Goth Vibe, Nice Digs, Cool Shoes
Highlights of this show include:
- The Setting: Stylish, Upper class, Beautiful, Greek, New Romantic, and Classic. I expect a King or Queen to step out any moment during the show. And then towards the end, they pan to the see-thru ceiling. I could for sure spend a day or two here. I bet there’s a Kings Thrown somewhere in the same building, maybe some crown jewels too!
- The Shoes: Green Shoes with matching shirts, Blue Shoes with matching attire, Orangish/Red shoes with a Red top and what looks like Silver Shoes, once again matching the clothing. I’m a shoe guy, thus the shoes and the matching clothes are very nice.
- Long, Long Skinny Scarves: Yep, they sure are long and skinny. They add some what I would call “Style Francais” to the looks. I just wouldn’t wear one out on the town while drinking cocktails, I would probably trip on it.
- The Music: Fits the setting very nicely. A bit Abstract, Lounge tinged with a bit of darkness to it. Gives it a nice laid back, crunchy, pre and post Modern French Vibe to the show.
- The Black and White Backpack: When I was in NYC in December, the Jordans I saw the most on people were the crisp, clean, Black and White with a tad of red-Jordan 13’s as worn by Denzel Washington in the movie, “He Got Game”. I think people wore them to stand out in the cold wintery weather or to blend in with the snow and street. This Backpack would go perfectly with those shoes. It would also be nice to use to carry things to and from work, especially while wearing a classic black suit and a white button down shirt.
- Oh and did I mention the Blue, Green, silver and Orangish Red Shoes?
The Sixties Vibe Is Rockin’ The Runway in Paris!
Personally I don’t carry a handbag, but if I did, I would pick Louis Vuitton as my brand of Choice. I doubt you can ever go wrong with the classic dark brown and light brown logo’d version. And I totally loved the Graffiti versions a few years back. And in the art and stye world-The “Pop Art” Swinging 60’s Vibe is one of my favorites of all time. Thus, I couldn’t resist showing you what’s in store for Louis Vuitton Spring 2013, courtesy of designer Marc Jacobs via the Paris Runways and WWD. (Photo’s Courtesy of Giovanni Giannoni & the WWD Print Edition via my iPhone4S)