Not only was it longer, but it was also more controversial, with disapproval of either the sheerness of her look, the length of her dress, her hair, her posture and some even questioned her cleanliness. Basically she couldn’t win, but it made for an interesting discussion.
The tour started in Tokyo, where she wore a Louis Vuitton Spring 2013 romper with Brian Atwood heels.
We then went on to see a variety of looks ranging in style and colour, but the two things which kept reoccurring were her Cartier ‘Juste un Clou’ bracelet and her Christian Louboutin ‘Décolleté’ pumps.
The looks which really got you tapping on your keypads were the two Zuhair Murad looks, because of how revealing they were, and the Elie Saab gown, which would’ve been the highlight of the tour had she opted for better footwear and that darn belt.
My favourite looks from the tour were: the Louis Vuitton romper for its edginess and footwear choice; the Peter Pilotto, mostly for the colours; and the Zuhair Murad jumpsuit as I think she looks most comfortable in pants.
The most surprising thing about this tour was the lack of Balenciaga looks.
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