Jean Paul Gaultier Spring 2012 Couture Collection

Posted on January 27, 2012

We’re of two minds about this collection and its inspiration. Amy Winehouse is destined for the same iconhood that gets bestowed on so many 27ers, and she was already something of a fashion icon at the time of her death, so the idea of Jean Paul Gaultier looking to her for inspiration doesn’t seem so odd on the face of it. Especially when he has a history with bad girl, rocker chick styles. But perhaps it’s too soon to be plastering her hair and face on a collection of runway models. The clothes, with their rock and rockabilly undertones, were enough of a tribute to the girl. It’s all colorful and loud and a little crazy, and we would expect no less from JPG. But doing the models up in Amy drag tends to make this fun collection feel a little morose.

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    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=506473106 Mori Clark

      who on earth styled this collection? the clothes probably look nice on their own, but they’re all styled to look rather trashy, even without the allusion to amy winehouse. like, good thing i know what these clothes would look like thrown on haphazardly? 

    • Grace Armstrong

      That red leather jacket (seventh pic down) is HAWT. This collection gives me a case of the wants. I have to agree, the styling takes away from the collection. Really dude? The hair and everything? Why?

      • Anonymous

        Yeah, I almost fainted when I saw the jacket. It’s amazing.

        • http://profile.yahoo.com/EJ4VTYPEO76XDX7BVNVUSDF2GE Fuzzy Izmit

          I am glad I am not the only one who freaking LOVES that jacket! Perfection!

          • Anonymous

            Count me in too.  That jacket just jumped out at me.  The rest?  Eh.

      • Anonymous

        I wish my high school had varsity jackets like this one!

      • Samantha Irene

        Agree about that jacket (I also like the pink and silver number) – but the SHOES. So many to want. 

    • http://www.facebook.com/fiddlecub Kevin VanOrd

      I was almost ok with it until I got to the model with the cigarette, looking as though she was recovering from a hangover, and thus had applied her makeup using a spackle and a magic marker. Paying homage to Amy is one thing; doing it in a way that celebrates her destructive lifestyle is another. That isn’t to say I think that smoking must be an indication of such a lifestyle–but given Amy’s history, I would think that this should have been a substance-free runway. 

      • Anonymous

        I was seeing it as 50′s bad girl smoking at school, but I can see your point.

      • Anonymous

        That look really did strike a chord with me because the model–while I’m sure is barely out of school–looks like someone who is in their 40′s made up to look like someone in their early 20s.    I can’t say I was much of a fan of Winehouse, but she always struck me as someone who looked quite older than her age.   Or as we say in the South, she rode hard and was put up wet.

        Over all, I think it’s in some bad taste.  Maybe the clothes would be nice given the right styling, but you can’t really get past what JPG has done with this.

        • http://twitter.com/JackieO JackieO

          The model is actually an Italian actress who is well into her 30′s

      • Grace Armstrong

        Her family is pissed for exactly the reasons you mention here.

        • http://twitter.com/maddykrod m

          I also read that her family did not approve (to put it mildly) of this so-called “tribute,” which makes me wonder–are there no right to publicity laws overseas?  Maybe someone can help me out, because in the US doing this without the approval of her estate would have meant a big fat lawsuit.

      • Anonymous

        I agree about the smoking, but at least the model looks awful enough for it to look totally unappealing–it’s a tragic look for that woman. Like, washed-up drag queen bad. And yet I love her from neck to knees.

    • Anonymous

      You’d think JPG would be able to make a corset that didn’t flash nip.

      • Anonymous

        I was just thinking that. That’s decoy collection-level amateur. For God’s sake, use some double-sided tape at least!

      • Anonymous

        That poor model, she looks so miserable.

      • Anonymous

        There’s an inner cup that you can’t see there which could be a bit higher to make it wearable. But the cream layer is a traditional mid-bust shape which would sit at nipple height and it’s also intentionally sitting away from the body, in the same way the hip is.
        This is the piece in the collection that really fascinates me as it plays with antique patterns, so I’m getting a bit corset-nerdish about it LOL!

      • Noelle Haland

        Yep, the tit flash is ridiculous – it just looks like it’s from poor fit – as is the one where the model’s hair appears to be stuck behind one of the cups. 

    • Anonymous

      I can’t see the clothes for the styling, which I think is in very bad taste on every level.

    • http://twitter.com/VicksieDo VicksieDo

      The only one I really like is the white dress with a bug like G on the boob.  HATE the shoes, they look like hooves or something like that, heavy and ugly.  The orange lace was interesting, if it was more a pumpkin shade and was, of course, lined.

      • Anonymous

        well, those were going to be my exact comments, so i will leave you with a ‘like’ :)

    • Anonymous

      As much as I like Winehouse, I adore JPG and frankly if I hadn’t known the hómmage this collection wouldn’t look that different than any of his past clothes. Sure, there’s the whole hair thing but let’s face it, flamboyance was never something his fashion lacked. The lime green dress as an oversized trench wrapped around the model particularly struck a note with me. 

      • http://twitter.com/foodycatAlicia foodycatAlicia

        It does look very much JPG with a nod to Amy, and I don’t find it distasteful. If it was skinny jeans, ratty satin ballet pumps and polo shirts I’d have more of a problem with it. I think this is quite affectionate really. Honestly, I think if he’d waited until next year people would have complained that it had been 18 months and it wasn’t relevant any more.

    • Anonymous

      I find the combination of super-skinny women (girls?) and overly curve-making clothes more than a little off-putting, to be honest.

      Which is probably what JPG meant to do.

    • http://twitter.com/jennsaysmeow Fifi LaRoux

      I kind of like the orange lace gown. Until I typed the words orange lace gown… now maybe not.

      I just kept getting distracted by the styling. I was looking at the models trying to figure out what phase of Amy they were.

    • Anonymous

      i know these are not made for mere mortals but why would any woman (other than Gaga i suppose) want to add a foot to her hip measurements? (white corset type dress)

    • Ceur -

      Lindsey Wixon looks horrible. And what’s going on with the yellow/blue combo, is that an actual working catwalk model or did I miss something funny here?

      • http://twitter.com/JackieO JackieO

        JPG has always used models of all ages at his shows.  He casts who he likes not just who is popular.

    • Anonymous

      I thought this was hurtful to her family.  Yes, she was an icon, but she’s only been gone 6 months and it is in poor taste to portray her before the world and her family while they are still processing her death and in mourning.  The one model (with the cigarette) looked so much like her, it took me aback.  I feel really bad for her family. 

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Cortney-Dean/100002491593625 Cortney Dean

      I think if you are going to do an homage to Amy Winehouse, you should do it (especially since its only been like, what, 6 months?) in a way that is a bit more respectful? I mean, I don’t think disrespect was the intent, but these Winehouse-esque models just look sad and trashy and like some collage of every bad Amy Winehouse cliche. Which is sad. I guess I just would have liked to seen this done better, more thoughtfully, more celebratory. This feels kind of morose.

      • Anonymous

        I completely agree with you. It is like he is playing off the cariacture of Winehouse, not the quirk or the beauty.

    • Anonymous

      I really like this collection.  I like it a lot.  But I agree about the use of Amy Winehouse, not gone for even a year, which seems heartless.

    • Anonymous

      Wow, this is about the ugliest runway show I’ve ever seen.  Yuck.

      • Anonymous

          Did you see the posts on the men’s shows the last few days ?

        • Anonymous

          You’re right, they’re much worse.

    • http://eclectictsunami.blogspot.com/ Cassie

      Ugh, that styling is too much, too soon. Knock that shit off.

      The clothes are pretty fab, but who can see them?

      • Sara__B

        I totally agree. You just said what I wanted to, in fewer words and straight to the point.

    • Anonymous

      You know that joke where someone says something in poor taste and then asks “Too soon?”…

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1248212910 Jessie Melcher Brown

      According to E online Amy’s father is very upset about it and thinks it was in very poor taste.

    • Lauren Maier

      11 – I can’t get behind anything that has a nip-slip on the runway.  And even if I liked anything in actuality or in theory, I can’t get past the styling.  :S

    • Stefanos Mantyla

      Anggun insists she will wear one of his designs for the Eurovision performance. I wonder if it will be from this collection! #8, maybe, or the last one?

    • Anonymous

      I kind of love this. The models are working the shit out of these looks, the styling is totally OTT, but I really likes it!

    • Anonymous

      Actually, most of them look like drag queens…

    • Natasha Fairweather

      Ew. The styling makes the clothes look gross. Those wigs are horrifying.

    • Anonymous

      I just love the second number – they grey and orange. Maybe because it didn’t have as much Winehouse vibe to get in the way of the outfit.

    • Anonymous

      i like the bomber jacket

    • Anonymous

      That poor model in the panties. The outfit doesn’t even fit her well (and who would wear it anyway?), and she’s sporting major nippleage, which I’m sure she probably isn’t thrilled about.

      • Anonymous

        Nipple flashes are no big deal on the Paris catwalks, so I doubt she’s at all bothered. :) 
        Actually the corset does fit. When you see it from other angles there’s layers to it. An inner fitted layer and an exaggerated outer that stands away from the body. I’ve been studying it up for as for obvious reasons much of this collection is of real interest to me.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WOM6YR4RJ53AF77MUUZ62J33WY Anonymous

      You may say inspired by AW, but all I see is drag drag drag. Are those models even female?

    • Anonymous

      um, when your corset-y thing doesn’t fit the model, you might have  a problem.

      • Anonymous

        It does, but the angle isn’t showing it well. It’s like a corset on a corset on a corset. You can’t see the inner layer on more distant pics though.

        • Anonymous

          her boobs are falling out…not exactly a good fit.

          • Anonymous

            The inner cup, that you can’t see there, could be an inch or so higher to make it more wearable. But it’s based on quite a traditional Victorian mid-bust which would sit at nipple height. How that translates to outerwear of course is a whole other thing. 

    • Anonymous

      um, when your corset-y thing doesn’t fit the model, you might have  a problem.

    • Anonymous

      I wish Amy were here to wear this stuff. That is all.

    • Anonymous

      I wish Amy were here to wear this stuff. That is all.

    • Anonymous

      The clothes are interesting. JPG’s attempt to cash in on Amy Winehouse’s death is in the worst of bad taste. I would be much more impressed if he hadn’t tried to exploit the image of someone he wasn’t even aquainted with.

      • Anonymous

        Call me callous. . but I think it might be in bad taste if she’d been died through no fault of her own.  But when she totally self destructed I have a harder time being as offended.

        Imagine when Linsday Lohan (or Paz) finally complete their self destruction, not really on the same par as when someone who dies of AIDS, cancer, a plane crash, etc. 

    • Anonymous

      The clothes are interesting. JPG’s attempt to cash in on Amy Winehouse’s death is in the worst of bad taste. I would be much more impressed if he hadn’t tried to exploit the image of someone he wasn’t even aquainted with.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jessica-TallGirl-Freeman/1043623567 Jessica TallGirl Freeman

      I have to agree with some other posters, I have a feeling he was more cashing in on her death for added press than anything.  The wigs are so terrible, even in her prime drug use days Amy’s hair was more pulled together.  The clothes are all over the place.  Not very Amy since all I can remember her in was white tanks and shorts with pink ballet shoes. 

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Karen-Stephens-Bassett/1503492602 Karen Stephens Bassett

      What a load of trash.

    • http://twitter.com/ptliontamer Wilhelmina Frame

      I like the looks with the candy colored wigs. it feels very big hair italian bombshell. when it gets too amy literal it’s a problem. And should JPG really be cribbing Fred Perry — cause a few of the pieces basically look like Fred Perry Atelier.

    • Stephen Bornstein

      It’s Gaultier for Criss-sakes…..aren’t you talking about it? Good job.

    • Anonymous

      I was okay with all of it until I noticed that EVERY SINGLE ONE has a mole added to her face. That is creepy.

    • http://twitter.com/aidanboleyn Aidan B

      Yikes. There are some interesting pieces in this collection, but I had to look hard to find them. I found the Amy drag distracting, and admittedly, a bit disrespectful. She’s barely cold in the ground, guys. Let her be.

    • Anonymous

      The first photo didn’t make me think “Amy Winehouse” – I immediately thought “Ronnie Edwards on the Waltons.”  http://www.aveleyman.com/ActorCredit.aspx?ActorID=19246
      I will say this is probably far more of a commentary on my age than on the styling.

    • MilaXX

      I read somewhere the family is not that happy about this collection.  I like it, because I like the longer skirts, but I can understand it being too soon for them.
      I wish I could have found a black skirt like the first one this past holiday season and I only wish I could afford that red letterman’s jacket.

      • Anonymous

        Hmmm, family doesn’t like it?  Sorry, Winehouses, it’s not about you. Except for the one with the wig over the boob and under the dress, I love the collection.

        • MilaXX

          Actually it is about them considering the collection is based on Amy. I understand how they feel, it really is a bit too soon.

          • Anonymous

            It probably is. Although I have to say I don’t have too high an opinion of Mitch Winehouse. I think it was meant as a tribute, but it might have been wiser to wait a little longer. It would be a decent gesture for Gaultier to make a donation to the charity set up in her name.

          • Anonymous

            I don’t agree. Once you become a public figure and an “icon” (yeah, I’m going to say it), you on some level belong to the culture. The public face of “Amy Winehouse” (the face she presented to the public) resounds with people because of her combination of talent and tragedy, and it is fair for the culture to respond to it. The family is going to have to accept that. 

            On the other hand, they have Amy Winehouse (the real person that only they knew) to remember and love, and that is all theirs. 

            • MilaXX

              This is a family who struggled to help a family member with addiction issues. I get the whole “icon” status, but if she is indeed a icon in the vein of the many dead at 27 people, then allowing a bit of time to lapse won’t change that. To do this 6 mths after her death is just salt in a wound and tacky. Expecting them to “get over it” is cruel to say the least.

      • Anonymous

        I like how the leather upgrades the jacket.  The gown isn’t downgraded because of the jacket, the jacket is upgraded.

    • Anonymous

      It looks awful. Some of the clothes are probably great, but it’s all dirtied up, and it feels like an insult to Amy instead of a tribute. Almost, ‘this is what she looked like after she died’ or something like that.

    • butter nut

      if you put your thumb over their heads, it’s actually a pretty good collection.

    • Rand Ortega

      Love JPG! Especially when he’s in his Floozy Chic mode. I don’t find it morose, but his fitting tribute to a fallen star whose pain fueled an amazing passion & burned an indelible mark on the world.

    • edgar wibisono

      Rihanna will wear the orange see through dress. trust me.

      • Noelle Haland

        Bam! You nailed it!

    • http://korilian.livejournal.com/ korilian

      That second look blew me away! Looking closely it appears to be a ratty bathrobe over a pair of clown paints, topped off with a big scarf, but I don’t care. I love it! 

    • Anonymous

      This is so inconsistent for me. There are some things I like and then a lot that I hate. Half the time I love the shoes and the other half I don’t care. I do enjoy the crazy-colored wigs!

    • Anonymous

      @miwo agree !

    • Anonymous

      I am mesmerized by the face of the 3rd model (with the blue wig).  Her face doesn’t look real!  She looks like a doll.

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/VWVJVYZJCTXSQJA4E5PNEZLJA4 Jessica

      What did they do?  Measure the models’ cheekbone widths?  They all have the same breadth!

    • Anonymous

      I like the styling and I love the red heads.  I am so tired of the people that associate lipstick and big 60′s glamour hair as trashy.  This seems to be a modern and fun interpretation of many things and it is a runway show which is always more theatrical than real life.

    • Anonymous

      the clothes are great but why is it necessary to have a model with a cigarette? too literal.

    • http://twitter.com/Athenabast Athena Bast

      I want that jacket from the seventh picture down.

      Love Gaultier.

    • Terri Smith

      Is it bad that I think the look with the model’s nipples hanging out is the one that most Amy?

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_2P2ANLRZ6YAVGONA36I2AQJYGI VicD

      Hmmm.  I see inspiration by Katy Perry, Kelly Osbourne, Rihanna and Amy Winehouse.  (Of course Gaga, but that goes without saying.)   I’m pretty sure they’re the only ones who might be tempted to wear these get-ups too.

    • Anonymous

      I’ll take the jacket in look #4.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Angelica-Smith-Mertens/150401222 Angelica Smith Mertens

      The 4th one from the bottom in the panties and corset…is that a nipple…I’m almost sure it is…

    • Anonymous

      I like this collection. I’m a bit biased as the whole show is very corset heavy, and some of the pieces are fascinating. Including that one which several people don’t think fits! (it really does, but you can’t see all the layers here).

      I think the Winehouse inspiration was meant well, but a little premature. It might be a nice idea for Gaultier to make a donation to her foundation. 

      • Noelle Haland

        If that corset fits so nicely, why are we seeing her areola? (Not to be snotty – I’m seriously asking.)

        • Anonymous

          The whole thing is three corsets built into one; a full corset body, then an antique style mid-bust, then the black cincher shape. There’s an inner cup which you can’t really see there, which I would agree for the sake of wearability could be a bit higher, but it does sit close to the body. The cream part is a very typical late Victorian mid-bust which would hit at nipple height. It’s been cut to stand out from the inner cups (and hips), but the cording, flossing etc all make it look like an antique corset that’s been exaggerated. 

          I don’t think coverage has been a prime concern. It rarely is on the Paris catwalks anyway and it’s playing with a shape that would be underwear. So yeah, I’d agree for wearing as outerwear that inner layer should be higher, but I think it’s exactly as it was intended to be. It’s not fit, so much as an aesthetic choice that might not appeal to everyone. It fascinates me as the whole construction is really clever, but if i was making something like that to be worn off catwalk, in public, outside and visible, then yeah, I’d raise that inner cup :)

    • Anonymous

      I agree that it is a little soon to be doing an Amy Winehouse theme on the runway. But maybe it is a tribute?

      I just want to see that Ronald McDonald bewigged model take her freakin’ finger out of her mouth. Ugh.

      Onto the clothes: Some of these pieces are really great. I’m in love with that corseted suit (3rd pic).

    • http://twitter.com/jaythenerdkid Aaminah Khan

      The styling takes this into far-too-literal territory for me.

    • Anonymous

      I kinda like this collection.  If the 2nd photo is PJ’s, I definitely want them!  I cal also see Christina Hendricks in the red lace number (penultimate photo).  Also love the red leather baseball jacket.

    • Anonymous

      FUGLY

    • Anonymous

      OMG love that green dress and we all know how much I HATE green.  Want.

    • http://www.joannao.blogspot.com JoannaOC

      No me gusta nada.

    • Anonymous

      some of the models look like they are…adults??? 
      The outfit in the 8th picture makes me think of Jerrell and a severe lack of editing.

      WTH – I know we are not supposed to go on and on about shapes – but that model in the corset/bustier and “grannie” panties?   

    • Anonymous

      Many try but few achieve truly forward looking retro designs.  He nailed it.  

    • http://asskickingadviser.com/ Ass Kicking Adviser

      He never makes a damn thing I want to wear but I always love him anyways. True, unadulterated fashion. If we had played, ‘Guess the Designer’ I would have known right off that these were Gaultier. Some might think that’s a bad thing but I don’t.

    • Anonymous

      The orange thing is j’adore for me, and that crazy green gown. Would pair the orange with matching undergarments and it would look chicly hot.

    • Anonymous

      I don’t remember Amy Winehouse ever looking this fabulous. The styling is a bit creepy because it’s too soon, but the actual collection is mostly spectacular.

    • Anonymous

      There are some brilliant looks in this collection, but the styling was in bad taste.

    • Anonymous

      I dunno. 

      I don’t have a problem with the styling.  I think it’s a really fun homage to Amy.  And the disheveled styling isn’t new to JPG. Remember the Fall 2011 collection where the models wore skewed gray beehive wigs and then peeled off a piece of clothing and tossed it in a heap at the end of the runway?

      Is it too soon to do an Amy inspired show?  Sure – it took me almost a year and a half to get over the death of my mother and I ‘m still sometimes a huge wreck over it when I think about it for too long.

      However, the bottom line is Amy was, and still is, a pop culture icon.  This is just the beginning of her visage popping up as tributes. 

      I certianly don’t think JPG meant any disrespect because, when you think about it, Amy Winehouse cultivated her look from ’50s bad girls so the look is not mutually exclusive to her.  Howeverr, in this case it is very referential.

      • Anonymous

        I think that’s the thing. Amy created an image that was way larger than life and her. That beehive and styling is going to be linked to her for a very long time. There’s no way the family can control how that image is used, although they would obviously like to.
        Mitch Winehouse stated that he objected to her image being used to sell clothes, and I think that’s where the gulf is. He’s seeing it as a commercial, marketing choice whereas I’d guess JPG just saw her as his inspiration and muse for that collection. It’s certainly got the collection a bit of added publicity but whether that was intentional depends on how cynically you look at it. 

        • Lisa

          I can totally understand how her family would see this as a cheap commercialization of their dead daughter, and I understand their feelings.  But for the rest of us, she was an icon – I don’t have a problem with the styling.  I guess because I’m a fan and not a relative, I see it as a great homage to Amy, not just an opportunity for JPG.

          • http://twitter.com/foodycatAlicia foodycatAlicia

            Her parents were the ones who rushed the posthumous album out in time for the Christmas sales, weren’t they? I know the proceeds are going to the Foundation, but I thought that that was pretty crass commercialisation of an image.

            • Anonymous

              That might be a good gesture on JPG’s part– to donate a portion of the profit from these clothes to the foundation.

          • Anonymous

            i wonder too if the family is struggling with their own images of amy as opposed to her iconic image which is admittedly trashy and proud.  i’m sure it would be difficult to see your own daughter in that way. 

      • Anonymous

        dont feel bad, my mother died in 1993 & i still havent gotten over it. life is sad & hard & that is one of the saddest & hardest things, i think.

    • Anonymous

      I’m kind of digging the girl-Hugh-Hefner pajamas in look 2, even though I despise the playboy dynasty.  Maybe I’m digging its subversiveness?

      Or maybe that shit just looks cool.

    • Anonymous

      sorry, jp, i’m usually a fan but this just looks trashy to me.  it’s such hard work to get past the styling to see the pieces that i’m exhausted.

    • Anonymous

      well, since JPG has no need to pander–& it wouldnt make any difference to his clientele if he had–i see this is more homage than opportunism. he is, after all, from pretty close to the same milieu or at least he is milieu-adjacent. especially since over the last thirty years pop culture has been all about the ripping off of others in the guise of appropriation or sampling, i cant see how this is worse than that. especially, redux, since all of that has gotten far more overwhelmingly ubiquitous in the recent past, from the amy years on down. she did it herself, for heavens sake–& to her credit i am sure she would admit it. did she precisely invent a whole lot of her style? any of it? would she say she did?

      it’s not a bad collection, it’s very obviously lively & well made JPG w/ a touch of sadness & maybe even some sympathy or empathy which, oddly, her parents seem to be missing. it’s not mainstream work, JPG is more artist than money maniac & i think were she here she might like it herself & perhaps even be proud that a serious designer took her image in homage.

    • Anonymous

      I love much of this collection, especially the third look down. It has a lace-up corset style back that is just stunning. Now that Lee McQueen is gone, JPG is the king of sharp tailoring.

      • Anonymous

        I love the third look too.  The corset thing has been done to death and this looks so fresh.

      • Anonymous

        I think it’s just a little cincher over a dress. I was studying up the detail shots to see if it was built in, it might be, but I think it’s just the same fabric. There’s loads of waist cincher corsets peppered through the collection (Mr Pearl has been busy). It’s a good look, I wish more people would wear corsets as part of a tailored outfit. There’s a jacket there (not pictured) I covet with a corset busk to fasten it, and that silver parka has a laced up back too!

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_AYJXYZTRV62VJRGOT5ZJIRCOBY Hollywood Cougar

      Lurve the pj’s — not liking the accentuated hip on much of the rest.

    • http://www.wordydoodles.com WordyDoodles

      Can someone please pull the model’s finger out of her mouth?

    • http://profiles.google.com/dchockeyguy Trevor Burroughs

      Didn’t Madonna wear a couple of those in the 90′s?

    • Anonymous

      The woman with the orange hair needs to get her finger out of her mouth. Twice.

      • Anonymous

        Poor thing, she must have some lettuce really stuck deeply into her teeth. I can’t imagine any other reason for her to have her finger in her mouth so firmly while onstage. And her expression further suggests she is in some unfortunate discomfort. Bless her heart.

    • http://twitter.com/pelto Elsbeth Jane

      Is it me, or do several of those pencil skirts need a good steam? Who sends wrinkled cloths down the runway? 

    • Anonymous

      *LOVE* the white “backwards” dress with the somewhat-abstracted “g” on the front.  tres adorable.

    • Anonymous

      Too soon? No way! Right on time! With Love.

    • http://orangtunes.blogspot.com BIG MAC

      The leather varsity jacket is amazing. I want it!