Archive | November, 2011

~ cruel summer ~

30 Nov

More Versace for H&M

Cruel Summer – Photographer Bo Brinkenfalk shares a tribute to Amy Winehouse with this glam story featuring pieces fromVersace’s recent H&M collaboration which also hits stores this week. Styled by Gordana Zlatanovic, model Signe sports colorful designs inspired by the greatest hits of Gianni Versace. A voluminous beehive and pink lips by beauty artist Eva Brodin are paired up with large hoop earrings, proving that summer never really ends.

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~ Carnival of the Animals ~

30 Nov

Bergdorf Goodman Holiday Windows 2011. In the span of a one block radius you are transported into 5 completely unique worlds that draw you in through the shocking amount of details that tell each story. Each window features a specific material that depicts animals you’ll find from icebergs to the tropics.

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~ a little french class ~

29 Nov

Paris-based photographer Gregory Blake has a lot of pretty friends and his biography basically goes like this: He is 23-years-old, he is adept at shooting in all kinds of natural light, something about women, something about cinematic and sublime photos, something about us not paying enough attention in French class. Basically, Ilike Blake’s photos and think you will too. More at blake.oscarlab.com.

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~ cupcake shop ~

29 Nov

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~ vibrant vintage ~

28 Nov

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~ mix ‘n match ~

28 Nov

(Images via http://www.elle.com, http://thesartorialist.com & http://www.style.com)

~ about a boy… ~

27 Nov

“You fall for this boy, and he burns holes in your skin with his mouth. He fills your head like a deadly poison and you let it take over you -what other choice do you have? Without this boy, you’d surly die. Ironic isn’t it? How is it possible that you can love someone so much, that you would endure any amount of pain just to be with them?” (via here)

 

“I mean, they say you die twice. One time when you stop breathing and a second time, a bit later on, when somebody says your name for the last time.” (via here)

“Do you know what it’s like to be a lover? A half of a whole?” (via here)

“The pearls weren’t really white, they were a warm oyster beige, with little knots in between so if they broke, you only lost one. I wished my life could be like that, knotted up so that even if something broke, the whole thing wouldn’t come apart.” (via here)