N A M E T H A T S K I R T
Source: Tommy Ton for Style.com, Fashionologie, Stockholm Street Style
If someone can tell me where the grey and white skirt is from, I'll give you the Marc by Marc Jacobs bag I'm buying with my tax return... Sorry no. But in all honesty, one of you budding fashionistas out there must know who designed this skirt. My fashion consultant and best friend and I think it's Dion Lee/ It certainly ticks all the boxes when it comes to that signature tailored Dion Lee style. Then again it is CC, she could be wearing an unknown, and on the cusp of revealing the next big label in fashion. And the cut of the skirt - must admit front on it looks a little odd, but seeing it in action - the panelling and structure is incredible. Is this the new 'it' skirt with the wrap-around and v cut down the front?
I wish all street style photographers would quickly pencil down what was being worn - as if we could go and hunt down the piece down ourselves. Actually, I've wondered whether Tommy Ton or Phil Oh or any other photographer - when they take candid shots, do they just snap away inconspicuously or do they stage it? Like ask the subject to walk down the street or get out of a taxi. Because if it was the former, they would still need to ask permission to take the photograph right (not that you would mind if you saw your outfit plastered up on style.com or street pepper). I'm just full of questions today.
It's my mid semester break now. But you could hardly consider it a break - I'm still interning twice a week and working on three days. The days I normally go to uni, I'm pretty much going to uni to do group work. Oh well, there's only five or so weeks until the end of semester. Let me live!