Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Paris - Epicenter of Fashion?

I think not.

Typically, when one thinks of Paris, one thinks of fashion.



Christian LaCroix.


And it's a big But.

I am here to reveal that, regardless of all the posturing and pomposity, Little Miss Hoity-Toity has a 10 foot tall Fashion Faux Pas smack dab in the heart of Le Jardin de Luxembourgh for the world to see (if they dare not to avert their gaze):

Exhibit A:
The Skullet


tysdaddy said...

Egad! You could have stayed home and visited Walmart for one of those.

(did I say that out loud . . . )

iPost said...

Hehehehe! Hohohohohoho! *snort*

Blog Antagonist said...

I thought the majority of Parisians looked....weird. But, it was 1993 when I was there. Everybody looked weird in 1993.

But that sculpture is certainly...interesting.

BaronessvonBloggenschtern said...

Count Cheeky: Well, there was that jaunt to Walmart in Minnesota at 10:30 at night. Pretty close.

Countess iPost: Who knew these people actually may have a sense of humour?

Countess BA: Ya, they're still pretty freaky-deaky weird - lots of Stevie Nicks-esque layers going on some of the women. I have NO idea where The Sartorialist finds the cool people in Paris - but we're not there.

Mental P Mama said...

That is a sight...I'll give them that much.

Cormac Brown said...

That looks like a really bad interpetation of a Thai statue and something was definitely lost in translation. Je belive le mot pour c'est "merde."

You have won an award, BTW.

Baroness von Bloggenschtern said...

Countess MPM: Is this what they refer to as "a sight for sore eyes"?

Count Cormac: Le merde, bais oui.

But wrapped up in gold.

That makes it "art", apparently.

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