Lanvin Fw10

March 7, 2010

vogue.com Once I got over the novelty of Constance with with black hair, I realised that this uniform look that made the models almost indistinguishable, and so I was focusing less on whether or not the looks suited the individual, and more on the very design – no questions asked. I guess some would argue…

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vogue.com
Once I got over the novelty of Constance with with black hair, I realised that this uniform look that made the models almost indistinguishable, and so I was focusing less on whether or not the looks suited the individual, and more on the very design – no questions asked.
I guess some would argue against this, and I’m all for individuality, identity, etc. but I must say, this time, I appreciated it. Alber Elbaz threw in so many subtle twists to complement the asymmetry and drapes, that looking at it now while I’m writing this, I see so many things I didn’t see before.
I love the single glove in the first and third – cherry on the icing on the amazing amazing cuppycake, I tell you :)
Agreed?
*love*
xx

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