Monday, February 6, 2012

i heart Advanced Style

This New York blog is getting a movie. Too often fashion seems to unhealthily concentrate all its attention on the young and has an unatural obsession with the idea of youth, portraying aging as ugly. Afraid to say, everyone grows old sometime. That's why it's great to have this blog, where age is celebrated for showing a maturity and highly defined sense of style. Age brings knowledge. Lets face it, this older crowd know what they're doing. They're rocking it. They're the super stylish we can all learn from. Check out the blog Advanced Style.

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

i heart Cecy Young

Cecy Young is a french fashion photographer. An amazing one at that. Love the fantasy and the smooth, clearness to the photos. There's also some notion of nostalgia in there. Magical. Check out the blog and site.

i heart May Hayuk

Maya Hayuk will be doing a piece this weekend in Melbourne at Sugar Mountain Festival. Her work is really what I've been trying to put my finger on with this idea of organic geometrics. I look forward to seeing more of her work out and about the place and hope she has the time to do some graf while in Melbourne. Check out this interview with Maya Hayuk.

i heart Elisa Nalin

Elisa Nalin is fast becoming an icon on the street style fashion blogs. I love her use of colour but most of all I love that she is almost always smiling and having fun. It really isn't how you dress, but how you wear it. If you're not confident in it, it will never look good. Nalin looks so confident and happy she's practically bubbling over with glee.

Sunday, January 1, 2012

i heart Sibella Court's new book Nomad

Nomad is Sibella Court's new book that's come out this last November. It looks simply beautiful. An Aussie lass, who now frequents New York, this book is following on from her earlier one Etcetera. Etcetera was stacked full of blues and browns inter-played with rustic flavours. Nomad seems to inject some vibrant colours with an array of ornaments from round the world travels. One of the things I love most about her books is the collages, the arrangement of colours, papers, fabrics, ornaments and textures which make you linger at every page. A beautiful book about really living in a home and what you can really do with wonderful collections. Check it out at Society Inc.

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