Sincere apologies for not writing in three weeks. Did I just break a record for being M.I.A. in fashion? I have 162 unread posts on Bloglovin’. But to keep up with the mystique of the fashion blogger, I can’t tell you what I’ve been up to until it’s over (e.g. would we ever know what Bryanboy‘s job is? Who take’s Chicmuse‘s photos in public? What school does Tavi go to? How does Rumi upload 6 outfit posts a week and still have a life? WHAT DOES KNIGHTCAT LOOK LIKE?). DUN DUN DUN. Just know that I’ve been very VERY busy lately and I exhaust my creative juices ERRDAY.
But the Eye is still open. And look what it found in Elle Canada’s May 2009 issue. Usually Elle Canada editorials are like what professional fashion bloggers produce on a bigger budget, with horrible titles. But I found a rare jewel.
It’s an epic eye candy kebab with dollops of bodacious bling! (Do I get extra marks for alliteration?) The positioning and proportion of the model’s faces are perfection, when you hold the editorial in print and flip the pages, the models are looking straight at you on the same spot on every page! And since it’s in a fashion magazine, we completely forget how nonfunctional 10 pounds of jewelry is on a girl that’s 16. Especially the second last model. I wouldn’t be surprised if I saw her in my classroom come September. (Actually, on second thought, I would be. I’d ask for autographs.) It’s like the World War I movie All Quiet on the Western Front when the commander looks at a new fleet of soldiers and exclaim that new enlistees were getting younger and younger. Fashion is a sartorial battlefield.
Okay I’ll stop blabbering and continue acting mysterious. Just know that when I come back, you can expect a Noah’s Ark flood of photos. (Animals not included.)