Girls will be boys

Everyone is at it, well a lot of people are. Yves Saint Laurent has been leaning this way since the design house began. Coco Chanel first did this with her lovers clothes as she had nothing else to wear. It's girls wanting to dress as men. By using the tailoring and then tweaking its appearance for a feminine touch, rich and original results can be achieved. I suppose it is a little selfish of us girls, as it means we can effectively double our wardrobe by hijacking our boyfriends or husbands - just don't attack it with the scissor or harmony may be destroyed indefinitely.

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Je t'aime

It's not that I have abandoned Paris Fashion Week, quite the opposite - I have been watching with baited breath. I am just slightly peeved and having the occasional (well maybe regular) tantrum that I am not there. I run to see whats happening and its delightful that people post the reviews, pictures, and thoughts but it is not the same as being there and every so often I want to throw my laptop on the floor and dance over it. But that would never do, because nobody wins, I shan't see anything and I am down a Mac.

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And in no particular order

I was going to do a top 10 moments for London fashion week but did not want NYC or Milan to feel left out. So I shall do NY and Milan together as one. I shall keep tabs on Paris and compile one from there too, ne fret pas, as I was once told. Right, NY and Milan....in no particular order (sounds a bit like the X Factor/Strictly/Any reality results show?!)

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