Once Upon a Time, we witnessed the appearance of Star Wars characters on not one, but two runways and eagerly wondered if there would be a third. Why? Because the unofficial rule of fashion is that three makes it a trend. And while Paris fashion week has only just begun, in an interesting twist designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli may have already delivered on the real trend here. No, it’s not a Star Wars collection, but much like Disney had approached the designers of Preen for collaboration, it looks like Mickey’s Marketing Team had their hand in the hig-end pot once more (<—interpret that as you will). The result: The Ultimate Snow White Collection for the modern urban princess.
Our Happy Meal came with a Spongebob toy…. and… beer?!?!
Anyone familiar with the Moschino brand knows of it’s reputation for being subversive. It’s also no secret that Jeremy Scott shares that same humor with the house’s late founder. The difference however is in execution. One of my favorite things about the Moschino label has always been it’s ability to be fun, silly, quirky… while still maintaining a lady-like charm. There’s always been a sweet and sexy feminine sensibility to the clothing that served as the perfect counterpoint to the occasionally over the top humor. It was whimsical. It was Disney princess funny. Continue reading →
Season after season The Blonds are out to prove that they have more fun. And we are ever so grateful they take us along for the ride.
Remember last year’s Spring show, when the design duo drew inspiration from several iconic “Blonds” spanning all of time and space? Tinkerbell, Barbarella, Tweety, C3P0?
Well this time, they got all the material they needed from another widely recognizable blonde. Theworld’s sexiest most legendary crazy cat lady: Michelle Pfeiffer as Selina Kyle. That’s right: CATWOMAN!
left: RODARTE at New York Fashion Week. Right: PREEN at London Fashion Week**
EPISODE I : Childhood Nostalgia in New York
The Mulleavy sisters wear their geek pride on their sleeves, and want us to wear it too. The chic “sci-fi freaks” who brought us their ode to LARPing* (yes, that happened) took us on a trip to a galaxy far, far away. And oh, did we travel in style! Continue reading →