Hmm…2 years ago I thought red tights were pretty ugly. Like faster-than-a-speeding-bullet- able-to-leap- buildings-in-a-single-bound ugly. Now, I see them in a totally different light. (Just like how I feel about gently pleated harem pants * good name for band*). I like them with tan skirts, esp if they are wool or tweed. And silk, as […]
I completely embrace the menswear inspired look. It is so refreshing to see a girl dress boyishly. It comes across as scholarly, confident and effortless. I love Boy by Band of Outsiders, and Michelle Williams looks wonderful in these photos! I love the blazers paired with plaid shirts or tartan vests. Fun. Dewar’s On the […]
Looking at this makes me want to fall into deep luxurious sleep.
for your birthday she sent you a card she didn’t sign her name she gave an autograph. now she’s trying to call your bluff is she your true love? we knew the boy who went from Mod to Ted she asked matter of fact had he gone off his head he was uncomplaining as a […]
photos: craig fordham
Great watercolor and Ink Illustrations. I love how there is a just a suggestion of an outline.
I am tickled pink–in a bit of wonderment. Junya Watanbe has created something that feels French, Japanese, African and Dutch. By mixing ethnic print with reconstructed denim, gingham and white shifts, he redefines ethnic textiles. And I find that visually thought-provoking. The headdress, which is over the top, feels right. As if a nun were taking a […]
theatrics at sonia rykiel. via cobrasnake
Today’s word is “hearkening.” As in heart and darkening. Or perhaps Heart and Arcing. It’s a beautiful word, no? Now for some visual tastefulness. I’ve been swallowing whole this entire line. So preety. preety. So pretty that it deserves two preeties, like a chirping bird. I love the textile pattern. So earthy, lively and intelligent. […]