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Shine on You Crazy Diamond
Remember when you were young, you shone like the sun.
Shine on you crazy diamond.
Now there’s a look in your eyes, like black holes in the sky.
Shine on you crazy diamond.
You were caught on the crossfire of childhood and stardom, blown on the steel breeze.
Come on you target for faraway laughter, come on you stranger, you legend, you martyr,
and shine!

You reached for the secret too soon, you cried for the moon.
Shine on you crazy diamond.
Threatened by shadows at night, and exposed in the light.
Shine on you crazy diamond.
Well you wore out your welcome with random precision, rode on the steel breeze.
Come on you raver, you seer of visions, come on you painter, you piper, you prisoner,
and shine!

Nobody knows where you are, how near or how far.
Shine on you crazy diamond.
Pile on many more layers and I’ll be joining you there.
Shine on you crazy diamond.
And we’ll bask in the shadow of yesterday’s triumph, and sail on the steel breeze.
Come on you boy child, you winner and loser, come on you miner for truth and delusion,
and shine!

~ Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Pink Floyd [in memory of Syd Barrett, ex band leader; left due to drugs... this was inspired by the dead look in his eyes - "like black holes in the sky" and his trancelike states at times, occasionally during performances.]

Everything You Need to Know About Stephen Colbert’s Camo Suit
Colbert live in Baghdad, sporting a camo Brooks Brothers suit. Ah, Colbert.


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Malgosia Bela // VOGUE Italia

Your lips move, but I can’t hear what you’re saying
When I was a child, I caught a fleeting glimpse
Out of the corner of my eye
I turned to look but it was gone
I cannot put my finger on it now
The child has grown, the dream is gone
I have become comfortably numb…
~ Comfortably Numb, Pink Floyd

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A real downer to start your week (sorry): Oliver Theyskens has officially left the building (the building being Nina Ricci). The official statement was that his exit was through “mutual consent”… all we can hope is that he goes ahead with his own line. Yippee! (Maybe.) He will be replaced by Peter Copping (of Louis Vuitton).

Random celeb news: MK Olsen’s finally ditched the boho-chic look in favour of a more sophisticated style. Key word: finally.

In Funny Fashion news, the auditions for ANTM in Manhattan on Saturday went very, very awry. You know, the one with all short people? Anyway, some bonehead yelled “It’s a bomb!” when a nearby car overheated, causing mass chaos… a veritable riot. 3 people were arrested for inciting a riot and 6 were transported to a hospital for minor injuries.
And yes, there’s video.

Obama news: He’ll be on The Tonight Show on Thursday. Will he be funny? “As funny as the times allow,” an official said. [NYT]

Amazing Closet: Claudia Schiffer. Not a walk-in, not a room, but a freaking helicopter hangar. Full of Chanel and Valentino and other couture jewels.

Claudia SchifferThe hangar (circled) on the property of her Elizabethan mansion in Suffolk.

Sheesh.

Read the full article here.

Alberta Ferretti’s Spring campaign featuring Kinga Rajzak, Mina Cvetkovic, and Viktoriya Sasonkina. Flappers, 20′s glam, all shot by Steven Meisel.

Alrighty. To close it out…
I got Bazaar today, and I think it’s safe to say it’s one of – if not the – most favourite issues ever. Featuring Gisele and 50 pages of Peter Lindbergh’s photography, it’s… !!!!!!!! Go buy it now if you haven’t.

(This is the cover, except in black & white, and sans photog equipment)

Great article as well.

~ r

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Ah, Paris. le ville d’amour et lume vrai. Et la temp meillure etre dans Paris est… le semain de mode!!!

Ah, Paris, the city of love and lights… and the best time to be in Paris is… fashion week!

We’ll start with Balenciaga

Drapes, sparkles, silk, all very Parisian; the line screamed sophistication and femininity rather than sci-fi-futuristic.

Balenciaga Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Draped silk skirt with a sparkly top.

Balenciaga Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Balenciaga Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Balenciaga Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Iris Strubegger.

Balenciaga Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Katy Fogarty. Sheer, sparkly, and shouldered.

Balenciaga Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Ali Stephens.

Ah, tres classique et chic. Ha ha, je ne sais pas pourquoi j’utilise beaucoup de francais aujourd’hui… c’est amuse. Aussi, j’apologise pour les errores grammatiques (?), parce que je ne sais pas tout les regles du grammarie.

Anyway.

BALMAIN
Short, tight bandage dresses; sparkles all about; a definite air of rock chic.

Balmain Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Anja Rubik.

Balmain Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Erin Wasson. (!)

Balmain Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Natasha Poly.

Balmain Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Anja Rubik.

Think I’ve gone over that already… do watch the video, though, c’est fantastique!

NINA RICCI
Again, another write-up from Style.com that I feel really does the collection justice:

“The show might have been his swan song at Nina Ricci, but Olivier Theyskens saw it through with a fierce, surreal poetry no one who witnessed it will forget. Vastly tall, his strong-shouldered women were walking, trancelike, on what looked like an impossibility: a laced-up platform ankle boot with a sickle-shaped hole at the back. No heels at all. Their clothes—everything from strangely flowing pants to incredibly cut suits to probably the best black leather jacket in Paris and evening dresses with swooping, furling skirts—were a tour de force. Between the strange atmosphere, the supersharp, almost Mugler-esque jackets, and the sculpted forms, it rounded up everything fashion-watchers have known Theyskens is capable of, and went even further.

“I was thinking of a nocturnal mood,” he said backstage, trying to explain how he’d orchestrated it. “Not nightclubbing at all. Something moonlit—a bit magical.” Oddly enough, it wasn’t melancholy and never lapsed into the costumey gothic mindset Theyskens once inhabited. Instead, the collection was a proud—if not exactly defiant—series of reminders of the chic, precise way he used to cut a jacket when he was running his own line, a flashback to the corseted lingerie he perfected at Rochas, and an underscoring of the genius he has applied to making grand event dresses during his tenure at Ricci. Backstage, Theyskens was gracious and smiling as he received sincere congratulations for an outing that showcased all his talents, offered many things for many women to wear for many occasions, and was thereby the most mature and salable collection he’s designed to date. Quite why he saved his best till last is a mystery, but Ricci’s management may just be kicking itself for letting him go.”

Nina Ricci Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Nina Ricci Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Karmen Pedaru. Boots!

Nina Ricci Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Nina Ricci Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Kendra Spears. Look! Batman! (Or something…)

Nina Ricci Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Sigrid Agren.

Nina Ricci Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Nina Ricci Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Kelvin. (IMG)

RICK OWENS started off, as predicted, on a notably dark note… but as the show progressed, the looks morphed into something lighter – “swans”, Owens said.

Rick Owens Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Heidi Mount.

Rick Owens Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Sasha Pivrovarova

Rick Owens Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Rick Owens Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Here we see the swan.

Rick Owens Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Ali Stephens.

Rick Owens Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Kinga Rajzak.

Now…

Proenza Schouler Fall 2009 boots on the street! [JAK&JIL]

Also from JAK&JIL, Hanne Gaby Odiele sporting a Rick owens 2004 curly-hair-lined freebie, like several other models.

J’attende en anticipation pour le reste de la semain! A demain!

~ r

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London Fashion Week – hellooooo!

TopShop Unique had a distinct 80′s-grunge-mix&match-y vibe to it, with all its layers, colours, pieces…. here, you look.

Topshop Unique Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Model: Karlie Kloss.
Love the huge – almost shawl-size – scarf in that, umm… not rosy, not cherry… well, that colour. Sort of berry? And, of course, shiny black leather leggings.

Topshop Unique Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Model: Kinga Rajzak
Crazy colours & patterns here. Great jumpsuit, though. Huh, this is a mix between 80′s and futuristic punk.

Topshop Unique Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Again, that 80′s/future punk mix: it has the bright purple, the leather, and the edginess, but it also has those quasi-Star-Trek shoulders… Needless to say, I love it!

Topshop Unique Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Something about this one… your eye is just drawn to it and follows a line from the head down. Love the metallic colourblocked pants.

Topshop Unique Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Model: Imogen Morris-Clarke
I just got a really bad craving for a very crisp quesodilla. Mmm.
Anyway, the look: another huge knit tablecloth scarf, leather pants, trench, hot pink gloves and – the finishing touch – hot pink shoelaces to match. Gotta love it.

Topshop Unique Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Ha ha, I think this is the closest thing to a dress that’s in this. The sheer top & hose are just subtley sexy enough to really complement the semi-metallic navy dress (looks like velvet or silk… I can’t even tell). And look, matching laces!

Topshop Unique Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

More blue velvet/silk and leather… but no matchy-matchy laces. Also, look at the bag – definitely a vintage look.

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Look at all the layers… love the trench, particularly in that subdued hue of grey. And is that a grey cotton jumpsuit underneath? Why yes it is.

Topshop Unique Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Ruffley, pale yellow skirt – quite girly, I’d say – but paired with patent leather leggings and a thoroughly destroyed jacket, it gives the general air of just being mauled by a rabid bear. (Can they be rabid?)
In a very chic way, of course.

Topshop Unique Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Oh look, a dress! Albeit a furry, ice-blue, rounded-shouldered dress with eclectic leather leggings and something metallic on her wrists. It’s a dress.
And I like it! The scarf is great too.

So yeah. A pretty wild line, obviously aimed for London’s (and the rest of the world now, lucky us!) hip.

Alrighty, moving on… but staying with the general theme of London funky punk edgy chic.
You know what I mean…
It’s Peter Jensen!

Although not quite so out-there and on-the-edge, his line definitely had an air of  funkiness to it; brights infused equally with neutrals, abstract crochet paired with calm wools and knits, and, well, weird with normal.

Peter Jensen Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Model: Elsa Sylvan
A basic black shift dress taken to another level when paired with intricately detailed white over-the-knee boots, blue scrunchy elbow-length gloves, and the finishing touch: electric blue tulle used oh-so-casually as a head wrap of some sort. Who doesn’t do that every day?

Peter Jensen Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Light blue crochet caplet with a grey dress with sheer arms with a… leather lunchbox?

Peter Jensen Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Peasant boho mixed with gypsy chic… sure.
I realize now I sound as though I don’t like these. I do. I just doubt their true wearability… individually, most of these pieces would be totally great; it’s just together, they make a sort of twisted fairytale look. Which is fine, too.
OK, I”m shutting up now.

Peter Jensen Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

So many layers! Plus, each layer is a separate style from the last, it seems… 60s boots, classic grey crop pants, some sort of lacy grey dress/skirt combo, and a hot pink ruffle cardi… all under a slouchy tall beanie. Can’t say I hate this; I really love a monochromatic ensemble with a really, really bright pop (hot pink, hello!)

Peter Jensen Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

To grandmother’s house we go… but is she an Eskimo? This may actually turn out to be my favourite piece from this collection…

Peter Jensen Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

I’m starting to love the totally eclectic mix of prints & obvious influences, all layered upon one central – often neutral & simle – piece.

Peter Jensen Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

…although not this much. This one goes a bit far: a plaid sundress with sheer black sleeves and a Russian-serf-style wrap?
On the bright side: I like the gloves.

Peter Jensen Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

You can really see the Native American/Aztec influences in this one, with all the beading… and on those boots throughout…

So yeah. PJ’s collection may have proven a bit too… eclectic for my taste, but I won’t say it was bad. Some people might like that style.
(If so, have at it!)

Moving on to a relatively safer area (at least pour moi), L’Wren Scott was excellent, I thought. Nothing too out there, but with a few pieces thrown in that really stood out. Very 40′s influenced. Classicly chic.

L'Wren Scott Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Ah, I love an oversize ostrich feather collar. And I like the shoes… although where have I seen them before… ah yes.

Ann Demeulemeester // Spring 2009

L'Wren Scott Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Gorgeous colour, hands down, especially on porcelain skin & red hair. Agh. Lately I’ve found myself wishing I could pull off the redhead look – Coco inspired, maybe? (Yes). Anyway, this look just screams 30′s & 40′s, although I doubt dresses then were quite so form-fitting.

L'Wren Scott Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Nice dress… but doesn’t she look grumpy?

L'Wren Scott Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Slightly Porenza Schouler-esque, doncha think? I like it, though; at first glance I though it was lace all over. Turns out it’s less sheer (…a bit…)

L'Wren Scott Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Love the collar & deep slit (sort of like an anti-plunge). Hmm. The more I look at this the more I like it – it just looks perfect: form fitting (very), and the sleeves mean it’s cold-weather suitable! (Well… you know.)

L'Wren Scott Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Model: Myf Shepard
Nothing special about this dress, but I love Myf’s hair colour.

L'Wren Scott Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Drama! it screams. I’m beautiful! Wear me! Stare at me!

L'Wren Scott Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Notice the little loopies edging the shoe? And the dark red gloves? Yeah. Love the jacket, needless to say – that length & cut is so great – and the pop of limey green to spruce the look up.

L'Wren Scott Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Double trouble! (Not sure what that’s about.) Nice high neckline & collar, and love the gloves.

L'Wren Scott Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

I think it’s safe to say that this brings a new meaning to “bandage dress”. It just looks very, very bandagey. (And my god – how skinny are these people?)

L'Wren Scott Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Sexy & sophisticated leather skirt and ruffle-collar blazer. (Although somehow I doubt you’d see this straddling a Harley…)

Mmm, love that line. Let’s see, who else is there… Jill Stuart? Sure.

Jill Stuart Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Nice dress, I like the shine, and hat… look at the shoes, people…

Jill Stuart Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Ruffles, ruffles everywhere!

Jill Stuart Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Love the skirt and jacket and all done in a creamy beige. (The hat reminds me slightly of Gucci, Spring 09)

Gucci Spring 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Gucci // Spring 2009. Model: Lily Donaldson

Eh, sort of. Moving on.

Jill Stuart Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

More black, more partially sheer tops (Porenza Schoulder, again!) Still just as great, though. These [sorts of pieces] will be/already are great for layering, especially with blazers…

Jill Stuart Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

More sheer, this time paired with tough black knee-highs.

Jill Stuart Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Asymmetric hem, gloves, & fedora. And the shoes.

Jill Stuart Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Fur + pale pink drapes + black knee-highs + ivory/cream layered skirt. I want this outfit. In loads of the shows, ruffled, tiered, layered, and otherwise volumized skirts have had a huge presence. Yay!

Jill Stuart Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

I’m in love!

Jill Stuart Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

It looks like a dress for a porcelain doll, or a little girl’s Easter dress; maybe even a nightgown. (Ha ha.)

Jill Stuart Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

All black (with the exception of the purple flower planted on the fedora), just barely sheer, ruffly, puffy skirt, black socks and purple heels. Subtle use of colours in an otherwise monochrome ensemble.

Jill Stuart Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

In my opinion, the perfect LBD. One-shouldered and ruffly… this dress has a presence all of its own.

Collection: despite it’s nearly all-over monochromacy (is that a word? It should be), Jill Stuart’s line pulled off sort of an airy Southern Belle fantasy look, bringing dreams of an eternal spring and summer world. (I would so love to be there right now… no such luck. We received no less than a foot of snow today, and I’ve been holed up in sweats. Agh. This weather, I swear…)

A few misc. looks from Lacoste:

Lacoste Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Grey suede jumpsuit, modeled by Chanel.

Lacoste Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Navy and black, always good… The girly tie at the neck offsets an otherwise very masculine (relatively speaking) look.

Lacoste Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Soft sweater, khaki crop pants, and such a beautiful suede blue boot…

Lacoste Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Great coat. Grey is everywhere this season.

Lacoste Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Ahh, love it! The hood adds a certain element of drama to this beautiful, wonderful, gorgeous almost grey white wool coat. Mmm, I just want to wrap myself up in it with hot chocolate and read a book. Although that would probably be disastrous, given the number of articles of clothing I’ve already ruined via chocolate in various forms…

Lacoste Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Classic trench+vest, with elastic cuffs at the ankles…?

Lacoste Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Dude, I would wear this. (Sans the shirt, I’d probably throw something sheer and lacy under it to… verify that I am, in fact, a girl.)

Alrighty, now I feel as though I’ve given a somewhat thorough coverage of… what, two shows? Three? Quel’que soit. Voici, notre look du jour:

Rodarte Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

From Rodarte // Fall 2009. This embodies a couple key trends: grey, thigh-high boots, gloves, structured shoulders on a fitted jacket, and a huge scarf to top it all off.

Ciao,

~ r

PS: Sorry for the ridiculously long post. This really is a long one.

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Everyone’s saying that MJ’s fall show was a  “nostalgic kiss to the past, to a city that doesn’t really exist anymore” (referring to NYC of old). And I’m inclined to agree: big shoulders, the neons popping out everywhere, 80′s crimped hair all hailed back to NYC’s golden age. Well, one of them.

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Love the pop of the yellow scarf against a charcoal-grey sweater… and the skirt is just… mmmmm. Oh, I’ve just noticed the gloves – yay gloves! That’s one thing I know I’m going to be buying a lot of, starting… well, now. Stock up for fall, ladies!

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Bold shoulders + neon gloves + disco skirt + fur coat = an eye-popping, signature MJ look.

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Love the skirt. Love. (The top’s not bad either!)  :P

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Ok, this is on my list of favourite dresses from Fall ’09. He’s taken an already asymmetric look – one-armed – and gone further with it by adding all the nips and layers to it; I love the pink peeping out! And those shoes need to be in my closet ASAP, por favor.

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Coat, shoes, neckline… as great as they all, they’re just tuned out by the HAIR. Can’t you just picture taking a hat off that model and the hair popping up with a WHOOSH and a FOOM sound? Yeah. I can.

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Love the [can't find an adjective to describe it] neckline on this goldy-mustard top.

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wearhttp://www.musicsnews.com/content_images/Alice%20Cooper%20jpg.jpgAlice Cooper

This is… very… interesting… I didn’t put this one on here because I like it (GASP!)(although the necklace is nice), but because at first glance I thought this was a weird-looking transvestite. I’m sure the model is pretty, but… I’m sorry. I thought of Marylin Manson when I say this. Or Alice Cooper. Or Kiss. See what I mean?

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Model: Kinga Rajzak
Love the necklace and the shape of the dress… for some reason, the gold just isn’t speaking to me. I don’t know why. It’s a weird feeling.

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Model: Jac
Love the coat and – from when I can see of it – the dress underneath. (The colour’s nice, at any rate.)

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Ha ha, I like this slightly Star-Trek-esque pale pinkish-nudey (technical terms, those) top, and the necklace. I like the hair/makeup look too.

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Wow. This is so MJ. It just is. Love the hair & the sunglasses.

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Sort of a dark & imposing, yet fashionble & chic, look… especially with that mile-high hair which I have just remembered looks exactly like some hair I put with a few gowns a couple months ago (my own designs). Freaky.

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Model: Chanel Iman
Love the dress & necklace, but look at the headpiece too – scrumptious! (….I dunno. *shrug*)

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

A tad late for Valentine’s day… I love this coat, though. Love.

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Semi-androgynous 80′s pimp? (But we all know I’d wear that blazer-ish-jacket-thing if I could get my hands on it. Ha ha, I’m smiling just thinking about it…)

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Model: Karlie Kloss
Love the yellow, but I also love all the geometric little cuts and the shape of this coat. Dress? Coat?

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Model: Elsa Sylvan
Just your average, run-of-the-mill floral bodysuit. With a lovely light blue coat. No biggie.

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Fierce was the first word that popped into my head. Confident, another. Anyone would have to be both to truly rock this bright purple coat & shades. Love it!

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Model: Yulia Kharlaponova
Slightly futuristic? Sure. Love the asymmetric hem on the jacket, and the gloves, and the shoes.

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Quasi-Egyptian headdress and hot pink leggings, not something you see every day.  Love the coat.

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Again, just so Marc Jacobs. Love.

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Model: Natasha Poly
This may possibly be the most normal (relatively speaking) piece in the whole collection… and yet it’s ruched, hot pink, and has slightly puffy shoulders. That says something about the rest, I think. Simply divine, dahling. Diiivine. (Ha ha, I don’t think I got enough sleep last night… I stayed up and watched 10 Things I Hate About You. LOVE that movie so much, and HL is so cute in it. Mmm. It’s so weird that he’s dead… *shudder*)

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Model: Jourdan Dunn
Mmm, purple! I like the ruching on this one particularly.

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Love the neckline.

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Love in general. The hair for this one looks a little different – curly? At any rate, I like it.

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

This colour seems to be popping up everywhere – I love it! And I like the neckline on this one, how it sort of seems to stand up separate from the rest of the dress.

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Shoulders! Major 80′s look here. I want that jacket.

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

My jaw actually dropped.

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

Love the skirt – the bubbly part of it as well as the pattern – and the neckline. That seems to be a big thing in this collection: interesting necklines.

Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear

!!!!!!!!!!!!! I’ve run out of ways to describe these, because I don’t just want to say “Oh, I love this!” for every single piece, even though it’s (pretty much) true.

Ok, so there you have it – Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 RTW. Preeeetty, I think we can all agree.

Look du jour:

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Kinga Rajuzak (left) at Anna Molinari // Fall 2007.

~ r

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