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Monday, 13 September 2010

Louise Goldin for Coutts



















This weekend I went to a really special lunch. A lunch at Coutts bank, were I realized how
important paper used to be and how little we think about it lately.


























I also learned what a clever girl Louise Goldin is.
You probably know who she is but if you still don't here are a few tips:

She's a womenswear designer
She studied at Saint Martins
She gets inspired by architecture, specially Gaudi
She likes Kristen Stewart
She's doing a little film thingy with that God, Nick Knight
She's engaged
She has done this beautiful dress for Coutts






And then you woder what's Coutts? For those who don't know Coutts is one of the most important banks in England (THE most for me now). They care about new talent and that's why they are the new (and stronger) sponsor for London Fashion Week and they threw a lunch to explain us a bit about this exciting new thing that, (with my graduation next year in mind) I hope, lasts longer enough to involve myself with them in some kind of project!















Cheers for Louise (above) and for her great dress, below the making of the dress and the
photo-shoot. Can't wait to see her new collection this week at London Fashion Week!










24 comments:

SAM said...

WOW THAT DRESS IS A-MAZING SO MUCH

DETAIL LOVE LOVE LOVE IT! :)

XXX

Dark Blue Jeans said...

love that dress, it reminds me of the dress from dior couture from the oriental inspired collection 3 years ago.

pelayo, please do check out my blog, I blogged about you with your pictures as i love love love your style.

http://dark-blue-jeans.blogspot.com

xx

Kike said...

si es precioso el vestido, seguro es super cuidado para que no se manche, ay pelayo te la pasaste de los lindo, pero donde estan fotos tuyas, no hay en este post :(

Anonymous said...

"Recordad es muy important apoyar a los diseñadores y marcas que te gustan, (cosas de
verdad, no copias, ya todo sea dicho de paso) especialmente en tiempos de crisis como estos,
asi que compra-compra-compraaaaaaaaaa!"

nunca te habia escrito, y si a veces te leo es por esa relacion tirria-odio que tambien me hace leer a veces el periodico ABC o El Mundo.

Y te digo: Un poco de humildad, por favor, ponte en tu sitio, habla de trapitos y metete tu "moralidad" en tu agujero negro.

Bigio said...

Wow, nice pics! And great dress...


www.thebigiofactor.blogspot.com

GairahLove said...

Veo siempre tu blog, me encanta! Me encanta tu estilo, toooodo! Eres genial, para mi eres el mejor, de verdad, sigue así! Y la verdad te apoyo en lo de comprar las verdaderas marcas, por que lo que más me gusta ante todo es la originalidad y no una simple copia.
Y lo sigo diciendo, eres el mejor de todos de verdad, cada día veo tu blog y pienso: ¿Algún día podré llegar a ser como tú? Imposible, eres ya un dios para mi, de verdad, te adoro!

http://gairahlove.blogspot.com

irem_1412@hotmail.com said...

pelayo....
te vi por primera vez en myspace, luego en icanteach....
un día saliste en un programa a lo callejeros viajeros en NY
y hace poco he descubierto tu blog.
Solamente quería decirte que felicidades! porque veo que estás llegando muy lejos :D muchísima suerte!
@ MEri.

Carmay said...

Impresionante vestido de papel, me he quedado sin palabras. Que suerte tienes P.!

Natalia said...

Oh my god. That dress is just stunning. What a talented lady :)

http://sounds-pretty.blogspot.com/

escalante blogger said...

Nice collection of photos as a remembrance of your travel.

Mystery Bruises said...

this is fantastic!
looks like an amazing time, i am in love with your blog, all your posts are so interesting, im following you now, so keep it up!
xx
www.mysterybruises.blogspot.com

CP said...

WOW INCREIBLE!!

xoxoxo

http://not-like-the-movies.blogspot.com/

Vanessa Deloza said...

honored<3


x
http://www.sweeetjanee.blogspot.com/

Ivan Margusino said...

que precioso es el vestido y qe trabajo!

Virginie said...

Wonderful pics, this dress is really amazing! I would have loved to see it in real...

Virginie/ The DIY Fashion Blog

Bobby said...

hi, just discovered your blog, love it:)

www.fashionbirdcage.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVmmYMwFj1I

therewillbenomiracleshere said...

They should burn the dress with the model in it! What a show... (:

Anonymous said...

@ Virginie,

It is exposed at the Strand (Coutts headquarters); I believe it's gonna be there for the whole fashion week :) Definetely a must see.

Paulo said...

hey ! you should watch this show:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iEuTgRiOKzQ
it's from jum nakao, a brazilian designer, that made the hole collection made of paper, and in the end of the fashion show, all the models destroy the dresses! it's REALLY shocking!

Anonymous said...

Wonderful to hear they are supporting the creative business

Dick of Wellington said...

Ey, si sale mi antepasado en el documento!!!!
Sé que no tengo ni puta idea y que mi opinión vale una mierda, pero a mí no me ha molado un pelo el vestido: parece que ha cogido una falda sirena, una parte de arriba y lo ha llenado todo de origamis sin ton ni son hasta hacer un vestido perfecto para ocultar embarazos...
Yo creo que Pelayo nos pone a prueba: pone una mierda, dice que le gusta y espera a ver cuánta gente lameculos dice que lo adora también.
That dress sucks. I would suck Pe.

Anonymous said...

It's not the most important bank in "England" ... it's a BRITISH bank! It's owned by the Royal Bank of Scotland Group & it's not really a bank for your average person, it's historically catered to the wealthy ... The Queen being their most well known customer.

Sherrie Cola said...

haha 'prince pelayo'