marimekko apparel (hello there)
zara’s november 2010 lookbook
manly wear from hickoree’s hard goods
this editorial is so seventies, love it.
this has been making the rounds a lot – j.crew’s s/s 2011 lookbook
this leather skirt
this girl’s vibe (oh god i miss winter already)
kate bosworth’s hair + blouse
kirsten dunst in white
and for the men… ryan gosling’s suit. my goodness.
elias + theresa take beautiful photos of places i want to visit. they also have a blog called orange juice etc.
very interesting & beautiful work by hélène jeudy
do yourself a favour and check out mallory’s book week over at where the lovely things are. especially the fiction, non-fiction, how to and coffee table / design book suggestions. it’s nuts, guys. i have a mile long list of stuff that needs readin.
images borrowed from where the lovely things are. you’ll have to go over there to see the sources! oh yes, i just did that.
have you seen how rad the WHIT website is?
yesterday i was totally blown away by this short story poster that i saw over at it’s nice that, it was designed by swedish designer klas ernflo. wait till you see the rest of his work too – very very very nice.
a really groovy set of old photographs here, from moritz christian woldt’s collection
i’m still busy with the big computer clean of 2010, and found another folder called clothes. you know you have a problem when you save pictures of clothes to your flippen computer. the pics range from about 2006 to 2008, and what amazes me is how outdated a lot of it seems already … might even have said yuck a couple of times. these are some i still love though, imagining myself coming across them in some awesome bargain bin somewhere.
diane von furstenberg / thread social
stella mccartney / lover
paul and joe / nathan jenden
what a beauty. this is from the boston public library collection.
every time i read the title i think back in the US back in the US back in the ussr-rrrr you don’t know how lucky you are booooyyyys.
i discovered a folder of images on my computer that i saved from the sartorialist ages ago, along with an incredibly huge folder of vintage design (i mean, what am i going to do with all of this?) considering how popular the last fashion + art post was (and how much i enjoyed doing it) i thought it would be fitting to smash some more together.