Thursday, October 20, 2011

End of an Era


"No Smoke Without Fire" - British Vogue - November 2004 / via: Ready Set Fashion

Inspired by Saint Laurent’s “Opium” era, Tom Ford’s final collection for Yves Saint Laurent was full of chinoiserie.
I'm continuously referencing Tom Ford era YSL. I feel my version is reminiscent of his FW 2002 collection as well.
velvet chinoiserie
Banana Republic velvet jacket, Zac Posen for Target skirt,
ebay boots, rhinestone bracelet


8 comments:

  1. I hope you had a great trip! You went to New York right?

    And I can't believe that jacket is from Banana Republic - I never see anything that beautiful whenever I wonder in there.

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  2. lin: yes NY. Thanks the BR jacket was a special collaboration they did when Memoirs of Geisha came out.

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  3. His color schemes were always so gorgeous. My favourite deep jewel tones. I had a scented candle once that was blackberry tobacco and I always put Ford and this scent together even though the scent wasn't by him.

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  4. Is it weird that I prefer his YSL work to what he does now?

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  5. Syed: Not at all, I will always prefer his YSL era. Though I've read in an interview that what he does now is more in-line with his YSL customer than his Gucci one.

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  6. did you do any shopping in NY?
    ahh, the YSL opium era...pure decadence and luxury!
    now, let's see this ensemble on you. :)

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