>> They did it on the runway at Nina Ricci and at Jean Paul Gaultier. So no reason you shouldn't have feathers on the brain as well. I sure do. I'm smitten with feather hairpieces, and this one really does the trick -- because it's not too forties, so you won't need a hat pin, and it's not too big, so you'll still be able to comfortably hold your head up high. You'll really want to hold your head up high -- this pheasant feather headband is something to wear with pride. Especially because you bought it for $28.
Posts for March 26th 2007
>> The satin Prada turban -- it has really gotten around. Open any women's fashion magazine, it's the first thing you see. Open the style.com party pages, it's the first thing you see. Open a men's fashion magazine... well, it's not the first thing you expect to see. But you can thank Carine Roitfeld for making your assumption (and mine) a falsity. Mme Roitfeld, who took over the editorial directorship of Vogue Hommes International starting this season (S/S 2007), styled a charming little editorial called "Neo Smoking," shot by Mario Testino and showcasing the ubiquitous Prada turban on the head of a... man. And I have to say, I don't think it's ever looked better.
>> ... are DJ AM and Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld. DJ AM is a first-time modelizer (to my knowledge anyway, correct me if I'm wrong), lately spotted traipsing around New York with Jessica Stam. And Vladimir might be attaining serial modelizer status -- first dating Mariacarla Boscono, and now Lily Donaldson. I wonder if Lily will begin to get featured in Vogue Paris as much as it seemed like Mariacarla did when she was dating Vlad?