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Going Bananas for Prada

Going Bananas for Prada

posted on Thursday September 23, 2010 | in The Basin Jamet,The Crystal Tearoom,Tuning in to Josephine | 4 Comments

Just when I was going to tell you about the girls of Basin Jamet and how they carried bananas on their heads after squealing and dancing at the river, I go to the Prada show and there on the clothes are the bananas.  So i’ll hold my story for a little later… stay tuned.

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4 Comments

  1. Debra (Reply) on Thursday 23, 2010

    I loved the Prada collection!!! A colorful island inspired gift to fashionistas the world over. With regard to the shoes and shades… BANANAS!!! (Rachel Zoe voice). The platformed oxford-esque creation is a must have for on the town chic elevated comfort.
    Keep the posts coming Ms Shala!!!

  2. MR.MEYER (Reply) on Thursday 23, 2010

    LEAVE IT TO PRADA TO MAKE BANANAS AND NAIVE MONKEY’S MIXED IN WITH BAROC AND JAILHOUSE STRIPES WITH A DASH OF ISLAND AND MISS J.BAKER TROWN IN TO A EDGY AND BOLD STATEMENT .
    FUR FOR SUMMER HOW NORMAL DID SHE MAKE IT LOOK IN A TWISTED WAY …….
    I REALY DID LOVE IT

    IT TAKES ME BACK TO MY ISLAND WHERE I WAS BORN CURACAO

  3. Oroma (Reply) on Thursday 23, 2010

    It was really obvious but I like it

  4. Islandista (Reply) on Thursday 23, 2010

    And on a somewhat random aside … green bananas too! Yummy!

    For some reason even though I grew up with bananas all around and still have six stubborn banana trees in my yard (and a mango tree), I was never a fan of ripe bananas.

    But green bananas now… pickled or with some saltfish gravy… oh yes!

    Oh and I love the skirt too!

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