Sunday, January 31, 2016

Karl Lagerfeld

Karl, like Cher, has been around for a while.  A collection tells a story about its moment in time, and like a good novel, there is irony and history, passion and disinterest, love and rebellion. Karl's stories are sometimes abrupt, always intensely honest and frequently hidden by the cacophony of glamor and celebrity.

Update. Yesterday was Karl's 83rd birthday. He is unstoppable.


  1. I don't even know how to describe how brilliant this post is. The way you describe the opposites attracting and the way it works for you and for store owners is magic. You really transport us to the show and let us know the experience. Wow.

    You are amazing.

  2. I love your post - everything ties together so beautifully!

  3. Ah, the buying days sound like a lot of fun!

  4. Even though the runway shows are completely accessable now via live stream, it can't replace the boutique experience...clothes up close and personal are so different than on camera. Well, that's my opinion anyway.
    What annoys me is the timing of fashion seasons. I mean it's so ridiculous that Autumn collections are in the stores now. In July. Everything is speeding up and I don't know if it's the store's who are hungry for sales or the fact that the collections are on live-stream.


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