a vision in crepey Wheatena lace with a lynx cape thrown over her shoulders and a red velvet ribbon sagging gloriously at her bosomFashion is a bit insane.
the revelation in Helmut Newton's memoir that even a woman of Margaret Thatcher's girth and rectitude could be a turn-on
no distinction, morally or philosophically, between Lady Thatcher and Pamela Anderson
a subversive treat lurking in the Iron Lady's silk blouses
the disarming simplicity of a wrap dress in mushroom-brown jersey with floppy mink hat and soft ringlet curls
February 13, 2004
"A Matronly Aesthetic With a Subversive Twist." That's the headline from a fashion article in the NYT written by Cathy Horyn. Here are some random phrases from the article: