//So...flawless, fresh, pure, innocent...
Friday, December 31, 2010
Thursday, December 30, 2010
Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Thursday, December 16, 2010
Saturday, December 11, 2010
//A mind-blowingly beautiful collection by Erin Featherston. Drawing inspiration from the well-travelled woman, it has a clear colonial feel to it (which I am appreciating more and more lately...think big hats, all-white, printed dresses, exotic textures blah, blah, blah...). For more, take a look at her website.
Thursday, December 9, 2010
//Hmmm, maybe you are thinking what are these grainy-out-of-focus-no-good-photos doing here. Well they are from a gig I went to last night, and maybe you can tell that I am not used to taking photos at live events, much less with a digital camera (I shoot on film, only). I was super disappointed with the photographs I took but after touching them up slightly (I never do that, usually) and adding some noise (mostly to disguise the blurriness, but also to integrate them better) I think they are passable.
//And now to the actual matter: this is a new band on the Cape Town music scene...The Windy City. They have barely started (I think they are maybe half a year old) and already have a substantial fan base. Hmm well this is not very surprising, their music is very decent. Don't expect me to describe it please (errr what do I know hmm?) but listen to their music here or check out their website here aaaand definitely go to their gig at The Waiting Room on the 28th of December (providing you're in Cape Town). You're welcome.
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
|From Sheer to Eternity|
Publication: Vogue UK May 2010
Photography: Regan Cameron
Stylist: Miranda Almond
Model: Constance Jablonski
//This is Constance Jablonski. I adore her since this video (it never fails to make me happy, despite the slight
cheesiness...). She has stunning, intelligent features, and is apparently great at lip-synching too.
//I love the colours of the clothing here, the nude, camel, olive-green, off-pink. Also, there is emphasis on textures which I find very important. Other than that I dig the short dress with long sleeves...what a cool twist on short and skimpy.