I’ve always thought of Sally Draper as kiiiiind of a pervy little freak. I realize that I’m completely out of touch with my inner 12 year old girl, and in denial about the kind of freak I was at this age. But in real life Kiernan Shipka is a totally mature and likable tween, with totally natural non-over-plucked-eyebrows. (As most of you do not know, my largest opposition to today’s youth is their incessant over tweezing.) I want to thank God for creating such a delightful young creature, if only because it gives me hope for my own offspring. Also, where the F was this girl when I was a full-time babysitting slave. I never knew of such children existing, just those who threatened to tell mom that I hit her if I didn’t let her win “Trouble.” Or the other 7 yr old girl who straight up mast***ated the entire time I babysat her. Such emotionally & psychologically taxing experiences have troubled me that I will introduce yet another disrespectful degenerate into this world. THanks Kiernan! you ROCK, p.s. whats my size in juniors?
another wildfox couture video. spring 2012. how delightful
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I only have ears for Louis Prima lately. Sometimes you just gotta let the 82 year old sicilian within take the wheel, if you know what I mean. For all my sisters and brothers who remember pre-Princess Diary-era Disney movies, Louis was the voice of King Louie in the Jungle Book! RIGHT?!?! I die… I die…
Thom Brownes fall 2012 runway theatrics displayed 10 coffins, concealing 10 beautiful gahhhls who’ve died for fashion. His shows notably portray a surreal spectacle transcending the boundaries between fashion and other artistic mediums. Viewers and fellow designers typically are unsure of what to expect upon entering his shows, and rightly so. The Spring 2012 line was debuted at a sort of “role played” party set in the 1920’s where the models walked around huffing ciggys showing off the, part perfectly practical and part outrageously avante garde, clothes. This time the models came back from the dead for their love of fashion. Strangely enough this line is slightly more realistic, and dare I say wearable, than past seasons. When initially reading the review on style.com, I wanted to disagree with that last statement, however time and experience have proven Tim Blanks’ judgement to be feasible, so I must borrow his stance on the matter.
Tim also brought up an undeniable connection to the work of Tim Burton. I actually thought more of Coraline than anything. But most people think Coraline is Burton’s anyway, and thats an entirely different matter of “inspiration” in itself. On the positive: its good to know there’s a place in the fashion world for nonsense, despite the best efforts of fashions elite who describe his work as serious as anything. On the neg: I’d say it’s nothing that gaga hasn’t already rammed down our throats.
Soooooooo …. heres some Bowie
In the light of keeping it relevant….anyone else see the resemblance?