Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
I know these photos are on every fashion blog right now, but I just can't help myself. Besides, if you're anything like me, you'll be happy for a chance to look at them again. Old Vogue covers always make me nostalgic for the glamorous eras they represent. I actually have one hanging in my house, a print I scored from the Alameda flea a while back (see it here). Back then, each cover was different and a work of art. They were innovative, interesting and tested boundaries, all while being absolutely beautiful. What's interesting is that the more rights and independence women have gained over the decades, the more formulaic the covers have gotten.
Vogue via Honestly...WTF
Thursday, November 17, 2011
I'm a bad blogger, but hopefully this amah-zing video will make up for it. I've had it on repeat since I saw it last night. Still trying to figure out how to balance work, writing and this amazing new project I'm working on. Hopefully I'll be able to blog more regularly soon!
Tuesday, November 08, 2011
There are many things that you can find in every city you go to, no matter what part of the world you're in. But there are things that still remain exclusive to certain countries—at least for now. Unfortunately, one of those things is COS, a high street brand created by the genius' behind H&M. I've only recently discovered COS, but every time I see new looks from them, it's torture because I can't purchase them. I love the clean lines and modern edge which is all topped off by the fact that the line is delightfully affordable. Currently, they only ship to select countries in Europe, but I'm hoping and praying they'll start catering to the US market. Until then, I'll just have to satisfy my cravings with pictures...unless someone abroad wants to mail stuff to me...anyone?
Monday, November 07, 2011
Sorry for the long radio silence. I was in Vancouver on vacay and had no time to post. My trip was an amazing mix of catching up with one of my best friends, taking in the sights, relaxing, admiring the gorgeous city and stuffing my face with ridiculous amounts of crazy good food (we're talking the biggest and freshest Sashimi ever, the best ramen of my life and more poutine than any one person should eat). Vancouver, I will be back for more—take my word for it! Here are some of the highlights of the trip. Oh, and yes, I did get up close and personal with a beluga whale named Aurora.