I just don't understand the fashion industry's stance on creating clothing that looks like ... well, I'll let you figure it out. It's like the fashion equivalent of a Rorschach print when presented to a known sexual deviant. No really, what do you think it looks like?
I agree that fashion should be fun, but this much fun?
QUESTION: Is Georgia O'Keefe rolling in her grave as life, art and fashion have an orgy?
|(Red Canna, O'Keefe)|
|(An interesting neckline on Alexander McQueen's Spring 2011 RTW collection, all fashion images via Style.com)|
|(Black Iris, O'Keefe)|
|(A jacket that reminds me to make a gyno appointment from Marc Jacobs, Spring 2011 RTW)|
|(A painting of New Mexico by O'Keefe)|
|(I'm not quite sure how this would be worn -- is it a vest? -- but I do know it looks like someone's overgrown and untamed nether regions. VPL Spring 2011)|
ANSWER: The spring/summer 2011 collections are a chaotic consortium of art, nature and design. We have the usual suspects that pop up in fashion: Butterflies, flowers and vaginas. All of which do nothing to flatter the female figure or attract mates.
KANIBAL HOME PROMISE: I will do my best not to dress any of you like an overgrown flower or provacative lady bits this upcoming season. However I do have grand plans to unveil a new special line in the shop. So stay tuned ... and stay away from any of the above.