false advertising


Isn’t it beside the point to advertise for shoes that’ll never go past the showroom? I’ve never been fond of jumpsuits until I saw this and am still crushed by the fact that when I start to like Olivier, they kick him to the curb. Still, though, the collection’s at the top of my list for F/W ’09.


2 responses to “false advertising

  1. OMG I saw that today and thought, how tragic. Like “Nina Ricci, are you going through some psychological changes? You need Olivier.” This collection made me pay attention to the label for once, though I’m now wary of what’s going to happen to it now. // Hopefully he’ll make us love him at Lanvin. That’s if the rumors are true.

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