This is a story of a woman called Goldilocks. She lived in Russia the first 18 years of her life until a year and a half ago when she moved to New York City. To some people Goldilocks had what others may have wished for, long, straight and blond hair. Men loved it, women envied it, so you would think Goldilocks would be happy with the type of hair she was born with and content just the way she was? Quite the opposite in this story.
My friend Ana Triana, who works for Algodon Wine Estates, is always chic and sexy. Luckily for Ana who lives in New York City, she has countless shopping options, but when you’re looking for something in particular, it can get overwhelming sometimes.
Can’t do it, can’t do it, cant do. Getting on the clog bandwagon has been a back and forth dilemma for almost a year now. I like to stay ahead of the trends, and wearing clogs before the masses was my initial plan, but unfortunately the selection at the time would of done me more harm than good. Why should I put on plain black clogs? The same black clogs that were in style almost a decade ago? Have we not evolved in our designing abilities?
Then Proenza Schouler proved me wrong, with their version of the clogs and I was back on along with everyone else it seemed..
For new designers, participating in a fashion trade-show will allow them to generate business, open new accounts with boutiques from around the world and exposure, exposure exposure, which is priceless. Which designer wouldn’t want that? Unfortunately trade-shows are like the fashion shows, you have to be accepted. ENK did just that, giving a handful of industry’s top emerging and most promising designers their own section at the S/S11 Coterie trade-shows this year.
My favorites brands showed that two heads can be better than one for Spring’11