One step forward, two steps back seems to be the trending theme in fashion these days. Just when a Canadian music festival made headlines for officially banning Native American headdresses from its event, one esteemed member of the fashion set is reclaiming her right to wear offensive sh*t. Vogue Japan editor Anna Dello Russo recently posted a series, yes, a series, of five photos to Instagram of her twirling and posing in a Native American headdress because of…wait for it…some party at the end of an airport runway in Ibiza. We guess that’s as good a reason as any?
From what we’ve gleaned, Anna attended a party at Ibiza’s DC10 club, which boasts on its Facebook page that it’s “one of the best known clubbing destinations on the planet, principally due to the hedonistic and no holds barred afterhour sessions of Monday daytime party Circo Loco.” What’s worse is that the editor refers to the piece as her Ibiza hat, which one can only conclude means that she thinks the piece is just a cute accessory to wear to listen to music outdoors. (more…)