31.1.10

STORMY WEATHER

Stormy Weather
Numéro #110 February 2010
Shot by: Peter Lindbergh
Model: Anna Selezneva
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29.1.10

FUCK YOU FUCK ME

Now here's an alternative to Hallmark that i could get into.

V-Day cards, photographed by Casey RAnderson, available at Seasick Mama

AN INTIMATE AFFAIR


Riccardo Tisci's Givenchy after-party at the Ritz hotel
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JULIA LIKES METAL AND MAKING OUT

RUSSH Jan/Feb 2010
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Shot by: Samuel Hodge
Styling by: Stevie Dance
Model: Julia Nobis

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MARIANNE

  • Shoes: Carin Wester
  • Tights: Whyred
  • Vintage shirt: WCAGA
  • Vest: Rock n Blue
  • Fake fur jacket: Vintage
  • Bag: Alexander Wang
  • Hat: Forever 21

Image via Thestreethearts

SURFIN USA

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28.1.10

EVEN COWGIRLS . . .

These "Jolisa" Boutique 9 (by Nine West) cowgirl boots could be a pretty good alternative to the Golden Goose ones i've been lusting after. . . They've got the all important side-zip and the cobalt is really calling to me. . . all you'd have to do is darken up the stitching and run over them with your car a couple times . . .

If you have small feet (5.5-7) many colors are available for only $59.99 HERE

if you don't have tiny fairy feet you have to pay more . . . they are available for $72 in blue and brown HERE
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Steve Madden's "Vestted" boots are also a nice looking alternative to the Golden Goose... available HERE in black and brown for $69.00

mmmm These Frye "Heath" full length outside zip boots are f-ing unreal!! Available HERE for $200

IF A BODY CATCH A BODY COMIN' THROUGH THE RYE

J.D. Salinger died yesterday at 91 . . . It's insane that the last work of his was published back in 1965 in the New Yorker Magazine!! Imagine all those amazing stories he has piled up on his desk, unpublished.

NORMA JEANE BAKER

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I LOVE YOU L0U

Here's the second installment of Vanessa Bruno’s ongoing video poem (directed by Stéphanie Di Gusto)


OFFICE SPACE

After a lot of procrastination I finally moved into my new studio space. For the past year I had been working/making jewelry out of a spare room in my house . . . but after realizing that it would be a lot healthier/more exciting to leave my house and go somewhere to work on my jewelry, I bit the bullet.

The space is part of a studio art collective a couple miles away from where I live. . . My studio is surrounded by other artist collective spaces, a coffee shop, a natural grocery, a bread company that gives HUGE samples, and a great thrift store . . . not to mention it's only a short walk from where I go to yoga. This spot is also sweet because it's only about 1/4 mile away from my dad's metal shop (where I have unlimited access to every tool imaginable) . . . and at $90 a month the rent is pretty hard to beat.

I'll take some photos of the new space soon . . . the images below are of my office after removing all traces of jewelry making . . .