That was a good sketch. I guess someone with actual fashion experience, either making fashion or wearing designs by designers would be more familiar. It's nice sometimes to have an opinion but to have an educated one is another thing. Some designers are far more abstract with their sketches. He did fine. And if CC is supporting rising designers, I'll cut her some slack on this one. At least, it wasn't beige. And it certainly wasn't the Tiffany blue from before.
the blog of the designer. Honestly, he doesn't draw very well. My kids could do a better job. I guess the problem with him is that his women only have one fishing rod / bamboo pole.... there is nothing original or new about his ideas. He is pretty much copying outfits he has seen somewhere and liked. One of the sketches looks like he watch Breakfast at Tiffany and some other Hepburn movie and the sketch is the result. If Hepburn is the type of woman he is thinking off, then he shouldn't dress trashy. Though I guess he is happy if he gets to dress anyone. patricepapa.blogspot.de/
LOL as well. guess the sewing of the dress took so long because the seamstresses wore very dark sunglasses, blinded by the satin.
i honestly do loath the idea of having one day find myself surfing the forums and happen to stumble upon a photo of her monegasque blerghness wearing this sketch turned into a 3-dimensional fabric nightmare from the planet klingon.
LOL when was it interesting the last time? I think the most exciting they had was when the question at the roseball was whether or not Pete Doherty would be sober on stage. Seeing that he ended up in rehab right after...
I thought that this split screen image of diana and kate in aqua formal dresses was interesting. i guess EVERYONE should have a shiny aqua dress in their wardrobe. i am sure that trashy's stylists go through the archives and poach an idea or two.