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Glitter on the Ceiling

fromme-toyou:

It’s time to top off the week, have an exquisite weekend!
(pssssst, my new Yestadt Millinery hat from the Of A Kind sample sale!)

fromme-toyou:

It’s time to top off the week, have an exquisite weekend!

(pssssst, my new Yestadt Millinery hat from the Of A Kind sample sale!)

21st Apr 2012 (8:34 am) - Reblogged from Ann Street Studio

Source: jasminejournalist.wordpress.com

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1st Apr 2012 (10:51 pm) - By jasminejournalist

textbook:

Bill Cunningham’s “On the Street” has become a style index for the fashion crowd, actually, for any crowd willing to gander. It’s one of the earliest predecessors of modern street style and paved the way for guys like Scott Schuman, William Yan and Tommy Ton. The man is quite simply a legend and can’t stop (won’t stop) season after season.
What struck me about this edition is how many voices of menswear are represented. There are the outlandish crew in the top left, the printed crew on the lower left, some trailblazers in the middle, the heritage group on the top right and then there’s a few other sprinkled throughout. The point this makes, the point that I find interesting, is that menswear runs the gamut. Granted, nobody I know has ever said otherwise, but to see it all in one place is a good thing.
Leave it to Bill Cunningham.

textbook:

Bill Cunningham’s “On the Street” has become a style index for the fashion crowd, actually, for any crowd willing to gander. It’s one of the earliest predecessors of modern street style and paved the way for guys like Scott Schuman, William Yan and Tommy Ton. The man is quite simply a legend and can’t stop (won’t stop) season after season.

What struck me about this edition is how many voices of menswear are represented. There are the outlandish crew in the top left, the printed crew on the lower left, some trailblazers in the middle, the heritage group on the top right and then there’s a few other sprinkled throughout. The point this makes, the point that I find interesting, is that menswear runs the gamut. Granted, nobody I know has ever said otherwise, but to see it all in one place is a good thing.

Leave it to Bill Cunningham.

5th Mar 2012 (3:04 am) - Reblogged from TEXTBOOK

life:

Her sex-symbol image aside, Marilyn Monroe was an avid reader of 20th-century literature and was often photographed curling up with a book, as in this Peter Stackpole shot taken at her Hollywood home in 1953.
(see more photos here)

Being a sex symbol aside, she loved reading 20th century literature.

life:

Her sex-symbol image aside, Marilyn Monroe was an avid reader of 20th-century literature and was often photographed curling up with a book, as in this Peter Stackpole shot taken at her Hollywood home in 1953.

(see more photos here)

Being a sex symbol aside, she loved reading 20th century literature.

28th Feb 2012 (11:34 am) - Reblogged from LIFE

You can never have too many black dresses.

Source: heartstreet.co.uk

You can never have too many black dresses.

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28th Feb 2012 (11:31 am) - Reblogged from Heart Street

Thank you PrettyinPolish.tumblr.com for letting me interview you! <3

Source: jasminejournalist.wordpress.com

Thank you PrettyinPolish.tumblr.com for letting me interview you! <3

27th Feb 2012 (12:42 pm) - By jasminejournalist