Everyone seems to want to flash the cleavage at the moment! From Kim Kardashian and Ciara at Paris Fashion Week to Gwyneth Paltrow who has been shooting a Hugo Boss campaign in LA. Let’s celebrate because the “girls” are definitely on show!!
Kim K …… The low cut is absolutely fine, I have no issue with that, it’s the boobs spilling out on either side as well as more flesh baring cut outs across the stomach which to me is all just far too much. And I’m sorry Kim, but this outfit just screams cheap to me. Adding a rich, dark colour to the lips can’t “class up” this bizarre, misshapen and totally unflattering dress!!
Also at Paris Fashion Week …
Ciara’s outfit whilst I don’t love it, does show the girls in a more appropriate and fashion conscious way. And the same can be said for Gwyneth at her LA shoot for Hugo Boss shoot.
TBH I think the main reason why I find this look so much more appealing on Ciara and indeed Gwyneth is the fact that they have smaller breasts. I’m sorry but once your cup size goes past the letter D in the alphabet, keep your boobs covered unless you want to be featured on Fashion Police’s “Starlet or Streetwalker” and believe me Joan Rivers, Kelly Osbourne, Giuliana Rancic and Georgie Porgie will not be voting for the first option!!
…… one of the most anticipated 7 days of the entire year! However, critics are saying the catwalk displays in the City last week warranted headlines BUT for all the wrong reasons.
Even the fabulous, iconic Kate Moss and “It” model of the moment Cara Delevingne looked dare I say it …. absolute frights! They both donned what looks like very bad, tacky, cheap acrylic black wigs. Surely the designers could have found better materials than this? My local costume shop around the corner has better quality wigs for parties at £5 eh!
You’d think these were the worst looks of the week wouldn’t you? Oh no, then you saw the shaggy sheep dog hair and orthopedic style shoes which showed on the Stella McCartney runway!
If these items are representative of forthcoming trends, I give up! I totally understand that designers do take looks on the catwalk as far as possible and some are meant to be tongue in cheek and taken with a pinch of salt. But just how is the average female supposed to translate these looks and recreate them for a day’s shopping or a night out? They’d look ridiculous! I mean would you seriously wear these shoes with a fine silk skirt or trousers?????