Saturday, February 21, 2009

FASHION PUBLICATIONS CRITICS ADVICE

HAVING JUST READ AN ARTICLE IN THE WSJ WHERE AN EXEC FROM SAKS IS PROMINENTLY QUOTED --I ASK MYSELF WHEN DO THE WORDS MATCH THE PICTURES ----IN THIS ARTICLE THIS EXEC SAYS ONE MUST CREATE CLOTHES FOR THE WHERE AND WHY--I SAY LOOK AT YOUR FASHION SPREAD FOR SPRING IN VOGUE AND I ASK YOU --WHERE AND WHY ----THE SAME MIGHT BE SAID ABOUT READING SHOW REVIEWS IN OUR ONLY "DEVOTED TO FASHION" DAILY PUBLICATION ----THE DESCRIPTIONS OF "GROUNDBREAKING" --"NEW"---"MODERN" --"ORIGINAL "----I SAY WHERE ---CERTAINLY NOT WHAT I AM SEEING ---THEY MUST BE SPEAKING OF A DIFFERENT COLLECTION THAN WHAT IS FEATURED---THEN WE COME TO THE "NEW EDITORIAL" SECTIONS OF OUR MOST FAMOUUS MAGAZINES--WE HAVE DESCRIPTIONS OF CLOTHES THAT ONE CANNOT EVEN DISCERN FROM THE PHOTOS ---THE EDITORIAL SELECTIONS ARE BUT A HINT (IF THAT MUCH) OF WHAT THOSE CLOTHES MIGHT REALLY LOOK LIKE ---WHAT HAPPENED TO SEEING THE CLOTHES THAT ARE FEEATURED IN THE EDITORIAL SECTION RATHER THAN SEEING THE STRAP OR THE SLEEVE OR JUST THE FACE OF A MODEL WEARING A $5000 DRESS--SOME ONE ENLIGHTEN ME ---------------PLEASE