I'm finally getting some of my new designs stocked. A stunningly slow process. This particular tidbit is especially wonderful. Comfy, and easy to wear, I can tell it will become a staple in my wardrobe.
Not too long ago I watched the movie "The Lover." The imagery was memorable, but I was especially impressed by the beautiful shirt worn by Jane March (the young girl). The low cut back was so beautiful. I think it manifested itself into this design. I love peoples' backs. More pictures after the jump as usual.
Woolen warmth. Cozy, comfortable, and edgy. Looks great with a belt.
One million pictures after the jump
Dark gray. New lace. My favorite so far. Buy it.
It's below freezing out. I am nuts. But, the fabric insisted.... now I just have to wait for the ice to melt. Or move somewhere warmer. This chilliness is really putting a damper on things.
Link to buy
Many more pictures, including some process pictures and fabric close ups after the jump
One of the more amazing things I have found in the past couple of days is no layout. A collection of independent fashion and art magazines that have been assembled for your intensive browsing pleasure. There is something for everyone, men's fashion and women's, disturbing and inspiring, furious and peaceful. I fixated immediately on "I love you." It's stunning. I love the layouts, the quotes, the editorials. I want this magazine in my home. Here are some excerpts from their Princess edition
More pictures after the jump
Well it only took us four months to do, but I finally managed to complete a trade with two of the loveliest jewelers on Etsy. Both of them have amazing work with lots of attention to detail. I managed to trade for the two finger owl skull ring from Blood Milk. Adore. It's like wearing a rock on my hand it's so heavy and solid. It fits very comfortably, and the two finger fit isn't at all a problem. Except maybe when your typing. You should definitely check her shop. She's been super busy lately, and has listed a several new items in gorgeous rose gold. The Harpy Ring is next on my list if I get a chance though. I like the don't-mess-with-me look it has. Also it reminds me of a velociraptor claw.
Adelina MictIlan was sweet enough to actually do a customized ring for me at no extra cost. So I opted for a two finger ring that says "MINX" across the front (because I am that clever and inventive) along with a row of complimentary spikes. I adore it. I have gotten approximately 2000 compliments, and the heaviness of the piece garners a decent helping of respect. I have no idea if she is willing to do more customs, but it couldn't hurt to ask. Also check her shop for that awesome human teeth ring I posted a while ago.
Thank you ladies for being so amazing! My lobster hands are well on their way now. Click Click.
Desperate for a replacement to my previous love, I rushed forward. The small is in stock. Other sizes coming soon. More pictures after the break.
The whole bleached eyebrow trend. I'm sort of in love with it. But I only see it on death-stare models with killer bone structure who can pull off other terrible trends that no one else can wear. What do you think?
It seems like one of those trends that is fantastic in theory, and if you are willing to put forth the effort to dress up everyday. But really on any of us? Imagine these ladies with no make-up, hung over, and completely with out the styling and lighting? Does it just turn creepy at that point?