Tuesday, November 30, 2010
I never knew that grey can be so refreshing. I love this collection and the sudden shifts in fabric and cuts. It's like a nice surprise. I love the vest and the basket weave pants and the bag as well. I also like that one shirt that totally looks normal but is all lace in the back but didn't care much for the pants with the tail. I love the sensuality of each piece that I think the line is pretty much known for. Who said that grey can't be lively?
Sunday, November 28, 2010
Moo photographed Brendan Ruck for an editorial for the magazine, Argyle, entitled Local Warming. Outfitted with some pieces from D&G to Z Zegna. I love that they featured some great scarves with the wool and cashmere suits, especially
after some ugly guy at the mall commented on me wearing a scarf . . . but digress. Also decided to post this a day earlier so I can go back to my regular schedule.
Saturday, November 27, 2010
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
One of the top male models, Noah Mills, was photographed for this editorial for GQ France by the well renowned photographer Barnaby Roper. The editorial was styled by James Sleaford with looks from Hugo Boss, Giorgio Armani, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Sandro. I love the coat Noah was wearing on that photo when he was carrying the big radio over his shoulder
because I own it, ha ha!
Sunday, November 21, 2010
This Editorial appeared on both L'Officiel Homme Paris and China. Showcasing one of this season's trend, The Camel (the color, duh). Bo Ackerson appeared on this very sensual editorial photographed by Milan Vukmirovic, donning pieces from the collection such as Gucci, Dolce&Gabbana, Burberry Prorsum, and Prada. It was interesting to see the same pictorial and how it was edited for both Paris and China market.
Saturday, November 20, 2010
|THE MANNEQUIN IS MOCKING ME!|
courtesy of Thomas Eagle
|GUY TAKING DOWN NAMES|
AND BEING FOLLOWED
BY THE LATE COMERS
So feeling slightly defeated I left the store to have breakfast with my mon ami. Only to receive a phone call from Thomas 20 minutes later informing me that, in his possession were three different Bowties, The red, the blue, and the leopard print and asked if I want one of them. **Oh JOY** I told him, I'll be there in a second. So, I wolfed down my sunny side ups, bacon, and sausage, paid and briskly walked back to the direction of H&M. So I called back Thomas to confirm that he still has the bowties only to inform me that he gave it away literally 2 seconds ago. Am I bitter? No. Like I always say, all is fair in love and fashion. If somebody spent more than 6 hours in the rain, they deserve to have a piece of Lanvin.