Burberry Prorsum Fall Winter 2013

Burberry Prorsum shows have a formula: some bold type of embellishment (this season it was eyelets on straps and stripes), a few really interesting daywear separates, and a crapload of trenches. Too many trenches. It wouldn’t surprise me that Burberry does most of their clothing business with trenches,… Continue Reading

68th Annual Golden Globes Red Carpet

Many celebrities on the Golden Globe red carpets appeared to have been inspired by old school glamour (maybe thanks to Tom Ford?), as we saw a lot of beautiful full length, bias or curve-hugging, long-sleeved gowns with mild 30’s inspiration.… Continue Reading

Fall Winter Advertising Campaigns

I had a good, thorough flip though the September issue of US Vogue over the weekend, and I was surprised to see how boring the advertising campaigns were. Firstly, Louis Vuitton was noticeably absent, which was very strange. And the… Continue Reading

Boring Evening Wear Gala

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit took place last night. You would think that in this day and age, there would be someone, at least ONE person, who was actually wearing something dramatically interesting on the red carpet,… Continue Reading

Top Ten Collections of Fall Winter 2010

WWD posted an article today entitled the Top Ten Collections of Fall 2010. Normally I’d say its too early to do something like this (or too late.) Either you do it straight after the shows, or you wait and see… Continue Reading

The F Word

I definitely think that North Americans are a little less generous than the British when it comes to using the F word. I agree its vulgar and rude, but at the same time, its effective and straight to the point.… Continue Reading

Top Ten Collections of Spring Summer 2010?

I have been a bit slow to react on this, but my inbox is overflowing at the moment. WWD posted an article on Monday entitled Top Ten Collections of Spring 2010. You can read it for yourself, but here is… Continue Reading