The Style Rookie’s Fashion Week Gray Matter

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Though I could’ve sworn she was blue (dah-bah-dee, dah bah dah), our lovely Style Rookie (yep, that’s long for Tavi) gives the Fashion Week’s front row an Earl Grey taste of her own.

Spiced with a seriously red lip stint, Tavi wears that giant knitted chain and the red shoes (along with the dechire tights must) with such a convincing candid innocence, I’m really tempted to believe that mad is the new fashion. Is it? (photo via)

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#1 Ellington on 01.28.10 at 10:07 am

She looks like a little old lady.
I am not impressed with her.

#2 kpriss on 01.28.10 at 10:11 am

Neither am I! But you know what gets me? Her modesty! She seems so… childish? the “mad fashion” part I leave aside. It’s good to have all that creative and imaginative energy the young have put into something that has become so degrading like a ginormous boa eating on his own tail! Fashion really creeps me sometime and seeing Tavi so young and genuinely having fun with it makes me dream of a new dawn for the rotten fashindustry!

#3 Adriana on 01.29.10 at 6:28 am

Also my first thought: Tavi looks like an old lady.
Really you dream of a new dawn for the rotten fashindustry…fashindustry…..:) Fashion often creeps me out a lot of late. Have you seen the Couture Week Shows? Couture Chanel goes Gaga and Valentino was a freak show. If I was a member of filthy rich targets I would laugh in their faces and not buy that eh….I know only one word….I want to be civilised….ah, rubbish!!

#4 Daydreamer on 01.30.10 at 6:21 pm

She is just not for me, nor is her blog.

#5 s. on 02.02.10 at 3:52 pm

I hope not. I like this kid but I can’t find an extraordinary fashion taste. She dress weird with luxury brand clothes, so what? I admit I’d read her blog twice but it’s just a normal fashion blog neither better nor worse.

Adriana I saw Couture Chanel show (just the pictures) and I’m still thinking that Chanel needs a new creative director. Lagerfeld is great but he has lots of things in his mind (specially merchandising of himself).

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