29 June 2010

O. M. M.

That's short for Oh My Marc! If there was any doubt in anyone's mind (though I don't know how that is remotely possible) that Marc Jacobs is not an absolute master of his craft, then the Louis Vuitton F/W 2010 ad campaign will put that straight to rest.

This one ad campaign essentially captures absolutely every detail I love about fashion PLUS (girl crush) the exquisite Karen Elson, Christy Turlington, and Natalia Vodianova shot by Steven Meisel...well they rock it like no one else could.


And people wonder why I call him "My Heaven Known as Marc Jacobs..."

26 June 2010


yes, yes I would like some Prada Chandelier shoes, thank you!

20 June 2010

Final Resort 2011 Review

Remember when I said that Marc Jacob's Resort 2011 Collection was my favorite? Well, I might be torn...ever so slightly. Stella McCartney is a close second if not a definitive tie. Her collection was a breathtaking, beautiful, tailored mixture of patisserie colors, garden motifs, and sugary confections. Every piece so slim and exact, leaving no room for a pouf or anything frou-frou...mind you, I usually love the frou-frou but there is something so clean about her design that it's quite seducing.

My other tops from this final round of review are Yves Saint Laurent (love the colors), Zac Posen (which showed like a fairy tale dream),Rag + Bone (who I want to wear every day) and Versace (the color palette and shoes at Versace were wearing me out!). I also loved Reem Acra because, well, I'm female and I love the dreaminess of an evening gown, but also because it felt like a Pre-Raphaelite painting, an Egyptian goddess, a Maxfield Parrish and a Roman Empress come to life. So basically full on romanticism.

I also really loved Preen, Proenza Schouler and Rachel Roy. But then I had affection for all of these for very different reasons...

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Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney

Zac Posen

Yves Saint Laurent

Yigal Azrouel
The shape of this pant is oh so very popular

Oh, the shoes...!!!

Vera Wang
A different twist on the shape of that pant

Vena Cava

Tory Burch
The aesthetic of TB is usually not my own,
but I like the Indian inspiration and layering!

The Row
I'm still adjusting to the Olsen's minimalist design approach

Described as "a Parisian in Africa"

The jumpsuit is here to stay (at least for awhile)
I like the playful take on Suno's

Sonia Rykiel
French nostalgia. Does it get any better?

Roksanda Ilincic
Modern draping with vintage detail
Tres chic!

Richard Nicoll

Richard Chai Love

Reem Acra

Reed Krakoff
If I'm going to wear leather,
I'll take it buttery please

Rag + Bone
The boots, the colors, the cuts...want
Want it bad

Rachel Roy
Adore, adore, adore
The orange trouser is divine!

Proenza Schouler
This entire collection was exquisitely done


Ports 1961
Loving the fall on the blue sheath

Peter Jensen
A Peter Jensen show is like watching a kids book come to life
Look past the distraction and the pieces are impeccable

That's it until fall as far as collections go! And given this humidity, I'll take fall tomorrow, please, with a pumpkin on top.


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19 June 2010

Resort 2011, Round 2

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Marc Jacobs

Marc Jacobs
My absolute favorite collection from Resort 2011. I know, quel shock.

Elie Tahari

Oscar de la Renta
I think he covered about every era of dress I swoon for in these 4 frocks.

Nina Ricci
Gorgeous gets its on place.

Nina Ricci

Naeem Khan

Michael Angel

Max Azria

Marc by Marc Jacobs


Monique Lhuillier

Louis Vuitton

Triple swoon...

Michael Kors
I am such a sucker for ombre, esp. in these colors

Juan Carlos Obando

Jonathan Saunders
I would like all 3, yes, please.

Isaac Mizrahi

Haider Ackermann

Um, Gucci?

I heart you, Erdem, to infinity and beyond.

Barbara Tfank

Final round tomorrow, my pets!

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