Sunday, August 28, 2011


PhotobucketMarc Jacobs for Dior ? Really? As Sarah Palin would say, "Say it Ain't So".  I respect Marc Jacobs as a designer, however I associate him as an American classic designer who throws pop colors into his collection to make them interesting.  Change is good, however John Galliano is more out of the box sprinkled with a touch of over-the-top.  While finding someone to fill John's G's shoes is like trying to find a perfect match for Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men and Jobs for Apple, I'd prefer to see a designer that has a Je ne sais quoi under his name to fill this role. However, it's always best to have a mind open to everything and attached to nothing.