In the midst of fashion week madness, it’s nice to take a break from talking about shows and who was front row at what. Because we all know Anna Wintour is front row at everything, but regardless of that…I found out today that she’s actually sort of hilarious. And what’s a better hump day treat than ANNA BEING FUNNY?!
I’m having a lot of issues today…like so many September issues. Who has the time for all these? So why don’t we just judge a
book magazine by its cover to make things a little easier? I know we’re not supposed to, but doesn’t that make it more fun?
Of any posts here on ChiCityFashion, there’s nothing I look forward to more than writing about a red carpet event. But when it comes to something as fashion-focused as the Met Gala, I’m pretty much freaking out for weeks in advance (and I don’t even go to this thing).
So last night was the big night. We saw a lot of crop tops, dramatic backs and my predictions were oh-so-wrong (with one exception). Kind of a bummer that Amanda Seyfried and Jennifer Lawrence didn’t show up. I always look forward to seeing what they’ll wear (and unfortunately I wasn’t either of their understudies for this particular event) but we still have 87 looks to judge. Yes, 87. Take a deep breath and…let’s go.
It’s funny that after having several fashion lines (you could try Sears), a multi-location clothing boutique (thankfully Chicago isn’t one of them) and a multitude of other things I literally can’t keep up with (pun intended) that it took Kanye West to get the fashion industry to accept Kim Kardashian. Which is ironic because no one really took his line that seriously anyway…
How do you take your fashion magazines? Model? Celebrity? Or neither? (Because really, those are your only two options).
The “let’s use more plus sized models” and “stop Photoshop” conversations are still happening but after an interview with Vogue UK‘s EIC Alexandra Shulman over the weekend, there’s a lot more to talk about.