September's Harper's Bazaar is 110 editorial pages of beautiful contradictions. Is fall about the 40s or the 80s? Do all black women roam the African savannah, or do some of them also sing in jazz clubs? Photoshop: Pro or con?
Someone at Singapore L'Officiel has a gloriously twisted sense of humor. An editorial called "Balancing Act" spoofs the runway falls that have become ubiquitous over these last few seasons, as shoes have climbed skywards.
Falling on the runway is my biggest fear. The bruises to ego and ankles. The flashbulbs. The awkwardly extended hands from the front row. The sick sensation of single-handedly bringing everything to a stop.