Wednesday, January 31, 2007

OMG I HATE GOOGLE

So I HAD TO SWITCH TO GOOGLE BLOGGER, IT MADE ME! I don't know how you guys are blogging without doing that as it literally wouldn't let me in unless I switched!

HATE.

Love Monroe

SOOO SCARRY AND SAD AND FUNNY

MUCH LIKE TALKING TO AMERICANS THE CANADIAN ONE

BUT THE POEPLE FROM TEXAS AT THE END SACRRY!



LOVE TOWLEROAD

SO FUNNY!




hi larious!

all from

http://prettyontheoutside.typepad.com

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

A NEW DAY



THE BEST PART OF THE SHOW!



OUR LADY VB!

AND UNCLE KARL!

NO HE DIES HE DIES!

CHANEL .........































































PARIS, January 23, 2007 – The genius of Karl Lagerfeld is his way of whacking a topical spin into every couture collection without ever compromising the ineffable core of Chanel. This time, he had a phalanx of men roll out a giant double-C rug, and struck up the band—Cat Power, who laid into some punked-up Stones and Smokey Robinson classics. So it was with the opening volley of clothes—sixties-but-modern supershort coat-dresses and even more abbreviated jackets, all striding out on a base of leggy black tights.

His ability to compress variety into those rigorously tiny, neat silhouettes was something to behold. There was a black one with patent collar, cuffs, and pocket flaps. A navy military pea coat had bandbox-smart striped edgings. Yet more toppers with delicious sproutings of feathers or fragile tulle bows followed, until out came a gorgeous little raggedy-edged dress with a tight waist and puffed-out skirt.

Any other designer might have been satisfied to stop there, but Lagerfeld had evening to deal with. There, he changed gear, flipping between pristine military mess jackets over long, sheer-net skirts and silvery sequined streaks of vertical ribbon, let loose in the hem to whip around, car wash-style. If that gave a more random feel to the show’s second half, well, it also succeeded in covering all occasions (and age requirements). To produce a show of this vast range and handiwork takes an army. To that point, Lagerfeld had a nice finale up his sleeve. At the end, a curtain drew back to reveal the massed Chanel workers: models, atelier staff, studio designers, and house ambassador Amanda Harlech, who all followed Lagerfeld out to share the applause.


SO THIS IS ALL JUST OTHER WORDS FOR BORING!

COUTURE IS DYING, AND KARL GIVES US THIS!?

THIS LOOKS LIKE READY TO WEAR!

WHERE ARE THE EXQUISITE FABRICS? THE IMPECABLE STITCHING?

THIS IS JUST BORING, I KNOW ITS SPRING SUMMER 07 BUT STILL KARL WHY SO BLAH?

COUTURE IS SUPOSE TO BE ART THIS LOOKS JUST AVERAGE!

PANDA OUT.

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