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Sunday 11 November 2012

London - At the Palladium Theatre.

It is interesting to see how certain pieces of clothing can transcend different generations and keep on being re-interpreted differently by each one. In our parent's generation, dungarees were used as working uniform (blue collar), whereas today's generation interprets this as casual wear.


Connie Staccato said...

"Fashion" turns up its nose at "overalls" (while embracing jumpsuits, go figure), but I wore them back in the day (in fact, looked a lot like this young lady) and they are actually the most comfortable jeans out there.

She looks lovely!

styleeast said...

One of my recent favourites, such a chilled out vibe but has a glamour about it too. Not easy to pull off but she nails it! Hope to see you soon!

Barbara von Enger said...

I adore dungarees - I paint in them. Yes. Most artists do. And some day I might just go straight from studio in dungarees to PFW;)

Matthew Spade said...

big fan of dungs

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