Getting Fashion Week Ready, Part III
Fuck yeah summer camp with heels, part two. In what is now the third installment of Getting Fashion Week Ready, we try to penetrate our creative beans while placing a stronger emphasis on that which occurs whilelayering rather than after. Call it a salute to texture, maybe even a departure from embracing the cushioned comfort zone of copious layer. Ultimately though, what this is…is…a five step program that works. Name that commercial, follow me.
Holy crotch, happy birthday. Step one includes very important biker shorts. I tried to turn you onto these dudes using Karl Lagerfeld’s creative direction as a drug mule of sortsbut not very many of you took well to that suggestion. Maybe you’ll prefer this one.
So far, so similar. But I have an idea, keep scrolling. Bare in mind the first inclusion of print in form of tights–once you’re there, it’s hard to revert back to a place of plain old black.
Bird arms, eureka. Do also pay attention to the progression of facial expression. Confused and dumb founded became a half smile, became super smiley thumbs up with just the simple insertion of feathered sleeves. You may remember this shirt: a long time ago, I hosted a who wore it best contest against the Twitter bird. There were eight votes. I won.
Alas, friends, that’s it. That’s the whole thing. Sometimes, simple is better…provided of course that your compass of simplicity includes feathers. Tomorrow, we take to the tents.