BKFST is still going strong, mostly thanks to Cath, and has reached over 9000 followers. yep, people will always love breakfast. here are some of my recent favourites – click on an image for the source.
what i’d like summer holidays to look and feel like – cool & blue. click on the images to go to the original.
- by Sergey Neamoscou
- by Hélène Desplechin
- by Feffef
- by Jorge Leon Cabello
- by Howard Koons
- by elena shabalina
- by Ina Halsor
- by Kate Van Brocklin
- by Miemo Penttinen
- by alexis mire
i’ve been trying to make the blog a bit more fun to explore since there are almost 2000 posts stretching back 3 years littered all over the place. so now if you click on a post, you will see ten related posts with handy thumbnail previews pop up in the sidebar to your left. i hope that this helps you discover posts you’ve never seen before, and that it will be especially handy to those of you who are new visitors to the blog (hello!)
so if you’re reading this via rss please remember to click on a post if you like it, because you’re bound to find more of the same in the now-magical-sidebar. i must admit that i actually got lost in my own archives testing these puppies out…
the screenshot below is of this sting post. helloooo sting. helloooooo jeremy irons.
… i hope a few of you get the plethora joke.
oh and if there is any way i can make the blog even more magical and user friendly for you guys please let me know in the comments. on an unrelated note – can you believe it’s almost december & the end of the year? what the what!
inspired by this post by lauren about francoise gilot i decided to do some vintage picasso hunting – and of course the life archives delivered. picasso lived in the town of vallauris on the french riviera for 7 years where he created ceramics at the madoura workshop (amongst other things of course – the man was nothing if not prolific). francoise is pictured in this series of photographs taken in 1949 by gjon mili, though she eventually left picasso after a myriad of infidelities.
top to bottom, left to right: toujours toi ; dam style ; the sartorialist ; the sartorialist ; the sartorialist ; the locals ; vanessa jackman ; les mads ; jak & jil ; paris x 3 ; refinery 29 ; the locals ; stockholm streetstyle ; stockholm streetstyle
seems that it has been a week of things i like right now, these things, nice things, flickr things and the like. truth is i’m surprised i got any posting done at all as i’m in the process of moving out of my flat – this weekend being the last in my home of a year. i’m excited for the next step but also sad to leave behind my pals who have been so great to live with. onward and upward! i hope you have a great weekend and to all my american readers – happy thanksgiving.
these things issue no.29
photography by pins and thimbles:
would love to hang out in this library:
jaw-dropping dandelion installation by Regine Ramseier :
the lumo pink design for this pop-up store designed by clase bcn:
this identity & packaging design by groundfloor:
accessories by nancybird:
drawn in light design by useful:
stockholm streetstyle has been killing it lately (nice new website too):
the tigers wife by lizzy stewart:
and finally, i haven’t been able to stop looking at this blog dedicated to these scottish fold cats:
Rounding up my inaugural sponsors things i like right now showcase is Christina Remenyi, the amazing talent behind exquisite lingerie label Fortnight Lingerie. i love seeing how much i have in common with these great gals – i am also obsessed with those acne pistol boots, won’t say no to vanilla soft serve (ever) and am in the habit of drinking my morning coffee out of vintage cups and mugs.
1. Drinking coffee out of vintage Pyrex mugs. An Everyday event.
2. Elephants. My favourite animal. Period.
3. Gotye. I got hooked on the song “somebody that I used to know” … the whole album is stunning.
4. Retro Motels. I wish I had a time machine.
5. Acne Pistol. Black leather boot perfection
7. St. John’s Bridge. This is a double like… one for bridges and the other for Portland. I’ve always been in awe of these majestic, man-made passageways. Portland has many bridges connecting the eastern and western parts of town. Just left after 4 days of amazing food, coffee, music and brews and I can’t wait to go back!
8. Stevie Nicks. Enough said.
9. Vanilla Soft-Serve Ice Cream. Simple and perfect… even in the winter.
10. This Ring by Portland based designer Autoctona. I don’t wear much jewelry… but this is an exception.
Anett Hajdu’s accessories collection concept: in the chaos caused by contemporary and eclectic fashion trends, it is a pleasant feeling to turn toward to the style of puritanism what inspired by the nature and people costumes who are living with the nature. People and their everyday objects, animals and the atmosphere around the arctic circle provided a starting point for this design collection. Every single bag contains a unique individuality in hidden leather-jewels that helps us to perform as a part of the pure nature. These bags reveals the hidden animal from us. The packaging concept fits for the main design theory. The casing remind us for the meat industrial wrappings, the hunter accessories as well as a little Skandinavian sense.
and here’s the lookbook for the bags & headpieces from Annet’s website:
lookbook credits: all the garments : kepp showroom / clothes : adél kovács, teréz havancsák / shoes : szandra hofstaedter / bags and head pieces : anett hajdu / photo: peter hencz / creative conception: angie palmai / hair: kászon hortobágyi / make-up: richárd cs. fazekas / model: sara (icon)