During the hurricane of Fashion Week, Blogging is Boring would like to point out that although nothing seems more pressing than the clothes you wear, there are more important things in live then 'mode'. For instance, when you walk past a tramp in King's Cross, do not judge them for wearing last season's wares, all tatty and frayed. Instead, look them in the eye and offer them lunch. Not an Ivy lunch of course; they wont get past the doorman, and have probably never heard of bang-bang chicken anyway. No. Instead, be kind, understanding, and offer them a sandwich. Oh, and buy them a scarf or something (not Hermes). You see, tramps are more valuable than we think, as evident on the runways this week. Trampy trends paraded with pride at Unique, and the great outdoors made a rare appearance in the great tent. So next time you spot a tramp in Hoxton Square, look a little closer... It's probably just Agyness in a hoodie.
Monday, 22 February 2010
Amelie, Blogging is Boring likes the pink and red clash, but what's with the acrylic hanging shoulder thing? Kate, just when we thought your dress choices couldn't get any more boring, you pull this one out the (high street) bag. Nice try trying to out-do Aniston with that leg slash, though. Finally, to Carey Mulligan, for whom BIB simply cannot find an appropriate description. Although the words 'curtain' and 'noose' come to mind. Yawn.
Friday, 19 February 2010
After informing Piers Morgan that he was sitting in our seat, Blogging is Boring settled down to watch Naomi Campbell kick LFW off in style last night with Fashion for Relief III. With a host of models and a couple of nods to the late Alexander McQueen, the charity event was in aid of Haiti. Except no one was talking about that, they were talking about Geri Halliwell, who strutted down the catwalk with teen bed-hair, a shorty-short toilet paper dress, and come shag me eyes. Amazing... or hideous, you decide.
Next up was fellow ginger Nicola Robers, who stuck with her continuing transformation into Cilla Black. Girls Aloud's mother-hen Kimberley Walsh chose to cover up those curves in a black widow number, and instead rival Cheryl's L'Oreal locks with some over-styled WAG tresses of her own.