Looks great and sexy……the bow (bunny ears to some) is a bit whimsical but so what…….this blog is full of pictures of women wearing whimsical garments…..Am I alone in thinking the hat worn by the other girl at the Vuitton show has a faint hint of that worn by the scarecrow in the Wizard of Oz. Women are cut more slack in these matters!!!
Those Vuitton "ears" are just wrong. I cringe every time I see those ads with Madonna wearing them. Ears are for Halloween, Mouseketeers, and Playboy bunnies. They have too many strong associations to ever to be fashionable. Remove them and I can actually see her cute blouse and shoes.
I don't like this at all. The blouse looks to big although the fabric is gorgeous. I like that she's confident enough to wear the ears/bow but her hair looks terrible. At the very least, it needs a brushing.
as of this moment, three comments published on the cigarette already. now is about time for someone to comment on the anti-cigarette comments, i love this pattern. maybe it's already been written and just not moderated
But it's NOT ears. It's more like a vintage 40's hat. Think "The Women" & remember those cuckoo hats they all wore. That said, I'm not a huge fan of hats in general. I always feel like such a spectacle, esp b/c people insist on commenting, "cute hat", etc. Geez. http://www.nickiefrye.etsy.com
I for one do not appreciate the anti smoking comments. I do not smoke myself and I know it is not good for your health but really I don't think it is my business to tell anyone not to smoke. It is an American attitude: I am on this new thing it is called no-smoking and now I want everybody to follow my lead. Relax a little!
It's a little bit of the "Emperor's New Clothes" for me. I suppose I'm supposed to applaud her risk-taking and fashion-forwardness, but instead I'm bemused by the ears, the sloppy blouse and the ill-fitting skirt.
I love each of these pieces I would change two things. 1.The skirt needs to sit lower her hip so that the fabric sweeps around her frame. 2. The ears are great. Why not sweep her hair toward them and complete the shape?
"girlfryeday said… But it's NOT ears. It's more like a vintage 40's hat."
……Of course it is…..I'm afraid it's only the unsophisticated who are off on the bunny kick……it's a whimsical touch….and I love whimsy
"I for one do not appreciate the anti smoking comments."
…….Couldn't agree more….I don't smoke….never have……it's ultimately life threatening but if folks want to do it that's their business…..like sex and religion it's a personal decision….it undoubtedly looks, let's say, interesting…..look at those forties movies…..at times the American self righteousness gets a bit tiresome….and it has absolutely no effect on those its directed at.
The comments relating to this picture have lured me out of lurker mode. Iâ€™m glad to read opposing viewpoints. Itâ€™s so boring when everyone agrees. I am on the side of fabulous. You need confidence to wear these. She has it. In fact, you have to be fabulous to even consider wearing them. That said, she doesnâ€™t have to smile. She doesnâ€™t look like SJP â€“ French, English or Italian. And with all due respect, who says things like, â€śBravo, little lady.â€ť? The beauty is, you wonâ€™t see these on everybody. For everybody there is a store and it starts with a W.
If she didn't have the Playboy Bunny ears, would we even be seeing her here?
Her clothes are expensive. I like the shade of the blouse. Very riche. The shoes are great on with her legs.
The stringy hair and her general sloppiness reminds me of a friend I used to have. It didn't matter what she had on, it always looked like she'd just hiked the Kiber Pass. A kind of female "Pig Pen" (of Peanuts fame).
I hate how people follow whatever the designers put out on the runway literally. Those bunny ears Marc Jacobs put down the runway for Louis Vuitton were hideous, yet some people seem to have trusted him and fallen into the trap. Before you put ears on people, take a look at what happened when Madonna tried to wear them at the Costume Institute Gala in NYC. Makes you think twice doesn't it?
wow, bon courage! she is definitely living for fashion…and loving every bit of it. the platform peeptoe booties, the chapeaux (?) very Vuitton. she's emulating the sass and spunk of SJP. I love that there are people out there in the world like her…who will go the extra mile! http://rafeloves.rafe.com
the comparisons to sjp are giving to much credit to sjp and/or basing the comparison on an admittedly similar face and nose. ddf looks better than sjp, imho. also, there seem to be a lot of comments about her skirt being out of proportion and her long, beautiful legs. from what i know, she's not that tall. in a picture of her standing next to kate moss, kate, who is 5'7", was clearly taller. i'd argue it's the skirt proportion that makes her legs look longer, which is not a bad effect.
I think she looks great–my hat's off to her for wearing what she wants with aplomb! I think it's sad when people don't think you are in fashion because you don't look cookie cutter like everyone else. Fashion is all about taking risks and wearing what feels right to YOU.
I dont wanna see myself as a close minded person… its gonna take a while for me to digest those ears…..its funny and bla bla bla….. lady gagaesque kinda thing… but….its a matter of fabric. shape…and size… or not…. whatever