“u are the baddest chick in NY…” :)

 

okay so apparently, with all the renewed attention being paid to PX This – The Revised Edition— what with The Daily News, and hamptons.com, and Perez Hilton, and dlisted, and foodchannel.com, and Australia’s The Morning Show, and the upcoming appearance on CBS’s The Insider and whatnot—- it seems some people have come to realize The Revised Edition (unlike the original version of the book), aside from its snazzy new cover and funky slick square shape, actually has photographs inside as well.

and true, the two separate books pretty much do cost the same, so i guess that’s not a very good excuse for depriving the early purchaser’s of the original version (thank you!) of the lovely visual eye-candy afforded within The Revised Edition only. fair enough!

so yah. here’s all the photos contained in PX This -The Revised Edition. Thank you for your interest.

:)

 

afterglow

bag: Francesco Biasia, 2008 | overcoat: Vivienne Westwood Anglomania, 2009 | car coat: Rick Owens Lilies, 2007 | shoes: Burberry Prorsum, 2010 | eyewear: Fiction, 2010

 

"…so what comes next after a live appearance on Australia’s [number-one rated] morning show?"

food! of course. dinner at Maialino at The Gramercy Hotel, because it was just a short stroll from the recording studio/spaceship that zzzzoom! satellites you all the way to the land of the kangaroos.

 

good morning, australia

car coat: Rick Owens Lilies, 2007 | top: Geld Iaz, 2010 | leggings: RLX Ralph Lauren, 2010 | eyewear: Fiction, 2010 | shoes: Burberry Prorsum, 2010 | bag: Francesco Biasia, 2008 | sweater (on-air): Elie Tahari, 2009

 

wow, filming for The Morning Show in Australia was pretty nerve-wracking but a really great experience. a detailed description of the whole shebang will definitely be included in my next book, PX Me, because i’m sure somebody else out there could probably use the information on what to expect and how to prepare for your very first appearance on a live-via-satellite international teevee show. yay!

 

the flesh mesh dress mess (redux)

dress: Geld Iaz (original), 1998 | dress: Geld Iaz (redux), 2011

 

i decided to remake this old dress from 1998, because i’ve pretty much worn it to death. i had it in mind to wear for a certain occasion, but on further speculation i decided the dress was way too transparent to be appropriate. since i had a very similar fabric in stock, only a touch weightier, i figured it would be perfect for a replica.

well it turned out to be a bigger headache than i anticipated, the machine and the fabric did not get along at all. ha ha ahaa, the inside of the dress is a complete disaster, the seams are all awry and i barely bothered with the trimming. but maybe it’s for the best so nobody can buy it right off my back. it happens a lot more times than you’d imagine, i don’t know what the hells clients are thinking sometimes. i’ve lost more personal garments while wearing them than i can even begin to count. so at least this one’s a keeper for sure.

 

poofy puffy

jacket: ? (purchased in Seoul, Korea 2007) | jeans: The Gap, 2005 | boots: ? (Tootsi Plohound, 2003) | eyewear: Yves St Laurent, 2010

 

i got this jacket in Seoul on sale for about $44 US dollars. the label’s been cut out, probably to discourage re-sale at a higher price or something. i think it’s great, but the one bad thing about buying clothes designed for Asians is that all the limbs tend to be midgetty. the sleeves were too short so i bought this pair of floppy leg warmers at Joyce Leslie and attached them to the sleeves at the elbow. this jacket gets tons of compliments.

my pal talked me into the boots in 2003, because they were on sale at Tootsi in SoHo for $89. i can’t even see the designer’s name inside. not that crazy about them, the heels are too short and the sole is thin (generally i prefer a platform). but they’re fine in this crappy weather for a stroll to the post office, that’s for sure. they’re actually not bad, they have these neat long leather laces that just wrap around haphazardly.

 

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