Friday, September 14, 2012

This kind of unique design detail is one of those moments where you can really understand why these clothes are so stupidly expensive. (Something that I don’t always believe when it comes to — totally random example here, guys — Calvin Klein’s neverending supply of knee-length white dresses.) — Hello, Tailor: New York Fashion Week, Spring 2013 — Proenza Schouler, Ralph Lauren, and more.

This kind of unique design detail is one of those moments where you can really understand why these clothes are so stupidly expensive. (Something that I don’t always believe when it comes to — totally random example here, guys — Calvin Klein’s neverending supply of knee-length white dresses.) — Hello, Tailor: New York Fashion Week, Spring 2013 — Proenza Schouler, Ralph Lauren, and more.

Monday, June 18, 2012
These trousers kinda look like there’s a really fancy rainbow bullseye drawing attention to the model’s vagina, which may or may not be the classy effect the designers were originally going for… — from Resort 2013: Alexander Wang, Peter Pilotto, Zac Posen, and more.

These trousers kinda look like there’s a really fancy rainbow bullseye drawing attention to the model’s vagina, which may or may not be the classy effect the designers were originally going for… — from Resort 2013: Alexander Wang, Peter Pilotto, Zac Posen, and more.

I feel like Peter Pilotto has my beloved Mary Katrantzou to thank for a lot of these outfits. I’m not suggesting anything so drastic as plagiarism because there is a certain amount of overlap between these two designers anyway, but this particular collection did combine two of Katrantzou’s main design elements: complex digital prints, and structured minidresses. — from Resort 2013: Alexander Wang, Peter Pilotto, Zac Posen, and more.

I feel like Peter Pilotto has my beloved Mary Katrantzou to thank for a lot of these outfits. I’m not suggesting anything so drastic as plagiarism because there is a certain amount of overlap between these two designers anyway, but this particular collection did combine two of Katrantzou’s main design elements: complex digital prints, and structured minidresses. — from Resort 2013: Alexander Wang, Peter Pilotto, Zac Posen, and more.

Thursday, February 23, 2012
"What’s that design around the waist? Spoons.  The magic of Mary Katrantzou’s digital prints is that through an almost mathematical  repetition of shapes within each design, pictures can lose their meaning  and just become another part of the pattern. Her clothes are fun, but  — unlike a spoon-themed print in the hands of many other designers —  they’re not a joke.” — Mary Katrantzou, Fall 2012, at Hello, Tailor.

"What’s that design around the waist? Spoons. The magic of Mary Katrantzou’s digital prints is that through an almost mathematical repetition of shapes within each design, pictures can lose their meaning and just become another part of the pattern. Her clothes are fun, but — unlike a spoon-themed print in the hands of many other designers — they’re not a joke.” — Mary Katrantzou, Fall 2012, at Hello, Tailor.