Monday, April 11, 2011

Revisiting 'Love on the Left Bank'

"...She was Vali Myers, the Beatnik gypsy mystical witch who reigned over the rain-soaked streets. With her wild hair, kohl-rimmed eyes, loose raincoat, and cigarette, she offered herself with abandon and self-containment. She mirrored what I aspired to aesthetically—to be unconscious of style, yet style itself. Her subterranean world seemed emblematic of all I hoped to attain: in a word, freedom. These images, shot in the 50s by Ed van der Elsken, melded the documentary with art."
| Vanity Fair |

The Perfect Spring Sweater:

Hetterson's Crenelle sweater is made from "superfine organic NZ merino" and hand-dyed with low impact dyes.
| Hetterson |

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Bodkin Spring/Summer 2011

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