another common question I get is , “so how tall is _____”…and when told, they are always shockingly surprised that some actor is not Adonis or Apollonia type in stature.
Here’s the perfect solution from Suck UK for reminding ourselves that “they ain’t all that”.
- Chloe on FashionGoneRogue
Modern and ethereal are often antithetical concepts. But these beautiful images (via a great collaboration between photographer Glen Luchford and creative director Clare Waight Keller) are a perfect marriage of the two.
ok, so I have a thing for chairs….right now, I’m a little obsessed with this one.
And since it’s made of teak, am pondering DIY-ing vinyl roping….hmmm.
- by O.com
wanna know what’s on every film set in America…some crew member or actor knitting!
Now, a fashionable gal can only wear so many knitted scarves, especially in LA.
This DIY offering from Honestly WTF takes the homemade craft to another, infinitely more fashionable, level!
here’s complete instructions, have fun!…DIY Box Braid Necklace – Honestly WTF.
a favorite from Honestly WTF
It’s easy to take overlook the cozy gratification of facebook or blog posting and smugly take ownership of it as benefit of modernity. These one way statements about the mundane goings on in our lives are a daily habit for many, but before technology gave us that gratification, what did people do?
Our apartment in Barcelona was on the quaintly narrow Medieval era street of Carrer Petritxol in bustling Ciutat Vella. This street is otherwise known as “the street with the gluttony of churros joints“. But if you saw past the tourists, walked slower, and looked up, you’d see dozens of these fabulous tile paintings. Their sayings seem to mirror modern captions to what is still going on in the street : “They were eating cream, roll, and chocolate” “From East and West, all day, people pass”, “So much is still new and romantic” and must have given someone that one-way social networking satisfaction that so many of us enjoy today.
If only there was a “Watch out for speeding mopeds”!