The first post of the new year.
Fashion vs Fandom. Dilemmas.
A place to call home.
Seeing the Australian born designer’s work right in front of my own eyes, is a strange right of passage when it comes to online bloggers/curators. So it’s kind of insane that I could to photograph these classic pieces that I was able to see right in front of my very eyes.
“I knew that I needed a bit of a change, but change takes time and effort – when you volunteer at a youth organisation (and kind of love your job), your effort doesn’t exactly go towards what you wear in the morning”
Talking about the craziness that has come and for some reason stayed.
(Quote from my guest post on the Colosoul Blog)
With so much constantly happening, you never know where you stand, not really. As 2016 has now hit spring for us Australians, the season where everything starts to become humid and birds attempt to attack you, I’ve quickly realised how fast this year has gone. It’s not like I haven’t done anything, I’ve done far more than I thought I would do in this time, but it’s not as though I had time to document it or to relive the moment in my head, it’s just been; go go go, Pokemon go (is that game over now? What happened?) Either way, I’ve been moving from one place to the other, going through tonnes of photographs, and setting up for the next, in this whirlwind that occurs every day. Read the rest of this entry »
Une Femme Est Une Femme
Léon: The Professional
What do all these films have in common? They all have characters with inspiring fashion that proves that film & fashion come hand in hand.
Also, all these films are mentioned in Alexa Chung’s book ‘IT’.
If you were to see bright blinding flashes from cameras and people dressed in black hurrying across the street in order to get the perfect snapshot of some gorgeous girls, you would probably think that you somehow ended up in the midst of New York as models parade the streets in off duty clothing, and paparazzi try to get the perfect shot for whatever magazine they work for. You wouldn’t think that this would occur in a city that is practically looked at as a country town, right? At least that’s how I would think.
24 / 05 /2016
Okay, so yes we all know that (yet again) I’ve taken a hiatus without informing anyone, and (yet again) I’m apologising for that. Now that that’s just been dealt with, let’s talk about one event that occurred last month, that I didn’t even get a chance to spill about because University caught up with me. I really need to start planning these things out again.
Strange close ups, fake grass and a collection of words for another over due blog post. Catch up as I tell you the things I’ve been obsessed with recently, and just complain, yet again, because I’m just anxious for that break that’s coming up. I don’t do myself any justice. It’s probably because I keep trying to be Blair Waldorf.