See the Burberry show live streamed here at 4 pm UK time (11 am east coast, 8 am west coast) today. I will try to wave if I see the camera, unless I will seem like a complete goofball.
Monthly Archives: September 2010
This is what I was wearing the last day of New York Fashion Week. Dress, bra and shades by Stella McCartney, belt from a small shop in Cannes, shoes by Vivienne Westwood and bag by Yvonne Koné. I’m in London at the moment and it’s my first time for fashion week here. It’s been a great experience so far, especially seeing Acne’s first show ever on Sunday. I will post the pictures as soon as I can.
This is Nadiia Shapoval and her cool cape. I love the little touch she added on the collar, it is pretty subtle but just right, and the outfit would look very different without it.
I’m talking about this dress! It’s one of my favorites. It really has it all! It’s white, lace, short in the front and longer in the back and ties at the waist. A dress by none other than the australian brand Lover. <3 I’m also wearing Shades by Stella McCartney, boots by Whyred, necklace by Thomas Sabo and my new sweet Mulberry Alexa bag in regular size.
Khaki green and grey is such a nice combo. And you can never go wrong with an analog camera in hand, it takes amazing pictures while also being a nice accessory.
This is Luz Pavon and her incredible hair! I love how she embraces her curls instead of blowdrying them into waves or straightening them. The cut is really well done, it’s kinda 80’s but still with a fresh feel of 2010. Her hair made my day, as did the Rodarte show, which I will come back to in another post.
I was lucky to enough to be asked by Vogue and CBS if I could co-host the webcast of Fashion’s Night Out ‘The Show’ at Lincoln Center with the one and only Andre Leon Talley, and of course I had to say yes. I had the most amazing time, and getting to know Andre was been a joyful experience. The lovely Meredith Melling Burke helped me pick out the perfect dress from THE closet at Vogue (!!!). Just being in there was pretty overwhelming but also a lot of fun. I tried on a number of dresses, but we both agreed that this was the one with the little extra oomph to it. And what more can I ask for when getting pastel blue, unusual cuts and areas to show a little skin in one dress? This dress checked all those boxes, so thank you, Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez. (For those of you that might not know, they are the geniuses behind Proenza Schouler.)
Leave it to Tom Ford to put together the perfect show for his first women’s wear line since 2004. Even the doormen were hot! The models were beautiful women that inspire him, among them Daria Werbowy, Natalia Vodionaova, Julianne Moore, Julia Restoin Roitfeld, Daphne Guinness and Amber Valetta to name a few. Sadly we will not be able to see the clothes until January as no one was allowed to take pictures. I kind of like the old school way of doing it, I love the anticipation.
My apologies, dear readers, for having the site down all day yesterday, I had some technical difficulties but it’s been sorted out. Thank you for being patient with me.
I love how Marina Munoz picks up the black with her little string belt.
My hero Anastasia Barbieri in her genius MMM suit. I love this color, but I’m not sure what to call it. Is it a nude/pink perhaps? New York Fashion Week has started, and it’s great. Lincoln Center is a good new home for it. But because it’s the first time in the new location everyone seems to be a little confused as to where everything is, but I’m sure it will all fall into place after a few seasons. Oh, and going to shows there feels like checking in at an airport with those self service machines, barcodes and all. Very futuristic.