The Met Gala 2013 reared its privileged head last night and the looks hindered on quirky and overtly melodious themes. This could be due to the dress code that encouraged Chaos to Couture, which in essence gives permission for all in attendance to run rampant in their quest to fulfill the requirements of the night.
Madonna in Givenchy Haute Couture
Sarah Jessica Parker in Phillip Treacy headpiece and Giles Deacon gown
Stella McCartney has always managed to elect a breathtakingly innovative approach when it comes to tackling existing mores in the current climate dominating the industry.
I really enjoy diagnosing the trends of the season, mainly because it gives me an opportunity to SHOP until I literally drop which may not be such a good thing but STILL! I can’t help indulging my senses as well as my lack of self-control, all in the name of painstakingly indentifying the headliners dominating the global lookbook.
Marry the Night in this sparkly confection from Topshop – $130
Obviously Stella McCartney has had her share of high-profile projects considering she is one of the most sought after designers in the world. But her latest assignment has got her a bit spellbound since she will be dictating to a more energetic audience.
H&M has had quite a fiesta when it comes to mouth-watering collabos with the best in the business, but now it looks like they may have struck gold!
Bold and Beautiful would be an accurate description of the Versace for H&M collection hitting stores in the U.S. Nov. 19th.
Cool temps always inspire the need to find that perfect trench coat, funky light weight jacket or cape to compliment and complete your look.
Diane Von Furstenberg – Morinne Cotton-twill cape $575