Monday, 16 July 2007

It's fun to lose and to pretend

It is well known plaid prints will invade us next winter, but there is a wide range to choose from. For those (like me) who were raised during the 90's, surrounded by grungies, you may like plaid flannel.


Flannel is a typical workwear fabric, and that's why the grunge movement wore it.


3.1. Phillip Lim revisits this symbol of grunge adding modern elements.



In God we trust transformed the classic lumberjack shirt into a babydoll.





Lover does likewise and creates this high-waisted skirt.


Finally, Kirsten Dunst wearing a cropped jacket.

Song: Lithium- Nirvana

8 comments:

Le Portillon said...

I had my Nirvana phase when I was 13, and during that time my whole life was Nirvana..haha, hence I can't stand anything related to them now.

hannah said...

i love the "in god we trust shirt". i have been wanting a plaid shirt for some reason, and that one is perfect.

oh and the shoes in my header are roberto cavalli.

lluviaschick said...

well, for me plaids are a bit out, I thought it was a last year trend and I wore the trend, but I dont think I´ll comeback to them, I dont really like them.

and if it´s the must-have print, I would not wear it at all! it happens to me like with the leggings or the leopard print. I like it for a while and them when I began to see it everywhere I start to hate it...


but those days you can not judge things between what is in and what is out, everyhting can be in and out at the same time, depends on the person, the life, the city, etc

and to leportillon, everyone has had a Nirvana phase

coco said...

i love the red shirt its so cool
id buy it

Diana Coronado said...

I agree with Coco, is adorable the red shirt.

Mash said...

I m not a big fan of this new style .

stella & moi said...

I saw red flannel in the new collection of Isabel Marant, I love it

muze1990 said...

Lover! That label is soo nice :). Same with See by Chloe it will be my inspiration for fall/winter 2007!

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