September 7, 2010 at 9:36 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 3 Comments

I thought I’d start off Music Week at WWJW with a look not unfamiliar to my readers — my trusty Go International military vest, which was inspired by Balmain’s Spring/Summer 2009 runway.  Balmain’s ironclad jackets proved to be a favourite among divas like Rihanna and Beyonce… but more notably, pay homage to the everlastingly cool Sgt. Pepper days of The Beatles.

Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is not only critically acclaimed for its music, but also its artistry, specifically its album cover.  Containing a collage of notable celebrities cut-and-pasted behind the Sgt. Pepper’s band née The Beatles, the ensamble is known as “People We Like.”  Creative contributors include prominent London art dealer Robert Fraser, pop artist Peter Blake and his wife Jann Haworth, noted rock’n’roll photographer Michael Cooper, and of course the envelope-pushing Beatles themselves.  Manuel Cuevas designed The Beatles’ day-glo military style suits, which, like the band, were destined for eternal fame and mimicry.

Just like Michael Jackson.

– Target Go International military vest
– Derek Heart bubble hem dress
– Princy by Jessica Simpson army jacket
– Nine West heels
– Lips: Lime Crime Contessa Fluorescent
– Toes: Essie Pink Parka



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  1. ITS BEEN TOO LONG! haha. i just spent like 20 minutes, at least, going back through your entries. all the way to july 2. i will make more progress when i have time. i still love your style and i still want to raid your closet and i am STILL jealous of your beautiful hair!!!!! rock onnn girl.

    • Welcome back LaReesa! You always bring such a positive vibe 🙂 Thanks for all the compliments!

  2. […] while The Beach Boys are far less profound than The Beatles, their longevity makes them nearly as prolific.  With thirty-six U.S. Top 40 hits — the most […]

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