Ashish SS14

When NYFW ends and all eyes turn to London, one of the collections I look forward to the most is Ashish. He's the man that can work sequins like a puppet master, and if money weren't an issue, my closet would be that much more sparkly. For Spring, Ashish took inspiration from a party girl's hangover trip to her local corner store. This came through in the Coca-cola emblazoned tops, tribal jewelry, grocery bags, and multicultural influences that reflect the diversity of the shop owners. The party girl in me (and there's a lot of it) is swooning over so many of the pieces. Not to mention, Coca-cola never goes out of style.. just sayin.













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Just when you thought you had seen every variation of the "cutout dress", this number walks down the spring runway. You gotta love strategically placed negative space.


Lisa Perry Spring 2014

All eyes on us

It's "that time of the year" again...FASHION WEEK. The very words send the average person's eyeballs on a quick spin around their sockets, but most people reading this blog probably give at least half a shit. A big part of that is seeing what all the cool kids going to the circus wore. Well imagine if your fave 90s cartoon characters attended fashion week- what shows would they go to and what would they wear? Italian illustrator, Michele Moricci contemplated that with Swagger New York and the results are pretty spot on (although I think Beavis & Butthead would be more likely to wear the real deal gear from Santa Cruz versus Jeremy Scotts ripoffs).