I do have a few favorite things about this Fashion Week. For one, I thought ChloÃ« Sevignyâs Lanvin outfit (the top had a drawing of a girl face and slightly torn/fringy shoulder straps -- so fresh!) at the lunch for Alber Elbaz was crazy cute and I loved the granny glasses she was rocking. They were very Rachel Comey for Spring '08. ChloÃ« really knows how to accessorize and I really admire that about her. Really.
Then I really fell for Patrick Rzepski. For real. I didnât know much about him but his collection reminded me of vintage Bruce circa 2000 which is full of rebelliousness and femininity. And those stockings sans girdles -- how do they work?! I have no idea but they are sex-ay!!
I donât know if itâs because Iâm in the midst of a hyper eye shadow phase with makeup at the moment (no liquid eyeliner for a while) but I felt very drawn to the makeup with a capital M at Alexandre Herchcovitch.
Oh, and even though I'm not a fan of hers, I think Demi Moore looks uh-mazing! Sheâs beaming and stunning in all the photos Iâve seen of her so far (at Une JournÃ©e Ã Paris and the Lanvin lunch). And she looks very natural like she hasnât had any work done which is a look I dig. Mr. Mickey told me a Demi anecdote from the Lanvin lunch which maybe he can fill you in on later. I donât want to end on a sour note, but I just want to say that Amanda Peetâs style leaves something to be desired. I donât know if itâs her acting chops or her fashion choices that I canât get over but whatever the reason thereâs a block.