Sunday, April 27, 2008

Sheer Perfection!

Perhaps one of the best issues of Vogue Italia yet (March 2008)!!

Live in Lyon

Well yes, I'm most certainly on a Nick Cave kick and there's absolutely nothing you can do about it. Rent/buy his live DVDs (as youtube's feeble volume does this no justice) - thank me later!

Sunday, April 20, 2008

My Life in Fashion: Lou Doillon

"I was raised in a room that was black, with an old four-poster bed and a sink from the Orient Express. It was a big house hidden behind four enormous doors. I was surrounded by curios - a little shoe of Marie Antoinette's that Serge Gainsbourg gave my mother, old pianos, stuffed animals. My crazy uncle talked about chaos theory until 4am. I was the classic daughter of a star..."

Dulcinée, Utterly Breathtaking!

I've never been to New York City. In fact, I've never had a particularly strong desire to, but unless this crème de la crème vintage store introduces online shopping I just might have to make a pilgrimage!
Dulcinée is located at 127 Stanton Street in NYC, 212-253-2534

Friday, April 18, 2008

The Color of Plants on Other Worlds

"Light of any color from deep violet through the near-infrared could power photosynthesis. Around stars hotter and bluer than our sun, plants would tend to absorb blue light and could look green to yellow to red. Around cooler stars such as red dwarfs, planets receive less visible light, so plants might try to absorb as much of it as possible, making them look black..."
"The Color of Plants..." -Scientific American

Serge Leblon Yet Again

C'est magnifique!

Very Elle

S/S 2008
scanned by Lux Lisbon @ TFS

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Fucking Fabulous!

So I've only JUST discovered that Jarvis is coming to Chicago for the annual Pitchfork Fest. I couldn't possibly be more excited...well at least until I am assured Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds are coming to town!

Monday, April 14, 2008

Friday, April 11, 2008

Buy This Issue!

Jalouse has incrementally roused my attention over the past year or two, but April's issue is especially impressive!
thanks to Traversant from TFS!