Monthly Archives: October 2009

Printed Jersey Dress – Tracy Reese

I usually think animal prints are tacky. But I love this. I don’t know what to think about that.

Available: Printed Jersey Dress by Tracy Reese via Nordstrom

Black and White and Grey Tanks – Rozae by Rozae Nichols and Helmut Lang

Tonal.  Why, hellllooo there.

Tree Branch Top – Rozae by Rozae Nichols:

 

X-Ray Silk Tank – Helmut Lang:

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Twist Front Dress – Karen Walker

I weep a little when I look at this. I mean, holy crap – that neckline and those sleeves. What else could I do?

Available: Twist Front Dress by Karen Walker via Forward by Revolve

Paige Loop Pull On Boots – Frye

PLUM!

PS: sorry about the not-posting yesterday. Had to run from work to home to shovel down dinner to Day 1 of a two day cake decorating class. I pipe flowers like a son of a bitch.  Tonight – gum paste!

Anyway, PLUM!

Available: Paige Loop Pull On Boots byFrye via ShopBop

Malpensa Bag – Want Les Essentiels De La Vie

Dunno what I love more – the cream of tomato soup colour, of the excellent structure.

Available: Malpensa Bag by Want Les Essentiels De La Vie via Forward by Revolve

Toronto Fashion Week, Spring/Summer 2010 – Friday

This is the last Toronto Fashion Week, Spring/Summer 2010, I think.  Beautiful and unseasonable by Ula Zukowska.

View: Spring/Summer 2010 Collection by Ula Zukowska via BlogTO

Francois Dress – Lorick

Business in the front, party in the back.

Available: Francois Dress by Lorick via Buy Definition

Toronto Fashion Week, Spring/Summer 2010 – Thursday

Out of all of yesterday’s shows, the only thing that really made me say, “Oh, yes please!” were pieces from Rudsak.  Who would’ve known that I would fall head over heals for a poppy-coloured leather dress?

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Toronto Fashion Week, Spring/Summer 2010, Wednesday Shows

For spring, I want things that are bright and simple, or intricate and patterned.

Katrina Tuttle:

Reva Mivasagar:

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Toronto Fashion Week, Spring/Summer 2010, Monday/Tuesday Shows

Haven’t seen anything groundbreaking yet, but these pieces by David Dixon and Andy Thê-Anh are absolutely lovely.

David Dixon:

Andy Thê-Anh:

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