ashley smith by greg gex, delicate magazine
next time i buy myself something expensive it will be this... my mind may change a million times before that. but for now this is it. waaaaah! expensive
a couple of months back (back in the days of blonde) i was part of the new hedkandi campaign. jeremy and his team prepped me at the salon and we all went out to shoot on the c-train. this was probably the most hilarious shoot i have done in a while, the people on the train kept watching all the commotion we were creating around us (i'm looking at you gerard :)), i even got some comments as to my supposed 'anorexia' (little did these girls know what a compliment that was, even if far from the truth). possibly the most entertaining was 'making out' with myself in the dirty train windows (i still feel there might be some diseases lurking around inside my body-note to self check it out during yearly exam) and seeing the bewilderment of the people waiting on the platforms and leaving the train. i don't think there is possibly an appropriate thing to do in a situation like this. either way the shots finally came out and will be running for the next 3 months.
makeup tara anand
styling leah van loon
i have absolutely no desire to ever have a big wedding, once/if the day ever comes (i'd rather spend the money on things like clothes or shoes, or even magazines, just imagining how many super expensive subscriptions i could get for the money that people spend on weddings these days makes me drool and fantasise what kind of presents i will be requesting from people). i was browsing blogs today and i stumbled upon this photo. no big wedding = no fancy dress (which i am fine with, just another expense to contribute to an unecessary tab), until now i was thinking something ala carrie bradshaw in city hall wedding in sex and the city, but this is so much better. i think shopping for my wedding 'outfit' will be funner then shopping for a dress, just as long as i have my david yurman wedding band :P (ahem! ahem!)
vespa sprint vlb1974 150cc with sidecar, USD 2,900
tommy ton entered backstage of the men's john galliano show to share these photos on his blog, jak and jil. i am not usually a fan of men's fashion (with the exception of a boyfreind shirt and blazer here and there), and these photos are really not about fashion at all, it's all about the makeup, i love that there is no boundry between male and female and that the guys get to play characters as well. i would love to see what goes on in that mans' head, whatever it is, it's special, he should box it and start selling it, i think he'd make a fortune.
for only $62/day (for 4 days) you too can be a part of the magic
my folk fest ride, pretty much my dream since i was a little girl
who is kenna burima?
it's not coachella or glastonbury but that's what we get