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Prada Cufflinks

Tuesday, March 29th, 2005
By Manolo

Prada CufflinksPrada Cufflinks

Manolo says, this it may well be difficult to believe, but in the opinion of the Manolo, these cufflinks from the Prada, they have too much Prada.

The Manolo he does not like the size of the “Prada” name, it is too large and too conspicuous for small item that should signal the taste of the wearer.

By the comparison, look at the cufflinks from the Bulgari.

Bulgari Cufflinks
Bulgari Cufflinks - 18 Ct White Gold and Diamonds


You will notice that the name of the Bulgari it is present, but it is much less obtrusive.

Of the course, there is the qualitative difference between the two sets of the cufflinks. The Prada links of the cuff, they are only $200 of the the American dollars, while the first set of the Bulgari cufflinks are $1200 and the second, with the white gold and diamonds, is $4000 of the American dollars.

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Prada Ads 1997

Friday, March 25th, 2005
By Manolo

Prada Ad 1997Prada Ad 1997

Manolo says, here you see two ads from the Prada from the Fall/Winter men’s collection of the 1997. These they feature the actor Norman Reedus.

Again, we see in the bottom picture that the Prada men’s wear it has this timeless quality that allows it to seem fresh, even eight of the years later. But this, the timelessness, it is the quality shared by the best of any sort of the fashion.

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Miu Miu Site

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005
By Manolo

Manolo says, like the official Prada homepage, the Miu MIu homepage it is nothing more than the single image, this one above.

The Manolo he has said this before, but it is curious that the Prada they have not developed these sites.

Perhaps the answer it is found in the recent survey that showed that the Italians they used the internets less than any other major developed country.

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More Prada Ads 2005

Thursday, March 17th, 2005
By Manolo

Manolo says, here are two more of the Prada ads from the genius Steven Meisel.

For some of the reason, the style issue of the New Yorker, from the last week, it was terribly late in the mail, which it is too bad, because on the inside of the cover, right after the bad Banana Repubic ads, there are two more ads from this same series.

The Manolo he will try to find the pictures of these ads to show you here, as they, like these one, are most beautiful.

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Prada Ads 2005

Wednesday, March 16th, 2005
By Manolo

Manolo says, here for you to look at are more beautiful recent Prada ads. Both of them they are from the famous photographer the Steven Meisel, who is in the humble opinion of the Manolo, a genius with the color.

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The Bluefly for the Prada

Monday, March 14th, 2005
By Manolo

Manolo says if you are looking for the Prada one of the best of the places to shop on the line it is the Bluefly.com.

For the example, this handsome Prada handbag below, it is on the sale, reduced over $400 of the American dollars.

Prada light brown leather 'Vitello Daino B' shoulder bag

And these sunglasses, they are selling for less than $100, reduced over 50%.

Prada green tinted tortoise stem sunglasses

Manolo says, if you are looking for the items for the Prada this place it should be one of your first stops.

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Handbags for the Summer of 2005

Wednesday, March 9th, 2005
By Manolo

Manolo says, here is the lineup of four of the Prada handbags for the summer of the 2005. The first one, in the corner of the upper left, it is the favorite of the Manolo.

Prada Handbags Spring - Summer 2005Prada Handbags Spring - Summer 2005Prada Handbags Spring - Summer 2005Prada Handbags Spring - Summer 2005 - Soft Leather and Metalnylon - BRAND NEW ARRIVALS!!

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Ayyy!

Sunday, March 6th, 2005
By Manolo

Manolo says, to the anonymous friend who pointed out that the Manolo he had posted the outdated article about the Jil Sanders, many thanks for your attentiveness. The Manolo he has removed this article. However, he is still red-faced from this display of his ignorance.

The Interview With Miuccia

Saturday, March 5th, 2005
By Manolo

Manolo says, the Manolo he does not read the GQ, as it encourages the men to take up the peacocky fashion, however, this month the Manolo he has made the exception, as this issue it includes the interview with the Miuccia. Here is the excerpt:

GQ: You know that show Sex and the City?

MP: Embarrassing! I was thinking New York is like that. I have the impression that the people are like that–the women, the bitchiness.

GQ: The thing is, too many women see that show and they think that’s how their life should be. Rather than create their life, they imitate a stupid show. And that’s the worst thing you can do. Right?

MP: Oh no, it’s terrible. Also the way of total and sure unhappiness. It’s what I say all the time to my girls in the office here: The more they dress for sex, the less they will have love or sex. These girls throw away so much energy in this search for beauty and sexiness. I think that the old rules were much more clever and better than the rules now. The trouble is, most people are not so generous. Everybody wants love for themselves. I hear this all the time from the women I work with. I hear them say, “I want, I want.” I never hear them saying what they want to give.

GQ: Do you tell them that?

MP: Yes, of course. They don’t listen. With women, the more unhappy they are, the more undressed they are. This is true. Dignity’s another very important part of this. Sex and the City is the opposite of dignity. You have to have dignity for your body–this is with men and women. You need to have dignity towards how you are, how you dress, how you behave. Very important. Men are always much more dignified than most women.

GQ: Why?

MP: Because women have the stress of being beautiful, of age and youth. Men don’t have all that. And with women, that stress causes a lot of mistakes and bad choices–a lot of not being their true self. You know, the older I get, the more I prefer to talk to old people. Old people or kids.

Manolo says, yes, the interviewer he is not the brightest of the bulbs, but he has nonetheless managed to elicit important responses from the Miuccia about the role of the tradition, respect and dignity.

It is no secret that the Manolo he is the lover of tradition, and the believer in the dignity of the individual, and in the proper respect for the self and others. This is one of the reasons why he is such the fan of the Miuccia, because she knows that the fashion it is truly secondary to these most important of things.

(By the way, the Manolo he disagrees with the Miuccia about the men having more dignity than the women. There are many of the mens who are completely without la dignidad. It is however true that the pressures on the women they are corrosive.)

Here is the more from the Miuccia.

GQ: [...] So what is the point of fashion? The average GUY pictures a few strange people sitting around indulging their bizarre whims, and I’m not sure you disagree.

MP: Clothes can be important. I am learning this. For instance, often when I design and I wonder what is the point, I think of someone having a bad time in their life. Maybe they are sad, and they wake up and they put on something that I’ve made, and it makes them feel just a bit better. So in that sense, fashion is a little help in the life of a person. But very little. After all, if you have a serious drama, who cares about the clothes?

GQ: I believe in uniforms—finding a look you like and sticking to it.

MP: I love uniforms because they allow you to hide. No one knows what you are thinking, so it’s a very appropriate and correct way to be yourself.

Manolo says, this is one of the points the Manolo he was trying to make at the Manolo for the Men with regard to the ridiculous men’s clothes of the Vivienne Westwood.

Too often, one sees the person who devotes enormous amounts of the psychic energy to maintaining the outwardly bizarre appearance. Ultimately, this is most often energy wasted, energy that should have been properly devoted to maintaining the inwardly unique or revolutionary way of seeing the world.

We wish to dress well and fashionably for many reasons, for the pleasure of having beautiful objects, for the pleasure of eliciting the envy or desire of others, for the pleasure of the feelings of self-confidence, but most importantly, we should wish to dress well because the clothes they allow others to give us respect.

The Manolo he does not wish to go all Foucault on you, but by this “give us respect” the Manolo he means that the clothes they are the signifiers of position and power.

The fact it is that others they judge us by our clothes. It is not fair, but it is nonetheless completely the way of the world. Thus we should dress well because the good clothes they earn respect and admiration that is not necessarily deserved, but is nonetheless useful.

Of the course, ultimately the clothes they are irrelevant to whether or not that initial respect and admiration they are maintained. True character, as the Miuccia rightly knows, eventually emerges.

Here is what the Manolo he said a few weeks ago at the Manolo for the Men.

The grown up peoples they require the grown up clothes.

Do not denigrate the importance of looking “normal”. Fashion it is about looking good, not seeking out the look of the abnormal, or the outre, or the purposely ridiculous.

Manolo says, the true radical in the serious well-cut, well-tailored clothes is the one whose thoughts, talents, and actions will change the world. The attention-seeking adolescent in the motley clothes of the fool, this person is merely the comedic sideshow.

Manolo says, enough of this! And now, back to the funny pictures of the celebrities.

(The Manolo he has taken the liberty of adding the illustrative links to the Miuccia’s words.)

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Prada Sneakers

Saturday, March 5th, 2005
By Manolo

Prada gold leather lace-up sneakers.   Manolo Likes!  Click!Prada silver leather lace-up sneakers.  Manolo Likes! Click!

Manolo says, the Manolo he has recommended these sneakers from the Prada on many of the occasions before. Now, they are on the sale at the deep discount at the Bluefly.

Yes, they are of the last season, but they remain very attractive, especially at the price.

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