4.28.2012

C4LV1N KL31N !

I'm not going to go in depth about this matter right now so here's a summary - I was cut from the fashion show, but I let my friend Elizabeth wear a dress and jacket I made the day of the show.  Obviously, designers walk out at the end of the show so my work was shown, only no one from outside my school knew it was my work.  After the show me and Elizabeth met Calvin Klein when he approached her to compliment her collection and what she was wearing...  thankfully someone mentioned it HERE.  Also, you can watch the show HERE - the show itself starts 27 min into the video, and you can see my dress and jacket on Liz at 1:10:40 in the finale.  So funny/tragic/ironic/amazing that he liked my clothing, but will likely never see all of it or know it was mine.  What can you do?



2 comments:

  1. did you see the post on the cut about the show? they also mentioned a purple fur jacket & platforms and you're the first person I thought of...haha.

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