Juli Alvarez (thisfashionwitch) is a NYC-based fashion editor and writer. A true believer in the magic of authentic style & the transformative powers of fashion, this blog is a personal celebration of creativity and forward-thinking design. You can email me
PFW: COMME COMME
From the totally WACK main line of monsters to the totally WEARABLE COMME COMME line of subversive school-girls, there will be plenty to pick from the various CDG labels this fall. I for one might not be wearing  a plastic hair ornament on my head (reminds me of my cat BOOBOO who would chew any piece of plastic he could get his paws on, sorry I digress), but I WILL be wearing all these wonderful layered coats, capes, bow-decorated pieces and newly fabricated drop-crotch trousers. For your every-day cool, you just can’t beat COMME COMME.
TFW PFW: COMME COMME
From the totally WACK main line of monsters to the totally WEARABLE COMME COMME line of subversive school-girls, there will be plenty to pick from the various CDG labels this fall. I for one might not be wearing  a plastic hair ornament on my head (reminds me of my cat BOOBOO who would chew any piece of plastic he could get his paws on, sorry I digress), but I WILL be wearing all these wonderful layered coats, capes, bow-decorated pieces and newly fabricated drop-crotch trousers. For your every-day cool, you just can’t beat COMME COMME.
TFW PFW: COMME COMME
From the totally WACK main line of monsters to the totally WEARABLE COMME COMME line of subversive school-girls, there will be plenty to pick from the various CDG labels this fall. I for one might not be wearing  a plastic hair ornament on my head (reminds me of my cat BOOBOO who would chew any piece of plastic he could get his paws on, sorry I digress), but I WILL be wearing all these wonderful layered coats, capes, bow-decorated pieces and newly fabricated drop-crotch trousers. For your every-day cool, you just can’t beat COMME COMME.
TFW PFW: COMME COMME
From the totally WACK main line of monsters to the totally WEARABLE COMME COMME line of subversive school-girls, there will be plenty to pick from the various CDG labels this fall. I for one might not be wearing  a plastic hair ornament on my head (reminds me of my cat BOOBOO who would chew any piece of plastic he could get his paws on, sorry I digress), but I WILL be wearing all these wonderful layered coats, capes, bow-decorated pieces and newly fabricated drop-crotch trousers. For your every-day cool, you just can’t beat COMME COMME.
TFW PFW: COMME COMME
From the totally WACK main line of monsters to the totally WEARABLE COMME COMME line of subversive school-girls, there will be plenty to pick from the various CDG labels this fall. I for one might not be wearing  a plastic hair ornament on my head (reminds me of my cat BOOBOO who would chew any piece of plastic he could get his paws on, sorry I digress), but I WILL be wearing all these wonderful layered coats, capes, bow-decorated pieces and newly fabricated drop-crotch trousers. For your every-day cool, you just can’t beat COMME COMME.
TFW PFW: COMME COMME
From the totally WACK main line of monsters to the totally WEARABLE COMME COMME line of subversive school-girls, there will be plenty to pick from the various CDG labels this fall. I for one might not be wearing  a plastic hair ornament on my head (reminds me of my cat BOOBOO who would chew any piece of plastic he could get his paws on, sorry I digress), but I WILL be wearing all these wonderful layered coats, capes, bow-decorated pieces and newly fabricated drop-crotch trousers. For your every-day cool, you just can’t beat COMME COMME.
TFW PFW: COMME COMME
From the totally WACK main line of monsters to the totally WEARABLE COMME COMME line of subversive school-girls, there will be plenty to pick from the various CDG labels this fall. I for one might not be wearing  a plastic hair ornament on my head (reminds me of my cat BOOBOO who would chew any piece of plastic he could get his paws on, sorry I digress), but I WILL be wearing all these wonderful layered coats, capes, bow-decorated pieces and newly fabricated drop-crotch trousers. For your every-day cool, you just can’t beat COMME COMME.
TFW

    PFW: COMME COMME

    From the totally WACK main line of monsters to the totally WEARABLE COMME COMME line of subversive school-girls, there will be plenty to pick from the various CDG labels this fall. I for one might not be wearing  a plastic hair ornament on my head (reminds me of my cat BOOBOO who would chew any piece of plastic he could get his paws on, sorry I digress), but I WILL be wearing all these wonderful layered coats, capes, bow-decorated pieces and newly fabricated drop-crotch trousers. For your every-day cool, you just can’t beat COMME COMME.

    TFW

    PFW: COMME DES GARCONS
Just when you thought it was safe to dip your toe in……nope, not ready quite yet. Rei Kawakubo is still making her point. Damn it all to hell. Who needs real clothes? Or comfort? Or wearability? Not us we say…..even if we don’t really mean it. The fall collection entitled MONSTERS doesn’t really scare me, they’re more like the ‘can’t help but love em’ anyway animated monsters’ that steal our hearts in all those kooky kiddy films. This collection is a little like that. It just makes me love her even more. Green lips and all. 
TFW
(ps. she does make some awesome shoes though now doesn’t she?…and those tights!!! See what I mean?) PFW: COMME DES GARCONS
Just when you thought it was safe to dip your toe in……nope, not ready quite yet. Rei Kawakubo is still making her point. Damn it all to hell. Who needs real clothes? Or comfort? Or wearability? Not us we say…..even if we don’t really mean it. The fall collection entitled MONSTERS doesn’t really scare me, they’re more like the ‘can’t help but love em’ anyway animated monsters’ that steal our hearts in all those kooky kiddy films. This collection is a little like that. It just makes me love her even more. Green lips and all. 
TFW
(ps. she does make some awesome shoes though now doesn’t she?…and those tights!!! See what I mean?) PFW: COMME DES GARCONS
Just when you thought it was safe to dip your toe in……nope, not ready quite yet. Rei Kawakubo is still making her point. Damn it all to hell. Who needs real clothes? Or comfort? Or wearability? Not us we say…..even if we don’t really mean it. The fall collection entitled MONSTERS doesn’t really scare me, they’re more like the ‘can’t help but love em’ anyway animated monsters’ that steal our hearts in all those kooky kiddy films. This collection is a little like that. It just makes me love her even more. Green lips and all. 
TFW
(ps. she does make some awesome shoes though now doesn’t she?…and those tights!!! See what I mean?) PFW: COMME DES GARCONS
Just when you thought it was safe to dip your toe in……nope, not ready quite yet. Rei Kawakubo is still making her point. Damn it all to hell. Who needs real clothes? Or comfort? Or wearability? Not us we say…..even if we don’t really mean it. The fall collection entitled MONSTERS doesn’t really scare me, they’re more like the ‘can’t help but love em’ anyway animated monsters’ that steal our hearts in all those kooky kiddy films. This collection is a little like that. It just makes me love her even more. Green lips and all. 
TFW
(ps. she does make some awesome shoes though now doesn’t she?…and those tights!!! See what I mean?) PFW: COMME DES GARCONS
Just when you thought it was safe to dip your toe in……nope, not ready quite yet. Rei Kawakubo is still making her point. Damn it all to hell. Who needs real clothes? Or comfort? Or wearability? Not us we say…..even if we don’t really mean it. The fall collection entitled MONSTERS doesn’t really scare me, they’re more like the ‘can’t help but love em’ anyway animated monsters’ that steal our hearts in all those kooky kiddy films. This collection is a little like that. It just makes me love her even more. Green lips and all. 
TFW
(ps. she does make some awesome shoes though now doesn’t she?…and those tights!!! See what I mean?) PFW: COMME DES GARCONS
Just when you thought it was safe to dip your toe in……nope, not ready quite yet. Rei Kawakubo is still making her point. Damn it all to hell. Who needs real clothes? Or comfort? Or wearability? Not us we say…..even if we don’t really mean it. The fall collection entitled MONSTERS doesn’t really scare me, they’re more like the ‘can’t help but love em’ anyway animated monsters’ that steal our hearts in all those kooky kiddy films. This collection is a little like that. It just makes me love her even more. Green lips and all. 
TFW
(ps. she does make some awesome shoes though now doesn’t she?…and those tights!!! See what I mean?) PFW: COMME DES GARCONS
Just when you thought it was safe to dip your toe in……nope, not ready quite yet. Rei Kawakubo is still making her point. Damn it all to hell. Who needs real clothes? Or comfort? Or wearability? Not us we say…..even if we don’t really mean it. The fall collection entitled MONSTERS doesn’t really scare me, they’re more like the ‘can’t help but love em’ anyway animated monsters’ that steal our hearts in all those kooky kiddy films. This collection is a little like that. It just makes me love her even more. Green lips and all. 
TFW
(ps. she does make some awesome shoes though now doesn’t she?…and those tights!!! See what I mean?) PFW: COMME DES GARCONS
Just when you thought it was safe to dip your toe in……nope, not ready quite yet. Rei Kawakubo is still making her point. Damn it all to hell. Who needs real clothes? Or comfort? Or wearability? Not us we say…..even if we don’t really mean it. The fall collection entitled MONSTERS doesn’t really scare me, they’re more like the ‘can’t help but love em’ anyway animated monsters’ that steal our hearts in all those kooky kiddy films. This collection is a little like that. It just makes me love her even more. Green lips and all. 
TFW
(ps. she does make some awesome shoes though now doesn’t she?…and those tights!!! See what I mean?)

      PFW: COMME DES GARCONS

      Just when you thought it was safe to dip your toe in……nope, not ready quite yet. Rei Kawakubo is still making her point. Damn it all to hell. Who needs real clothes? Or comfort? Or wearability? Not us we say…..even if we don’t really mean it. The fall collection entitled MONSTERS doesn’t really scare me, they’re more like the ‘can’t help but love em’ anyway animated monsters’ that steal our hearts in all those kooky kiddy films. This collection is a little like that. It just makes me love her even more. Green lips and all. 

      TFW

      (ps. she does make some awesome shoes though now doesn’t she?…and those tights!!! See what I mean?)

      OP-ART
It might have been chock full of optical illusions and dizzying patterns bursting out of electric-shock shades, but this DRIES VAN NOTEN collection was not only a thing of beauty but a full-on display of modern wearable clothes. The colors alone could make anyone happy. Orange crush, acid lemon, Warhol pink, berry pitched against periwinkle. Truly a gorgeous, delicious (and very deliberate) mish-mash of color combos. Van Noten is a brilliant colorist, and he proves that every season, but this time around he sharpened his lines where it usually feels blurred (you know, more romantic), kept his fit easy and sophisticated (no slashed hooker mini’s for DVN), the way women SHOULD wear their clothes, well in my humble opinion anyway. Beautiful coats and chunky knits worn with roomy, oversized clutches and elegant forties-inspired t-straps and clean ankle boots. Not over-intellectualized or snobby, Van Noten’s fall collection  is exactly what it purports to be. Beautiful. Desirable. Inspired. And thankfully, wearable.
TFW OP-ART
It might have been chock full of optical illusions and dizzying patterns bursting out of electric-shock shades, but this DRIES VAN NOTEN collection was not only a thing of beauty but a full-on display of modern wearable clothes. The colors alone could make anyone happy. Orange crush, acid lemon, Warhol pink, berry pitched against periwinkle. Truly a gorgeous, delicious (and very deliberate) mish-mash of color combos. Van Noten is a brilliant colorist, and he proves that every season, but this time around he sharpened his lines where it usually feels blurred (you know, more romantic), kept his fit easy and sophisticated (no slashed hooker mini’s for DVN), the way women SHOULD wear their clothes, well in my humble opinion anyway. Beautiful coats and chunky knits worn with roomy, oversized clutches and elegant forties-inspired t-straps and clean ankle boots. Not over-intellectualized or snobby, Van Noten’s fall collection  is exactly what it purports to be. Beautiful. Desirable. Inspired. And thankfully, wearable.
TFW OP-ART
It might have been chock full of optical illusions and dizzying patterns bursting out of electric-shock shades, but this DRIES VAN NOTEN collection was not only a thing of beauty but a full-on display of modern wearable clothes. The colors alone could make anyone happy. Orange crush, acid lemon, Warhol pink, berry pitched against periwinkle. Truly a gorgeous, delicious (and very deliberate) mish-mash of color combos. Van Noten is a brilliant colorist, and he proves that every season, but this time around he sharpened his lines where it usually feels blurred (you know, more romantic), kept his fit easy and sophisticated (no slashed hooker mini’s for DVN), the way women SHOULD wear their clothes, well in my humble opinion anyway. Beautiful coats and chunky knits worn with roomy, oversized clutches and elegant forties-inspired t-straps and clean ankle boots. Not over-intellectualized or snobby, Van Noten’s fall collection  is exactly what it purports to be. Beautiful. Desirable. Inspired. And thankfully, wearable.
TFW OP-ART
It might have been chock full of optical illusions and dizzying patterns bursting out of electric-shock shades, but this DRIES VAN NOTEN collection was not only a thing of beauty but a full-on display of modern wearable clothes. The colors alone could make anyone happy. Orange crush, acid lemon, Warhol pink, berry pitched against periwinkle. Truly a gorgeous, delicious (and very deliberate) mish-mash of color combos. Van Noten is a brilliant colorist, and he proves that every season, but this time around he sharpened his lines where it usually feels blurred (you know, more romantic), kept his fit easy and sophisticated (no slashed hooker mini’s for DVN), the way women SHOULD wear their clothes, well in my humble opinion anyway. Beautiful coats and chunky knits worn with roomy, oversized clutches and elegant forties-inspired t-straps and clean ankle boots. Not over-intellectualized or snobby, Van Noten’s fall collection  is exactly what it purports to be. Beautiful. Desirable. Inspired. And thankfully, wearable.
TFW OP-ART
It might have been chock full of optical illusions and dizzying patterns bursting out of electric-shock shades, but this DRIES VAN NOTEN collection was not only a thing of beauty but a full-on display of modern wearable clothes. The colors alone could make anyone happy. Orange crush, acid lemon, Warhol pink, berry pitched against periwinkle. Truly a gorgeous, delicious (and very deliberate) mish-mash of color combos. Van Noten is a brilliant colorist, and he proves that every season, but this time around he sharpened his lines where it usually feels blurred (you know, more romantic), kept his fit easy and sophisticated (no slashed hooker mini’s for DVN), the way women SHOULD wear their clothes, well in my humble opinion anyway. Beautiful coats and chunky knits worn with roomy, oversized clutches and elegant forties-inspired t-straps and clean ankle boots. Not over-intellectualized or snobby, Van Noten’s fall collection  is exactly what it purports to be. Beautiful. Desirable. Inspired. And thankfully, wearable.
TFW OP-ART
It might have been chock full of optical illusions and dizzying patterns bursting out of electric-shock shades, but this DRIES VAN NOTEN collection was not only a thing of beauty but a full-on display of modern wearable clothes. The colors alone could make anyone happy. Orange crush, acid lemon, Warhol pink, berry pitched against periwinkle. Truly a gorgeous, delicious (and very deliberate) mish-mash of color combos. Van Noten is a brilliant colorist, and he proves that every season, but this time around he sharpened his lines where it usually feels blurred (you know, more romantic), kept his fit easy and sophisticated (no slashed hooker mini’s for DVN), the way women SHOULD wear their clothes, well in my humble opinion anyway. Beautiful coats and chunky knits worn with roomy, oversized clutches and elegant forties-inspired t-straps and clean ankle boots. Not over-intellectualized or snobby, Van Noten’s fall collection  is exactly what it purports to be. Beautiful. Desirable. Inspired. And thankfully, wearable.
TFW OP-ART
It might have been chock full of optical illusions and dizzying patterns bursting out of electric-shock shades, but this DRIES VAN NOTEN collection was not only a thing of beauty but a full-on display of modern wearable clothes. The colors alone could make anyone happy. Orange crush, acid lemon, Warhol pink, berry pitched against periwinkle. Truly a gorgeous, delicious (and very deliberate) mish-mash of color combos. Van Noten is a brilliant colorist, and he proves that every season, but this time around he sharpened his lines where it usually feels blurred (you know, more romantic), kept his fit easy and sophisticated (no slashed hooker mini’s for DVN), the way women SHOULD wear their clothes, well in my humble opinion anyway. Beautiful coats and chunky knits worn with roomy, oversized clutches and elegant forties-inspired t-straps and clean ankle boots. Not over-intellectualized or snobby, Van Noten’s fall collection  is exactly what it purports to be. Beautiful. Desirable. Inspired. And thankfully, wearable.
TFW OP-ART
It might have been chock full of optical illusions and dizzying patterns bursting out of electric-shock shades, but this DRIES VAN NOTEN collection was not only a thing of beauty but a full-on display of modern wearable clothes. The colors alone could make anyone happy. Orange crush, acid lemon, Warhol pink, berry pitched against periwinkle. Truly a gorgeous, delicious (and very deliberate) mish-mash of color combos. Van Noten is a brilliant colorist, and he proves that every season, but this time around he sharpened his lines where it usually feels blurred (you know, more romantic), kept his fit easy and sophisticated (no slashed hooker mini’s for DVN), the way women SHOULD wear their clothes, well in my humble opinion anyway. Beautiful coats and chunky knits worn with roomy, oversized clutches and elegant forties-inspired t-straps and clean ankle boots. Not over-intellectualized or snobby, Van Noten’s fall collection  is exactly what it purports to be. Beautiful. Desirable. Inspired. And thankfully, wearable.
TFW OP-ART
It might have been chock full of optical illusions and dizzying patterns bursting out of electric-shock shades, but this DRIES VAN NOTEN collection was not only a thing of beauty but a full-on display of modern wearable clothes. The colors alone could make anyone happy. Orange crush, acid lemon, Warhol pink, berry pitched against periwinkle. Truly a gorgeous, delicious (and very deliberate) mish-mash of color combos. Van Noten is a brilliant colorist, and he proves that every season, but this time around he sharpened his lines where it usually feels blurred (you know, more romantic), kept his fit easy and sophisticated (no slashed hooker mini’s for DVN), the way women SHOULD wear their clothes, well in my humble opinion anyway. Beautiful coats and chunky knits worn with roomy, oversized clutches and elegant forties-inspired t-straps and clean ankle boots. Not over-intellectualized or snobby, Van Noten’s fall collection  is exactly what it purports to be. Beautiful. Desirable. Inspired. And thankfully, wearable.
TFW OP-ART
It might have been chock full of optical illusions and dizzying patterns bursting out of electric-shock shades, but this DRIES VAN NOTEN collection was not only a thing of beauty but a full-on display of modern wearable clothes. The colors alone could make anyone happy. Orange crush, acid lemon, Warhol pink, berry pitched against periwinkle. Truly a gorgeous, delicious (and very deliberate) mish-mash of color combos. Van Noten is a brilliant colorist, and he proves that every season, but this time around he sharpened his lines where it usually feels blurred (you know, more romantic), kept his fit easy and sophisticated (no slashed hooker mini’s for DVN), the way women SHOULD wear their clothes, well in my humble opinion anyway. Beautiful coats and chunky knits worn with roomy, oversized clutches and elegant forties-inspired t-straps and clean ankle boots. Not over-intellectualized or snobby, Van Noten’s fall collection  is exactly what it purports to be. Beautiful. Desirable. Inspired. And thankfully, wearable.
TFW

        OP-ART

        It might have been chock full of optical illusions and dizzying patterns bursting out of electric-shock shades, but this DRIES VAN NOTEN collection was not only a thing of beauty but a full-on display of modern wearable clothes. The colors alone could make anyone happy. Orange crush, acid lemon, Warhol pink, berry pitched against periwinkle. Truly a gorgeous, delicious (and very deliberate) mish-mash of color combos. Van Noten is a brilliant colorist, and he proves that every season, but this time around he sharpened his lines where it usually feels blurred (you know, more romantic), kept his fit easy and sophisticated (no slashed hooker mini’s for DVN), the way women SHOULD wear their clothes, well in my humble opinion anyway. Beautiful coats and chunky knits worn with roomy, oversized clutches and elegant forties-inspired t-straps and clean ankle boots. Not over-intellectualized or snobby, Van Noten’s fall collection  is exactly what it purports to be. Beautiful. Desirable. Inspired. And thankfully, wearable.

        TFW

        FALL 2014 TRENDS: KNITWEAR
In the middle of one of the most fierce winters on record, all these super comfy, cozy knits parading down the catwalks for next fall/winter look mighty delicious. Don’t you just want to bury yourself deep into these thick, warm looks and come out when spring appears? Just don’t mistake these power-knits as one of the usual suspects for protection against the winter elements. These knits have shape, volume, pattern, beautiful hues and plenty of chic. The bonus is that they’re warm and comfortable, thank you dear designers for that.
All you need is a chunky shoe and you’re ready for anything. Let’s hope.
TFW
(from top: The Row, The Row, Calvin Klein, Calvin Klein, Joseph, Joseph) FALL 2014 TRENDS: KNITWEAR
In the middle of one of the most fierce winters on record, all these super comfy, cozy knits parading down the catwalks for next fall/winter look mighty delicious. Don’t you just want to bury yourself deep into these thick, warm looks and come out when spring appears? Just don’t mistake these power-knits as one of the usual suspects for protection against the winter elements. These knits have shape, volume, pattern, beautiful hues and plenty of chic. The bonus is that they’re warm and comfortable, thank you dear designers for that.
All you need is a chunky shoe and you’re ready for anything. Let’s hope.
TFW
(from top: The Row, The Row, Calvin Klein, Calvin Klein, Joseph, Joseph) FALL 2014 TRENDS: KNITWEAR
In the middle of one of the most fierce winters on record, all these super comfy, cozy knits parading down the catwalks for next fall/winter look mighty delicious. Don’t you just want to bury yourself deep into these thick, warm looks and come out when spring appears? Just don’t mistake these power-knits as one of the usual suspects for protection against the winter elements. These knits have shape, volume, pattern, beautiful hues and plenty of chic. The bonus is that they’re warm and comfortable, thank you dear designers for that.
All you need is a chunky shoe and you’re ready for anything. Let’s hope.
TFW
(from top: The Row, The Row, Calvin Klein, Calvin Klein, Joseph, Joseph) FALL 2014 TRENDS: KNITWEAR
In the middle of one of the most fierce winters on record, all these super comfy, cozy knits parading down the catwalks for next fall/winter look mighty delicious. Don’t you just want to bury yourself deep into these thick, warm looks and come out when spring appears? Just don’t mistake these power-knits as one of the usual suspects for protection against the winter elements. These knits have shape, volume, pattern, beautiful hues and plenty of chic. The bonus is that they’re warm and comfortable, thank you dear designers for that.
All you need is a chunky shoe and you’re ready for anything. Let’s hope.
TFW
(from top: The Row, The Row, Calvin Klein, Calvin Klein, Joseph, Joseph) FALL 2014 TRENDS: KNITWEAR
In the middle of one of the most fierce winters on record, all these super comfy, cozy knits parading down the catwalks for next fall/winter look mighty delicious. Don’t you just want to bury yourself deep into these thick, warm looks and come out when spring appears? Just don’t mistake these power-knits as one of the usual suspects for protection against the winter elements. These knits have shape, volume, pattern, beautiful hues and plenty of chic. The bonus is that they’re warm and comfortable, thank you dear designers for that.
All you need is a chunky shoe and you’re ready for anything. Let’s hope.
TFW
(from top: The Row, The Row, Calvin Klein, Calvin Klein, Joseph, Joseph) FALL 2014 TRENDS: KNITWEAR
In the middle of one of the most fierce winters on record, all these super comfy, cozy knits parading down the catwalks for next fall/winter look mighty delicious. Don’t you just want to bury yourself deep into these thick, warm looks and come out when spring appears? Just don’t mistake these power-knits as one of the usual suspects for protection against the winter elements. These knits have shape, volume, pattern, beautiful hues and plenty of chic. The bonus is that they’re warm and comfortable, thank you dear designers for that.
All you need is a chunky shoe and you’re ready for anything. Let’s hope.
TFW
(from top: The Row, The Row, Calvin Klein, Calvin Klein, Joseph, Joseph)

          FALL 2014 TRENDS: KNITWEAR

          In the middle of one of the most fierce winters on record, all these super comfy, cozy knits parading down the catwalks for next fall/winter look mighty delicious. Don’t you just want to bury yourself deep into these thick, warm looks and come out when spring appears? Just don’t mistake these power-knits as one of the usual suspects for protection against the winter elements. These knits have shape, volume, pattern, beautiful hues and plenty of chic. The bonus is that they’re warm and comfortable, thank you dear designers for that.

          All you need is a chunky shoe and you’re ready for anything. Let’s hope.

          TFW

          (from top: The Row, The Row, Calvin Klein, Calvin Klein, Joseph, Joseph)

          FALL 2014 TRENDS: MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU
What’s up with all the STAR WARS references? A couples seasons back COMME DES GARCONS (of course she did it first), went all out with a tribute for her SHIRT line. I even bought my husband the Yoda t-shirt with the saying ‘Much to learn, you still have’ like the one above. I couldn’t resist. Corny and cute. But now for Fall 2014, there they are again, Darth Vader (appearing in PREEN’S collection), Luke Skywalker, R2D2 and C3PO, Yoda and the Death Star all making a grand appearance in RODARTE’S finale. What gives? Is it that we’re all somehow searching for a collective mood-boost with positive messages from the universe? Good vs Evil. Even if that universe doesn’t really exist. It exists on the silver screen so I guess that’s good enough. Or is it that we’re finding vague comfort in childhood references that make us yearn for a better world looking forward into the future with a stylish solar system?
Whatever the answer is, please make it stop. Enough already. I lived through the Star Wars phase once, don’t FORCE it on me again.
TFW
(from top: CDG Shirt, CDG Shirt, Rodarte, Rodarte, Preen, Preen) FALL 2014 TRENDS: MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU
What’s up with all the STAR WARS references? A couples seasons back COMME DES GARCONS (of course she did it first), went all out with a tribute for her SHIRT line. I even bought my husband the Yoda t-shirt with the saying ‘Much to learn, you still have’ like the one above. I couldn’t resist. Corny and cute. But now for Fall 2014, there they are again, Darth Vader (appearing in PREEN’S collection), Luke Skywalker, R2D2 and C3PO, Yoda and the Death Star all making a grand appearance in RODARTE’S finale. What gives? Is it that we’re all somehow searching for a collective mood-boost with positive messages from the universe? Good vs Evil. Even if that universe doesn’t really exist. It exists on the silver screen so I guess that’s good enough. Or is it that we’re finding vague comfort in childhood references that make us yearn for a better world looking forward into the future with a stylish solar system?
Whatever the answer is, please make it stop. Enough already. I lived through the Star Wars phase once, don’t FORCE it on me again.
TFW
(from top: CDG Shirt, CDG Shirt, Rodarte, Rodarte, Preen, Preen) FALL 2014 TRENDS: MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU
What’s up with all the STAR WARS references? A couples seasons back COMME DES GARCONS (of course she did it first), went all out with a tribute for her SHIRT line. I even bought my husband the Yoda t-shirt with the saying ‘Much to learn, you still have’ like the one above. I couldn’t resist. Corny and cute. But now for Fall 2014, there they are again, Darth Vader (appearing in PREEN’S collection), Luke Skywalker, R2D2 and C3PO, Yoda and the Death Star all making a grand appearance in RODARTE’S finale. What gives? Is it that we’re all somehow searching for a collective mood-boost with positive messages from the universe? Good vs Evil. Even if that universe doesn’t really exist. It exists on the silver screen so I guess that’s good enough. Or is it that we’re finding vague comfort in childhood references that make us yearn for a better world looking forward into the future with a stylish solar system?
Whatever the answer is, please make it stop. Enough already. I lived through the Star Wars phase once, don’t FORCE it on me again.
TFW
(from top: CDG Shirt, CDG Shirt, Rodarte, Rodarte, Preen, Preen) FALL 2014 TRENDS: MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU
What’s up with all the STAR WARS references? A couples seasons back COMME DES GARCONS (of course she did it first), went all out with a tribute for her SHIRT line. I even bought my husband the Yoda t-shirt with the saying ‘Much to learn, you still have’ like the one above. I couldn’t resist. Corny and cute. But now for Fall 2014, there they are again, Darth Vader (appearing in PREEN’S collection), Luke Skywalker, R2D2 and C3PO, Yoda and the Death Star all making a grand appearance in RODARTE’S finale. What gives? Is it that we’re all somehow searching for a collective mood-boost with positive messages from the universe? Good vs Evil. Even if that universe doesn’t really exist. It exists on the silver screen so I guess that’s good enough. Or is it that we’re finding vague comfort in childhood references that make us yearn for a better world looking forward into the future with a stylish solar system?
Whatever the answer is, please make it stop. Enough already. I lived through the Star Wars phase once, don’t FORCE it on me again.
TFW
(from top: CDG Shirt, CDG Shirt, Rodarte, Rodarte, Preen, Preen) FALL 2014 TRENDS: MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU
What’s up with all the STAR WARS references? A couples seasons back COMME DES GARCONS (of course she did it first), went all out with a tribute for her SHIRT line. I even bought my husband the Yoda t-shirt with the saying ‘Much to learn, you still have’ like the one above. I couldn’t resist. Corny and cute. But now for Fall 2014, there they are again, Darth Vader (appearing in PREEN’S collection), Luke Skywalker, R2D2 and C3PO, Yoda and the Death Star all making a grand appearance in RODARTE’S finale. What gives? Is it that we’re all somehow searching for a collective mood-boost with positive messages from the universe? Good vs Evil. Even if that universe doesn’t really exist. It exists on the silver screen so I guess that’s good enough. Or is it that we’re finding vague comfort in childhood references that make us yearn for a better world looking forward into the future with a stylish solar system?
Whatever the answer is, please make it stop. Enough already. I lived through the Star Wars phase once, don’t FORCE it on me again.
TFW
(from top: CDG Shirt, CDG Shirt, Rodarte, Rodarte, Preen, Preen) FALL 2014 TRENDS: MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU
What’s up with all the STAR WARS references? A couples seasons back COMME DES GARCONS (of course she did it first), went all out with a tribute for her SHIRT line. I even bought my husband the Yoda t-shirt with the saying ‘Much to learn, you still have’ like the one above. I couldn’t resist. Corny and cute. But now for Fall 2014, there they are again, Darth Vader (appearing in PREEN’S collection), Luke Skywalker, R2D2 and C3PO, Yoda and the Death Star all making a grand appearance in RODARTE’S finale. What gives? Is it that we’re all somehow searching for a collective mood-boost with positive messages from the universe? Good vs Evil. Even if that universe doesn’t really exist. It exists on the silver screen so I guess that’s good enough. Or is it that we’re finding vague comfort in childhood references that make us yearn for a better world looking forward into the future with a stylish solar system?
Whatever the answer is, please make it stop. Enough already. I lived through the Star Wars phase once, don’t FORCE it on me again.
TFW
(from top: CDG Shirt, CDG Shirt, Rodarte, Rodarte, Preen, Preen)

            FALL 2014 TRENDS: MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU

            What’s up with all the STAR WARS references? A couples seasons back COMME DES GARCONS (of course she did it first), went all out with a tribute for her SHIRT line. I even bought my husband the Yoda t-shirt with the saying ‘Much to learn, you still have’ like the one above. I couldn’t resist. Corny and cute. But now for Fall 2014, there they are again, Darth Vader (appearing in PREEN’S collection), Luke Skywalker, R2D2 and C3PO, Yoda and the Death Star all making a grand appearance in RODARTE’S finale. What gives? Is it that we’re all somehow searching for a collective mood-boost with positive messages from the universe? Good vs Evil. Even if that universe doesn’t really exist. It exists on the silver screen so I guess that’s good enough. Or is it that we’re finding vague comfort in childhood references that make us yearn for a better world looking forward into the future with a stylish solar system?

            Whatever the answer is, please make it stop. Enough already. I lived through the Star Wars phase once, don’t FORCE it on me again.

            TFW

            (from top: CDG Shirt, CDG Shirt, Rodarte, Rodarte, Preen, Preen)

            NYFW: DELPOZO
It’s no small task to make a structured, conceptual garment look easy to wear, but somehow designer Josep Font achieved this without losing sight that there is a real woman in there. I’ve worn many complex designed pieces that are less than a pleasure to actually have on my body, that doesn’t mean I love them less,  but as a result I pretty much end up questioning my sanity and why I keep going for the uncomfortable vs the comfortable. But that’s another conversation. 
The Fall 2014 Delpozo collection is beautifully designed, edited (thank you!) and finished. The detailing is impeccable. There is nothing extraneous on these clothes, the embellishments, the seams, the colors and the curves all belong. They are harmonious. If you’re not afraid of volume, strong silhouettes and purity without all the gew-gaws, than this might be your collection. It might just be mine too. 
TFW NYFW: DELPOZO
It’s no small task to make a structured, conceptual garment look easy to wear, but somehow designer Josep Font achieved this without losing sight that there is a real woman in there. I’ve worn many complex designed pieces that are less than a pleasure to actually have on my body, that doesn’t mean I love them less,  but as a result I pretty much end up questioning my sanity and why I keep going for the uncomfortable vs the comfortable. But that’s another conversation. 
The Fall 2014 Delpozo collection is beautifully designed, edited (thank you!) and finished. The detailing is impeccable. There is nothing extraneous on these clothes, the embellishments, the seams, the colors and the curves all belong. They are harmonious. If you’re not afraid of volume, strong silhouettes and purity without all the gew-gaws, than this might be your collection. It might just be mine too. 
TFW NYFW: DELPOZO
It’s no small task to make a structured, conceptual garment look easy to wear, but somehow designer Josep Font achieved this without losing sight that there is a real woman in there. I’ve worn many complex designed pieces that are less than a pleasure to actually have on my body, that doesn’t mean I love them less,  but as a result I pretty much end up questioning my sanity and why I keep going for the uncomfortable vs the comfortable. But that’s another conversation. 
The Fall 2014 Delpozo collection is beautifully designed, edited (thank you!) and finished. The detailing is impeccable. There is nothing extraneous on these clothes, the embellishments, the seams, the colors and the curves all belong. They are harmonious. If you’re not afraid of volume, strong silhouettes and purity without all the gew-gaws, than this might be your collection. It might just be mine too. 
TFW NYFW: DELPOZO
It’s no small task to make a structured, conceptual garment look easy to wear, but somehow designer Josep Font achieved this without losing sight that there is a real woman in there. I’ve worn many complex designed pieces that are less than a pleasure to actually have on my body, that doesn’t mean I love them less,  but as a result I pretty much end up questioning my sanity and why I keep going for the uncomfortable vs the comfortable. But that’s another conversation. 
The Fall 2014 Delpozo collection is beautifully designed, edited (thank you!) and finished. The detailing is impeccable. There is nothing extraneous on these clothes, the embellishments, the seams, the colors and the curves all belong. They are harmonious. If you’re not afraid of volume, strong silhouettes and purity without all the gew-gaws, than this might be your collection. It might just be mine too. 
TFW NYFW: DELPOZO
It’s no small task to make a structured, conceptual garment look easy to wear, but somehow designer Josep Font achieved this without losing sight that there is a real woman in there. I’ve worn many complex designed pieces that are less than a pleasure to actually have on my body, that doesn’t mean I love them less,  but as a result I pretty much end up questioning my sanity and why I keep going for the uncomfortable vs the comfortable. But that’s another conversation. 
The Fall 2014 Delpozo collection is beautifully designed, edited (thank you!) and finished. The detailing is impeccable. There is nothing extraneous on these clothes, the embellishments, the seams, the colors and the curves all belong. They are harmonious. If you’re not afraid of volume, strong silhouettes and purity without all the gew-gaws, than this might be your collection. It might just be mine too. 
TFW NYFW: DELPOZO
It’s no small task to make a structured, conceptual garment look easy to wear, but somehow designer Josep Font achieved this without losing sight that there is a real woman in there. I’ve worn many complex designed pieces that are less than a pleasure to actually have on my body, that doesn’t mean I love them less,  but as a result I pretty much end up questioning my sanity and why I keep going for the uncomfortable vs the comfortable. But that’s another conversation. 
The Fall 2014 Delpozo collection is beautifully designed, edited (thank you!) and finished. The detailing is impeccable. There is nothing extraneous on these clothes, the embellishments, the seams, the colors and the curves all belong. They are harmonious. If you’re not afraid of volume, strong silhouettes and purity without all the gew-gaws, than this might be your collection. It might just be mine too. 
TFW NYFW: DELPOZO
It’s no small task to make a structured, conceptual garment look easy to wear, but somehow designer Josep Font achieved this without losing sight that there is a real woman in there. I’ve worn many complex designed pieces that are less than a pleasure to actually have on my body, that doesn’t mean I love them less,  but as a result I pretty much end up questioning my sanity and why I keep going for the uncomfortable vs the comfortable. But that’s another conversation. 
The Fall 2014 Delpozo collection is beautifully designed, edited (thank you!) and finished. The detailing is impeccable. There is nothing extraneous on these clothes, the embellishments, the seams, the colors and the curves all belong. They are harmonious. If you’re not afraid of volume, strong silhouettes and purity without all the gew-gaws, than this might be your collection. It might just be mine too. 
TFW NYFW: DELPOZO
It’s no small task to make a structured, conceptual garment look easy to wear, but somehow designer Josep Font achieved this without losing sight that there is a real woman in there. I’ve worn many complex designed pieces that are less than a pleasure to actually have on my body, that doesn’t mean I love them less,  but as a result I pretty much end up questioning my sanity and why I keep going for the uncomfortable vs the comfortable. But that’s another conversation. 
The Fall 2014 Delpozo collection is beautifully designed, edited (thank you!) and finished. The detailing is impeccable. There is nothing extraneous on these clothes, the embellishments, the seams, the colors and the curves all belong. They are harmonious. If you’re not afraid of volume, strong silhouettes and purity without all the gew-gaws, than this might be your collection. It might just be mine too. 
TFW NYFW: DELPOZO
It’s no small task to make a structured, conceptual garment look easy to wear, but somehow designer Josep Font achieved this without losing sight that there is a real woman in there. I’ve worn many complex designed pieces that are less than a pleasure to actually have on my body, that doesn’t mean I love them less,  but as a result I pretty much end up questioning my sanity and why I keep going for the uncomfortable vs the comfortable. But that’s another conversation. 
The Fall 2014 Delpozo collection is beautifully designed, edited (thank you!) and finished. The detailing is impeccable. There is nothing extraneous on these clothes, the embellishments, the seams, the colors and the curves all belong. They are harmonious. If you’re not afraid of volume, strong silhouettes and purity without all the gew-gaws, than this might be your collection. It might just be mine too. 
TFW NYFW: DELPOZO
It’s no small task to make a structured, conceptual garment look easy to wear, but somehow designer Josep Font achieved this without losing sight that there is a real woman in there. I’ve worn many complex designed pieces that are less than a pleasure to actually have on my body, that doesn’t mean I love them less,  but as a result I pretty much end up questioning my sanity and why I keep going for the uncomfortable vs the comfortable. But that’s another conversation. 
The Fall 2014 Delpozo collection is beautifully designed, edited (thank you!) and finished. The detailing is impeccable. There is nothing extraneous on these clothes, the embellishments, the seams, the colors and the curves all belong. They are harmonious. If you’re not afraid of volume, strong silhouettes and purity without all the gew-gaws, than this might be your collection. It might just be mine too. 
TFW

              NYFW: DELPOZO

              It’s no small task to make a structured, conceptual garment look easy to wear, but somehow designer Josep Font achieved this without losing sight that there is a real woman in there. I’ve worn many complex designed pieces that are less than a pleasure to actually have on my body, that doesn’t mean I love them less,  but as a result I pretty much end up questioning my sanity and why I keep going for the uncomfortable vs the comfortable. But that’s another conversation.

              The Fall 2014 Delpozo collection is beautifully designed, edited (thank you!) and finished. The detailing is impeccable. There is nothing extraneous on these clothes, the embellishments, the seams, the colors and the curves all belong. They are harmonious. If you’re not afraid of volume, strong silhouettes and purity without all the gew-gaws, than this might be your collection. It might just be mine too. 

              TFW