So hard to imagine fashion without him. They say pancreatic cancer. A fast killer, 6-8 weeks and merciless. I would have wished him a more poetic ending worthy of the spectacular visuals he gave us. Like being rapt by cherubs into puffy white with a hint of pink clouds and a last look back while pulling his shades down a bit then a quick turnaround to head forward and onward. 🙁
Caroline looking regal and understated. The artist is from Pescara, a place I actually visited while staying in Silvi Marina. Very pretty small town. I travelled with a GF who neglected to mention we were guesting...on a guest (!) of nevertheless indulgent hairdresser brothers, the De Bardinis. Their mother made amazing fresh shellfish in tomato sauce. It's a pity not all Italo-Canadians are this classy, case in point in Montreal where I'm still trying to pry free my mother. Hopefully, we're almost there and done with any Rizzutos of any kind. It's tiresome.
Who wore it best? Tough one. The dress reminds me of Kate's last week that made a sensation. It reminds me of the late Geoffrey Beene's gowns. Let me get a pic of Kate's by Alexander McQueen, to compare. No doubt, William liked it. Although to me, it was a Beene meets Dolce & Gabbana look, rather than McQueen.
Both are becoming, but some people continue frying their hair after the hair itself changes with time. Better to have a good head of hair than none. Maybe if she misses colour, she can switch to henna like I did moons ago following a PPD(?) allergy. Henna comes in a variety of colours and covers grey. Now that would keep her hair healthiest and give her options. She's still beautiful one way or another. She's softer in a lighter shade.