I lie down in the dust just under your eye
A scrap of paper, thin as vapour
Filling my clothes like smoke
A couple of the wires in my heart are broke
I throw, I miss, something, nothing
But dreams, schemes, moments wasted
Taste I tasted
Fate I'm fated
Re-edited again then copy pasted
(listen to the passion pit remix here)
So we basically have almost everything in common....well, maybe minus 'beards' and add 'peanut butter m&m's'.
Also. If i was Alexander Wang's merchandising assistant, I would also love my job.
MERCHANDISING ASSISTANT, ALEXANDER WANG
MY FAVORITE THINGS: BALENCIAGA RUCHED MINI DRESS, LIVE THROUGH THIS BY HOLE, 1920S VINTAGE SILK CHIFFON DRESSES, THE ROW WHITE BLOUSE, THE THIRD SUMMER OF LOVE BY CORINNE DAY, TOPSHOP LACE BRA, NEIL YOUNG, ANN DEMEULEMEESTER TRIPLE LACE UP BOOTS AND LEATHER MULTI BUCKLE BUSTIER, LE PETIT PRINCE, BEARDS, VINTAGE DISTRESSED LEATHER RUCKSACK, FONDATION MAEGHT, MY GRANDFATHER’S SAILBOAT, ST. PAUL DE VENCE, DRIES VAN NOTEN MOHAIR MAXI JUMPER AND STRAPPY SANDALS, AURELIE ANTIQUAIRE, PHI LONG SLEEVE TEE AND CORSETED BUSTIER, THE HOUSE I GREW UP IN AND MY JOB.
more pics at JAK & JIL BLOG
I wish i looked this good with tangled, knotted, greasy hair! These are some photos from this months Vogue Italia issue featuring some of my fave models: Abbey Lee Kershaw, Freja Beha Erichsen, Lara Stone, Angela Lindvall and Joan Smalls. This Amazing editorial was photographed by none other than Mr. Steven Meisel. God bless him and his camera.
Despite the INTENSE cold wind, we still managed to snap some cute photos by the water. However, it was so incredibly windy (the seagulls couldn't even fly forward) we relocated to the park :)
YES, we're all wearing headbands. YES. we're wearing heels in a park. YES, our outfits look the same (not planned fyi). YES, we got strange looks at timmy's and NO, we don't care.
The mixture of plaid, crystals, head chains and fishnets with gorgeous embellishments, folklore and ethnic culture created the '60's punk era meets traditional russian costume' theme in this collection. I never would have thought to mix the 2 together, but Alexandre Herchcovitch has so perfectly represented that in his FW 2010 collection. His inspiration came from Georgian director Sergei Paradjanov and the traditional costumes from different regions in the former U.S.S.R with a hint of punk.
Side Note: Did i mention the fact that i adore headpieces? these ones featured here are amazing, i would love to get my hands one one....(added to wish list)