10.5.06

cashmere from carine

La Reine Roitfeld (editor of Paris Vogue) is guest designer for the new limited edition sweater from Lutz & Patmos. This sure-to-be-coveted garment is called the "pull tramp", which sounds quite funny in English. It has intentional runs and holes (I foresee another conversation with my mother about this), and elbow patches! I like Carine's design, but... what I'm about to say is practically sacriligious to my fashion doctrine... prefer the tunic designed by Sofia Coppola when she was guest designer last fall.

Query re: the above promotional photoshoot- I get Carine's hair swooshing thing, but do many people tuck cashmere sweaters into their underwear? And then dance around with their adult children? I must get back to France.

*merci to making things for the heads up

6 comments:

la chipie said...

I hesitant on the fact that's a french thing, not that common on the streets . But I'll join you in beign sacrilegous, I too like the tunic much better.

la chipie said...

I hesitant on the fact that's a french thing, not that common on the streets . But I'll join you in beign sacrilegous, I too like the tunic much better.

paradise said...

hehe, so do i....but i like sophia coppola's sense of style. very simple, unfussy. quiet. kind of like me. and the ballet slippers. which is very me.

Tongue in Cheek Antiques said...

La vie est belle!!

Kiwi said...

I just LOVE your blog! I don't think I would have found out about this sweater any other way. Thanks for keeping us informed (and thanks for all of the sweet comments on my blog)!

The G Manifesto said...

sweaters on girls can be very sexy, and stylish.