great article about fashion bloggers (like me!) who have been dictating trends and sitting in the front row along with Anna Wintour and Suzy Menkes (that’s not me actually). I sighed when I heard some of them were invited to the selected fashion shows so I started dreaming that maybe I’m next.
Of course I couldn’t resist visiting Tavi’s blog as I heard she has four thousant visitors but my expectations were erm quite different than what I found there. I mean she’s a lovely 13-year-old fashion-lover who probably grabbed designer’s attention because of her daring fashion sense and a young age. She was lucky to be invited to see Marc Jacobs and Rodarte shows.
Bryan Boy is a “pseudonymous, style-obsessed blogger from the Philippines” (so read in the article). He reportedly had his plane tickets paid by Christopher Bailey himself (he’s so cute) and he was given a front-row seat at the fashion show of D&G. Pictures don’t lie, he sat like two seats from Anna Wintour! God bless America, but who’s next?
Actually, I think I will never go that far like Tavi or Bryan Boy. I mean, I’m very keen on what I’m doing, I write fashion posts and browse fashion pictures almost every day with a kind of madness but I’m not that extravagant enough to grab designer’s attention. I’d love to have the ability of strutting some designer staff. I love Balmain, Balenciaga and Marchesa, but does it change the fact that I don’t have a single piece of their collection? Not even a sock.
I come from Poland where high fashion is so expensive that probably even designers themselves wouldn’t buy their own clothes. Of course, there’s always eBay, but you know what? There are these shipping costs and taxes that prevent people from buying in US. So the only thing left is shopping at Polish department stores but after seeing all these fascinating clothes from the greatest designers I feel sick when I see their cheaper substiutes.
website dedicated to Victoria Beckham and it’s of course Posh Madness. I would update it regularly with everything concerning Posh and I was dreaming that some day Victoria will at least write to me and say she’s glad she has such a fan. After 9 years (yeah, 9 years, do you imagine?) I didn’t hear anything from her. I don’t know if she doesn’t like her fans or what because I don’t believe that she’s never came accross my website.
All right then, so do I have to change my sexual preference, wear flamboyant clothes and poke rubbish to make people like Posh see me? Or am I just too boring?