well done, target…another designer collection i can get excited about. in other related news, target is getting rid of their go international collection. i’m really loving the ads so far. jason wu’s inspiration for the collection is this black cat named “milu”…isn’t she so mischievous?
ok, i could’ve sworn i saw a better scan of this yesterday but this is all i can find now…sorry.
here are the pieces i like so far:
to see the rest of the first look of the collection, with pricing, check out new york magazine’s the cut. and keep your eyes peeled for when the collection hits stores february 5th.
jason wu shot to fame at the young age of 29 when first lady michelle obama wore one of his gowns for her husband’s inauguration ball.
how cute is this westfield stratford ad? it combines a bunch of things i like: fashion, dance, couples (i guess?), and videography.
it chronicles 100 years of east london style from the 1910’s until present times.
when i saw this, it totally reminded me of the evolution of dance video (and i wasn’t alone):
and while we’re on the subject of dance…how amazing is david elsewhere? an oldie but goodie, i can’t help but smile when i watch this:
he’s one of the silhouettes in my favorite ipod ad (break dancing + daft punk? yes, please!):
it’s a shame he never got to perform with michael jackson; they were collaborating for “this is it”…
dancing is one of the (many) things i really wish i was good at. funny how this turned from a fashion post to dance.
have a great labor day weekend! i’ll be spending it churning out 8 essays.
great video with margherita missoni sharing the rich family history behind the label and the inspiration for the collaboration with target:
i spy some home items that i didn’t see in the supposed complete look book!
a photo of the missoni x target ad campaign during shooting was leaked some time ago, and now the ad’s out:
not too different from what we’ve seen already. kinda liking the guy’s cardigan and am still looking forward to the home collection.