So let's talk about that Carolina Herrera dress. Don't let this image fool you. I would wear this non-stop, from gala events to eating gala apples on my couch. It was a steal. I probably would have bribed Simon Doonan (love you Doons) to authenticate the others so this delight wouldn't have been left behind. Yes, after her sketchy dresses were unprovable, consigner Jessica took her perfectly-engineered treasure off into the wind, never to be heard from again, which is a real shame. That dress was something a sophisticated ribbon dancer would wear to her first night at the opera with her banker husband. She would twirl and everyone would know she was different, just a little more special than the rest of society.
I'm sorry, just had a moment there. With you now.
Yeah, just watched your first episode, although with mad fashion, america's top model, and Rachel Zoe Project. I am getting kinda burnt out on everyone else's opinion of what great fashion is. It's starting to remind me of that episode of "I Love Lucy" where Ricky and Fred get their wives a couple of horse feedbags and call it "High Couture" Anyhow, about your scene when you go to that chick, Eva's place to check out her closet, I agree nothing says glamour and class than a huge red,neon sign that says,"F*cking Hell" Really? Get over yourselves, would ya???