As a true Alice In Wonderland fan — I could recite Jabberwocky by heart when I was 10 — I love the spirit behind these wedding photos. The tea party and the cat are excellent touches — hopefully there was a dormouse as well. As for the age-old question, how is a raven like a writing-desk? My answer was always: Inky…
What, you thought Lolita and Norman Bates came out of thin air?
- "She's not involved in this collection," said Ungaro owner Asim Abdullah just before his show commenced this afternoon, Paris time. He was referring, of course, to "artistic adviser" Lindsay Lohan, whose future at Ungaro had long been in doubt. [WWD]
When I heard that Tim Burton was planning to direct a take on Alice in Wonderland, my first thought was: "This will either be great, or it will be terrible." Turns out it's a little bit of both:
"Fashion and film used to feed off each other." So says Eugenia Paulicelli, curator of the exhibit Fashion + Film: The 1960s Revisited (which opens at the CUNY Graduate Center next week) in today's New York Times. So what happened?
At a fan event for the upcoming Alice In Wonderland, the stars of the film kept it relatively low key, while the fans went all out, dressing as their favorite Carroll characters. Let's take a look, shall we?