jeudi 17 juillet 2008

Unindentified Flying Object









Ok, this is maybe more a funpost, because I'm really not sure about this look. We saw it on the runway, on Cory Kennedy, Agynes Deyn and Nicole Richie, who wear normally things which become a trend, but we will see ... maybe it is more something for carnival.
But if you want to wear it, be careful maybe you get kidnapped by aliens which came out of an UFO printed on your pullover... ;)


pictures via style.com and my.opera.com

14 commentaires:

Honeymoon a dit…

U r a fashion addict ! If u want, I invite u to come to see some of the most beautiful heels, dresses and bags of the Paris fashion weeks and many more...!

Ashleigh a dit…

I wasnt Aggy's dress!! lUV IT

frankie-lou and tallulah a dit…

hahaha.
thats such a clever observation.
love that dress that agy is wearing.
any idea of the designer?
x.

lara a dit…

I think it is Jeremy Scott but I'm not 100 percent sure :)^^

Sol a dit…

what a weird fashion trend this is! Looks very 80s to me..

Great observation you gorgeous fashionista!

Siljesfashion a dit…

Love Nicoles Rumper! Very funny post.

Secretista a dit…

HAHA. Not for me.

Farren a dit…

lol. agyness can do no wrong. but, i cannot see this look on me. or going mainstream.

Mimi a dit…

They can definately wear it but I wouldn't.I like the one of Miss Deyn.
This print reminds me to a suit I used to have when I was about 2 or 3?!

Laurel a dit…

I absolutely adore that Chanel dress on Nicole Richie. So adorable, I love your blog. You have a really great sense for wonderful style! xo

Glamouricious a dit…

thanks for visiting my blog. =)
i loveee the look on nicole actually. but i guess she really makes the look work with her Balenciaga bag haha. if i where to wear it with a cheap one.. hmm i dunno if it would work lol.

love this post!

Kira Fashion a dit…

it´s fun!!!!!

a kiss!!!

Savvy Gal a dit…

interesting motif. Corky and cute. It would be a fun summer piece.

SOMETHING PICASSO a dit…

Jeremy Scott's collections are addictive to look at, probably because they're easy to relate to.

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