I had a reaction. That's always the goal for me with these fashion things. Do I care? I cared for Alexander Wang. The thing is, will this caring do us any favors? Will this collection? It's simple of me, but you remember my most recent sartorial resolution--which was maybe more of a revelation than a resolution--I want to wear close that flatter. That make me look good. And maybe it would be one thing if I could afford tons of Alexander Wang pieces, or any designer pieces for that matter, but I cannot. I can only afford the High Street shops they inspire and perhaps one or two of the originals onces they hit the sales. The point I'm making here is this: I was taken by the show, but I'm not quite sure I like what the success of this little number:
That picture makes me think I need more shoes and bags.
Lies! But that's the point, no?
He's also just wonderful at coats. That might be The Thing I took away from this shows: coats to want. It's not been as warm here as it is/was there, so I suspect I may be a little more up for it. Or, rather, it's not a tough mindset for me to get into. I need me a coat. Here are my favorites from the entire collection, three of which contain coats and all of which happen to be ones that will flatter and/or hint at a flattering shape beneath.
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This blogging was a great way to start my day, pre-work blogging. I am refreshed. There's a long day of internet ahead of me, but I am refreshed. That's always the best part about the beginning of Fashion Month--how exciting it all can be. You're not tired of it yet. And if you are tired, a glow-in-the-dark finale is just around the corner: