so i said i guess i am more fascinated by london scene although ny is also ultimate. 'london' is associated with prints, colors, basically the odd and quaint and...unconventional? and impractical to certain beholders. pony unicorns crosses goths geometries and all things don't have to fall into place. but then again i would also like myself to be neat and practical at other times.
meadham kirchkoff and jonathan saunders are perhaps example of london fashion, the topsy turvy arrangement and bright and cheerful and a mash up of all things seem to have become a permanent sight during london fashion week. to talk about fashion--the runway one is of course crazy, but have we become 'desensitized' to them? like ombre hair, or full studded articles, or badass tisci's
septum on claire boucher, which strikes us like lightbolt at the first time, but not the next few times? i like their pervasiveness permeating today's world to be honest, in the sea of the prim and proper. i guess it's nice to not eliminate or degrade any. we need a dose of each one at a time.