Stephane Rollan S/S 2012 Haute-Couture Runway Details
DEAR GOD THIS IS SO HOT
Anais Pouliot in Grey IV S/S 2011 by Peppe Tortora
QUEBECOIS BABES REPRESENT
In celebration of actually selling things, and because I’ve always wanted to do this I am giving away these two prints and a set of fourteen stickers. All you have to do to get a chance at receiving this package made with love and care is reblog this post in its entirety (◡‿◡♡)
♡ This contest is open worldwide
☁ Do not reblog this post more than three times
☆ Do not remove anything of this post
☀ I will randomly select the winner Monday July 9 at 20:00 CEST (i.e. in ten day’s time)
bell hooks by sarah julia clark
new post up at the blog, about being unapologetically vain.
Fan Bingbing at the Louis Vuitton Fall 2012 show in Paris, March 7th
SO FREAKING FIERCE I CAN NOT EVEN
Looks like I found my next project! DIY saddle shoes, and they are red and white! Even though Valentine’s Day has past, these can still be worn, and should be! (via A Beautiful Mess)
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these are pretty fun, but i’d be more likely to do the opposite (paint what they left white red, and leave the other part white) because i’m a klutz and scuff shoes all the time.
Inspired by “Twin Peaks,” Stacey Clark referenced the Black Lodge and its mysterious secrets between the living and the dead turning out a tight presentation that nodded to the TV series with the use of graphic zigzag patterns, bold swaths of red and sweaters with the iconic phrase “The owls are not what they seem.”
NEED. NEED. NEED.
i want it really badly but Twin Peaks is going mainstream and thats odd
i am the only one who laughed out loud at the “twin peaks is going mainstream” comment? i don’t mean to be a dick but… really? it’s not like it was broadcast on a major television network or anything. or like the simpsons referenced the show to high heavens, or like it’s available on netflix across north america… but yes, i guess one fashion designer (i’ve never heard of) making a sweater that says “the owls are not what they seem” officially marks that twin peaks is going mainstream
/end uneccessary grumpyness
mostly reblogging to say: i’d wear that sweater in a heartbeat, but that collection hardly merits being called “twin peaks” inspired. yeah, the zigzag black and white stuff is fun, but it’s pretty “meh” more than anything.