Cartoon Fashion Week Fall 2012
Since you guys were down with our cartoon Met Ball, I decided to kick up the shenanigans a notch with Cartoon Fashion Week. We took some of the top looks from the Fall 2012 Fashion Week and put them on our lovable stick figures. The whole gang's here, including Prabal Gurung, Oscar de la Renta and more of your favorites. It may not be as fun as Spongebob, but is anything as fun as Spongebob? No.
Pretty much everything Mary Katrantzou designs can be filed under "feast for the eyes," even in cartoon mode.
Don't believe us? Check out her Topshop collection and tell us we're wrong.
The powerful power suit, showcasing Prabal's mastery of prints. In fact, he's such a master that there's almost no way for me to draw the print. Photoshop to the rescue!
Sarah Burton has kept the spirit of Lee Alexander McQueen alive and well, creating over the top, yet oddly wearable clothes. It's the best option for a cartoon looking to make a sartorial splash.
And, they have a new website.
A big plaid coat, the ideal option if you're planning to streak, need to stay warm while remaining mysteriously stylish, or are selling counterfeit rolexes. Thanks Chloe!
Not to be forgotten, See by Chloe Fall 2012.
Mrs. Prada never fails to deliver a collection that captivates the whole industry. She is not one to follow trends, but one to make them. A cartoon in Prada is a cartoon in control.
Almost as fictional as the cartoon, the mythical Prada outlet outside of Florence.
The most charming cartoons choose Oscar de la Renta, designer of happy clothing.
In fact, his clothing is so happy that his models can't stop smiling.
All hail Carol and Humberto for the shocking jolt of life they've brought to Kenzo. Any cartoon looking to make their way on to a cartoon style blog would find it much easier to do in Kenzo.
Plus, get ready for the long awaited Kenzo x Vans collab.
Marc Jacobs has a way with nostalgia. His Fall 2012 collection, set to the tune of Oliver's "Who Will Buy?," sent shivers of excitement through the fashion crowd. Which is good, because they don't shiver enough.
Balmain-wearing cartoons mean business—they're covered in studs, sometimes ripped but always bringing a "yes, this is Balmain" attitude.
Tsumori Chisato is probably the most adept at designing for cartoons, her clothes have that kind of spirit. Personally, I think she's the obvious choice for the soon-to-be-revived Schiapiarelli label, but that's not up to me.
Good news for Chisato fans: she's designing for Petit Bateau, again!
More from Luckymag.com:
- The Cartoon Met Ball: Exactly What it Sounds Like
- Front and Center at Marc Jacobs Fall 2012
- Prabal Gurung Fall 2012: Who's The Boss
- Fashion Cab Confessions: C.O. Bigelow Edition
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