Louis Vuitton's Fall 09 bunny ears were delightful. Katie Grand topped off almost half the outfits with some variation of peaked ears, whether bow-like or bunny-like, for at least a week post-show (or until my feet landed firmly in New York) I was convinced that yes, I would wear bunny ears. Though the charm didn't wear off, I came to my senses and unless a package arrives from Marc tomorrow saying, "Dear Britt, Please wear these daily," and I have a few Katie Grand styled outfits to wear, too, I won't be wearing bunny ears. Which makes me wonder about all the bunny ear 'knock-offs' (yes, I know you can't knock-off bunny years, but the LV show kicked off their non-Halloween related revival) arriving in stores. Topshop's selling theirs for £18.00 (almost $30) and we spotted a pair in the window of Forever21 last week, but they're not online which could mean they sold out? There's a pair at H&M for around $14 and we saw a bunch at Ricky's circa mid-October, though that was for Halloween. So if these are selling, does that mean you're actually wearing bunny ears?
The Secret to Marc Jacobs and Katie Grand's Successful Partnership? Charlie the Unicorn
Nestled towards the end of the Spring 2013 edition of Style.com/Print is a piece profiling the relationship between Jacobs and Grand. In addition to, you know, being the EIC at LOVE, Grand has been styling for Jacobs' Louis Vuitton shows for the past seven years now and says they've never had a fight. So what's the glue that keeps this fashion pairing together, despite long and crazy hours? Charlie the Unicorn.