It’s always nice to get a new look! We’re celebrating ours with a quick little PHOTOBLAST session. This one is short, but sweet.
What makes you feel good, and can we ever like our decisions? The world is changing so fast, and can ever feel isolating as our world changes so fast! We think always feeling good is a unique opportunity you have as an individual, but we also think we can be generous to the Earth in the mean time. That means taking care, people!
Over 3 trillion pounds of used textiles are thrown to waste every year. Lets restore the beauty, and the cool, and keep the spirit of vintage alive.
We want comments, so let us know how you feel.
Here’s something scarier than your average work out. With inspiration from Polynesian and Japanese War masks and Totem Poles, Demonbells brings an innovative design to the average Kettle bell weight.
Made from 100% recycled Iron, these Weights are made to order in limited numbers. So pick this up and go to hell!
Jean Paul Gaultier Spring/Summer 2008.
Study of a Naiad(1904-1905) by John William Waterhouse.
Vogue March 1999, Jean Paul Gaultier Mermaid Dress.
Whether its the mystery or the whimsy, the mermaid seems to constantly have a hold. It’s great to see many incarnations in so many ways.
Paul Delvaux, Village of the Mermaid (1942).
Whether sideshow oddity or fantasy dream, there’s one thing for sure: it’s a lot of fun being one. One last daydream to end the day!
Like mermaids? Know a great link? Leave a comment below!
According to the ASA (Advertising Standards Authority) the latest Marc Jacobs Ad for new perfume Oh, Lola! is sexualizing the child star, and has been BANNED. Deemed inappropriate, and is to not be seen EVER again. (click for more)
Funny, because it looks to me like she’s holding a flower. Maybe we’re getting a little too prudish? If anyone saw the 17 year old in her last film “The Runaways”, the Marc Jacobs ad hardly begins to exude the shock waves it would take to make this offensive (at least, to us).
Maybe we’re all a little too perverted in our society. Is that all it takes? A large object sitting in the lap of a innocent-looking young girl is enough to clang and bash the nerves of a nation?!
Well, I guess it can.
And if you like scandalous advertising. Check out this truly and uniquely scandalous collection of ads courtesy of Calvin Klein Jeans sometime in the 90s.
This time, I’m kind of disturbed.
Karen Elson and Raquel Zimmerman really give it a go, but we think we’re going to have to give the Gold over to Alber Elbaz for giving the girls a run for their money! Maybe next time, girls!