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I need a new winter coat but I am confused were to buy. I can buy a rockers coat at Céline soon if I wait for the Hedi Slimane designs, but maybe it will be better to buy a Burberry chique simple coat designed by Phoebe Philo, if she is going to accept to be the next designer for the house.. I can of course wait for a new designer at the house of Chanel if one day Lagerfeld will stop, but then I will need to wait another few years. I am not sure buying a coat at Vêtement or Balenciaga as both labels are destroying the coat, hanging dresses on top of it or attached in the back. Maybe I can wait till Balenciaga becomes again the chique label, on day, designed by….who knows? But what if I buy a Max Mara coat…they have a new designer and the garments look nice at the show. Jil Sander was a bit boring recently but the new coppel designers Luke and Lucie Meyer are making it hype again. Céline revisited? Indeed, maybe I will buy my coat at Jil Sander. But how modern will it be? Is Yohji Yamamoto not my style or do a buy a replica of Maison Martin Margiela? No, way, I was wearing the real one and a replica is not my cup of tea. Dior is too expensive, but has a beautiful cut. Above all I am confused about resort, winter, summer. I have to buy summer know as its in the shops, and pre-winter is not yet on the catwalks, or is it? I can buy in sales or shall I buy on-line? I never bought on-line, because I don’t like to send the package back if its not my fit. Tomorrow I am in London and will visit the Dover Street Market shop. Do they have fashion or do they only sell sneakers and t-shirts? I guess they have the labels mentioned above, but shall I buy a coat when all the summer collections are delivered? Givenchy, I never bought at the house and don’t know the designer, but does it matters, they have nice coats. It is a woman designer, I believe. I checked on Internet and it is Clare Waight Keller interested in tailoring! Super, but the coat I saw is a Haute Couture style and for sure expensive. I am confused…



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