looked like something a woman who had lost her waist would choose from a mail-order catalogue. or on Versace,
If you want a pick-me-up fashion cocktail of color in a tutti-frutti print, gaudy suede Puss-in-Boots and look-at-me accessories, this show was caricatural Versace.. OK, you get the pictureâ€¦the â€˜ol gal knows what sheâ€™s talking about and people in the industry take heed.Â So this morning when I came across her interview and her thoughts on fast-paced publishing / blogging, I took note - serious note.Â Here is what the doyen says:
When the world changed, when fashion changed, and instead of becoming a monologue it became a conversation. Instead of it being something that which was received, there is now a rapport.Â Â People can make comments on shows instantly.Â They can exchange views with other people.Â Listen, you can go into a shop and snap yourself on your phone wearing something and send it to your boyfriend and say â€œhey do you like this?â€ You know, everything now is integrated and thereâ€™s a backwards and forewords now and that is never going to stopâ€¦Now that that has started â€“ thatâ€™s it forever..
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