I've spent the past few days in Sydney, drinking amazing amaretto sours at the Establishment, wandering the streets of Surrey Hills and generally photographing anything that moves and a lot which doesn't.
Today I finally gave in and bought myself a SLR (want to pay for this space, Canon??) and subsequently spent the afternoon taking photographs of everything in the house. Rings, Sportsgirl, H&M & Topshop
Backstage at Prada, Mulberry, Just Cavalli, Julien Mcdonald, Richard Nicoll, Topshop fall 2010. Images photographed by Boo George, courtesy of the Love blog
This season we experienced accessibility overload. Shows were streamed live over the internet, journalists twittered as it happened and bloggers posted reviews within minutes of the last walk.
Burberry Prorsum made history by simultaneously preselling outerwear online. A bold step towards closing the gap between the initial desire for a garment and the purchase, which of course, is what great fashion marketing is all about.
This season fashion week was laid out for everyone to watch and dissect; the presentation, communication, selling and intimate backstage moments. Will the availability of such information take away the unobtainable glint of fashion week? And with designers clambering over each other to be the most innovative in this evolving digital revolution, what can we expect of next season?
I had a really good charity shop rummage on Saturday and found this vintage Cue blazer. Saving up to move to New York means I am on a tight budget (I'm getting pretty tired of pasta and sauce) I'm also pretty bad at the see it/ want it/ buy it thing but at least thrift shopping doesn't bankrupt you!