All of a sudden I really like daisies. Don't know why? Maybe it's the subliminal brainwashing of my desktop backgroup (a collage from Russh magazine showing many a daisy amongst the 60's imagery). Or maybe it's since I impulse bought my daisy necklace.
Anyway, I think I like Peaches Geldof's daisy chain tattoo. Am I losing my mind? I wouldn't ever want a tattoo that big but a small daisy chain could be cute.
Maybe it's a bit early to get my new love of daisies inked onto my body. A Dior ring could be less permanent and painful!
I was browsing around on Net-A-Porter the other day, trying to decide what I would buy if K-Rudd accidentally added an extra zero to my economic stimulus payment. Finally, I decided on these Fendi boots.
I've been looking for suede wedge heels for awhile, and I'm a bit of a sucker for shoes made of multiple materials. These ones have suede, mesh and patent. Killer.
I hadn't checked the Cobrasnake in awhile and was pleasantly surprised to see some pretty good photos that he took at an unnamed fashion show.
I'm loving the Balmain and Rodarte inspired pieces and the collection of boots! I just wish I knew what label the show was for. Mark Hunter and his ridiculous titles. If anyone does know please tell me!
Damn, that grey mesh and velvet dress with pointy shoulders is amazing.
Also, a while ago I posted some photos of a floral and mesh dress that I thought must have been vintage, but a couple of girls at this anonymous fashion show appeared to be wearing mesh dresses in the same cut so I guess that these dresses are currently on sale. But where, and by whom? Hmmmm.
So many mysteries!
UPDATE: After a bit more trolling on the internets I've discovered that the show was Brian Lichtenberg's F/W09 collection, and that the mesh dresses are versions of his Freakum Dress. I want one badly!