I'm not really the type of person who can go to a museum on any given day and stare at a painting and naturally think "wow, look at that technique." To be honest, art can be so serious sometimes. Which is why I love Laura Berger's art. It's bright and fun but most of all, it's witty. A little vacation for your eyes. See below!
I'm not really one to be easily impressed by the fashion industry despite my ongoing involvement with it career-wise but it is shots like the above that make me literally swoon. I mean, it's as genius as it is beautiful. Juergen Teller photographed the Louis Vuitton Cruise 2016 lookbook in Palm Springs, CA and coming from someone who was just there last week, he sure captured the breathtaking view. I mean seriously, the mountains are so high up its as unreal as the futuristic folk collection!
Whimsical, dreamy and slightly haunting - nothing compared to Chelsea Wolfe's set at Desert Daze 2015.My boyfriend and I took a trip out to Mecca for Desert Daze for our second time at the nouveau-hippy festival and although we missed Bass Drums of Death (like we sadly always do, a serious WTF to us) we made it up by drinking endless free beer/wine/shandy and playing with Future Eyes crystals backstage. The lineup repeated some artists from last year (bands such as DIIV, Mr. Elevator and the Brain Hotel and Deap Valley) but also brought out Warpaint, Minus the Bear, and Chelsea Wolfe. The latter however, was my ultimate favorite.
One thing I must say about the location at Desert Daze is that it can go from festival to dream land in a drop of a hat. The windy nights make for an amazing backdrop if played right and the dust storms catch the set lights so beautifully, it's truly ethereal. Chelsea Wolfe aced it. Playing new songs from her upcoming album, Abyss (out August 7th), while debuting new guitarist Aurielle Zeitler, the set was a dream. Check out some pics I took below:
A detail shot of her amazing outfit! She's wearing wearing custom silver dress & cape by Jenni Hensler, black mesh dress + necklace by Serpent & the Swan, ring by Hunter Gatherer Jewelry.
Dudes everywhere, get excited! House of Holland's first menswear collection will debut this June in London. That means cool stuff for everyone cuz if it includes an accessories too, girls will still be all over it. For more check out the Fashionista article here or sneak a peek below.
There's something so cool and effortless about gloss. Whether it's going onto the eyes or lips, it's the kind of thing only girls who are 'next level' can pull off (even though we all did the latter in middle school). There was a whole lot of gloss in the F/W shows as well: it took the form of glossy/wet strands at Alexander Wang and on top of the silver lids of the Marc Jacobs gals. My favorite however, is still the shiny mauve lids at Diane Von Furstenburg in 2014. You guys might be a little skeptical about the trend but trust me, it's simple. Just add a bit of vaseline to the eyes, add a swipe of mascara, pat on some lip stain and you're good to go!
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