venerdì 27 agosto 2010

Ok, just, you know, WOW.

This girl is Ilanka from
..JUST spotted her on
Well, she has a closet with everything-I'd-love-to-wear,

and the perfect sense of style to me.

My new Musa.

All Pics are from Ilanka's Blog and belongs to her.
What not to love here?


And you were dreaming of Los Angeles

While I was singing songs you wrote

You quietly gave away the winter clothes I made for you

While I made angels in the snow

Do the young stay pretty?

Do the pretty stay quick?

You know, but you never surrender

The city doesn't belong to you anymore

mmm.. Lanvin...

Lanvin jersey short dress seen on G Mag Italy out this week.

On da whishlist.

giovedì 26 agosto 2010

Kate and Patrick.

Kate Moss lensed by Patrick Demarchelier on Vogue Uk September 2010.. Fall Winter 2010 IS ALL HERE.

(collars, organza, animalier, velvet, leather, tulle and lace.. and, you see, those panty hoses?? oh gosh, delicious!).

To view more have a look at TouchPuppet

Retro is the (h)air.

Marloes Horst by Marc de Groot for Jackie September/October 2010

Lara Stone by Mert & Marcus for Vogue US September 2010
Laetitia Casta by Willy Vanderperre for T Magazine Fall 2010
All pics via Fashiongonerougue

The Hair, the colours, the poses.
I do love this retro scent in fashion this Fall, even if really I dont think the style fits me, but it's utterly charming, a hymn to female form!
Oh, speaking of which, I do love this seen-everywhere Prada's stiletto heels worn with socks:

And that camel light.. I'd wear everything in its shades!
Cognac, toffee and nutmeg as easiest allies..
A cape, maybe?
This one is plain, easy chic and HOT!


mercoledì 25 agosto 2010

London Calling.

Pic from Harper's Bazaar UK

The seed With another graduating class from the MA program of the world-famous Central Saint Martins in London comes Professor Louise Wilson’s latest prodigy. After majoring in illustration at a small fashion school in Amsterdam, he moved to London, aged 21, to intern at Mc Queen and Sophia Kokosalaki, and then to attend the CSM’s MA. Before his final collection even hit the catwalk, there were already whispers about Michael Van der Ham, 24, the talented newcomer. Now that those whispers have grown into a full-fledged buzz, he has already developed a signature patchwork style. Michael is a rising star: his debut graduation collection last year, inspired by Warhol’s foray into fashion design, has been critically acclaimed and double awarded.

The fruit Van der Ham has created a look at once modern and medieval, conceptual and cubist. His patchwork approach takes mismatching to its very limits. This season the Dutchman included a mix of rose Liberty prints, mohair and silk tulle into his carefully constructed jigsaw-like dresses, with the combination of romantically voluminous sheers and Swarovski-encrusted knits.

Design signature His trademark technique is of piecing together contrasting fabrics, colours and styles.

Has an eye for The eclectic - Van der Ham's mismatch approach to design ensures there's never a dull moment.

Is inspired by Women who aren't afraid to be bold.

Are you afraid to be bold?
This guy IS the future!

Mary Kate on Nylon TV.. a while ago.

Everybody Knows about my crush on MK.
Plus..this video is so delicate.. and I totally dig the opening song (this Texanian pretty-unknown Girls In A Coma female band's "Their Cell").

martedì 24 agosto 2010


Is it just cause you're Alex Turner's buddy, or just because you're effortless classy and a stunning beauty that I hate love you so much, dear?

Anyway, nice Cobain tee.

Abbey Lee by Hedi Slimane.

Ok, this is quite old (we're talking about mmm May) but I discovered it just some few weeks ago and still I'm sort of fascinated.
Black and white is just perfect on Abbey Lee.

Sure Abbey it's JUST your HANDS that do the most of the talking?
Try legs.
Try glance.

Just puuurrfect.

via hedislimanefashiondiary

It's a start.

Album: Devotion Implosion (Cordless)

Why we care: In a fuzzy, buzzy, under-the-radar way, the Jesus and Mary Chain were one of the most influential bands to spring from the ’80s. The Scottish noise-rockers excelled at feedback-slathered ’60s jangle — think the Ronettes backed by a psychedelic trio. Hot new bands the Raveonettes, Glasvegas and now L.A. trio Gliss all are disciples.

Why we like it: Gliss — Martin Klingman, David Reiss and femme fatale Victoria Cecilia — also sound inspired by coked-kids ’80s flick Less Than Zero, the gumshoe noir of Raymond Chandler and the fishnet punk-pop of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Raymond Chandler meets Andrew McCarthy meets Karen O? I’m in love.

Reminds us of: Farewell, My Lusty
Download this: Morning Light (that's the song above)

Kinda obsessed.