So as this post contains my Miu Miu purchase, I suddenly thought it would become acceptable to edit the colours of my pictures to an obscene tweak, please do not beg my pardon, it's obnoxious, I know I know (actually imagine it adds a more magical experience to my unwrapping of my most precious purchase).
And now, let me explain before we move on that the reason I am making such a big deal of this is because first of all, I am not rich, so my spending such an amount of money on one small item is a big deal to me (and my funds), and secondly that we all bore witness to the hype caused from the S/S 2010 collection and for me to actually own something from it, no matter how less stated it may be means a lot to me, I am ecstatic to own anything from the collection, much less Miu Miu whose design aesthetic I admire throughout all of her collections (oh my gosh and pre-fall as a follow up was not a let down if you ask me).
Aw hell, since we're here, I might aswell post pictures from the collection, I know it's like 100 years late but why not? It's become so iconic I should have it on my blog somewhere at least.
"As Paris winds down, one of the city's big stories is its designers' fascination with youth. Leave it to that Italian iconoclast Miuccia Prada to crystallize it in an oddly captivating collection that combined short, high-waisted Lolita dresses with naïve animal prints (and one not-so-G-rated lounging-nude motif). "I was questioning innocence, questioning youth," Prada said backstage. "What do they mean today in a world that's the opposite?""
Quote and images from style.com.