Mr Little Jeans is the pseudonym of Norwegian electro-pop singer, Monica Birkenes (the name comes from a character in Rushmore).
This spring-reminiscent tune keeps you moving with a tingly baseline, deep guitar riffs and tight vocals.
The song is off of her new EP but we’re holding out for her full-length album “Pocketknife” which comes out on March 25. That gives us just enough time to put “Good Mistake” on repeat until our ears won’t stop ringing and our feet are danced raw.
"A drive toward minimalism…" it read. But simply put, this collection had a lot going on: collage-style construction. Sculptural flourishes. Windowpane effects. Hand-painted chain embroidery. Sparkly lamé. A panoply of intense textures, many of them juxtaposed in the same look. And that’s an incomplete list of the ideas Berardi was playing with this season. His usual Amazonian sexuality came through, and there were a handful of very nice pieces, like the gray flannel coat with raised pockets, or the show-closing embroidered gown with nicely judged bell-shaped sleeves. But too many of the looks here came off heavy and/or cluttered. Assuming the show notes reflect at least Berardi’s intent, then his instinct toward restraint is a good one. To get there, he’ll have to tighten the reins." │ via style
"Visions of billowing bonfires sweeping through the Scottish Highlands,” was the inspiration for Marchesa designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig’s runway according to notes.
A shockingly beautiful white pony hair strapless cocktail number boasted an intricate, trailing vine of copper ribbon work embroidery. Any one of the more fitted silver and blush tartan lace confections. But to us, the stuff that really evoked the Scottish Highlands were the richly embellished kilt-like gowns and dresses – one in teal silk with 3D mohair embroidery caused people in the audience to bolt upright. As for the bonfire imagery? It was right on as lacework looked singed and a burnt orange feather number with a net turtleneck smoldered. Gorgeous stuff for gorgeous gals, we can almost guarantee you’ll be seeing some of this on the red carpet come October.” │ via newsday