Not pxoc but I still adore this coat, probably even more because of the hood VVV
Thursday, December 30, 2010
Tuesday, December 28, 2010
I'm currently visiting my mom's family in Iowa right now- everything is so pretty and white! I love it. My family is off watching the Iowa vs. Mizzou bowl game, while I opted to stay home and babysit my cousins- football is not my thing. Anyway I came across this ingenious ysl mondrian inspired dress that is entirely made of .25 mm thick fashion grade latex.
It's available here, for $210, along with a rather frightening amount of other latex pieces to choose from.
Posted by Julianne at 6:28 PM
Sunday, December 26, 2010
I hope you all had a merry christmas and happy holidays! I had a great time with the fam and received some fantastic fashion related gifts(mostly books) that I'm super excited about that I'll post soon. So if you can tell I'm kind of going through a london/copenhagen street phase. Mixed with a little goth, hipster and rachel zoe. I'm kind of at a 60s/70s meets creepers moment. I want the extravagant glam of the 70s, cat eye of the 60s and the simplicity of well designed black(CDG anyone?) pieces. Bizarre but I'm loving it all! These pictures are up on my inspiration board right now:
I want boots like this so much. I love the studs and the versatility of the piece. And I want a capelet!
this woman is so effortlessly chic
Posted by Julianne at 11:34 AM
Thursday, December 23, 2010
This is kind of a random movie to be watching over the holidays, but since I have so much free time now that its break I've taken to watching as many movies as possible. Thank god for movie channels! I think I liked GI Jane more than the average person for some reason. Its approach to feminism in the military and even DADT was really intriguing; its especially cool now that DADT has been repealed! The film was a constant comment on femininity/ masculinity that was done in a really nice manner. Basically I want to be as sassy(and ripped!) and ferocious as her. Need to go to the gym asap...
Is it just me or does she look even more stunning with a shaved head?
Reminds me of Chloe Sevigny in If Walls Could Talk, II i think? Gimme a super hot butch character anyday.
This scene is super gorey but I'm obsessed with her line at the end. What I would give to have the opportunity to tell someone to suck my dick....
Posted by Julianne at 9:56 PM
Tuesday, December 21, 2010
I never saw a wild thing sorry for itself. A bird will fall frozen dead from a bough without ever having felt sorry for itself.
I think this girl may be my style soul mate. She loves vintage and the story that comes with buying used and also buys cheap shoes because she can't afford anything else. AKA ME. I'm kind of on a late 60s/ early 70s vibe thats borderline obsession, trying to get my hands on any movie or magazine from that period. I need a job.
EDIT: so i kind of watched a thousand more of these and added some more favorites!
p.s. I'm thinking of starting a vintage shop on etsy! I just feel like everytime I'm thrifting I find a million things that are too big/too small/ not my style/ that are dying to be loved again! thoughts please!
Posted by Julianne at 12:51 PM
Sunday, December 19, 2010
Boys, I don't want to speak ill of your mother on Christmas, but she's nothing but a common street whore.
I feel like every time any break rolls around, I need it more than the last one. This semester was so stressful but now I feel so free and ready to finish high school. And for once I'm really looking forward to spending time with all the extended fam.
Normally I hate dances, but I would be so psyched for prom if could find something like either one of these dresses, especially the gold one. I'm planning on scouring vintage/charity shops for the next few months for something flowery or sequiny maybe, who knows.
DIY much? I think my years of girl scout camping have seasoned me in the art of friendship-bracelet making, so must do this ASAP. I have a bunch of diys I want to attempt over break.
I WANT A NOSE RING SOOOO BAD. Too bad my school has a policy on facial piercings.....
I just think this is funny.
I adore akio takamori.
I want Michelle William's hair. and general adorableness....
I think that it is entirely IMPOSSIBLE to ever get enough of Kate Moennig. She will forever remain one of my favorite TLW characters.
I scored seasons 1&2 of the rachel zoe project on sale at target for 12.99 ea plus some new lipstain today, so I'm a pretty happy camper. And I bought a clothes rack last week to fix my closet-overflow problem so now I'm on my way to having a semi-organized closet hoorah!
Posted by Julianne at 8:11 PM
Monday, December 13, 2010
Saturday, November 13, 2010
This is public school. If I can keep the girls off the pole and the boys off the pipe, I get a bonus.
Ever since I saw this photo from the sart I've has my heart set on bell bottoms. Really, I'm quite tired of skinnies at the moment. This look is a breath of fresh air, especially the light jean + floppy hat + blouse combo. I've scanned a few vintage and thrift stores for a pair, with zero luck so far. So naturally my next step was etsy!
I really love the idea of cream lace ones or even the paisley ones. I think i'm going to try and snag the plain ones for starters, wish me luck!
p.s. I'm also obsessed with this cape from american apparel. I saw it in the store in KC(boo stl not having a store... seriously whats up with that?) when I was visting a college yesterday but unfortunately I had no cash. Also these dresses( here and here) from Nefertiti! I seriously need a job ASAP!
Posted by Julianne at 7:31 PM
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
In order to learn as much about the industry as I can I've decided to do a weekly bio/interview/ informational piece on someone that caught my eye. I think it's fascinating to learn how people got their start and just how other people live. First up is
Edward Enninful is a stylist and the fashion director of i-D, a position that he has held since he was 18. He was born in Ghana but moved to London with his family as a teen. He first got his start when he was discovered at age 15 as a model. He started at university but left for his position at i-D, which he has held for 17 years. He is also a contributing editor for Italian, American and L'uomo Vogue. Enninful has worked with the worlds best photographers, including Stephen Meisel, Mario Testino, Annie Leibovitz and Terry Richardson. He has also styled numerous ad campaigns for major fashion houses such as Lanvin, Dior, Alberta Ferretti, Versace, D&G, etc. Damnnnn. Theres also great piece on him from the new york times here.
What I like most about him is how genuine and plain nice he seems! He recieves nothing but praise nn every single one of the articles I've read.
p.s. In honor of VeganMoFo, the vegan blogger I have to share with you today is Sarah of Peas and Thank You. Her blog is filled with witty remarks and various pop culture references, along with delicious recipes and pics of her adorable kids.
Posted by Julianne at 9:57 AM