Friday, 26 February 2010

the graveness it is too much to bare

I just returned from New York City, a place which has changed my life for good. It may be cliche excetera excetera, but i do not understand why anyone would want to be anywhere else. In the words of Eleanor Waldorf: (if your a gossip girl junkie you will know what I'm talking about)
"anyone who lives anywhere else is just kidding themselves"
Shes right, I don't believe I've ever sobbed so hard in my life than when driving through the Lincoln Tunnel away from the city. But, perhaps i have. A few days ago, the most inspirational woman i have ever met in my life passed away, words cannot describe (yet another cliche) how that felt. She moulded me into who i am today and was completely oblivious to the magnificent effect she had over other human beings. That, ofcourse means this post is dedicated to her. Trust me, It is the VERY least i can do.
On a lighter note, here's some goodies from NYC. And a photo of me playing Audrey outside of Tiffanys.

Tuesday, 16 February 2010

old stone

sometimes i worry why i dont see the beauty of the moment, only when i look at the photograph?

Monday, 15 February 2010


i am in love with the new suspender trend.

were all gonna die when the building blows

my new favourite boutique has to be les petites, a french brand which has opened a shop in notting hill, you cannot shop online (much to my annoyance) but be sure to check it out when your next in london. recommended in the 'vogue diary' section of british vogue the soft feminine floaty materials create wonderful, parisian outcomes.

Sunday, 14 February 2010

bigger, stronger and less alive

image via-

an internal crumble (and/or) fresh meat

theres pros and cons to this month:
i head to NYC on saturday
i head to NYC two days after fashion week finishes

i dont know whether to laugh or cry....
i did however just buy a shirt

shirt from zara land

Friday, 12 February 2010

Thursday, 11 February 2010

until i'm laid into my final resting place, just like the rest of human race who done it, without complaining all the way

McQueen. You know what I mean.
It is too often in today's society that we become caught up in frivoluties and petty matters. sometimes all it takes is for one long whiny day at school to end and to come home to something so gutting that it takes your breath away. McQueen himself was a genius. He pushed boundaries that no one else would even touch. From the very bottom of our hearts, thankyou. and RIP.

Wednesday, 10 February 2010

i believe we are to be seen not to be understood

falsities of fun

school is killing me, my pre-spring half term will be spent avec my coursework. my head hurts.
image via

you never needed someone to comfort you

Tuesday, 9 February 2010

aggressively, we all defend the role we play

delusion. its common. ALOT more common than you think, a significant event occured in my life a few days ago. that was when i realised.

do i delude myself?

i'll be watching this episode:
andre leon talley joins ANTM. are you fucking shitting moi?