Resort 2010 V

1. YSL:
I loved the YSL resort collection. It feels very adult and chic and jet-set in a way that not many things are anymore. I guess if you're going to do drop crotch pants you should really drop that crotch to the floor no? And usually I would NOT advocate such pants, but there is something so perfectly carefree about them that they just work. I also am digging the leggings layered under them. It feels kind of "after class ballerina" which is something that always appeals to me. The coat is impeccably cut and it's somehow looks kind of oversized and made-to-measure at the same time? How do you do it Pilati??

I'm pretty sure we will see Julianne Moore rocking this dress at some point. It's a very dramatic dress but it still feels very classic. I want crazy voluminous sleeves.

Doesn't this look feel like classic Yves Saint Laurent from the 70's or something? I can totally imagine Loulou de la Falaise rocking this.

2. Jonathan Saunders:
Jonathan Saunders has a magic hand when it comes to doing colors, no? I would add this look to my dream editorial with the Rodarte Fall look and the Christopher Kane resort look. I am a genius! hahahaha And speaking of Rodarte, what's the deal with the shoes dude?

3. Zero Maria Cornejo:
I never turn down a chance to do a little gold sparkle.

I'm not entirely sure I am into these pieces per se, but I'm so enthralled by the beautiful colors! The green and blue together really work up some magic. Maybe if you added a little jacket and a belt it wouldn't be so weird? I don't know, perhaps Michelle Obama can figure it out (topical humor!).

4. Derek Lam:
The best thing about that fabric is that it has a kind of "faded jean" look but at an obviously more luxurious level. Very simple and sexy and very resort.
Ps. I'm wearing for the climbing up your leg gladiator thing to go away. Thanks.

1 comment:

districtofchic said...

You're totally right about Julianne More and that green dress. And I love the gold and black combo by Zero Maria Cornejo.