Due to the overwhelming amount of content I had from Concept, I posted a Facebook status jokingly saying I needed an intern – I got lucky & was able to find a guest blogger!! This is the first time I’ve done this, and honestly, I don’t think it’s going to be the last! I sent over some photos from the Debakalis installation at Concept, and my Canadian pal and fellow blogger, Lindsay of Linnie Gets Laced, sent me over her review of the installation! Take it away, Linnie!

Well, hello ladies and gentleman!

I’ve been asked to help the seriously sexy Sasha get some text attached to the pictures she took at her recent visit to the Concept fashion installations.

This is exciting, because not only do I love Sasha, but I also love her beautiful blog and can’t get enough of clothes (on or off your body). Let’s just say that this crazy Canuck doesn’t get the fashion fun she craves in the cold north.

Now, let’s dive into the peculiar pictures from the Debakalis installation, found at Concept.

This exciting eerie show featured models with fabulously futuristic makeup, an exciting (and completely on trend) colour palette, and attention grabbing fabrics. The headlining mermaid silhouette isn’t my favourite piece (I think the “mermaid” comes across a little too literally – read: fish) but I am totally digging the separates.

That navy skirt looks utterly rich – especially for the fall/winter season – and the waistband is favourite touch. The blouse topping the look is to die for, I love the shape (even though I’m a broad babe) and the colour is very flattering.

Granted, I like to make a statement (it’s what I do best) but I can’t help but ask: “why bother spending money to blend in?”

What do you think? Am I right, wrong, or completely off my rocker?

Comments 2

  1. Linnie wrote:

    Ahhh, it was so much fun!

    I’ve been salivating over your photos for days!


    Posted 21 Oct 2011 at 3:55 pm
  2. Melissa wrote:

    When I saw this installation, I had to take time to absorb it all. It was the collection that I spent the most time photographing. From the hair and makeup to the voluminous silhouettes and ocean hues, it was incredible.

    Posted 21 Oct 2011 at 7:30 pm

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