Monday, November 3, 2008

Viktor and Rolf







The last dress totally reminds me of some plates I saw in Neruda's house of black and white girls coming out of seashells. When I first saw this collection, I was like, NO. And then after browsing through several lackluster collections, I was like, thank you, yes! And remember my earlier rant about style.com wanting solely mainstream easytowear fashion? And remember how I told you to go to British Vogue instead? Well look:
"Of the more wearable pieces – and it's not that we wouldn't want to wear the aforementioned, it's just the practicality of daily life may beg to differ...." says BV about V&R.
No mention of front row girls, thank god, just good ol' tongue in cheek. That is more like it.

OH! And PS: Alabama Chanin is coming to San Francisco!!!
Nov. 5 there is a lecture at CCA.
Friday there's an all day trunk show and Saturday there's a book signing!

Go here for the details.

2 comments:

susank said...

My thoughts exactly. Fashion should should be about ideas. The rest of us can wear the boring tshirts and jeans, but someone needs to dream up new ideas! I love those shoes and matching tights. Love! A black & white woodgrain version would be so perfect.

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