Not safe for work.

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Not safe for work.

I don't know about you but I like to think I'm desensitized to everything that goes online. If you record a "reaction video" of me looking at every imaginable internet meme out there (from 2 girls 1 cup and 1 guy 1jar to meat spin and goatse.cx) chances are, the most you can get is a flat face and the words "ok, next".

Until now. Well, yesterday because that's when I got the email.

Warning: please be 18 and over when you click THIS link to see the video. It is NOT SAFE FOR WORK.

Average Joe vs High Fashion Fall/Winter 2009 Collections Part 2

Average Joe vs High Fashion Fall/Winter 2009 Collections Part 2

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Average Joe vs High Fashion Fall/Winter 2009 Collections Part 2

I know this video is approximately 10 minutes long so it can be a pain to watch (or should I say listen) but trust me when I say you’ll burst into laughter towards the 2nd half and until the very end of this video. Twenty-year old Brandon from Brandon, Florida is highly opinionated and boy he has some interesting comments about Lanvin, Louis Vuitton and Missoni.

Lanvin apparently went overbudget and bought belts from Target’s sales racks. Olga Sherer is a “microchip” model. Louis Vuitton Fall 2009 is a Mickey Mouse look-a-like contest and Missoni is Lord of the Rings meets King Arthur.

“It’s a raincoat over a bra. It looks like this was pitched to the lonely girls who like, she can’t find a boyriend but she still wants to feel like a guy gave her a coat.”
– Brandon/20/Florida

Oh and one last thing: your new word of the day is TARGETY.

More to follow in a few days…

PS. I *LOVE* this project! It’s soo refreshing to talk to non-fashiony people about fashion to be honest.

Average Joe vs High Fashion Fall/Winter 2009 Collections Part 1

Average Joe vs High Fashion Fall/Winter 2009 Collections Part 1

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Average Joe vs High Fashion Fall/Winter 2009 Collections Part 1

Non-fashion people have fashion feelings, too” is back! My obsession with the Average Joe and their commentary about today’s fashions continues. I had an interesting conversation last night with a heterosexual non-fashion guy about Balmain, Balenciaga and Givenchy.


“My knowledge of the fashion industry as far as that goes, is that the uglier it is, the more expensive it usually is.”
– Sal, 21, New Jersey

Coming up, a conversation with this guy…

Friendly Fires – Skeleton Boy [VIDEO, LYRICS, MP3 DOWNLOAD]

Friendly Fires – Skeleton Boy [VIDEO, LYRICS, MP3 DOWNLOAD]

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Friendly Fires – Skeleton Boy

Enough Heidi Montag. I just bought this track on iTunes and I’m obsessed! I’m a fan of Friendly Fires and their track Skeleton Boy is such a feel-good song! I’m gonna play it on my iPod the next time I mince down the streets.

I close my eyes on the dance floor…I forget about you. I lose myself in flashing colors, I’ve gotta see it through.

You’re too much, I take it that we’re over. Should we even care at all? Too much, too much. Let’s shake hands and say goodbye. Your love is out… believing despite the loss. Give me your hand… let’s face this night and see it through. Your love is out… believing despite the loss. Give me your hand… let,s face this night and see it through.

Click HERE to download the track.

I know I *sometimes* provide mp3 download links I gathered from the net as a courtesy to internet freeloaders but I leave it to YOUR conscience (if you have one) to support the artist by buying their tracks on iTunes. I know I do so don’t be such a cheapskate. GO!

You’re welcome.

Yves Saint Laurent 1992 Documentary – The Look

Yves Saint Laurent 1992 Documentary – The Look

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Yves Saint Laurent 1992 Documentary

There’s Lagerfeld Confidential. There’s also Signe Chanel and the Marc Jacobs x Louis Vuitton documentary by Loic Prigent. But have you seen the documentary produced in 1992 (yes, that’s seventeen years ago — I was two years old) about Yves Saint Laurent’s extraordinary, colourful and dramatic life? It’s a must for any fashion lover out there.

If you do not watch this emotional and tear-jerking film in its entirety now or later, I have one thing to say: YOU. ARE. DEAD. TO. ME.

And yes, I love you Suzy Menkes!!


“While other little boys played with tin soldiers, Yves busied himself with paper dolls. Ridiculed by schoolmates, the delicate child swore that one day that he would be famous. At the age of 18, indications of things to come: first prize at a sponsored Parisian fashion competition beating the 19 year old Karl Lagerfeld into second place where some would say he has remained.”

Click click click!

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