Today I heard about fashion and the influence it has had recently on professional women dressing more modestly. One woman who understands how women choose their clothes and can discuss fashion and style is fashion consultant Marie-Therese Norris.
The question that looms is who shall I be today and what image do I want to project? Many style icons ask this question and have cited it when describing the process of how they dress. It acknowledges that we have fluid appearances, and that we can change the way we’re perceived at the drop of a hat.
One thing I have watched sporadically is the wild output of so many people that are involved in Paris Fashion Week. With today being the last day, I will offer my take on it.
Today I’m sharing a morsel of fashion history that many of you may not be aware of. These days every celebrity is a fashion designer. But you may not know that one of the forerunners of celebrity fashion designer was not a musician or a movie star. It was Amelia Earhart.
This fall winter season, nothing strikes me as groundbreaking probably because I’ve seen it before, but here is my list:
This week being fashion week in New York, I was compelled to write about fashion. Not on the images I’ve seen but on those that I haven’t seen. I’ve always been fascinated by the power found in suits. It’s part physical, part cultural.