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The Top Ten

In Fall/Winter 2010, Tastemaker on May 14, 2010 at 12:13 am

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.

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Here’s what else is up.

In Tastemaker on April 3, 2010 at 1:27 am

Clothes are and always will be a passion of mine–but in the end it all sort of comes down to beauty alone, doesn’t it?

Instead of trying to, uh, “eloquently” edge my way into this–I’ll just say it:

I love models.

It’s almost a bit sappy…how much reference and inspiration I can glean from a face alone.

I don’t know what it is…this attraction to the fashion industry, for me, is an attraction to a realm where beauty and the visually-striking reign supreme–a place where pictures and images do literally entail 1,000 words.

I’m gay as they come–but gahhhd, women are beautiful.

I’ve compiled a list of my favorite working models. Something I’ll continue to do with this blog is cover new and up-and-coming faces.

My favorites…under the cut.

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Here’s what’s up.

In Tastemaker on November 28, 2009 at 5:06 pm

Alright. So here we are.

This is scary!

Alright. Cool. Hey.

I think first and foremost I should maybe just draw up a little blueprint…of my taste? That sounds weird. Something like that–what I’m into, fashion-wise.

Looks, outfits, shapes, colors…this is it, kids.

Judge softly…under the cut.

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