shoes: Giuseppe Zanotti, 2007
jacket: Geld Iaz, 1996 | overalls: Gap, 1992 | shoes: Giuseppe Zanotti, 2007 | top: Geld Iaz, 2004
“she could be a farmer in those clothes!” i am so over this incessant dreariness and gloom i didn’t leave the house for three days. and then when i finally did venture out, all i wore were jeans from like twenty years ago. i think it might be time to “change the forecast.”
top: DKNY, 2011 | leggings: Poof, 2009 | shoes: Giuseppe Zanotti, 2007 | bag: Balenciaga, 2005
late lunch at Centro Vinoteca. had a little too much wine with my meal so maybe it wasn’t such a great idea to try and change for the V magazine party at Boom Boom cuz then we got too comfortable and decided to just stay home. so it’s official, i am really getting old.
cover-up: Foravi, 2009 | dress (underneath): Geld Iaz, 2003 | stockings: Givenchy, 2004 | shoes: Giuseppe Zanotti, 2007
"Designer, writer and insider Abbe Diaz, recounted her experiences in the fashion world in her book PX This – Diary of the Maitre d’ to the Stars… [and] shared this run-in with designer Ann Demeulmeester:
‘[She] was a bit creepy to me for absolutely no reason at all, we go to her showroom and Marc [Bagutta] introduces me to her as his girlfriend and then he mentions how I am helping him with the buying (taking all the notes and shit). And she suddenly busts out with ‘Yes, you have to put them to work, otherwise they just spend all your money.’" – from "Is the Fashion Industry a Gay Man’s World?" at thegrindstone.com
ha ha ahaa Happy Fashion Week! :)
oh i did one other fashiony thing too, i went for drinks at the Boom Boom and then followed it up with a pop-in at the JF & Son party (but really only because it was so close by).