i promise

i received this email today:

dear our obsessions of all obsessions addicted,

stuff white people like freaking hilarious! nirvana baby grown up is a hottie, can you hook it up? down to the real business, me and 2 other girls in my sorority made the jumper you posted and we are obsessed! we are writing you because we want you to do more diy projects! please! its cold here at the university of michigan and we are bored!


my reply to you obsessed reader:

dear reader,

i went to your rival school but will like you anyway because you read my blog! kidding. so happy the jumpers turned out cute. send me pictures and ill post them on my blog! i promise you that this weekend ill work on a diy that i can post.



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viktor & rolf make a fashion statement, literally.

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no. dream on. wow. dream.

these were the four words/phrases that were featured in the viktor & rolf collection during paris fashion week. every piece that they walked had these words somehow incorporated into their design, if a word wasn’t written in the actual fabric itself, it was written on the models’ faces.

i guess the inention is so that you ask why? what does this mean? the whole interpretaion of art hoopla. are they fighting eating disorders? mocking all of us? is this a say no to drugs campaign in conjunction with the colette exhibit? no to war? no this is not a joke we really are walking this down the runways? is the “WoW,” across the chest fur coat taking a stab at P.E.T.A. ? dream on, you can never afford this? are they just trying to be ironic? expecting something genius behind these clearly “runway only” pieces, unless you are agyness deyn, this was the reasoning:

“we love fashion, but it’s going so fast. we wanted to say ‘no’ this season.” – viktor horsting and rolf

ya, that didnt really sum it up for me either but it wont keep me from rocking the ‘no‘ belt. unlike this collection i think ‘no‘ directly above your crotch really gets a clear message across, dont you?

view the full collection: style.com

photo cred: style.com

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dearest constellation, sweetest invitation. luxury brand logos and cocaine collide at colette.

there’s cocaine at colette! through march 1 — the end of paris fashion week — the paris boutique’s first-floor gallery will display swiss artist comenius roethlisberger’s exhibition of luxury-brand logos like chanel, versace, and yves saint laurent written in a mixture of cocaine and powdered sugar, entitled “dearest constellation, sweetest invitation”.

glad to see kate moss is still impacting the fashion world! kidding aside, id love to hear comenius roethlisberger’s inspiration for this. is it some sort of designer fix insinuation or……

source and photo cred: nymag

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