Saturday, March 29, 2008
Yesterday, I told you I would make you famous. And you laughed and thought I was joking! Wellll...
Each week, they profile a blog that is painfully...devastatingly...horrifically (!) hip. All you have to do is send the link of your blog to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I feel you boys are worthy. So I'm letting you know about this site. In the mean time, I personally deam you, The most painfully hip site of life.
Its more addicitve then the do's and dont's in Vice. And they are definitely a do. (I think the pictures speak to themselves.) They are intensly charismatic, mad stylish and hilarious together.
Thursday, March 27, 2008
Hot! I really like brown shoes...Well made brown shoes. I can't deal with the crap I wear from Payless anymore. They make my feet hurt after three minutes.
Wednesday, March 26, 2008
I want this recipe book! It was published by the Peoples Potato Project Collective. People's Potato offers free vegan meals to Concordia students five days a week. If you are a student at Concordia and have not yet tried the food...you should go. Right. Now. So delicious!
One day I was in line for Peoples Potato and there was a girl holding a Slingshot Daily Planner. I almost flipped! I have wanted one of these since the summer of 2006.
This Otesha book is like a bible for activists and environmentalists. (Maybe bible isn't the right word.) Anyways! I read it in the summer while I was in B.C. and I would really like to own a copy, read it a million times and then lend it to my friends.
Monday, March 24, 2008
Saturday, March 22, 2008
- You've gone to the library and printed off the 7 page article that was written about her in the New Yorker in 1994.
- You've seen every movie she's ever been in.
- You've Youtubed her.
- When fashion magazines get some common sense and profile her or include a picture you get excited.
- You bought an issue of Sassy magazine off of Ebay simply because she interned there in the 90's. (Okay, I didnt do this one, but I'd like to).
- You are obsessed with her new fashion line Opening Ceremony
- You write very sad, awe-struck blog entries about her. As my friend AJ would say, "What a lame titty."
Friday, March 21, 2008
There are times when I feel like I've got a grip on fashion and then I stumble across girls like Liebe Marlene. Take a look at her blog: http://liebemarlene.blogspot.com/
This woman reminds me that I've got a loooong long way to go. But ahh! I love her! Her blog is an endless source of inspiration.
She runs a vintage store off of ebay (meaning, these fabulous frocks could be yours!)http://stores.ebay.com/Liebemarlene-Vintage
Tuesday, March 18, 2008
Monday, March 17, 2008
Meet Fifi. She is an haress to her fathers fortune which he got after he struck gold with carrot and lettuce shares on the international stock market. Some people think she's just a socialite but theres much more to her than just an extremely stylish clotheshorse!
Go to: http://fifi-lapin.blogspot.com/
Thursday, March 13, 2008
(Bitch ain't got nothin on me!)
I donated the hair to Locks of Love - a non profit organization that creates hair pieces for children who have lost their hair due to illness.
Wednesday, March 12, 2008
Hey look! It's me. Except I dont have long hair anymore and I usually don't bike around naked. Only sometimes...
I miss my bike so much. The spring season will be here soon. I want to get a basket for it and weave fake flowers through it. Maybe i'll invest in a puppy...just kidding. Theres a special place in hell for people who use animals as accesories.
Tuesday, March 11, 2008
Her outfits in this movie are classic. I hope to accumulate similar pieces this summer...high waisted skirts, red tights, preppy plaid, 70's dresses and brimless hats.
Thursday, March 6, 2008
Wednesday, March 5, 2008
On a recent train trip, I found a pair of gorgeous black vintage boots lying sadly beside the garbage can. My heart was racing when I scooped those babies up and took them home.
Yesterday, I was on the train and I saw the style issue of The New Yorker in the netted compartment of the seat. I scooped that magazine up, and yes, I took it home. (I know. I'm so bad!)