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27 febrero, 2010


This is Ming Xi, another export from China that has made it into the international fashion stage, this one is a true beauty.

I'm so happy to see the success of Asian women in the modeling world.

This is from Emilio Pucci Fall 2010, more from this collection to come... trust me.

26 febrero, 2010

Real Women!

Finally! Real women, with curves, tits, and hips on a runway! 

It seems that for Prada Fall 2010, Miuccia Prada got inspired by Brigitte Bardot that fabulous french actress famous for her curvilicious and busty body in 60's cinema. Signora Prada's main focal point seems to be the womanly breast of her models, with ruffles and pointy bras emphasizing the womanhood of the mannequins. 

Doutzen Kroes and Lara Stone are two of the most curvy models in the industry today, by some fashion insiders they're even considered overweight, but they do posses curves that would make Bardot herself blush and this is what Miuccia Prada wanted to showcase, real feminine beauty on her runway. 

This time around making clothes for WOMEN instead of pre-pubescent-like girls, as in her previous collections. 

No Karlie Kloss on this runway.

¡Finalmente, mujeres de verdad, con curvas, tetas y caderas!

Parece que para Prada Otoño 2010, Miuccia Prada se inspiró en Brigitte Bardot esa fabulosa actriz francesa que triunfo en el cine de la decada del 60 y famosa por su delicioso cuerpo curvilineo e importantes pechos. El punto en el que se enfocó la signora Prada fueron los pechos femeninos de sus modelos, con volados y brassieres puntiagudos enfatizando la femeneidad de las maniquis.

Dos de las modelos con más curvas en la industria de la moda hoy en dia son Doutzen Kroes y Lara Stone, algunos de los personajes más importantes de la industria hasta se atreven a llamarlas "gordas", pero lo que si poseén son curvas que harian a la misma Bardot sonrrojarse y esto es lo que Miuccia Prada quería mostrar en su show, verdadera belleza femenina.

Esta vez Miuccia quiso hacer indumentaria para MUJERES y no para niñas puberes, como venía haciendo en sus colecciones pasadas. 

Como diría una muy buena amiga mia mientras se agarra las curvas que Dios le dio...

"¡Esto es mujer, carajo!"    

Doutzen Kroes

Lara Stone

Maria Carla Boscono, I just love her...

Miranda Kerr

Catherine McNeil

Lara Stone, again...

All pictures from

Shoe orgasm...

After I read the reviews on the Rodarte Fall 2010 show, I was intrigued by the description of the shoes. 

Created by the new wonder-kid Nicholas Kirkwood, they were described as "On her feet: knit socks and Nicholas Kirkwood's towering shoes, the heels this time cleverly designed to look like melting wax." by's Nicole Phelps. After searching through the images in the fashion bible of the internet I found no clear picture of these shoes, and as the days went by I got more and more intrigued as to what those heels looked like.

And now, after reading Jak & Jil's blog I finally got a look at the shoe orgasm these booties are, I love the feeling of morbidness that the mixture of melted wax and reptile skin create, but the color palette making them serene and whimsical all at the same time... 

a real work of art on your feet.   

Plus, they glow!!!

Pictures by Jak & Jil and Ladylike

24 febrero, 2010

Burberry Prorsum F/W 2010

Burberry Prorsum Fall 2010 is delicious, fabulous, divine and just out-right gorgeous.

The mix of military tailoring with chic and feminine touches are daring, modern and practical, I don't know a single woman (or man for a matter of fact) that wouldn't want to have one of those coats.

Christopher Bailey has taken the quintessential British brand, and pushed it into the 21st century with great trench coats done in a different ways like we saw last season with pleated and rugged hems, and now the marriage of oversized and cropped at the same time, making an Eisenhower jacket that even the general himself would have wanted in his wardrobe

Burberry is the brand you go to for the perfect-amazing trench and coat you always wanted, and Mr. Bailey is showing us why.

Burberry Prorsum Otoño 2010 es delicioso, fabuloso, divino y verdaderamente hermoso.

La mezcla de sastrería militar con toques chic y femeninos son extrovertidos, modernos y practicos, no conozco ni una mujer que no quisiera tener uno de estos abrigos.

Christopher Bailey ha tomado la clasica marca británica y la ha empujado al siglo 21 con fabulosos pilotos y abrigos confeccionados de una nueva manera, como lo vimos en la temporada pasada con pilotos remasterizados y ahora el matrimonio perfecto de lo extra grande y acortado, haciendo chaquetas Eisenhower que el general mismo habría querido en su guardarropas.

Burberry es la marca a la que acudes para el piloto o abrigo perfecto e increible, y Mr. Bailey nos muestra porque.

THE Aviator Jacket

THE Eisenhower Jacket

THE Lamb-wool lined with oversized Collars Coat

THE Cropped with oversized Lappels and Collar Peacoat

THE Fitted with Rugged hem Peacoat 

THE Cropped-Drop shouldered Military Coat

Some details...

And now, the shoes!!! 
Boots perfect for the English winter, with lamb-wool lining, belts and buckles, and ready for stepping out into the slush of melted snow. 

These are from the men's collection... amazing, right?
 I want these soooo bad...

All pictures from

16 febrero, 2010

Leonard Peltier is Innocent

Vivienne Westwood really has a world of her own, putting a bunch of brief clad boys all together in one shot, one on top of the other... 

and I just love her for that.

This campaign is for Vivienne Westwood's S/S 2010 underwear and accesories for men, inspired by the incarceration of American activist and member of the American Indian Movement Leonard Peltier.

I love the styling and mood of the pictures, mixing the sensuality of boys in tights and briefs but still being able to portray an inherent innocence to all the pics, plus I love whenever they show boys in small and tight underwear.

12 febrero, 2010

An Homage

In honor of the great designer, creator, and innovator that Lee McQueen was I put together a 

small recap of his work, the farthest I could go back in time was up to the spring 1999 where 

he sprayed Shalom Harlow's white dress with paint on a stage in front of the 

entire fashion world, all the way up to his greatest and last show where he boldly did what 

only he knew best, mixing prints, textures, shapes, and putting on a spectacle for the world 

to remember him by.

Alexander McQueen was a romantic at heart, romanticism hidden behind a beautiful sheet of 

dark colors, rough edges, great Savile Row tailoring, Parisian couture, gothic imagery, sombre 

leitmotifs but without a doubt McQueen was really one of the great masters of fashion of our 

time, with him a bright light has been put out.

Alexander McQueen loved A-lines skirts, lace, bodices, cinched waistlines, jumpsuits, prints, 

theatrics, and most of all he loved putting on a show for the world to watch awestruck with 

one man's creative force.

We will never be able to understand why he did what he did, but for now all we can do is 

remember his work and the beauty that he put out into the universe.

Fall/Winter 1999 & Spring/Summer 1999

Spring/Summer 2001

Fall/Winter 2001

Spring/Summer 2002

Fall/Winter 2002

Spring/Summer 2003

Fall/Winter 2003

Spring/Summer 2004

Fall/Winter 2004

Spring/Summer 2005

Fall/Winter 2005

Spring/Summer 2006

Fall/Winter 2006

I felt this one deserved only a video, to be able to really appreciate the show and the clothes.

Spring/Summer 2007

Fall/Winter 2007

Spring/Summer 2008

Fall/Winter 2008

Resort 2009

Spring/Summer 2009

Pre-Fall 2009

Fall/Winter 2009

Resort 2010

Spring/Summer 2010

Lee Alexander McQueen


We'll miss you...