Sunday, October 31, 2010


Happy Halloween!

Tonight I Will Look Like This:

Monday, October 25, 2010

Erik Andriesse

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Reunited And It Feels So Good

I'm back in New York ladies and gents and it's a gas. Last night dinner at one of my favorite sushi joints, Poke, was delicious as always and seeing my darling Brooke for a tasty Thai meal has made my New York vacation reallll good. Straight up SoHo shopping and Baked by Melissa treats, what more can a girl want?

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

A Dream's A Lie

Well, October sure has been a dismal month - work, work, work. One more week of my own personal hell and then the blog will resume into full swing, promises promises. Looking forward to the Guided By Voices concert on Halloween and Phantogram show in NY, gotta keep on moving... I'll leave you with some Jenny and Johnny in the meantime from their collaboration album, I'm Having Fun Now. This adorable indie duo (Jenny Lewis & Jonathan Rice) manages to create a really light, fun, and super cohesive album. Ya dig?

Friday, October 8, 2010

Rhinestone Eyes

Maurizio Anzeri

embroidery on photographs and paper

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Pet Sounds

London producer Bullion released Bullion Presents... The Beach Boys vs J Dilla - Pet Sounds: In The Key of Dee in 2007, yet I shamefully had not even heard of it until last week. The samples from the 1966 Beach Boys album Pet Sounds mixed with J Dilla samples, seems like oil and water, but trust me, it works. There's been a lot of comparison with this album to Danger Mouse's Grey Album, and while it's a good album, this one seems way more unique. Songs like "You Believe In Dee" and "I Just Wasn't Made For These Times" have got me groovin' all week long. It's definitely worth some of your time.

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Punk Anthems

Seriously I am just in love with these photographs. The dichotomy between the punk and the couture is just beautiful. To me these images are iconic. Love. Love. Love. The spread was shot by Mario Sorrenti for October's Vogue Paris (Happy 90th Birthday!) staring model Freja Beha Erichsen.

I Could Tell You But Then You Would Have To Be Destroyed By Me

Last week, I attended a lecture by Trevor Paglan, the social scientists, artist, and writer. Paglan dedicates his time to exploring the secrets of the U.S. military and intelligence agencies. It was a really interesting lecture about his work and the medium of photography, and it further enforced my view that the government is up to some shady business. It may be hard to understand the photographs without a proper artist statement, but amongst the photographs below include pictures of classified U.S. military and intelligence satellites and spacecraft, photos of secret military bases that are considered blank spots on the map, photos of military owned planes that have no official record of ever taking off and landing but are used to fly to secret facilities, and lists of covert projects. His website and subject matter are super interesting and would definitely recommend checking it out!