Posts Tagged ‘el pollo loco’


British designer, Emma Bell, has a taste for the avant-garde, sweet and silly… exactly how I like it , too! For her Spring 2010 collection, Emma focused on the boobies, the shoulders and Hansel and Gretel. Nothing wrong with that. Although, I do love her past collections featuring wolves and gingerbread people. I think what I like most about Emma’s designs is that it incorporates gory children’s fables with bright colored clothes. She does a lot of collaborating with other companies, which explains the hamburger/pizza/carrot/egg cardigan that I saw at the Irregular Choice store in NYC a while back. I was super close to buying that, until my shopaholic sponsors veered me out of the store.

PS- It’s my birthday today , so may be it’s a sign that I should get that cardigan now?? Anyway, I’m planning a fancy dinner( El Pollo Loco?)  with my family and lots of Fancy Feast for my kitties. Why? Because we’re fancy like that. Here’s a shot of what’s coming to me today……


photos: Emma Bell

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British Milliner, Stephen Jones , designed this fugly hat that was in John Galliano’s Spring 2009 collection. I’m confused as to what this is exactly. So, I see the flower… is that chicken wire??… and is that Waldo’s scarf( I know he doesn’t wear a scarf- but it looks like he would wear this one)? 

I dunno, but I usually love clever hats, but this one is not cool. Speaking of chicken wire, I’m glad Prop 2 in California passed- the one for banning animal cruelty on farms. Having said that, I’m craving El Pollo Loco. For everyone who doesn’t know what I’m talking  , click here. I used to make fun of the place when I first moved to California, then I I was forced to eat there one day – and I liked it! 

Back to hats, I like hats with feathers on it the most. 

photo: Hat-inator

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