The following image is from an editorial by Mikael Jansson in this month’s issue of Interview magazine. There are more under the cut. How do they make you feel…?
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Hey, hi–like, sup.
I’ve been too, too, too busy lately–but I have some great posts in development to be completed in the near, NEAR future.
Anyway, I was getting way too into some blaring iPod techno while walking home from my friend’s house in broad daylight the other day when I thought of a fun, possibly recurring kind of post for this little blog of mine:
A runway image–and some music to go with it.
THAT’S IT. UH HUH. THAT’S REALLY JUST IT. EVERYONE WINS…MORE UNDER THE CUT! Read the rest of this entry »
Okay, enough with the introductory posts.
Let’s get down to business, OKAY!?
The shows for Fall/Winter 2010 wrapped two months ago, and they were, I think, some of the most promising in seasons.
The mood, I felt, was less about pushing boundaries and more about working well within them.
The designers that succeeded did so because they played up their strengths and forewent gimmicks. This was no time to be reinventing the wheel.
Pre-recession, I feel like the question hovering above the industry was “What does fashion need?”
Fall/Winter 2010 marks a triumphant return to “What do women want?”
My top ten favorite collections of the season, yes, in order…under the cut.