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Lucy Liu - 2012 Emmys

I bit my fist when I first saw this! PERFECTION!


I feel like London Fashion Week tends to reflect my own feelings on fashion best. It’s bold, playful, imaginative and full of unique colors and prints. 

My very favorite look at London Fashion week was this red and black look by Louise Gray. It pretty much sums up how I’d love to look everyday! The make up is great too. I may have to try a version of it myself. 

Holly Fulton’s show was another one of my favorites. The cool blues and the art deco swimmer print reminds me of a clip from a Busby Berkeley film. I also love the clear vinyl dresses adorned with 3-dimensional roses. I don’t know if it’s something I could rock, but I’d be happy to see someone wearing it!

Mary Katrantzou’s collection is sort of a no brainer for me. The effortless shapes, prints and colors are all elements that make my perfect outfit!


“Dean and Dan Caten channeled an influential Peter Lindbergh Vogue shoot circa 1990 on their Spring runway. You know the one—Naomi, Cindy, Linda, et al. vamping in motorcycle leather and miniskirts. The biker hats, the pearls and gold chains, the super-leggy silhouette—the look is so up the Catens’ street, it’s almost a surprise they haven’t been here before.

Cartier and Chanel presumably won’t be thrilled that the Dsquared² boys have lifted their ultra-recognizable logo typefaces for T-shirts emblazoned with their last name. And those quilted Coco-isms might prove problematic for them as well. But other than those instances, the runway was loaded with bankable merchandise of the kind that Dsquared² specializes in: shrunken leather jackets, even shrunken-er denim shorts with cheeky lace insets, an LBD with corset detailing, cropped schoolboy blazers, and a leopard-print party dress topped by bondage straps with hearts in place of O rings. All in all, a fun, sexy ride.”

(via style)


Versus Hooded Shearling Coat


Aymeline Valade by Patrick Demarchelier for Vogue Japan, November 2012



Roberto Cavalli’s SS13 collection is powerful and hyper-feminine to say the least. The 43 piece medley was designed around the idea of trying to frame the body of a woman in 43 different ways. We got the usual floating silks and lace creation that created a nice ethereal ambiance about the collection with pops of neon orange and green thrown into the mix. Super sensual and super hypnotic - A+!