8.17.2010

HIGH TECH

A few S/S 07 gems:  head to toe Balenciaga that I would happily wear to the altar, Dolce & Gabbana's ultra glam strapless pvc dress, and Gareth's arm pieces.

Vogue Nippon May 2007



8 comments:

  1. Yes, the last one... Cos it's by someone I like

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  2. wait, those shoes in the first pic are Balenciaga?

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  3. http://theshoegoddess.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/03/balenciaga-metallic-leather-bubble-sandals0.jpg

    Yes, they're Balenciaga. Some of my all time faves.

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  4. why do you so often refer to designers by just their first name?

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  5. Habit? I don't know. It's not always the first name - for example, I usually won't say Nicolas or Karl, I'll say Ghesquiere or Lagerfeld. Unless I'm already talking about their work, at which point I might say their first name because I adore them so much.

    Of course, if I was writing formally I would definitely write a full name and afterwards refer to them by last name out of respect. But this is a blog, so I'm informal.

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