In the past few seasons, designer Rira Sugawara has evolved a really refreshing signature style based on artistic collages. In her latest ready-to-wear show – which has been her sixth collection and fifth catwalk – Sugawara stunned her audience, proving there is always an innovating way of putting the fashion cycle to good use. read more
On her piece about this very collection, Suzy Menkes of Vogue serves us the much possible explanation behind Jeremy Scott’s thoughts on a plate – if there’s any explanation or any reason for it at all.
So, according to Suzy, Scott’s recent collection was all about the current or future state of the U.S / the world. And by that we mean the state that Donald Trump’s election brought along or the one that the media (social or not) have established.
As Wikipedia explains, Cinq à sept – pronounced “sank-ah-set” – is a “Quebec French term for a social gathering that takes place after work and prior to the dinner hours (roughly between 5 and 7 p.m.). It may bring together friends or colleagues or may be organized around a specific event, such as a book launch or vernissage.” However, the Urban Dictionary (or the sassy street Wiki, as I like to think of it) informs us that “Cinq à sept is a French term for a visit to one’s mistress.” I think I like that second meaning a bit more #heheh.