Saturday, May 30, 2009


via the cobrasnake
Chanel Bag + SLR Camera = Perfect Combo

bright sun and blue skys

New York Times Style Magazine 09

sky high & new wave dorthy heels

via Jak & Jil Blog and Garance Doré


source unknown

skateboard chic.

Can't wait for London

Vogue Girl Korea, September 2006 via Ambiguous Alliterative Abomination

Friday, May 29, 2009

Valentino's Favorite Things

Pictures from Valentino's book "VALENTINO - A Grand Italian Epic" via YES PLEASE MADEMOISELLE

Thursday, May 28, 2009


quick sketch


Mossy table in a galerie in Paris.


I made grilled peaches for dessert the other night. I highly recommend it.

the shadow puppet

I found these delightful images on the blog kathrynskys.

Two Decades Young

image altered by B.

Wednesday, May 27, 2009


via belle.chantelle, image sources unknown

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Iris Bodemer

via dear ada (the first blog I read!)
Iris Bodemer's jewelry is stunning and equally matched by its presentation!

lovely looks

Monday, May 25, 2009

Stella McCartney's Chandelier

read all about it at bloom.acious
Meet Lucky Spot, a gorgeous crystal "chandelier" installation by Stella McCartney.

The many faces of ScarJo!

found on Lilliebe
Gosh this is cute!

Sunday, May 24, 2009

Chanel Pre-Fall 2009

The embellishments on all of the garments and the detail used on the accessories are absolutely exquisite. I think I am in love... scratch that... I KNOW!

Natalie Wood: parallels

via The Selby
Natalie Wood is a fashion designer and artist based in Sydney, Australia. These images of her home struck me because her room is a fusion of my dorm and room at home. As I sit here, the same two dressers sit across from me; and my necklaces remained untangled in the same way all year at school! (Natalie's necklace collection give me a hankering for the Sunday flea. Can it be the first Sunday of the month already?)

white light

original source unknown, via Prima/Dona

real human interface

Hi from Multitouch Barcelona on Vimeo.


found on

collage it

collage by B


Saturday, May 23, 2009

salt maze

Motoi Yamamoto creates intricate installations made entirely out of salt! I am so impressed by the dedication and patience that this art form undoubtably requires. I can can only imagine how many painstaking hours each of these works takes to complete.

missing z

Align Center
photo via Capture the Castle
Dearest Z,
Come home soon
The bay misses you!
p.s. bring
Ladurée when you do.

lovely red

Compliments of 100 Layer Cake!