developing a strange fascination with python since Prada's latest Fall offering. Though it was a print and idea I had initially been opposed to, I find it particularly striking when rendered in a variety of vibrant hues, especially because it takes something so organic - so natural, and propels it into the future, shimmering like some kind of digital skin. While the plastic and python bags worn in front felt a bit awkward (I'd opt to wear them as a small sort of backpack instead), the accessories were what stood out as the most covetable items in this collection - aside from the short that Raf has efficiently been reworking every other season.
Having this strange infatuation with Resort, or at least the ideas behind it. Forget the wearability factor or the economic incentive behind a mini-season that essentially emerged from the primordial fashion wasteland of "cruise wear". Anyway, let's talk about PREEN and how I can't picture anyone but Kathleen Hanna wearing the entire collection during some surreal and totally unlikely BIKINI KILL Reunion. It's feminine, undoubtedly, but there's this underlying 90's toughness to it.