Valentino Spring Summer 2018 Fashion Show
Bonjour Paris! We’re on the final stretch of the Spring/Summer 2018 women’s collections. Today is V-day! As always, don’t forget to tune in today, October 1, 2017, at 5PM Paris time (11AM New York time, 11PM Hong Kong time) to watch the Valentino fashion show by Pierpaolo Piccioli. See you at the show!
Buongiorno Milano! I’m so happy to finally be back home. If you follow me on instagram, I’m sure you are aware of the fact that I recently found out that I’m 7.2% Italian. I’m not lying! These hips don’t lie. I have the receipts, thanks to a DNA exam! Gucci, as always, is my first show of the week and I’m so happy to be share the livestream on my site.
I’m thrilled and honored to be producing a number for videos in collaboration with Gucci. We’re kicking off with Chatsworth House in Derbyshire in the United Kingdom! Travel is a powerful and transformative experience. There is something magical in transporting yourself to a different environment other than your own. By going to different places, you get to expose yourself, visually and physically, to unique cultures and ideas.
There will be lots of obstacles on the way (like a family of catlovers who will tell you not to get a dog) but never lose your focus and focus on the grand prize!! A fun lively puppy who will love u unconditionally!
I also played my cards right. I packed and moved shop and switched home bases and played the desperate lonely housewife. I could have a dog or keep me company or i download Grindr and have tons of sex with blonde Swedish twinks. So there. Option A wins!!!!!!!
3 years ago he laughed when i brought the idea of wanting a dog. Then i planted seed “what if one day a friend gifted me a pup” then “what if one day i came home with one” etc etc etc. plant those seeds! Manipulate!
And for those of you couples where 1 person wants a dog and the other doesn’t, don’t lose hope. It takes a lot of time. And planting brain seed. It took me 3 years. Worse comes to worst, threat with divorce. Or no sucking dick!!!!!!!
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