For a designer with his level of skill, this collection was a step backward. Even if you can spot this transplanted Canadian’s knack for tailoring, the overall impression was a denim line with some unfortunate dip-dye techniques that made ruffled shirt collars and some suits look like they were stained in blood. Operating in the Gothic fashion sphere, Taralis paid homage to Eighties neo-romantic rock bands with dandy-like frock coats. While some silk dress had a sensual flow, it was all too literal to feel up to date.

For a designer with his level of skill, this collection was a step backward. Even if you can spot this transplanted Canadian’s knack for tailoring, the overall impression was a denim line with some unfortunate dip-dye techniques that made ruffled shirt collars and some suits look like they were stained in blood. Operating in the Gothic fashion sphere, Taralis paid homage to Eighties neo-romantic rock bands with dandy-like frock coats. While some silk dress had a sensual flow, it was all too literal to feel up to date.

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