I seriously need to get myself back on track; Uncompleted vital homeworks, dodgy sleeping patterns and even worse - I've not been blogging frequently enough to satisfactory (noooo) but on the bright side I have managed to write up PFW confessions NUMBER SIX! thats right, 6! Gosh Paris you rather should consider cutting down with the amount of talented designers that show in your city. Here is a suggestion - Either return the brand/designer to the country of origin or donate'em to a country in certain need of fashion phenomenons.
SUNDAY - HERMES A/W 2012-13
Hermes...It's timeless - These luxurious (luxurious gwen stefani style) garments could easily be infused to anyone's wardrobe. I didn't realized that Jean Paul Gaultier left Hermes, I felt he added some much needed funk to the french heritage brand that is rapidly losing its cool yet making business ($$$$) by the strange fascination of the Birkin & Kelly. Next season follow the travelling star of the Hermes woman, Her star is shining high up in the sky clothed in gaucho ponchos, matt suede coats, oversized tailoring and a effortless fedora. Extremely wearable and maybe a little too cliche Hermes? I swear I've seen many of these ensembles borderline 80s in previous collections; I hope Mr Lemaire will bring something new to Hermes, I new lease of life! FRESH.
SUNDAY - KENZO A/W 2012-13
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh Kenzo, As soon as I saw Karlie in speckled moss-green boucle over-sized utility jacket plus a matching ribbed jumper with the tiger face mascot embroidery. The famous duo behind Opening Ceremony has brought to us a season full of the 80s influence-yet-modern-and-so-aerodynamic. Puffer material sculpted into parkas as well as masculine vs femininity conflict on just one pair of awkward shaped trousers? Keep the shoes monochrome and anything else you can go crazy at like the wind. Zig-zags! Fruits! Leaves! too much to describe thats for sure, Texture and panelling is key and just clash the prints dude, DUDE JUST DO IT! Remember to wear your dried fruit earrings all the same, Leon and Lim will be satisfied.
MONDAY - STELLA MCCARTNEY A/W 2012-13
Grey, grey, grey, fuschia pink, black, grey, grey, electric blue, grey, black, white - This data pattern of Stella's mind when capturing the collection on paper to fabric. I enjoyed the look of the overly exaggerated knitted jumper, ridiculous yet sort of cool...sort of. Boxy coats with essences of masculine tailoring (McCartney signature) , Americana influences curated into figure skating dresses and spongy bombers and baggy-crotch trousers which make you look like you have something to hide (PENIS) shoe-wise we have the cork shoes that are a Stella staple in my eyes. Apart from her collection she is heavily involved with the 2012 Olympics so we expect great things from his lucky lady thats for sure. Ahhhhh what a career she has got............JEL.........
MONDAY - CHLOE A/W 2012-13
I can't describe how amazing and perfect this collection this was, The colour palette, The shapes and the cuts. TOO GOOD! Ahhhh Clare Waight Keller how much I adore you. Jogger styled trousers, egg shell blue boyish coats and awkwardly cut dresses in smooth maroon. The Chloe girl is fresh and still on top. I found it very difficult to choose looks so I'm gonna link up the show below and you have to watch the whole thing. So breezy and so so Chloe!
SATURDAY - JEAN PAUL GAULTIER A/W 2012-13
I'm a HUGE JPG fan, He adds humour and fun to his designs and I salute him for that. Graffiti splattered everywhere from the bodice of a little scrunched up black dress to the ankle of a python knee-high boot. The structure is almost architectural yet VERY wearable 24/7. He does fill up a gap in the market for men & women who want the amid of street fashion and haute couture. Great use of metallics satin folded up within the designs as if it were paper but still with a vibrant urban edge. Lots of leather gilets and jackets not to mention that puffer jackets are now officially a trend on the catwalk in Paris. Jean Paul Gaultier will obviously have some hates - but doesn't everyone ehhhh.
SATURDAY - LOEWE A/W 2012-13
In a city where black never (and ever) gets old, It has become a challenge for designers to re-invent/design pieces that will immediately fetch attention from editors,writers and people who hate black the most; Bloggersssss (80% of'em) and on behalf of the 20% who do like a good shade of noir in our lives. I really liked it! Inspired by The Royal Analusian School of Equestrian Art (ooooohh posh) as well as good-old Americana, Mr Vevers has his priorities sorted for the DNA of the Spanish heritage brand. My favourite pieces were the semi-leather bombers with a masculine touch along with the striped fur with blocks of candy floss. The news everyone wants to hear - The Amazona was updated in buffalo leather for those western-gals.
SUNDAY - CELINE A/W 2012-13
As much as I love Pheobe Philo, I'm kind of getting bored of this Celine hype. Its beautiful; NOONE with taste can deny but when will this gal ever slow down? I selected Celine in my confessions as no matter what the pieces looks like, Pheobe always gets the colour-palette SPOT ON! That fur coat is to die for with no doubt about it that a fashion editor is currently attempting to reserve that coat for September. The shapes were really ultra-modern, mannish coats, silk-scarfs tied like a bib and the occasional trouser pleat had been swapped with an alluring zip. Slouchy handbags and ipad cases with matching belts - Celine is still the brand for the cool women...always (maybe men; please make a menswear line)
SUNDAY - ISSEY MIYAKE A/W 2012-13
I don't have any images of what apparently happened at the start when there was a demonstration of a new fabric technology called 'steam-stretch' but I'm sure it was interesting. The clothes were very japanese, I mean by japanese I mean by modern Japan. The geometric puffer jackets were my favourite pieces, blue is gonna be mega next season in Japan so please be weary of a sea of blue. Candy colours still seem to be in trend but will this filter down into the high-street - Not sure, I still don't think pastels have taken the world by storm just Topshop, River Island, Louis Vuitton and Acne. He also had a go with mesh and zig-zags whether he succeeded or not its up to you but typically Issey Miyake.
Wow....PFW has great shows everyday; Can I keep up? I will sure try :D
SATURDAY - VIKTOR & ROLF A/W 2012-13
A long long time ago (aka winter) in a cold cold land we used to be draped in black with the occasional stud or two. Today we all have the love for pastel fashion. Pretty, girly and frilly clothing is back ahhhh. But trends come and go and Viktor Horsting & Rolf Snoeren forecasted another season of hard dark clothing with sparks of shimmer and white from the midnight moon. Jumpsuits with various cut-outs and splits, Pussy blouses in a vivid smoke-strained cream and romantic N' glamorous gowns with ruffles, sparkles and sequins - Gold & Black took most credit for those dresses. The unmentioned mystery behind these pieces was the highlight - Does she exist? Give us a clue Viktor & Rolf!!!
SATURDAY - CACHAREL A/W 2012-13
Unlike V&R, Cacharel has stuck with the pastels. Lots of baby eggshell blues, crimson red and mustard yellow. Sixties vibe with the clothes - knitted dresses paired with geometric tights, shift dresses with matching textured hairclips. Pretty A-line coats were the bomb of this collection - However don't you think we have seen this so many times (Jil Sander...?) Especially that Cacharel have just elected duo-designers Ling Liu and Dawei Sun who have THE most impressive CV's I've ever seen with brands under their belts such as Balenciaga, John Galliano and YSL. So why haven't they WOW'ed us yet? C'mon I want to be amazed girls.
SATURDAY - VIVIENNE WESTWOOD GOLD LABEL A/W 2012-13
So fortunate to be able to watch the Red Label show last LFW in person but Vivienne doesn't end there, Her luxury line Gold Label is just as good (even better) publicizing the best of Westwood and bringing a little of London to Paris Fashion Week. A mix between a scientist chic and Marie Antoninette from my words. But from the Dame herself...
"Looking back to the heroes of the past they looked so incredible in their clothes. Imagine them live and in front of you - you would think you were on another planet," explained the designer in her show notes. "But we can never repeat, we are swept along by the changing times and our own experience. When we try to imitate, we find ourselves doing something new. I see fashion as a proposal, a way for people to look more wonderful."
Can I really top that? Nope, Not really but I will say there is an edge of Spice Girls in there with a dabble of the 17th Century elegance. P.S I love the model riding the bike on the runway :)
SATURDAY - COMME DES GARCONS A/W 2012-13
Rei Kawakubo.................................I don't think I'm fashion-lingual enough to describe her collection. I did enjoy the shapes surrounding the season - Like a pancake. The colours were good, raspberry, green and electric blue. Then lots of gordy florals and sequins designed to give the effect of a silhouette. Childish, Bold and Simple; Her speciality that I can't certainly put into words but hopefully after A-Levels and an odd degree or two I might be able to a better quality.
OK so I know have Jean Paul Gaultier and Loewe then I can stamp off Saturday on my PFW confessions but now I'm watchin' the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards...lol
I predicted that I would finish these PFW reviews before the start of the next week, I doubt that will happen so...I give up! I will still finish these reviews but not to a certain date. Here is day two of Paris Fashion Week comin' right up!
FRIDAY - HUSSEIN CHALAYAN A/W 2012-13
Hussein Chalayan falls into the category I often think I can 'predict' what next season's designs will be - In the case with Mr Chalayan I actually cant. I really really do not want to describe his collection as 'colour-blocking' as its so so much better than that, He wanted everyone to pay attention to the colours palette; Red, forest green, charcoal, tangerine, mustard all precisely cut in wool and scuba fabric. skinny trousers and lace-up block brogues formed out of unexpected shimmering metallic foil. The final looks jolted from the rest as a bloom of printed chiffon evening-wear ended the show - Executed was exceptional as always.
FRIDAY - ISABEL MARANT A/W 2012-13
Americana is a favourite trend of mine so I was over-the-moon when I saw the photographs for Autumn/Winter 2012. Her own take of Little House on the Prairie? Silk cowboy shirts, lace ruffled mini dresses, worn-out leather boots and low-slung belts with tarnished buckles, leather fringed & tasselled bomber jackets, denim peacoats, embroided jeans with lace up detailing on the side-seams. Nothing new but that won't stop her seriously! Shes opening a couple of shops around the globe this year and desirable as ever by the fashionistas & Co.
FRIDAY - MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA A/W 2012-13
MMM is a brand I find thought-provoking, There is a meaning behind by every drape/slit/cut/seam! Semi-deconstructed shoulders were the highlight of this collection as-well-as smoking suits which actually are to the trained fashion eye; A dress in disguise. Satins, Wool, PVC, Silk were the materials of choice. Box jackets that looked as if they had sleeves but were sewn into the pockets to mimic a cape. Masculine trousers tucked into the tops of boots and shoes not to mention the kimono-like fabrics assembled into swishy skirts. Those dodgy DIY clothes may not have seen the darkness of the bin yet...
FRIDAY - SONIA RYKIEL A/W 2012-13
SONIA! I think she has just seen a zombie apocalypse as all the colour has drained away from her designs - Do I think this is a negative? NOT AT ALL! The Sonia Rykiel girl has matured but she hasn't lost her fun flare. The semi-wet hair gave the expression of mischief whist the clothes were sensible yet playful with puffy sleeves, ribbing majority in faint washed-out whites, black, biscuit, pink and cocoon peach (gorgeous colour) - Prim and proper ladylike as so - Coco Chanel we could say? Definitely would kill for a blazer or coat next season, Never been large fan of bright multi-colours clothing so this collection is pretty much unheard of and rare so grab it soon!
FRIDAY - YOHJI YAMAMOTO A/W 2012-13
I felt most of this collection I could see Gwen Stefani wearing and the strong colours would show off that beautiful blonde hair including the dip-dye on the models so that trend will still be here for the forth-coming season. As always Yohji main concern was the cut with drapings of a swing. Red turned into navy then black after that swifted into khaki! A blankets worth of knits appeared with a universal appeal apart from the western culture...sadly. The accessories were silm such as warrior leather gloves, hugging lambskin boots and an odd ring or two. Don't forget to add your must needed black lipstick as well as put your hair up like a samori and your ready to go - Yohji style!
FRIDAY (EVENING) - LANVIN A/W 2012-13
CONGRATULATIONS!!!! 10 YEARS!!!!! (to Alber Elbaz) The after party look just as good as clothes on the runway - I'm not sure how to convey my feelings about this collection, It pretty much sums up what Lanvin has been all about since right to the start of 20th century; Classy & Colourful! Though Lanvin has looked the same for ages ages and ages, Still fucking amazing and I wouldn't change a thing about this major fashion house!
THURSDAY - BALENCIAGA A/W 2012-13
Early start with Balenciaga for next day of Paris Fashion Week, The show was held at a skyscraper in the center of Paris on the 27th floor. The collection was inspired by...Balenciaga (whut?) Yes, Sounds very strange but here is a quote from Nicolas Ghesquière justifying his inspiration "We imagined this Balenciaga Inc. company and then we started to identify the functions the staff have and the clothes they would wear - the space-age sweatshirt girls were the spies infiltrating the company" Anyway back to the clothes; Awkward silhouettes graced every model as if they have had challenging morning to get ready in a speedy manner, Experimental seaming techniques was key for this collection adding a direction of padded sculpture, pointy shoes against pointy/frilly collars of satin leopard print coats and jackets, Disco dresses made out of parachute material (OoOo) and an inevitable must-have item of next season - The space/starwars/geek motif sweatshirts.
THURSDAY - CARVEN A/W 2012-13
When people ask me 'What are your favourite designers?' The first person to pop up in my mind is Guillaume Henry - He knows clearly what he is doing and I LOVE IT! His Autumn/Winter collection included references to the Renaissance period and Hieronymus Bosch's Garden of Earthly Delights for the prints. Skirts were lightly rounded, almost like the infamous hip heavy circle skirts & shorts (and I don't mean the ones which Mary Katrantzou do) some were lazer-cut just like a pattern from a stainglass window, Vibrant coloured furs peaked out of blazers and coats in moderation clashing with the tapestry printed silk min dresses & blouses as well as the simple yet chic cocktail dresses which closed to show in the best demur colours I've seen in my life and lots of golden tones on everything from the heels to the tousled hair. Not to mention its as fun and elegant as always! Bravo Mr Henry (P.S I <3 U)
THURSDAY - BALMAIN A/W 2012-13
I remember the momentum Balmain created in 2008-9 - Are shoulder-pads in?! Not-to-mention controversial 4-figure price for a burn-out t-shirt! (don't even want to think about the alligator-skin blazers) I'm not a fan of the french brand as they pioneer lots of 80s fashion that doesn't suit me but I do appreciate it for some of the trends I wear today. Olivier Rousteing did design some pieces that me and many others would too. The relaxed pearl encrusted suit with a touch sagging, Fabergé egg tapestry cut-out jumper with metallic silver lame boarding the sharp woven tabard, Some rich military pieces glamified by the silk quilted fabric and Russian-church inspired crystal buttons. Shall I be lusting? Ehem depends on my mood - If I had some dosh to splosh then I would MANNN!
THURSDAY - RICK OWENS A/W 2012-13
Rick Owens is Rick Owens, Completely authentic; His clothes tell a story of brutality covering up those scars and a face mask to hide behind. Heavy draping of leather, mohair, wool cut into long capes, coats and skirts. Unexpected appearance of the colour apricot not to mention the use of mink fur and tartan gingham, Every shade of grey was featured in this collection in every way imaginable to his aesthetic. The venue was blazed with a trail of fire and the song below was loudly played around the showspace - Though I don't have much to stay about the distinctively Rick Owens collection, I admire what he does....
THURSDAY - NINA RICCI A/W 2012-13
Nina Ricci makes me want to be a rich young socialite in Paris (who doesnt?), Walking in Paris at night in a fur paired with high heels with your lover and the occasional appearance of a photographer to cause some type of scandal for the tabloids - Fun ehhhh? Her clothes are for women who still want to dress like a sophisticated little girl. Some sexy underwear-as-outerwear looks but mainly still classy in a high-class hookery way, Lots of ruffles, chiffon, sheer satin - The lot. Jewels covered most of the accessories in the sea of pinks and lilacs, Black opened the show with monochrome knitwear sweaters and cardigans and pure white ended it; Totally different from the start. It's very delightful what Nina Ricci represents and sometimes I wish people dressed like this everyday. Too bad it only exists in my imagination :(
Well this is the final stage of fashion week comments until September (*wahh) so here is the first part of many but today I'm feelin' ill, To add to the unfortunate scenario I have a WHOLE checklist of art coursework I have to complete before Thursday :(
So I better start on that - I scrap-booked the first four of designers that Paris has to offer which I enjoyed looking at so here you go and I will add comments tomorrow as you probably don't know; It takes me an hour just to copy and paste photos, cut'em out, arrange and stick the photos into place, scribble in white pen, scan it into the laptop and then write about each collection...so...its dedication guys!
TUESDAY - SEE BY CHLOE A/W 2012-13
Apparently the show experience was shit because it was pre-recorded so no amazing atmosphere apart from that the clothes looked simple, elegant with pretty fluid lines of chiffon silk, sheer georgette tops and tough cotton jackets. Then there was a total flip where the whole show got more interesting with a mix of textures (I preferred it so thats all the outfits above are from) to die for shearling bikers, quilted denim and corduroy suits with pointy boots.
TUESDAY - DRIES VAN NOTEN A/W 2012-13
I am very picky about prints to wear however DVN is an exception, Chinoiserie is a trend for next season so....buy something from China (not from france or italy guys) in silk. Sharp defined jackets worn with loose skirts or tapered trousers with an eagle, carpet or swirly gold swooning up your body. Blooms of oversized tunics and cardigans wrapped around the waist of the models added a 'swish' as if it were a robe. The colour palette for this season is blues, golds, oranges, greens, creams and blacks. Obi belts are gonna be back in fashion (yay or nay?) V-necks all the rage and dresses reaching the floor....too bad I can't do that :(
WEDNESDAY - ROCHAS A/W 2012-13
O Rochas, Why do you make beautiful clothes? I can't explain how much I love this collection, Firstly my favourite era all mixed into one (30s, 50s and 60s) rich in textile and print. Prints included stingray and python and coloured were muted greeny tones; Full of pretty shifts, belted cardigans, school jumpers, dresses, day-coats and rad pendants - It's so simple but just looking at it you know its expensive and timeless. I wish I could dress sensible but I'm too cool for that (jokes) ;)
WEDNESDAY - GARETH PUGH A/W 2012-13
I need a pair of leather trousers from Gareth Pugh noooooooowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww - The fur jackets are alright and the leather waistcoats and knitted waistcoats, calling it a wardigan. Black, Black and more black. These clothes are made for editorials for those urban mags with the Hollywood celebrity dressed dark in Mr Pugh's work. Panelling maybe a hype next season - who knows as we are just getting started with PFW shows :)
SUNDAY - MARNI A/W 2012-13
The Italian label Marni has the WHOLE fashion world watching after the well publicized collaboration with Swedish high-street retailer H&M, Consuelo Castiglioni designed a fantastic collection full of innovative ideas full of references to the Art Deco (capes and chic jewels pieces) period, The 60s (for a start with the Vidal Sassoon hair man) and somehow Oriental (its the gold/red prints guys!) Bold colours in blocks on straight line jackets and fuzzy skirts. Capes seem to be the 'It' item next season with stoles of fur and jewel buttons on the graphic weave, 3/4 length trousers in gold-fleeted tweed or mint toothpaste blue triumphed with kabuki-soled shoes which look very comfortable (important)
SUNDAY - DOLCE & GABBANA A/W 2012-13
The one of the first things to pop in my head when I think about Italy is Dolce & Gabbana, It epitomizes Italian style and has done for over 25 years. Black, white and gold, gold, gold! Velvet capes (buy one NOW) and coats with the most beautiful embroidery as if they were literally dipped into a pot of liquid gold. luxurious gypsy dresses stitched up from delicate lace and waisted-on by a heavy ornate belt, frilly knickers, sheer blouses, jewelled corsets plus a ladylike bag to gracefully hold. The collection was inspired by Sicilian Baroque and that was definitely been seen by this collection - I can't wait to see the advertisement!
SUNDAY - MISSONI A/W 2012-13
Who doesn't love knitwear and who doesn't love Missoni knitwear, I remember I pestered my dad for a pair of Missoni socks in Rome 3 years ago (I still got'em) and still today Missoni is still universally known probably even more after the collaboration with Target last year. Angela Missoni (the label is run in the family) used her secret ingredient of technology to knit...knits sweeping with different colours to form earthy woods into granite grays etc - Fusing lots of colours together giving an odd look of texture. She also introduced latex polo necks under thick weave coats lined with fur, belted up and taped down and the necessary stacked heel boots to add a silm line to the heavy look. Very natural...Very cool.
MONDAY - DSQUARED2 A/W 2012-13
This collection is another perfect excuse for more Hairspray music!
Very surprised with Dsquared2 this season, I used to hate it as it was sex on a hanger instead of a stick with a theme such as Glastonbury or science labs. But this season the duo has all invited us to Homecoming of 1963 and all the gals are completing against each other - Borrowing furs coats and crocodile skin jackets off their mothers to show off in school corridoors. Adding brooches, pony hair hats, scarfs and even diamonte cigarette holders (I don't think their parents will be pleased) Anything to grab as much attention as possible to win the crown. The looks were usually pencil skirts with polo necks or cropped trousers to show off some leg with that encrusted heel. Lindsay Wixon was crowned queen with her dreamy date in a beautiful black beaded dress - Thats the way to do it!
Its time for Milan! I'm strangely liking Italian fashion at the moment, But I only know the bigger labels unlike in England I know so many bigger and smaller. Anyway there are only 6 I want to do then its Paris next week :)
THURSDAY - PRADA A/W 2012-13
I thought this collection was more about menswear than womenwear, There were no dresses featured in this 90s prada-archive inspired collection. Lots of gordy furniture jacquard in pant/trousers suit then the layering gradually went crazy as if the next model was gonna out-do each other in their love affair with geometric print - The sequence was vest over shirt over vest or even coat over vest over shirt over vest, I guess its okay if the pieces weren't very warm. Some plain pajama type jackets & skirts with light embellishments, plexi and sequins. The piece to have if I was a woman is the stretchy flightbelt buckle belt to wear with everything; I will stick with my father's scout belt from the sixties.
MOSCHINO A/W 2012-13
I feel Moschino keeps sticking to the same thing (I guess it sells) which is a mix of 60s Chanel and 80s Versace. Band jackets, biker jackets and princess coats in the basic colours of red, yellow, blue, black and white. Satin capes look like a new moschino thing and the flamino dresses will be a hit with Anna Dello Russo! Some sporty pieces and a couple of quilted cheerleader skirts, Cowboys hats and the iconic CAPITAL letter belts - Its Moschino darling.
VERSACE A/W 2012-13
VERSACE - CRUCIFIX/FUR/SEXY/LEATHER/ORANGE/KNEE-HIGH BOOTS/BANGS - THE END
Woo I am almost done (not really considering I haven't done menswear or off-schedule designers) commenting on all the shows I liked this season! Now I can move on to glamourous Milan then Paarrriss!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
TUESDAY - PETER JENSEN A/W 2012-13
Apparently this inspiration for the collection was Thelma & Louise (I don't know who are these two are...) But the musical Hairspray seems to have the same vibe too. Rabbit prints! a few androgynous swaying feminine, wearable separates - A signature for Mr Jensen including the penny loafers paired with coloured high ankle socks, aran cable knit sweaters are still in guys and keep the pastel lilac dresses with removable peterpan collars, 3/4 jackets in plaid/checked and quilted skirts to go. I love how real these pieces are; Nothing too outrageous and daring but still comfortable and stylish. C'mon I want to see his designs in the shops more often as he's very amaze.
TUESDAY - MEADHAM KIRCHHOFF A/W 2012-13
Yes Sir, I can boogie! The disco duo Ed Meadham and Ben Kirchhoff sent on the catwalk very wearable (I know, I sound crazy) but the styling makes it look very crazy...Wear shall we start? From the bottom to the top, The shoes were a collaboration with Underground who have seem to have done 95% of the shoes this season in glittery gold, blue & pink. All the models threw glitter in the air as they sported skirts with multi coloured leggings, sequined or tinsel trousers underneath the chiffon skirts/baby doll dresses with cut-out silk flowers. Lots of fur stoles dragged on the floor (in reality noone would do that) however the jackets were excellent - Every party girl will need to have one for the walk of shames in the next season. Denim with cute iron-on patches paired with tartan/lumberjack skirts - 90s kid muchhh.
TUESDAY - ASHISH A/W 2012-13
Indie plus Indie - Why hasn't anyone mixed these two ideas before! East to East (Shorditch meets Bombay) Lots of tie-dye, Indian sequined column dresses, Gold-Lame hoodies paired with a maxi dress & rainbow platforms & put a biker jacket on top - That's Ashish for you. There is some festival elements to the collection, hippy floaty pieces with funky knitted slogans jumpers such as 'BE HAPPY' stamped across your chest...Guys you should be happy if you were wearing Ashish next season; Too bad glastonbury isn't on this year o well we can all go to Wakestock lolz.