|Yes, that is 'good taste & stylish' - you will just blend in and wear what everyone is wearing!|
|A true German original- fashion designer and all-round genius Harald Glöckler- Taste? Style? No to both but he is himself even if he looks like Liza Minelli after a hormone treatment which went wrong! He deserves his medal!!|
But for fairness I must also say that Berlin Fashion Week is getting better and better every year. It is transforming from a 'fashion- student- like- joke- event' with loads of above mentioned paper- garbage dresses which make you cringe in front of hardly assembled international press in embarrassment, to an almost world wide accepted fashion event with serious yet creative fashion, shown in a professional way. I am also proud of my country in regards the the fact that the Germans are not yet completely brain dead in regards to the meanwhile globally infectious society illness of 'suspicous consumption' like the UK and the USA. There people for example here in London who are camping out the night in front of a H& M store when H&M is about to launch one of its famous designer collaborations on that day. Honestly, those people- I would just love to tell them:' Get a live'! And that says some one whose life is fashion, but I never ever would give up a nights sleep to get my hands on a pair of cheaply produced trousers even if the label says 'Versace for H&M.
Sorry, now it's me who lost the plot. Actually the above paragraphs were mend to be just a short introduction for a very funny blog post I have found on this website http://www.hostelbookers.com/. The blog post is called 50 Unforgettable Fashion Trends. It covers everything from fashions our ancestor considered beautiful and now disgust us like the Chinese lotus feet to meanwhile true fashion classics like the mini skirt. From the obscure like the pollution mask to the newly revived traditional folk fashion like the German dirndl- again a must-have for every busty or not so busty woman at the Munich Oktoberfest!
Learn, read and have fun with ....50 Unforgettable Fashion Trends
|The original 'Little Black Dress' from 1926 by Chanel- Mademoiselle Coco set the trend for this must-have item almost a century ago!|
|Twiggy in Mary Quant- the 'ini Skirt' - the super trend of the 20th century!!|
|The Nigerian 'Gele' on Erika Badhu- looks just amazing and as for a trend- you must be quite confident to be seen with it but it is just amazing|
Again please click on the second or third link above and have a laugh or learn something especially now when the 'Circus of Vanities' has started with the men collections already and the women are going to see what is 'hot' and what is 'not' for Autumn/ Winter 2012 very soon.
Enjoy, your Fashion Philosopher