We attended the Fashion's Night Out event in Dallas tonight. It was a lot of fun! We saw some runway, did a little model scouting for work, and met some very colorful folks. I was inspired and decided to incorporate both a French beret and a faux fur bolero jacket into my Fall wardrobe.
[ Here is where I would normally stick photos of the above-mentioned event,
but I'm a space cadet and forgot my camera at home. Doh! ]
As all are well aware, this Sunday marks the 10th anniversary of September 11th. Can you believe it's been 10 years? It also marks the 6 month anniversary of the 9.0 earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Perhaps due to that anniversary, I find myself frequently thinking about earthquake day and our experiences during the chaos. I think about how scared we were and our evacuation, but also about how far away that all feels to me now.
Despite our having to leave Japan on a low note, I certainly miss those exquisite parts of Japan that I blogged about: the culture, the once-in-a-lifetime adventures, and how different living there was from anything I knew back in the states. Experiencing it all was a blessing. In a nutshell, I kind of miss Asia right now...
So in that reverence, I wanted to post photos from an editorial I enjoyed. It's not Japanese, but it's from Numero China #9 by photographer Tiziano Magni. The spread is empowering and beautiful and I hope it brings you happy, fashion-y thoughts: