Thursday, December 29, 2011

Sophia Grace and Rosie

I am completely enamored by these two, I can't help but watch with the biggest smile on my face!
lastly, their shopping spree!

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

xmas mood board 2011

Hope everyone had a great Christmas! I can't believe it's time to take down the tree, and pack up the ornaments. I got a little crazy on tumblr, getting into the holiday mood!

Wednesday, December 21, 2011


Every few years it's cool to bring your old Goody hair clips back. I relish the thought of appearing like a cool big-little kid, like Courtney Love during her Hole days. Babydolls and barrettes!
japanese design studio: microworks
these are actually clip on bow-ties but i'd wear them in my hair, or as a bow-tie
they're designed after bow-tie pasta!

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Thomas Hauser

“At first glance, it seems to Thomas Hauser’s series AMAZONA very clearly act to an interpretation of the still life genre. Lush floral arrangements are displayed with great care in all its beauty and immortalized, as you might find it too similar to an old Dutch paintings. On closer examination, however, the viewer is a strange uneasiness. Flowers – always a symbol of a timeless memento mori – find themselves trapped here in containers of the industrial age, such as beer bottles and plastic cups. These objects can be clearly, that one has to do with contemporary genre scenes and that this genre can grow as part of their own real life new meaning. While modern photographers like Edward Weston to bring the natural elegance of a bell pepper to the phenomenon, can be found in Thomas Hauser’s work aspects, can think on issues like environmental protection or commercialization. His works can be different interpretations: while the one on your own mortality, it would be on the other hand quite possible that the material goods that brings Western capitalism and define it for centuries will outlast us…” – text translated by Google.

Monday, December 12, 2011

paulina surys

Silver Screen Glamour

Watching, Valentino: The Last Emperor, I was more enraptured by his original inspirations of making gowns for the ladies of the glittery silver screen than anything else. Sooooo glittery. Sigh.