This girl has managed to remain "the it girl" model for longer than most. Her style is fresh, and she seems to be a complete chameleon. Here she is in two beautiful photo-shoots, looking like two entirely different characters.
Decked out in Ferretti, Lanvin, and YSL, Pivovarova plays mom in these photographs seen through Mikael Jansson's lens for Vogue Paris.
Currently knitting these "magic mirror mittens". I bought the Bergère de France wool in Marseille, so they feel like a souvenir. Unfortunately, I underestimated how much wool I would need and now I've had to order a third ball online because we don't have that store where I live. Quel dommage.
Lindsey Thornbug is an American designer who gets a lot of her inspiration through her trips to Peru. Beautiful craftsmanship mixed with eclectic, indigenous style, it's perfection.
We are particularily intruiged by this tie-dyed gown...
All photos from the designer's website
Street artist Invader is based out of Paris and is known for the repetition of his work. His goal has been to put up mosaics showing the enemies of the original "space invader" arcade game all over the world. These funny mosaics are popping up all over the world now: a real invasion.
Aujourd'hui je suis allée prendre des photos des "invaders" à Montpellier, où ils se trouvent nombreuses. Ils sont comme un clin d'oeil venant directement d'Invader.
Posted by SCW at 3:35 PM