Weekly High Lows: Paris Runways Were Cheery, Kanye's Fashion Debut Was Dull

Louis Vuitton carousel spring '12


  • The Paris runways were light, fluffy, relaxed, and positive. Basically, anything but somber — you know, like the economy.  (Reuters)
  • Vogue was named Magazine of the Year by the Ad Age Awards.  Well done, Anna Wintour.  (Telegraph)
  • Retailers across the board are hiring thousands more holiday workers than they did last year.  If you’re looking for seasonal employment, brush up your resume.  (High Low)

Marc Jacobs sent his Louis Vuitton models out on a carousel.


  • Steve Jobs, founder of Apple, passed away at the age of 56.  Take a look at his legacy.  (Wired)
  • Kanye West debuted his women’s line to a collective lack of critical enthusiasm for the looks.  (NYT)
  • Milan announced they were moving themselves up by a week during the September 2013 fashion week schedule, and disagreement has ensued.  This has yet to be resolved.  (High Low)

Several looks from Kanye West’s debut collection of womenswear.

3 Responses to “Weekly High Lows: Paris Runways Were Cheery, Kanye's Fashion Debut Was Dull”

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