Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Mind the Gap

I took the “liberty” (haha I’m so clever) to put together my fave shows so far from London Fall 2010.

Richard Nicoll knows what to do with Velvet. Alexander Wang should take a tip from him.

Julien Macdonald made a chunky knit look so feminine. I’m dying for that sweater.

It’s all about the minimal details in Marios Schwab’s collection. Beautifully crafted.

All I want from Burberry are coats. One after the other, they just kept coming. It was magnificent.

All in all, Fashion week has been kind of a drab. Of course there are things I want in my closet, but I don’t feel all tingly and giddy like usual. Most of the shows I was most excited to see left me disappointed (cough, cough, Vena Cava, Alexander Wang). We still have Milan and Paris to come so I’m crossing my body in hopes of something that will take my breath away.

(Cough, Cough, Christopher Kane)


Friday, February 19, 2010

Who's that Lady?

I Love the Proenza girl. And of course Lazaro and Jack never fail to give their audience what they want. Fall 2010 did just that. Overall the collection was fun, the colors were great for fall and the silhouettes suited the season, but does the smell of surf SS10 lurk under anyone’s nose? Don’t get me wrong, I’d buy some of these investment pieces in a second, but I think they stayed in their successful comfort zone from last September. The shoes were hot despite the height liability. Spring 2010 was such an excitement that I expected something brand new for fall.

Where’s the surprise in recycled fabric?

Much Love Boys, but I’m ready for LONDON FASHION WEEK.


Tuesday, February 16, 2010

YeeHaw Chic...Turquoise Not Included

I'm originally from Texas. I hate it.

But I Love this.
Derek Lam did good.
I guess Asians are the one's who make country look appealing.

Blue Moon

The music, the candles, the black light, the Kirkwoods, and most importantly, the entire Rodarte collection was too exquisite for words. It had an angelic beauty, combined with their distressed signature. It was a fantasy filled with Pasadena brides and eerie Burtonesque elements.

I’m truly overwhelmed.


In Your Face

God, I Love Fashion Week.


It's not about Fashion, it's about Style

You could call the Marc Jacobs collection a team effort, combined with Marc of course and Robert Duffy, President of Marc Jacobs. It was about the clothes and not the celebrities; something Jacobs had taken advantage of. Marc Jacobs is my favorite so far of the Fall 2010 season.

Bravo my fellow Jew.
You are an artist.

Monday, February 15, 2010

Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Marc Jacobs Show was so so chic.

More Later, Homework Time.


Sunday, February 14, 2010


Here's a a little peek backstage at the Peter Som Show

The Shoes were to die for! My favorite thing in the whole collection!

Who stole the cookie from CookieMonster?

I could do without this outfit.

Pout Competition!

Stylist Havana Laffitte did a great job putting together the looks. Peter Som on the otherhand says his inspiration comes from the New York women who wants to have a little fun.
Did he mean fun on the sidewalk looking for prospects?


If You Wanna be My Lover

Happy Valentines Day!

Friday, February 12, 2010

Preen by Thornton Bregazzi

A Little behind the Scenes at Preen.
So Beautiful.
I'll show my faves once Style.com puts up their fabulous pictures.

Love Thornton Bregazzi


McQueen Always King

Artistic Genius and my wedding dress designer.

R.I.P. Alexander McQueen.
Tribute by blogger Danny Roberts