Sequence cardigan for men is one of those things that you want really bad, but then you realize that it's not suitable to wear in the streets. Of course, it looks dashing on the model but I think it's quite hard to pull off as a day wear. I'm sure some guys might wear this, but in reality how many of them are there?
Perhaps it would be more wearable if Karl added some part with sequence like a pocket or some piping instead of covering the entire cardigan? Yes, no?
Vogue Hommes International, Spring 2007
Wednesday, March 28, 2007
This look stands out from all the usual turban interpretations. You know, the jewel-like, rich bright color, satin feel and shine combo that people use when wearing a turban.
So here we have the dark turban. Moody, very noir. I like this a lot. Don't you?
I wish Calvin Klein stays to their original concepts in advertising--clean and minimal. I suppose they are trying to target the younger crowd by making Natalia an American Apparel model/girl. Isn't the reference little bit too obvious here?
Tuesday, March 27, 2007
With the constant suffocation of futuristic clothing around us, we might soon forget about about the beauty of carefree bohemia. Just like that shirt above--wide v-neck, which falls loosely. Besides the fact that the rest of the look is not exactly bohemian, that shirt is very much so. It stroke me to think that what a nice change it is from the sharp edges we've been seeing around that were obviously inspired by robots and anything technologic. Also, we are humans after all...
Numero Homme, Spring 2007
Monday, March 26, 2007
Considering the fact how bad many people get dressed for the gym, this eidtorial with one of my favorite models ever, Malgosia, reminds me to speak up on this little issue. I know that it's just the gym and you are going to end up sweating, but do people really need to wear jeans when they work out? Or still wear Converse with holes when one does push ups or is on the treadmill? I especially don't understand when gay men wear camouflage shorts to the gym? Does it make them look more stronger or tougher? It beats me.
Is it hard to stick with a simple, white tee and shorts? I suppose it is.
Vogue Paris, April 2007
Kate...Oh, Kate what have you done to us? All those Calvin Klein ads with her "innocent" almond shaped eyes, that waif back and the typical 90's long, Jennie-Ghart-Beverly Hills looking hair...All of that have contributed for me to forget Iselin's beauty and get reminded of the good old days when I was crazy about the Spice Girls, My So-Called Life, Fugees and aimlessly riding my bike...*sigh...Iselin Steiro is without question stunning, but here she just reminds me of Kate, no?
Paris Vogue, April 2007
Thursday, March 22, 2007
Vanessa Traina takes an exciting turn on the Prada turban. Instead of going with the typical satin ensamble, this chic chic girl pares it with a vintage printed Balmain dress. Her lips are another big part of the look and that loose hair, which falls on her shoulders. More turbans! Let's see how many variations people will come up with.
I am having trouble with YouTube. When I upload a video and then go to write something about it, the video is gone. I've tried it couple of times, and I have no idea what to do. Even if I change the title, the video is gone as soon as I enter some text. Suggestions? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you and you're the best!!!
Wednesday, March 21, 2007
This is an image that has been in mind for the longest time since I saw it couple of weeks ago. Carolyn's calming stare, slighlty pouted lips and tossled/wind-blown hair is just an utter perfection. More Carolyn please!!!