Hey all — as promised, we’re going to list out what we wore in each episode, with screen grabs when possible.
Here Simon is wearing head-to-toe John Bartlett, and while I wait for my 1,000th glass of champagne I’m wearing what I like to call the “Etch-a-Sketch” dress by Rolando Santana (because the sequins are black on one side and white on the other; you can write your name in it by rolling over the sequins!) I happen to wear a lot of Rolando’s work in this episode, and he sells all over the country, as well as a limited run on Bluefly…so go for it!
While we work together at home, I’m in a t-shirt by Walter, sandals by Cynthia Vincent and earrings by Ray Griffiths. The necklace is something I’ve had for a while and unfortunately don’t know where it is from. Simon is in a John Bartlett shirt, pink moccasins by Fins and we are both wearing Vintage Revolution jeans. The cat was wearing fur.
Again Alex is in a Rolando Santana dress, and a great costume choker from Housing Works with silver Cavalli heels. Simon is rocking Diesel leather pants, a custom made red shirt from a tiny little boutique in the Hampstead Heath area of London, and a label-less but nonetheless fun-looking jacket he picked up at a Divas Shop for Opera event.
No makeup makeup, a Walter tank top on Alex and a t-shirt on Simon for Dance New Amsterdam. And an overly sliced bagel.
On Alex, a cream & beige Rolando Santana dress, Cavalli heels, cocktail ring by Ray Griffiths, Sunglasses by Jee Vice, Cream clutch by Sevy and earrings by Thad Cline. On Simon, Versace suit, Thomas Pink shirt and tie, Cavalli belt and Church’s brogues.
Dress by Malan Breton; jewelry I’ve had for decades.
Shirt by Epaulet…..and that’s all for this week!