I have a theory.
666 Park Avenue is Lost all over again. (with admittedly much better fashion)
Instead of the island, it’s the apartment building that won’t let them leave.
And instead of being a parapalegic on a walkabout, Terry O’Quinn is a business man with questionable ethics who is puppeteering every move within the building.
John Locke anyone?
Okay, so Henry is Jack with his unfailing ethics.
And Jane is Kate, because she can’t keep out of trouble.
And Robert Buckley is Sawyer (if only because he’s so incredibly hot)
And Nona is Walt because they’re both kids who know way too much.
And Alexis is Claire because they both have wavy blonde hair.
And since everyone is so freaking gorgeous, nobody is Hurley.
And probably half of these comparisons is wrong, but the point is – spoiler alert – I think we’ll probably find out that they’re all dead.
All I know is it took me a long time to jump on the Lost bandwagon, and I am not making that mistake again.
But before we move forward it’s time for a Lost-inspired flashback in the form of a few 666 Park Avenue fashions I haven’t ID’d yet.
It’s time to go back to the island.
Manhattan is an island, afterall.
What do you think of 666 Park Avenue? Are you watching? Do you see similarities (beyond Terry O’Quinn?) and what do you think is the secret of the Drake.
666 Park Avenue Jane blush v-neck cami
Jane Van Veen gray and orange print top (dress pictured)
Jane Van Veen print v-neck tank
666 Park Avenue Fashion
Jane’s print blouse from 666 Park Avenue
Madewell (sold out)