Chloë ’s on the loose again! She broke free from her blissful absence from any magazine and we get to scratch our eyes to her sight again, this time in Prestige Magazine Hong Kong.
It’s an entire interview, looong, booooring, and as she mostly answers various questions “cool”. I thought I’d bring some pictures (feel free to check them all out, there’s another three following the first) to your attention, pictures taken by Mario Sorrenti. I surprisingly find them very nice. In an odd kind of way.
Like artsy photos from a mental house (pardon me, but I couldn’t place La Sevigny better!).
Oh, and one more thing – she did a pair of ballet flats for Repetto 60th anniversary. It’s like another thing from the special needs room.
Why can’t she do it for good? I mean get into this seriously? Designing for people with special needs is no shame! It’s damaging when doing special-need-design for normal people! Who would possibly wear those flat-platforms after all? They look so common and outdated!
Where to buy prestige in New York.
My granny though, if she was still alive, would have loved these flat-platforms. Since older people does shrink a bit of a platform would have cheered her up a lot.
I’m not poking fun at my late lovely granny just for the record…..
Paul, Prestige Hong Kong is an asian magazine, I guess you could find out more about where and how to subscribe if you would ask them directly (on their homepage prestigehk.com).
Adriana, there’s no question on the “medical” value of shoes like that. I was just wondering who, amongst fashionistas would actually go for such a shape…
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