A month or two ago my good friend Isaac gifted me a copy of L’Officiel upon return from his trip to Paris. I’d never heard of it. As you might have been able to establish, the magazine’s french. And being french, it’s in french. I don’t speak french. At all. But I don’t need to speak french to look at the pictures (which I have, dozens and dozens of times over) and I don’t need to speak french to establish how amazing that cover girl is. Which brings me to the point of this post:
Continue reading ‘Barbara Palvin.’
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As much as I’d like to be tidy and put-together, I’m not. I’m generally unkempt. My cardigans have holes in them, my t-shirts are always coming untucked and my laces undone. My hairdresser (and mother) will be horrified to read this, but it’s not uncommon for me to leave the house without brushing my hair. I like falling out braids and messy, wispy bits. I like bed hair.
More images below.
Continue reading ‘Bedhead.’
Karl shoots Abbey Lee and Freja in New York, for his A/W 10-11 Chanel campaign:
Often when I see campaign images I forget about what’s going on ‘backstage’ and how much work is really put into those things. I love this photo. It’s a glimpse behind the scenes.
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I don’t even like dogs that much, but I like this. The bow tie on the ‘Times‘ dog – amazing!
Better late than never, right? It’s technically Monday now (being 12.56am), and I am so, so tired and have a 7.30am breakfast meeting in the morning, but I’m all about commitment to my Sunday movie moment posts so here it is:
Derek: “I always think that ah, if I was in love I’d be married by now… but I’m not.”
Charlyne: “Well have you ever said ‘I love you’ to somebody?”
Derek: “I’m pretty quick to say ‘I love you’, just ’cause I feel like I don’t want them to run away…”
Continue reading ‘Sunday movie moment.’
This is a not-so-good-quality picture of a package I received yesterday:
In it, three t-shirts I ordered from as colour. Three end-of-line girls ‘lily’ t-shirts. Three end-of-line girls ‘lily’ t-shirts for the sweet, sweet price of $12.00. Holy. Moly. Bargain. City. I usually get the mens ‘paper’ tees, but at this price how could I refuse?
Continue reading ‘Bargain city.’