade and be outdated sooner than you think)? Nonetheless, the ever popular Balmain Black Waxed Biker Jeans has rebound from Spring Summer 2012, this time with a little distressed and washed detailing – this is deem to be one popular biker.
My Balmain Fall Winter 2013 Collection Wishlist at LUISAVIAROMA