The Hobbit: An Unexpected (Fashionable) Journey

Man… I went to go see the Hobbit, and I loved it. The craftmanship, the funnies, the killing of filthy orcs-es, the sexy dwarves (um, can you say Thorin, Kili, Fili?). Anyways… It was the second time I went to see The Hobbit, that I realized how much of a gangster Bilbo is. To leave his beloved Shire and possessions and to go on an amazing, unbelievavle quest…in a velvet jacket. Dang. That’s when I realized that every day is a new adventure, and I hardly dress the part. I want to be like Bilbo, dressing myself with some dang … Continue reading The Hobbit: An Unexpected (Fashionable) Journey

Meggings

As stated by GQ: “No”. If you’re not a ballet dancer, then no. If you’re not a pro/athlete and making it look good, then no. If you’re not a superhero, then no. If you’re not Peter Pan, then no. If you’re not David Bowie in Labyrinth, then no. If it’s not laundry day and your borrowing your girlfriend’s leggings, then no. If you’re not trying to get beat up, then no. If you’re not trying to show how small your penis is (stop laughing), then no. If you’re trying to show how big your penis is (stop laughing), definitely no. … Continue reading Meggings

Paris Fashion Week Favorites by GoFA

Although we definitely witnessed a number of exciting fashion moments, here are just a few of the Gallery of Fashion Art’s favorite Spring 2013 RTW collections from Paris Fashion Week (…in no particular order!). Dries Van Noten Dries Van Noten has an incredible knack for creating consistently comfortable glamour, and his Spring RTW 2013 collection was no exception. Van Noten’s grunge-inspired plaid prints may pay some homage to the good ol’ early 1990s rocker days, but the term “hard-edged” certainly does not describe his approach to fabrics.  Integrating delicate organza, comfortable crepe, and lustrous taffeta, along with a variety of … Continue reading Paris Fashion Week Favorites by GoFA