Animalia at the New York Times

Fashionista does not usually condone beastiality, but for theNew York Times, we'll make an exception. And there was a steady streak of it in this Sun
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Fashionista does not usually condone beastiality, but for theNew York Times, we'll make an exception. And there was a steady streak of it in this Sun
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Fashionista does not usually condone beastiality, but for theNew York Times, we'll make an exception. And there was a steady streak of it in this Sunday's paper. First, Bill Cunningham's street shots compared puppies with purses. We loved this idea, since whenever a boyfriend brings up getting a dog, we merely scoff, "Do you know how many shoes we could buy instead?" Also, fine, the puppies are adorable. Next in the Sunday Magazine, the clever fashion team has culled an editorial called Sexy Beast. The photos (and heavy-banged model) smashe fall's most textured ensembles against a zoo of animal photography, with Prada vests mirroring goats and Gucci coats echoing insects. Some of the zoology parallels work better than others, but we're especially digging the shaggy cape that they think looks like a ewe. Still, these features remind us a little too much of the infamous Radar feature Handbags of Horror... Except in this case, when an outfit looks like a bat, it's not scary - just fashion.