During Fashion Week in London, the firm Mulberry presented "The King Bag" bag dedicated to singer Lana del Rey. So far, only style icons like Jane Birkin, Alexa Chung and Grace Kelly had gotten that "honor" is that we have a new girl it? Let me hesitate.
The truth is that in a few months wool has gotten to (almost) everyone in your pocket the will of Joseph Altuzarra accompanying Gala MET , Anna Dello Russo will not stop talking about it on his blog and his Twitter account, two of his songs sounded in the parade of Dior Haute Couture (and several of the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid) and has also starred several covers, including Vogue and Interview Russia:
Leaving aside the song ( Do you sing good? sings bad? ) and focusing on his style, I think it's pretty clear that Lana brings nothing new to the world of fashion. None of the looks that you've seen so far start a "wow" or even a "buf" as might be the case with Rihanna, which sometimes seems just out of a landfill but in others appear incuse get among the best dressed. In the case of Lana instead their outfits do not awaken love or hate, but often leave quite indifferent.
In walks the red carpet dresses usually go for little or nothing accesorizados monochromatic except for those nail tips XXL and since it has the "Del Rey Bag" which is not separated.
And in their looks stray pass as much of the same: looks simple (too) where the main protagonists are the trench and the dancers.
So what's all the wool boom of the King?
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