November 28, 2009
People just keep coming up with absurd things.
Take Polly van der Glas, for instance. She is an Australian silversmith, qualified in 2006 and won the Craft Victoria Fillipo Raphael Fresh! Award upon graduation. For designing jewelry out of…
Human teeth and hair.
Nope, your eyes aren’t playing tricks on you.
I have incriminating (and grossly gross) proof in the form of pictures:
All works are handmade in Melbourne, with sterling silver, human hair and human teeth. Human teeth are locally donated and sterilised, and human hair is either locally donated or sourced from India and China.
Teeth are particularly difficult to come by, so any donations are gratefully accepted.
What do you think?
October 17, 2009
♥ Serena van der Woodsen’s dark teal gown! =p
September 27, 2009
These J. Crew peep-toe pumps are calling my name. LOL
Lyla printed peep-toes, in papaya, was $250.00 select colors $129.99 item number 15447.
The website wrote:
Our newest love—Lyla, in the season’s prettiest prints, topped with a straw bow.
I usually hate papaya. The sight of it, the smell of it. The taste of it, moreover. But this papaya I won’t mind. ;]
Happy Sunday, everyone!!!
September 17, 2009
I love Marchesa’s new collection!!!
Complete and utter lack of things to do have led me browsing the web and I stumble upon the new collection from Marchesa.
Okay, that’s a total lie. I regularly check fabsugar.com. That’s the thing about unlimited internet access. LOL
So anywaaa~y…here are my faves:
So…what d’you think?
Owh, and if you’re as idle as I am, check out the sartorialist. It’s a blog of photos taken candidly (or so I think), of people with vastly different sense of fashion. A lot of the clothes are not my cup of tea, but it’s still interesting to see how people dress up in, say, Milan. Anyway, apparently the blog is very popular.
July 19, 2009
What d’you think?
(The sudden interest in kebaya is from the photos of seniors who graduated yesterday. Congrats guys!!!)
June 7, 2009
They say that, but do they ever shop online??
My sister recently introduced me to my new fixation: online shopping.
Not that I have done any shopping, so it’s technically just online window-shopping.
Gosh, I love technology.
But even though this one here is cute…
But do I really want to spend IDR460.000 (yep, that’s the price for that one) for that really really…really cute dress? I’ve seen it, and I believe it’s great, but will it look great on me? Not so sure.
When it comes to shopping, I believe in an old-fashioned thing called “trying it on”. I (almost) never shop in a place that doesn’t have a fitting room. An item of clothing might just be your size precisely, but it doesn’t have to fit nicely.
And it gets even more complicated with shoes (It’s never a good idea to buy shoes for anyone unless it can be exchanged).
But my belief is starting to shake, seeing other cuties like…
(In case you’re wondering, the pictures are from http://sexyangelfashion.multiply.com/photos, but trust me, you don’t want to get started. First it’s innocent browsing, then the next thing you know… XD)
April 11, 2009
Origami just moved up to a brand new level!
Cute, eh? That’s a Fashion Origami Set. Comes with 120 sheets of colored paper with a full-color 28 page instruction book on how to make shoes, shirts, underwear, dresses, you name it!
Get it for $12.00 at Blue Ribbon General Store.
It says that it’s a perfect gift for your fashionista friend, or aspiring artist. *hint hint* =p