28 February 2009
27 February 2009
Oh Kim, I love your forays into various mediums of art! Kim Gordon has designed a small collection for Urban Outfitters. It's called Mirror/Dash, from the name of Kim and Thurston Moore's side project. I love the skirt at left; I'm a sucker for a good high waisted skirt. But, I don't know how I feel about the rest of the collection. The styling in the little ad is good, but the pieces are kind of boring. I want to say I love it because I love Kim Gordon, and Sonic Youth. I don't know.
26 February 2009
Ideeli is having a sale on Marc Jacobs shoes and sunglasses. Anyone want to buy me these shoes?
Gilt Groupe is having a Zac Posen Sale. I really love this canary yellow skirt, but it's out in my size . . . so sad.
or, if you want to channel Christopher Kane's fall 09 collection, you could go with this dress. It's considerable less brilliant, and actually a bit too much. But still, you can tell there are similarities, can't you?
25 February 2009
Yes, you read correctly. Sophia Coppola has designed a line of accessories for Louis Vuitton. I'm in love with the bag above. It seems like the perfect carry-all. Too bad its $4580 . . .
24 February 2009
I am eternally grateful to Henry Holland for creating such a fun collection for Fall. A girl needs come bright color to get her through these tough times, you know? Most of the pieces are totally wearable, but maybe without being paired with matching tights. I especially love that last pink shift. Although this collection isn't as awesome as some of his past, it's not bad.
1. Marigold - Devendra Banhart
2. Chicago (Multiple Personality Disorder Version) - Sufjan Stevens
3. Beautiful Way - Beck
4. No Sense - Cat Power
5. End of the Street - The Bees
6. Devil's A-Go-Go - Blitzen Trapper
7. I Love Jazz - Louis Armstrong
8. Backdrifts. (Honeymoon Is Over.) - Radiohead
9. Pretty Girls Make Graves - The Smiths
10. Afternoons Tray Sliders - Ducktails
I LOVE Luella. This season's collection is noticeably less girly than her past (I'm still lamenting the absence of bows). But I have to say I dig the grown up Luella girl. She's like a punk schoolgirl who joined the military. Hey, if thats what it takes to look this cool, where do I sign up?