February 14, 2019

An advocate of clothes

Virginia Woolf not only understood words but also the importance of clothes, as she describes clothing in “Orlando” as having “more important offices than merely to keep us worn. They change our view of the world and the world’s view of us.” I agreed with her, the clothes could say a thousand words for us, you won't have to speak to communicate and that's the power not a lot of people understands. 

Virginia Woolf in her garden, Adam Nicolson

February 10, 2019

January 30, 2019

Dior Circus

This year Maria Grazia Chiuri was inspired by the Ballets Russes of Picasso. For her Haute Couture Spring 2019 Collection, she decided to mount a circus, literally, but no animals, no danger, no forced labor (at least for the animals) and behind the chicest swimming caps she hide all the girls (were they all girls? you don't know) , but it's a magnificent metaphor, is not important if it's a boy or a girl behind the clothes, is the person you want to be and the life you can bring to those clothes. 

Source: Vogue Runway

January 25, 2019

A head of the Haute Couture week 

Dior at work in his office, 1947
Source: Vogue Italia © REX

January 21, 2019


"Celine 02: A London Diary. Polaroids of the British Youth." 

Favorite looks from the collection. 
Source, business of fashion