This will be the Biographical look at a former Disco Baby and Fashion Model from the late 1970's to early 1980' the present, hope you enjoy the ride as much as I have...

Monday, June 6, 2011


 An image, possibly a photograph or a still from a film: the Tuareg, blue nomads of the desert. A journey that transforms this concept into an inspirational idea, but with a feminine interpretation, signaling one of those role reversals that characterize Armani style.

Totally monotone: matt, glossy, glittering with crystals and all-over sequins, iridescent, layered, transparent. Each fabric, material and treatment contributes its own nuance and substance, from satin to knits textured like lace. Shapes are fitted, distilled, and even when the individual items are put together, they create a compact silhouette that flares towards the hem. Skirt lengths are long, short tunics barely overlap trousers, while other superimposed garments cover the legs.

The ethnic awareness that is always a significant part of the Giorgio Armani aesthetic exhibits its natural simplicity, always set off and emphasized by the meticulous detailing. From a turban-style knotted Tuareg hat to impressive and important jeweler like amulets, with large stones framed in fabric, fine braid, and glossy metal. The cuffs in grosgrain can also feature as jewellery, and can be worn as bracelets according to the mood and atmosphere of the moment.

SOURCE: Fashion Insiders

This show was great, and the Staff at Armani gave us chocolates on our seats...the invite was blue giving one a hint as to what was coming up, unlike Versace whos invite was orange and not one orange piece. I LOVED the sandals,  though the sandals were like pointed toe stilettos. I cannot remember any heels being shown...even though the picture below gives hint of a heel (?)


  1. I loved the full show on your Facebook blog...thanks for sharing,lovely collection.