Designers paying models in clothing is an age-old practice, as is models helping themselves to an accessory or two at the end of a show whether they’re invited to or not. Such was the case with one sticky-fingered girl backstage at YSL last week, who gave herself away when we spotted a very familiar-looking black patent-leather platform Mary Jane on the end of her very familiar leg last night. We’re too polite to name names, but if Stefano Pilati is reading this, we’d be happy to lead him to his missing footwear.
It’s 9:29AM and I just got up from a nap and guess who greeted my inbox? Good ol papi Sonny Vandevelde sent me these gorgeous photos of one of John Galliano’s favourite girls, Alexadra Agoston!
OMG!!!! I love Alexandra!!! She’s 100% elegant, 100% pure couture, always appearing in haute couture shows. She’s right up in there in my "underrated" list. I honestly didn’t know she’s Australian and I only recently found out from my dear Sonny’s blog.
I HAVE NEVER FELT SO LET DOWN AND I’M SURE MANY WILL SHARE MY SENTIMENT!! I know the wonderful and extremely hardworking folks at Christian Dior are trying to stay away from the rebellious image of youth to court back the geriatric clientele they once lost but come on… have y’all seen the fall/winter 2008-2009 Christian Dior ready to wear collection? Well… I see some pre-rehab Donatella Versace influences here and there. Oops. I meant Versus by Versace. Sorry.
God I love fashion. As a gay teen, it’s always nice to learn more about the female anatomical form and where else to learn it from other than three female fashion designers in London, New York and Milan? I’m honestly surprised why the feminist fatties (who I love so much btw) over at Jezebel have not picked up one of the hottest trends for women this fall/winter 2008-2009. Ladies… it’s all about the VAJEEN… yes, your VAJAYJAY next season.
When I saw Masha Tyelna’s outfit at Louise Goldin’s fall 2008 collection in London, the first thing that came to my mind was… "oh my god she looks like a furry vajayjay! FIERCE!!!!!".
I just bought this cute, limited edition Luella Bartley organic cotton t-shirt from the "Supermodels Support Cotton" campaign by the Environmental Justice Foundation.
Each t-shirt is available for £30 each + £5 for worldwide shipping. They’re all ethically made with 100% organic cotton and designed by Luella Bartley, Christian Lacroix, Betty Jackson and Katharine Hamnett. Proceeds from sales will benefit the Environmental Justice Foundation. What are you waiting for? Go, go, go. Buy, buy, buy! It’s for a good cause. Click here to shop.
PS. Sasha Pivovarova was a goner from Prada’s fall 2008 fashion show. Who will take Sasha’s throne? My bet is on that gorgeous Angelina Jolie doppelganger named Natalia. HOTNESS!