Monthly Archives: November 2010
Yes, I am a whore for draping, asymmetry and tailoring. What are you going to do about it?
Available: Deded Dress by Diesel via Ssense.com
Love it when designers launch their own online stores. For real. This is my current favourite from Yigal Azrouel – polka stripes!
Please congratulate me for not making a Polkaroo joke. Because it was very difficult not to.
Available: Polka Stripe Dress by Yigal Azrouel
I’ve posted about Krista Huot before, and dammit, I probably will again and again. Because I adore her work.
Four Unicorns of the Apocalypse is a limited, 56- edition print, and holy crap, do I love it. Unicorns! Apocalypse! Question: How can you go wrong with that? Answer: You can’t, if you’re Krista Huot.
I would so become a jetsetter just to use this bag. For reals, yo.
Available: Everest Overnight Bag by Rag & Bone
Oh, felt, how old school. Leather, you too. But these colours, and combining you? TO THE FUTURE! And take me with you.
Pistachio and Purple Felt with Chocolate Leather:
Chocolate Alligator Embossed and Indigo Felt with Chocolate Leather:
Grey and Purple Felt with Tan Leather:
- Pistachio and Purple Felt with Chocolate Leather by Graf and Lantz
- Chocolate Alligator Embossed and Indigo Felt with Chocolate Leather by Graf and Lantz
- Grey and Purple Felt with Tan Leather by Graf and Lantz
Something about layered, ribbon-effect chiffon gets me every time.
Available in Black and Milk:
And Black and Cyan:
Discount and gift card in hand, I got my ass down to the Bloor St. Holt Renfrew, with some shoppin’ to do. I was cock-blocked on my new winter jacket thoughts, as the Mackage and Smythe I loved were both out of stock in my size. In the back of my head, I was kind of glad as I knew I could snap up a new DVF wrap dress. And indeed, I did.
How is it that most of the things I buy are invisible on the interwebs? I have negative desire to do a photoshoot today, so we’ll play like this…picture this Julian wrap dress (in Snow Leopard Pink, via Nordstrom):
In Horseshoe Beet, like this:
Nautical stripes are classic, for sure, but sometimes it’s nice to do something just a little different.