Friday, December 31, 2010

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Thursday, December 30, 2010

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

I really like Kelly Osbourne style right now. I think I already had told you that but it's an amazing transformation. I often see her show, Fashion Police, with  Joan Rivers, and I agree with her so many times when she thinks differently of Joan. I found these questions (and photos above) in Teen Vogue. Take a look and tell me what you think about her :)

1.How has your fashion sense evolved?
My body has changed, and I get to wear things I never got to wear before. But I'm still me—very nerd-chic and doll-like.
2.What labels are you into?
Miu Miu, H&aM, YSL shoes, and I'm obsessed with Chloé
3.What is the hardest thing about being on Fashion Police?
I try to give constructive criticism and make judgments without assassinating people. 
4.What city do you like most? 
London—it's my home. You can be whomever you want to be there, and no one is going to say anything to you.
5.If you could ask President Obama for one favor, what would it be?
Can I throw a dance party at the White House?
6.How do you find motivation to keep working out?
When I start to see the changes in my body, I remind myself that it will go back to where it was before if I stop. And I like to look cute at the gym so that I feel good when I see myself in all those mirrors.

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{When Friends know you ♥}

Here some amazing gifts that I've received from my sweet friends this year for Christmas. They know me. That's for sure! Thank all of you! Love,


Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Dempsey Stewart by Derek Henderson for No. Magazine

 (via here)
Camille Javal: You like all of me? My mouth? My eyes? My nose? And my ears?
Paul Javal: Yes, all of you.
Camille Javal: Then you love me... totally?
Paul Javal: Yes. Totally... tenderly... tragically.

Monday, December 27, 2010

Inspiration | celebstyle and streetstyle


Today this blog celebrates its second anniversary!
I want to thank to everyone who visited and commented for this past two years. This blog means a lot to me and I love to share my love for fashion and to be a part of the blogosphere. Thank you so much for following ♥  


Sunday, December 26, 2010

salasai | Fluorescent Adolescence lookbook S/S 11

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Bambi Northwood-Blyth

This 20 year Old Aussie is my new Favourite! She is only 5"7 ( although her agencies like to lie and claim she is 5"9) but for a model so small she is going to be so huge! She has already appeared at Chanel, Balenciaga, a ton of shows at NYFW and she lead out all the other models at the end of the Topshop Unique show in London. Her real name is Stephanie, Bambi is her nickname to match the tattoo on the back of her wrist. It is as cute as she is!  With her statement eyebrows she stands out from the crowd, not only at Fashion Week but in many gorgeous editorials. Sure she scrubs down nicely for the Cobrasnake and Hipster stuff but she also scrubs up very well. She is not a one trick Bambi, she is a field of Bambi's! She is dating Dan Single from Ksubi (The Australian Fashion Label) which may have given her a leg up, but in all honesty I think she would have made it on her own. Her face says it all.


The weirdest thing about being home for christmas is that I feel so different from everyone else.
My two best friends both want to be doctors, one is studying medicine and the other wants to do radiography at uni come september.

The fact that I am the friend that does fashion makes me sound like the thick one, but Im not. I am really intelligent and have always got good grades, sure I could have done medicine but I love fashion too much. I had to do fashion. I was born for fashion.

What I love about being at uni is everyone feels the way I do about fashion. For once people know what I am taking about and will have a conversation about it. I remember in 6th form when McQueen died people didn’t even know who he was! I felt so alien. It isn’t exactly like somebody such as Holly Fulton or Alber Elbaz had died, because I wouldn’t expect them to know who that is, but McQueen?! Really?! He is the reason everybody has been wearing hipster jeans for the past 15 years. Bumsters, Hello?!

Fashion is a major contributor to the economy. Fashion isn’t just clothes, it’s your hairstyle, the music you listen too, what you watch on TV. I find it so weird when this amazing concept doesn’t even slightly interest people. Not even those who do psychology. Surely the strong psychological factor that surrounds the concept of fashion would be a very interesting study, yet nobody has explored it. It is almost as if fashion is invisible and only certain people are able to see it.

As Anna Wintour said,
"I think what I often see is that people are frightened about fashion. Because it scares them or makes them feel insecure they just put it down. On the whole people that may say, the mean things about our world I think that’s usually because they feel, in some ways, excluded or, you know, not a part of ‘the cool group’ so as a result they just mock it. Just because you like to put on a beautiful Carolina Herrera dress or a pair of J Brand blue jeans instead of something basic from K-Mart it doesn’t mean that you’re a dumb person. There is something about fashion that can make people really nervous."

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Merry Christmas!!


Heather Marks by Enrique Badulescu

Published in Velvet June 2009

source: fashionising

Jenny Sweneey by Chad Pitman

source: rue des modéles

By Mikael Wardhana

Mikael Wardhana
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The ART ~ ...of Cin Cin !