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Top 7 Crochet-Sightings in 2012

The media frequently highlights crochet fashion on the runway, in magazine ads and in articles where celebrities strut their style in crochet. Over the years, journalists and writers have gotten better about labeling crochet 'crochet" instead of knitting. Be sure to check bag often and look at the "Crochet Sightings" tab  at the top of my blog for crochet sightings as they happen. 2013 has already gotten off to a good start.

Here's look at my favorite crochet-sightings of 2012.
DECEMBER

Jessica Chastain in Crochet-look  top
Marie Clair magazine
Dolce & Gabbana-Marie Claire magazine
Irish Crochet flowers we're so familiar with
used on a straw bag: $4,245!
Oscar de la Renta
inspired by doilies
Marc Jacobs-Vogue
The same shawl in a different ad and different staging of
the familiarly not-so-attractive models!
Valentino Haute Couture
Price upon request
OCTOBER
Marc JacobsThe not-so attractive "
waif" look, but highly artistic with crochet as the focus
$1800.00!














Alexander McQueen-Pseudo-crochet and what an honor
that crochet inspires McQueen-Vogue magazine

NOVEMBER




Comments

Sheila Glazov said…
Gwen, thank you for the lovely visuals. I am so very eager to begin my crochet adventure!!

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