Abby Lee shot for Dazed & Confuseds December issue by Daniel Jackson, and styled by Karen Langley. It’s breathtaking and I’m starting to think that Abby Lee might be one of my favorites.
Yearly Archives: 2009
I saw the Grey Gardens remake with Drew Barryomre and Jessica Lange this summer and it was so gripping, sad and at the same time very inspiring. I have been wanting to find the original movie and came over this clip with some off all Little Edie’s costume changes. Does anyone know where I can see or get the original movie?
I took this after the Ohne Titel show. Tauba Auerbach’s braid is so beautiful, is there one thing I miss with not having long hair anymore is to braid it while reading or watching a movie. I think she said her dress was Ohne Titel. It’s been a while since I saw the show, so I enjoyed it again at Style.com and picked out a few favorites. I really want the tights from the collection.
I spotted the bag from far away and had to know who it was by, in addition she looked very cool, so I ran after her, puh! And surprise she was Norwegian. To meet a fellow norwegian anywhere in the world, except for perhaps in Sweden and Denmark is always fun. Our little bond that ties us together that only 4,8 million people share, with our own language and strange norms. And if that wasn’t enough, her bag is made in a collaboration with the Norwegian photographer Sølve Sundsbø and Surface to Air.
David Bellemere shot these for Italian Marie Claire. They are so pretty I gasped when I saw them.
Who would have thought that pastel pink and brown would look so great together. Her jacket is from Isabel Marant.
I love all white outfits as you can see from my previous post. But it can be done right and it can be done cheesy (-plastic stiletto boots and too tight jeans is one). Terence Koh has definitely done it right and with his own little twist, his arms sticks out of self made holes, his own interpretation of a poncho. And he is the only one who can make a simple plastic bag look cool. The leather pants are from his Opening Ceremony collection.
Edit: The bag is from Margiela.
I did a job where they bleached my eyebrows and I thought I would show it to you. What do you think? It was very strange looking at my self in the mirror, the cool thing was to apply darker eyeshadow when I was going out cause it immediately looked like Givenchy. My sweather is by Lainey Keough and it’s made by the most amazing Cashmere ever, and my white leather shorts that I bought at Screaming Mimi’s which I’m also wearing here.
The beautiful stylist Ada Kokosar after the Lanvin show in Paris. Love the draping on her shoulders and the rich blue color.
Regina Chan looks made me almost cry when I saw her in Wooster street here in New York the other day. She wears a headpiece and leggings by threeASFOUR, a Toga shirt with gloves and Zachary Dick jacket.