I love this how Alessandro Dell’Acqua has went hippy. All the indian fridges and beautifully cascading fabrics with shoes made from suede looks so wonderfully natural and easy. With this you don’t need to look like you have a degree in makeup. You just need to wake up, unwrap your braid and put your shoes on. The look actually doesn’t look uncomfortable. it looks like you could get a nap in the train and with a bit of lipbalm still look fresh ( with nap I’m not meaning 2-8 hour sleep, just the neseccary 10 minutes you have until you arrive at your station).
The belts and long hemlines are my favs from here.
I wouldn’t have thought Dsquared2 would do anything this baggy, though I am happy to see some development from last season.
I guess I have started to think of Coco as a god. Crazy I know.
But the expectations that Coco’s post had put on my head weren’t full filled. The blue dress was great so as all the sculpture-ish-ness. Thoug I pitty the one who has had to do the model.
Though there is no Giovanni on th ehead of the company anymore, I was waiting for more.(Coco, don’t be affraid. I guess the dye went deeper that just my hair. My brain could be permanently damaged.)
It is so hard to try to see the materials from a picture, where the whole garment is black. But though I have no bigger proofs for this I am in the believe that La Perla used many different kind of materials and fabrics. The lace that looks like it has seen more than one century is so darling, and the top with “all that glitter” is something I’ll propably try to copy and find all over where I’ll happen to go.And again. I adore that hemline.
zero, zip, nothing.But those shoes are adorable, and I love it how everything looks like it could be worn all over the place. Isn’t that how clothes that you picked up from the floor look like? the ones that you wear to go to late breakfast with a friend and end up going to a club with and still look like the hottest, chic-est and natural girl in the crowd.