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@Susie: ha ha, a trip to Switzerland should be mandatory - not for you necesserarily, but rather for those forever colour-shy Swiss fashion people :-) Of course I'd make sure you'll be served only the finest assorted chocolate and fashion delights.
Toggle Commented Jul 16, 2010 on No Eshop for Me at Style Bubble
Great to read about Zurich pals Kimandra first thing in the morning:-)))) Btw 1: they actually do great sales from their Zurich studio occasionally: Btw 2: great too to discover NY/Zurich based fashion designer Nina Egli (gurl with the glasses) and Facehunter-book coverboy Affa posing for Kimandra. Though I'm not much into vintage sales (online/or whatever), Andrea and Kim really take that vintage smell out for me with their photography and the delicious high tea delights they serve up during their studio sales.
Toggle Commented Jul 16, 2010 on No Eshop for Me at Style Bubble
There's actually two Rem Koolhaases: Rem A. Koolhaas of United Nude is the nephew of Rem L. Koolhaas who is the architect of the building you mention. But big hooray to those hooves:-)))
Toggle Commented Jun 29, 2010 on Hooooooof! at Style Bubble
If Gold claims she hates fashion so much, why is she trying so damn hard to look like the old anti-fashion stereotype, not even shying away from the oldest of clichés, the parka.
Toggle Commented Jan 22, 2010 on Haters gonna Hate at Style Bubble
No, I don't think we need a thesis;-) If I had to break it down to the essentials, I'd say fashion is a great and easy way of communication. It's like a language. Some of us are native speakers, some are beginners, some are quite illiterate, some like to play, while others -regrettably- use it as weapon to shut others down and feel small. I also think the way we choose to dress and express ourselves through clothes is an extension of our personality. Again, some have personality while others have insecurites. I'm not saying a is good and b is bad - after all, fashion is an ongoing project, we all need time to develop our individual style. Personally, I prefer looks which invite a conversation to fashion monologue. Ps:though our gentleman here appears to be still at beginner's level commanding only a very crude fashion vocabulary, he's made an effort to improve. So I do find it a little bit smug to dismiss his arguments and ridicule him publicly. On the plus-side, this post has sparked a v interesting discussion. That's it from me.
Toggle Commented Jan 2, 2010 on 2010 Question Time at Style Bubble
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