Tuesday, March 31, 2009

3.31 Day 30

It seems much too easy to fall into a funk these days. The less challenged I am, one insecurity leads to another, letting other people's shit roll onto me. But my heart is beating. Call me.

I want expensive sadness.

On another note,
Dapper fellows brighten my day...


Saturday, March 28, 2009

3.28 Day 29


And just a few words to live by.

Slightly sad winter is over. Indeed, I may be the only one. And that's ok with me.

Saturday, March 21, 2009

3.21 Day 28

Though CEO of American Apparel, Dov Charney tends to have a bad rap for his usage of young, hot models for his seedy, disco era, product shots, my fascination has remained. Sexy in my book.
Charney has even admitted to engaging in consensual sexual relationships with his staff. "I've had relationships, loving relationships, that I'm proud of," he says. "I think it's a First Amendment right to pursue one's affection for another human being."

How can I argue with that?

These two hot little chickies are my girls, featured in Vice Magazine this month. Oh, the bottom lip...
Ash, Crystal...always a do.

Friday, March 20, 2009

3.20 Day 27

The smoke is clearing...

and my personal favorite...
Thanks Paulo for cheering me up in the midst of my sneezing attack and snotty nose.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

3.19 Day 26

Smoke and mirrors from the reality of my world with a cold...again. Ugh.
Rag & Bone 2009 Fall...

Iisli 2009 Fall...

Just a few faves. Back to reality.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

3.18 Day 25

Around town...
This kitten is smitten with NYC.

Christmas window displays

Brooklyn Bridge night walk



I managed to avoid the green beer but not so much the drunk. Ah, hangovers... Lola

Monday, March 16, 2009

3.16 Day 24

Spring shoe, Woo me...

Mikalah Vans $50

La Musica...to my ears...

Good day,

Saturday, March 14, 2009

3.14 Day 23

Alexander McQueen designing an affordable, knock-your-proverbial-punk-socks-off line for Target.

The McQ line is a contemporary collection including dresses, tunics, jackets and tees designed with a rock-and-roll twist and relies heavily on a palette of muted black, white, gray and tan with splashes of bright pink and cobalt blue. The strapless pleated dress in “moody blue” tattoo print featuring mermaids, dice, anchor and a leather studded belt exemplifies a collection reasonably priced from $19.99 to $129.99.

Wanna hit?

Middle school is back...
Remember in the days before digital music and MP3 players? If you do, then you probably made compilations of all your favorite music, to share with your friends and loved ones, on good old fashioned blank cassette tapes. Load the USB with your sounds, stick it in the tape style gift pack, write your own message and playlist, and share your digs.
Because home taping never killed music.


Friday, March 13, 2009

3.13 Day 22

Polaroid Fever...
I recently bought an old school polaroid instant camera which I'm pretty soft on. Here is some polaroid art I found, not mine, but pretty sweet. Inspiration I suppose...

I read yesterday that half of all men over the age of 40 have erectile dysfunction. Ouch. Enjoy your youth, all you boys...

Thursday, March 12, 2009

3.12 Day 21

Brotherly adoration...
Biased or not, he's still incredible and a brilliantly talented fashion stylist based out of Los Angeles.

Oh insomnia, how I loathe you. Good night...to you.

Monday, March 9, 2009

3.09 Day 20

Hell's Bellas...
Sebastian Faena captures high drama looks in a Fellini-inspired shoot
from V magazine, originally appearing in V57.

V Magazine was launched in September 1999 as the younger sibling publication to the limited-edition quarterly Visionaire. If Visionaire is a couture book, V is ready-to-wear. V is large-format and visually-driven, international in scope and collaborative in spirit. V is a magazine about fashion with a capital F and all the things that go with it: art, music, film, architecture...you name it. Before V was put into print, we thought of it this way: Imagine a wall of forty-four televisions, each tuned to a different station. Today you would need a wall of 250 televisions, but it's still a good way to think of the insane and unpredictable mix of people, places, and things that V celebrates in its pages. V is a place where uptown meets downtown, celebrities mingle with total unknowns, high art converses with underground culture. Chic, wacky, fun, fabulous...in a letter: V.

Back in the city, missed NY, Cali just isn't home anymore.