Is anyone else as confused by this editorial in American Vogue's September issue? It looks more like an ad for this season's brands-Vogue-would-like-you-to-wear, rather than an editorial in a fashion magazine's most important issue of the year. It's a bunch of top models wearing one designer from head-to-toe.. and if there is one fashion rule that I am actually not eager to break.. it's avoiding wearing everything from one brand. Not to say anything bad about the designers, We all love Miu Miu, Balenciaga, Marni, Givenchy, Celine, I really adored a lot of these shows... but that's just it, we've already seen the shows, haven't we? There is almost no original styling. The hair, the make-up, and set, are nothing to write home about either. Personally, I want to be inspired when I see fashion editorials. This is just not inspiration.
1. I start university tomorrow at Ryerson! Yay! Fashion Communication. Words can't describe my excitement so I won't even attempt it...the fact that I had to put together an outfit a full day before pretty much says it all though. That is really unlike me. So yeah..this is what I am wearing, whatcha think? Casual scholarly chic?
2. I have said goodbye to the job I got recently, (frustrations described in my last post) and moved on to a lovely part-time job at a retailer you guys would most definitely know of. I think I will be much better suited here, and there is MUCH more freedom in what you get to wear. Which is all I care about, DUH!
H&M red pants, scarf and crop top, cardigan from The Bay, Frye Shoes, Adidas backpack, vintage pin and ring, thrifted earrings, and my good old McQueen bracelet