A couple of my favorite looks from F/W 2011 Runways. More later
Anna Sui’s F/W 11 collection is really great. It’s diverse, fun, and funky.
Check out that electric green! Reminds me of Proenza Schoulers summer collection last year!
check out the tights!
Balmain KILLED it on the jackets!
I have been dying to share with you my latest dream home interior inspirations.
Check out these two Mid Century Modern homes. They are beautiful.
A few months ago, my friend Clark asked me if I had been listening to any cool music lately. I was embarrassed to say that I had nothing to report. I couldn’t think of one thing I had listened to besides the Beatles, which, despite being classically cool, is kind of a cop-out, BUT IT WAS THE TRUTH! I was covered in the shame of not living up to my personal hiplady standards. Gross.
So, I’ve decided to do an ongoing blog entry on songs and artists that sing to my soul, because I HAVE been listening to great music and I want to share!
What do you think I should title the entries? Sing to my Soul? SoulSongs? SongSoul? Do all these ideas cause pain in your frontal lobe? Neat. Share.
Also, I apologize in advance for the lame YouTube videos that might accompany my SoulSongs/SongSouls/SingtomySoulSongs….
#1 really should have been the Adele song I posted a couple blogs ago, but to keep the integrity of this blog entry I will start over.
Artist: Graham Nash
Album: Songs For Beginners
Song: Simple Man
Lyric I Love: “…I just want to hold you, I don’t want to hold you down…”
I really could have chosen any song on the album, because it’s one of those annoying “perfect album’s”, but ENJOY!
This is way past due.
Unfortunately, life happened to me and disrupted all that was my blogging lifestyle. I promise to make up for my absence with cool posts filled pretty pictures and interesting things.
Okay. Since when do financial magazines have better fashion editorials than Vogue and Marie Claire?
If you’re anything like me, the last time you picked up a Financial Times newspaper was to either assist you in the BS-ing of an annoying high school paper OR as the most accessible way to wipe off the coffee you just spilled all over your arm. Many of us wouldn’t normally be inclined to associate stunning photography and captivating articles with this international business newspaper, but I just discovered that somewhere along the black and white lines of business world, a star was born.
Let me introduce you to the magazine, Financial Times: How To Spend It
It would be in your best interest to immediately add this to your “cool websites that silverdollarday told me about” folder: http://www.howtospendit.com
Feast your eyes on this party people: