Well yeah I’m still going to blog about Lanvin x H&M because what kind of blogger would I be if I didn’t?
Considering the only representation I saw of this brand were the window displays in the H&M on Newbury Street in Boston I really wasn’t so excited about this particular collaboration…but after a completely unsuccessful leisurely stroll this afternoon to H&M and learning that every single thing sold out around 9 this morning I was intrigued. Did a little research…
I’m super jealous of anyone who got one of those coats
How fun does this show look?
…and I’ll be returning to H&M every morning for the next two days to see if anyone happened to buy then hate this dress and return it because I’ve decided I really want to wear it around my house and just lounge around with a glass of wine in it like a princess and you know, watch tv on the couch in it and stuff….perfect for that..
The other night my love and I left the late night talk shows behind and turned to focus all our attention on the work of filmmaker-photographer Andrew Zuckerman. I’d stumbled upon his work while gathering inspiration for this blog and once I pressed play we were mesmerized. If you have time and instead of watching your regular television programs, lose yourself in his work and open your mind in preparation for some stimulation. Moving and so whole, the first one was nice to watch with my significant other.
"There are common threads throughout the work of filmmaker-photographer Andrew Zuckerman - the stark white backdrops, the solitary subjects, the all-encompassing one-word titles (Creature, Wisdom, Bird). What is noticeably absent, however, is creation for creation’s sake.
Zuckerman only explores topics that move him personally, and it is this integrity that moves us.
Just kidding, it just made me think of that. I really love when photography actually becomes art. A lot of the time it bores me as an art form yet when something like this comes along it really challenges the whole just of it. It’s simply true.
Rubbed my eyes raw and almost used up a whole bottle of liquid eyeliner trying to do these eyes one night a couple weeks ago in Italy. Apparently after watching Factory Girl (not the end) and having too much wine, being Edie just felt so right. I put on my fur and disappeared into the night to go buy some cigarettes after a while and to look for something fun.
Well, actually, it was like the heavens above me opened up and released a ray of light to shine down on me when I discovered this. A moment. I love this bag. I need this bag. I just told my new fiance that I wanted it for a wedding present from my mom. …and of course it was Kate Moss that designed it.