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We’ve seen crop tops before but the Spring 2012 collections showed them a bit differently: many that were more like bra tops (Dolce and Gabbana) or bandeaus (Prada) and definitely worn with something high waisted. This girl is so on trend it’s sick. And yet she really seems to have made this hard to pull off look her own instead of just copying the runway.
It’s always fun to see what everyone’s favorite gatekeeper Markus Kelleman is wearing. This is literally an explosion of ruching! But I do love these muppet inspired furs. Seriously. And the blonde brows. I have been considering doing this myself, except mine are hidden beneath bangs so it kind of loses the punch.
Her whole look is clean and simple –without any jewelry and a simple clutch bag. I think she has an interesting look but I’m not entirely convinced by the hat…or maybe it’s a trend I’ve seen too much lately. What do you think of the hat? The look altogether?
Gala Darling is a blogger that seems to be a bit controversial: people think she’s a blogger’s best friend who gives business advice on making a living from a blog or a rich girl living off of a trust fund who pretends to make a living…I neither know nor care (although the fact she took off commenting does give me pause). In any case before I knew much about any of that I took this photo. And anyone who knows me well knows I am almost magnetically drawn to hot pink…even though I never wear it myself! So it’s good to have a little out there in the world! And if you have a more informed opinion of Ms. Darling feel free to comment below!
Technically the hood is black but it’s the red that is popping here. And her super blue eyes. Which just proves simplicity can be simply eye-catching.
If they made a new Star Wars movie and Rick Owens was the costume designer maybe the end result would be something like this.
Feathers were EVERYWHERE. Whether it was the influence of Rodarte or the Black Swan je ne sais pas de tout, but let me tell you that literally every show had someone showing their own twist to the feather trend. I have to say that I think jackets in general were more successful than skirts. The skirts tended to be short and unless the wearer was very tall and thin the look was less than flattering. (hence no photos!)