Hey fashion guys, what's going on? Why are you promoting OLD ways to attract the opposite sex?
Who's idea was this? Probably Karl Lagerfeld, the "Kaiser," the legendary head designer behind Chanel, and Fendi. He goes for best seller marketing. It wasn't the murdered, gay Gianni Versace, though he was known for r "carving out a path between sex appeal and vulgarity," but it could have been an idea he whispered to somebody who whispered it to the Kaiser.
We've got low-cut fronts, low-low cut backs, one shoulder bare, crotch to floor slits in some gowns, the mermaid silhouette that you can't sit down in, and of course, doesn't everyone have at least one pair if tight jeans?
I can't help thinking some of these creative geniuses don't like women. What about these killer eight inch high heels? Some models are already tippy-toe mincing around in them
These claw shoes that the outrageous, now deceased, Alexander McQueen created for Gaga were at least possible to walk in, though I gotta say, I think they're hideously ugly..
What about hairdos -- seems to me blonde is more popular than ever. Obviously a designer has been supervising Callista Gingrich, on what makes her "beautiful" but gee, to me she looks like she's wearing a stiff blonde hat.
Okay -- what about red outfits? We used to think in terms of having a little black dress. Now you've got to have a red one.
Why, when red is so popular, would all those celebrities choose to wear red gowns to the Oscars? Is it women who are weird or the designers?
Why are short shorts back?
Punishment for good behavior?
Golly, every female I know, young or old, skinny or chubby, has tried to wear bikini style panties, or a French-cut swimsuit, or short shorts.
My goodness, how many times--many many times have you seen hands surreptitiously reach for the person's tush -- making sure the lower buttocks are covered -- give a tug.
I guess it's instinctive -- tug-tug-tug, and cover your fanny.
Back in 1995, short shorts were IN -- launched by fashion designer Mary Quant back in the "Swinging London" days. They were called Hot Pants.
Well ... maybe we feel better, going back to those days when the world seemed safer. Maybe "short shorts" are in tune with the times -- hey -- CYB! Cover Your Butt! Count Your Blessings!