Today is hectic! We have model fittings at 9.30am for our tailoring individual. Needless to say, I am SUPER nervous about what the panel will have to say about my progress! Fingers crossed that it goes OK. I am planning a pitstop at Lindt Cafe afterwards so I have something to look forward to! xx
I came across a whole bunch of clippings I've saved from the last 5+ years which I thought I'd share with you. Let me know if you know the source of any of them...This editorial is one of my absolute favorites.
The Selby Is In Your Place, by Todd Selby Pictures, by Tim Walker The Sartorialist, by Scott Schuman
Influence, by Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen The Measure, by Louise Clarke The World of Coco Chanel, by Edmonde Charles-Roux Yves Saint Laurent Style, by Foundation Pierre Berge Fashion Illustration by Fashion Designers, by Laird Borelli
Here's to: Twitter. Midday naps. Bistro Papillon. Opening Ceremony boots. Take It Or Leave (my new favorite song). The Miu Miu bow bag. Cherry chocolate brownies.Miniature golf.Drawing cute guys. The lovelyCtee.Blog love.Apartment therapy. One more week of holidays!
"Chic is one of the few things that, refusing to bow down and worship fashion, is not crushed under the wheels of that juggernaut. Chic is to fashion what poetry is to prose, cold veal to roast partridge, a gadfly to a bull. What is chic may, in a sense, be fashionable, but what is fashionable cannot be chic. Anybody can wear and do what is fashionable. It is not fashionable unless a lot of people do it, and have it on - until, in three words which grate rather hard upon the ear in this connection, it is common. Chic cannot be common. You cannot put on another person's chic, as you may her boots or her hat. You cannot copy it. You never know where to look for it. It has the quickness of a hummingbird and the vitality of an eel...If you are told that this or that isn't fashionable, and you are able to reply, 'No, but it's chic,' you have won the day." - TEMPLE BAR, The New York Times, October 7, 1877