I forgot to include a few more medicines but this photo pretty much sums up the past two days in Milan.
I've tried to get some rest in the past forty eight hours but it's not an easy feat when a million people are trying to reach you through every point of contact and you have all these things going on around you.
TBH, I was rather petrified at first that I might have caught the swine flu. I got sick a few days AFTER I've flown out but thank god I feel much, mucho better now. I still have a funky throat but it wasn't as bad as it was a few days ago.
Saw this ultra stunning Balenciaga jacket on sale at Theresa in Munich.
It's one of those dream/aspirational pieces, no? Nice to look at, nice to try, but in the end, it's not really meant for you.. in my case, well, it's not meant for me.
Ladies and gays, meet my fave new male model. His name is Lyle Lodwick.
Click click click!
While roaming backstage, I was trying to think of questions to ask Christopher that haven't been asked by the numerous fashion crew around him. I actually thought of several good ones. However, my mind went blank when my turn came up so all I ended up telling him (aside from the usual good greetings – not in these exact words — crikey — everything happened too fast) is that a lot of key pieces of the collection are very lightweight (the muted pastel jackets and coats were my FAVOURITE) so I asked what inspired him to go through that direction.
I NEVER post pictures of me smiling (in fact, this shot was taken by accident and Christopher was gracious enough to take another and another one) because I have janky teeth but hey I think this shot represents the moment. So there.
A very BIG thank you to the very handsome, very British and very gentleman (ok now I'm getting overboard) Miles for making things happen. You're the BEST!
As always, more photos to follow. Male models! Clothes!