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Rick Owens Lilies dress, Rick Owens Naska SS 2012 clutch and thigh-high boots.

My blog was recently featured in Grazia's "News" section. You may read the full article here.

17 comments:

CULTstyle said...

Oh wow those boots are beautiful X

CULTStyle

Andrea said...

fabulous dress..the cut is amazing!

Anonymous said...

Fantastico!!!!!!

FashionEtiquette said...

bella.

Linda Famularcano said...

Thank you for your comment! Liking your blog, so I've started following you ;)

Cool outfit (^_^) x

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O D Y S S E Y said...

congratulations on the feature!
your skin looks extra lovely here...like porcelain. :)

SUE. said...

thanks for your comments ;) beautiful dress!

Jessie said...

love the rick owens clutch!

Opposite lipstick said...

love!
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Mika said...

the drape on that dress is gorgeous.

t said...

Congrats on the feature!

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Emma said...

This has probably been asked before, but I'm one of those silent lurkers who's gone months without ever clicking to read your comments. Why do you choose to exclusively wear Rick Owens?

I like your blog and clothes, of course. Why not cop some of the beautiful pieces other designers design?

THE DIVINITUS said...

Emma, a very simple answer: because I'm not interested in "beauty" per se...

I'm interested in original designs, casual, wearable (emphasis on wearable), well fitted, discreetly dark (emphasis on discreetly) and futuristic styles which also need to be somewhat elegant. I find those in only a few; pioneer of indie asymmetry - Complexgeometries (the earlier, made of thick cotton collections were crisp and clear like Le Corbusier architecture to me, the later ones became too much of goth cliche), elements of more elegant than dark Helmut Lang, and Rick Owens as currently - winning the race. Besides meeting my origin and visual criteria, his pieces are outstanding in cut and fit (i/e crucial to me narrow and hi-cut sleeves; he was a pattern maker and he's one of few designers who still does it.) Then comes prose of life, aka practicality: to obtain as many ensembles from as little [pieces] as possible... with limited resources and wide needs, coming from one source makes the most of it.

You may read more about my fashion view here.

Emma said...

Ah, thank you for getting back to me.

As I was writing that comment. Complex Geometries and Helmut Lang were exactly who I was thinking of for this style. I have very similar taste and values to you but a different budget, so I've found Lang's draped items to be a more affordable alternative to Rick's. I think many MMM pieces (especially those black tabi boots) mix well with a wardrobe like this.

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Martina said...

Cute blog =) Visit my blog and if you like it follow me http://pleasestrikeapose.blogspot.it/ If you are interested in getting free clothes and accessories leave a comment on my blog or send me an email ( pleasestrikeapose@live.com ) with your email address and link of your blog! Xoxo Martina p.s. there is also a giveaway but if you are interested in the getting free clothes please send me before of taking part in the giveaway the email

Lisa said...

loving this outfit!

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