“The mix [of Carine Roitfeld] with Freja was genius,” Karl Lagerfeld told this past April. I like fashion and cats a lot and like it even more when they come together. But this is by far one of my favorite examples of cats in fashion.
I never intended for this space to feed into the fashion rumor mill (this is a classy blog, damn it! Whatever the reason, American flag-inspired motifs are having a moment. This look from Japanese designer Miharayasuhiro’s S/S 11 collection offers a darker interpretation of American patriotism.
I was equating birthing with sexuality – silly me, I know.) So there now might be a new queer model It’s the Fourth, and strangely enough it’s non-U. My favorite look was this lemon-colored, diaphanous, floor-length dress.
The grit and painterly quality of the flag looks like a reference to Jasper Johns’ “Flag” series from the 1950s.
On that note, Elle reports buzz from the Paris Couture shows about a courtship between my favorite lesbian model Freja Beha Erichsen and the face of Prada’s baroque-gone-bananas S/S 11 collection, Arizona Muse. I like the overall mood of the look as well as the sense of movement in the blazer.“Sea-faring people probably kept cats to keep rodents in check,” Geigl told the science journal Nature.READ MORE: Vikings may have been to North America much earlier than believed In Denmark, the oldest cat remains were discovered near Odense, where archaeologists uncovered 68 cadavers from Viking times in a well.Nelson explained "The final straw came on Thursday when Mr Cameron caught Larry cat-napping on his chair in his No.10 study as another mouse scurried across the room.When he tried to wake Larry to do his duty one eye opened but the moggy wouldn't budge." On 16 October 2012, police had to break up a fight between Larry and Freya outside Number 10.
Only four cats, Humphrey, Sybil, Larry and Freya have been given the title officially; The cat with the longest known tenure at Downing Street is Wilberforce, who served for thirteen years under Edward Heath, Harold Wilson, Jim Callaghan, and Margaret Thatcher.