Friday, January 8, 2010

Homme is where i belong

Hi ya'll i'm back, i just a short trip to windy-ville and back. I tell you the last couple of days have been fabulous but tiring but that won't stop me from posting. Oh and the Hens night for Kate went off with a bang, a very sophisticated and girly bang of course. But any who i will be posting photos from the tea party soon and will fill you in more then.

Okay so on with the show.

Up first we have Dior Homme S/S editorial.

Dior is absolutely divine, but Dior Homme is just one up from divine, it's reaching mouth wateringly scrumptious. The androgynous tailoring and the cool expressions make it note worthy work. Check it out on The Fashionisto.

Secondly is the new Burberry Prosum 2010 S/S collection ad campaign starring once again Emma Watson.

What do you think? I'm not sure. These are just snippets from the Campaigns, and Watson's brother actually makes an appearance too. I just don't think it's as good as the last campaign. But who am i to give such an opinion. She is gorgeous though, and does get to pose with a bunch of very cute boys. Lucky thing.

And thirdly i just thought i would let you know that i am still madly in love with Patti Smith. Read her, listen to her, absorb her she is ah-maze-ing.

And did i mention she has great style. I wish i could exude her joie-de-vivre.

Tot ziens


Rosie Dawson-Hewes said...

OK, so I have the biggest girl crush on Emma Watson, but I'm totally with you on this one. These just aren't as striking as the last lot (or the amazing editorial she did for Teen Vogue). She's still gorgeous but...

And I love love LOVE the masculine tailoring on girls look. SO hot. I just don't have the leg length to pull off men's suit pants. Boo.

caz said...

Love the sound of your tea party. Have some exciting news about the new shop I told you about "Twee...excessively sentimental". It's now going to open in the vintage train carriage - isn't that just the perfect setting for all things fashionably vintage - will keep you posted!
Thought you might enjoy this site, from the Milan design house of Byblos: