“The mix [of Carine Roitfeld] with Freja was genius,” Karl Lagerfeld told this past April. I like fashion and cats a lot and like it even more when they come together. But this is by far one of my favorite examples of cats in fashion.
I never intended for this space to feed into the fashion rumor mill (this is a classy blog, damn it! Whatever the reason, American flag-inspired motifs are having a moment. This look from Japanese designer Miharayasuhiro’s S/S 11 collection offers a darker interpretation of American patriotism.
I was equating birthing with sexuality – silly me, I know.) So there now might be a new queer model It’s the Fourth, and strangely enough it’s non-U. My favorite look was this lemon-colored, diaphanous, floor-length dress.
The grit and painterly quality of the flag looks like a reference to Jasper Johns’ “Flag” series from the 1950s.
It’s surprising because (a) I only know of 1 queer model couple in fashion history – Freja and Catherine Mc Neil who dated in 2008 – and (b) who knew Arizona was queer? Dolce & Gabbana For Dolce & Gabbana’s F/W 11 runway presentation, they sent a series of dresses down the runway in what looked like a sartorial version of a 4th of July Parade.
The Chief Mouser to the Cabinet Office is the title of the official resident cat of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom at 10 Downing Street.The departure of the last incumbent, Sybil, was in January 2009.Sybil, who began her tenure on 11 September 2007, was the first mouser for ten years following the retirement of her predecessor Humphrey in 1997.In September 2012, it was reported that Prime Minister David Cameron had sacked Larry from the post of Chief Mouser, in favour of Chancellor George Osborne's tabby cat, Freya, as the new Chief Mouser to patrol Numbers 10, 11, and 12.Some sources described the new arrangement as a "job share" to avoid any hurt feelings.), but if gossip about same-sex models dating emerges, you can bet it’ll show up here sooner or later. The grey, washed out image of the American flag looks as if the flag were up in smoke or inside a war zone.