More S/S 2010 RTW favorites / shoe lust / stuff lust list:
Tennis is the inspiration, but not the game.
WOW. I think I’ve dreamed of owning shoes like these.
Not sure if the former-accessories-only-designer-duo Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli created a strong overall collection, but their expertise in accessories is evident.
Not sure about the heel shape, but I desire this silver version greatly:
Love these gloves.
I LOVE the chain-design temp-tattoos the models sported on their legs and wrists.
To be honest, I didn’t like most of the Chanel collection this season. Not a fan of the Mule-clog-heel. Ergh.
I think this skirt can be DIY-ed. Project!
It’s like an island version of Givenchy shoe styles. Not sure of the material, but those cage-bindings look like dyed raffia or super-soft leather.
Tisci is a man of my spirit, that’s for sure. Goth wedge stompers = redux.
Alright, let’s stop fucking around. Let’s talk about…
Who blew everyone’s brains out this season:
The prints in this collection were mind-blowing – this level of detailing is sadly absent these days.
These are more wearable. Promise.
Love that flat-cap toe that McQueen revisited.
Love the jewelry too:
McQueen’s choice to put prosthetics on his model’s faces is truly entertaining. Can’t hate a designer who wholly commits to his inspirations and the fantasy of the clothing collection.
And now let’s hate on something:
NO. Sorry, but no. NO NO NO LOUIS VUITTON
KILL MY EYES, BARF.
I get it, LV can be so EDGY for some. Sigh. It’s just ugly to me.
All images from Style.com