Another week has gone by in the wonderful world of fashion, so here are all the stories which have caught our eye this weeek...
Tate Liverpool's Alice in Wonderland exhibition begins today and that theme seems to fit in perfectly with some of SS12's whimsical, back to childhood themes- think Christopher Kane's flower sticker coats and Meadham Kirchhoff's sugar sweet homage to girlishness. But it seems that the exhibition offers a truly in-depth look at all the aspects of Alice's Adventures which have caused so much debate for so many years- What were Carroll's true motives? How are we to read into certain elements of the plot? If we happen to be anywhere up North before 29th January then we will definitely be dropping in for a look around. If you manage to go, do let us know how it was for you.
|Alice Pleasance Liddell, the little girl said to have inspired Carrol's book. This is a picture he took in 1859, from amadelio.org|
|Bee Gee, decked out in jewels befitting of a Russian Grand Duchess, or Oligarch's wife|
|We can see why Louise Gray went down a treat in Hong Kong (image from Vogue.co.uk)|
|Manolo looking extremely dapper (image from vogue.it)|
|Saskia de Brauw in her Chanel tweed (image from Telegraph.co.uk/ V Magazine)|
|Robin, back when he was Vogue through and through (image from vogue.co.uk)|
|A thirties look for Saskia de Brauw at Chanel|
|Karmen Pedaru for Gucci|
|Arizona Muse for Louis Vuitton|
|Why have one purse, when you can have six? Lea Seydoux/ Prada|