50 Shades of Green

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Cedric Charlier - Runway - PFW F/W 2013

Green is officially THE color of the season (yes, we’ve confirmed it while scouring through countless Fall/Winter 2013 runway photos from London, Milan, Paris and New York). We’ve seen the vibrant color in top fashion houses like Marc Jacobs, Celine, and Vivienne Westwood, as well as many other brands, such as Richard Chai Love, Cuchnie et Ochs, Manish Arora, and Acne. For once, all shades are veritable hits–from lime, mint and sea green, all the way to emerald, army and forest green. Really, its hard to make a mistake when pretty much all shades of the lovely color is must-wear this season.

Though, okay, I understand in our country we DON’T really have Fall/Winter. But that shouldn’t stop us from staying on trend. I mean, if we wore the same thing season after season, that would just be, well, PRETTY BORING. We don’t want that. We also don’t want to…

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7 thoughts on “50 Shades of Green

    1. Thanks for the suggestion! Ill work resizing the photos. The site design requires the size I’m using, I’m just following the recommendations. 🙂 But I’ll see what I can do to improve the site.

      1. Thanks, Kelly! By the way, we met at a shoot for Seventeen Magazine’s beauty editorial in early 2000. The feature was about hairstyles for different hair length. I did the shoulder-length and you did the long hair feature. 🙂

      2. I think we had the hair and make-up done at Propaganda. Then, we had the shoot in Manila Pen. I hope to bump into you one of these days. Congratulations on your blog! I always read it. 🙂

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