Who’s getting excited for LA (just over two weeks, baby!)??? / LA Times
Cherish your solitude. Take trains by yourself to places you have never been....– Eve Ensler (via delicatesoundofthunder)
The week that was: LMFF
I swear, Alice Burdeu [pictured] might not be much on the radar at the moment, but she is such a cutie, and a poster girl for the awesomeness of being a ranga. Love it. Statement headbands, patchwork prints and bright pops of colour on the street proved that the devil was in the detailing at L’Oréal Melbourne Fashion Festival. Putting to bed the notion that Melbournians only wear black, strong,...
Architectural love & Unhappy Hipsters
Sorry, I know this is meant to be a fashion blog, but I’m just absolutely loving these. Simple elegance. (But, um, is this one house or four? And why are all these beautiful houses in the middle of nowhere? The architectural equivalent of a studio background, perhaps?) Modern lines, organic colours and textures, lush foliage and beautiful sunshine. Love it. And for the quote:...
You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.– Mae West (via ninagarcia)
A day playing with my favourite things
Day off work = running around crazy with my camera (which is also one of my favourite things, but one I cannot, alas, photograph. Perhaps next time on Instagram, with my hipster hat and parka on?). PetiteGrand bracelet, New York Magazine, Clare Vivier navy foldover clutch, wool felt hat, vintage military parka (go Kirribilli markets!).
Johanna Johnson on red carpet glamour
So… I’m not really a big Hollywood fan. Red carpet glamour is all very nice, but seriously, who the hell are these people? And why should I care about what they’re wearing, when it’s not particularly stylish or interesting anyway? (The answer to that, of course, is because Tom & Lorenzo care. Duh.) That said, it wasn’t like I was going to say no when I had the...
Summing up the ridiculousness and fabulousness of...
If spending a bundle for your own train, as well as a collection of bejeweled clothes in rich fabrics, suggests imperial tendencies on the part of Louis Vuitton, you are quite correct. But Vuitton is in the business of creating preposterous fantasies around an object really just meant to hold your money and house keys. You could carry your stuff in a paper sack. But, ah … why would you when...