Monday, 27 April 2009


DR.MARTINS in heels.... is this too much for hot country we live in? or its just gorgeous?


NOTE :inspiration for next party...

Friday, 24 April 2009

if look could KILL....

I think this look is a perfect fit for adding to my personal lookbook. Im changing my style slightly.. im dissing the old M.I.A style and headback to faminine rock goddess. Imagine micha barton imitating Lissy Trullie on stage ....and this is what she would wear.... love xoxo



my winter option for workday wear...

say uhhh girl....

wow i love everything Channel....



Tuesday, 21 April 2009

oh i always like this guy!!!

Clark TV : Parra, Boo To The Hoo Show from Clark Magazine on Vimeo.
source: firstkick,clark magazine


The kid won't stand a chance....

This is how scary kids can be...... dude... these kids are freaking me out! lol


Randon stuffs vol3..

nice shoes ....

i like the look..

she's my 90s favourite model...

Monday, 20 April 2009

hello Familiar strangers..

Ksubi S/S 09-10 'Familiar Strangers' Womanswear//
i want them all...



i love u, HORT

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Friday, 17 April 2009

You know who 's behind the camera....

Thursday, 16 April 2009


what a cool hairstyle young boy!!! (this is a result when u have cool mama and papa!! //I like the way u raise your kid--bkkstreethunter +dj jintendo !!)

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Karen freaking Walker!

It s been around for a while and i admit I kinda really like the turquoce one its so pretty!!

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I'm obsessed with ...

theseHairstyle!!! (at the moment) (since I ve been tortured with my last haircut =means bad hair days 7days a week!!)


Where the wild things are....

I know im gonna love this... it gave me goose bum.... Directed by spike Jones, the trailer soundtracks is from my favourite Arcade Fire. and there re tons of cute characters in it (and i love that it doesnt look real! and Im sure they re not playing cutey cute here)
what s more can u ask??

source :friends and lovers

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Friday, 10 April 2009

Oh baby please kill me, oh baby don't kill me........

THE hair............. i hope to get this hairstle by the end of this year :) i need help my friends.................xx

Wednesday, 8 April 2009

Indie boys are neurotic...

They say.....
"Indie boys are neurotic
makes my eyes bleed
tight black pants exotic
some loving is what i need"
-Moldy Peaches

Im crezy for those WANG shoes!!

topshop fringe suede blazer!, anything fringe is cool..

nice hair...

harley having it all....


random stuffs vol2

and the sky’s always pretty...

I ACTUALLY WANT TO KEEP THIS TO MYSELF but i ll share it with you anyway u may know....she's one of my muse (another one at the moment is Lily aldridge) ...i always want to have a life like have big family and loads of wonderful & weird interesting character family/siblings. My dream is to have a family like 'Tenenbaums family'

You are off to school at Bard, but you are a New York girl.
I happened to end up at a school that I really love, and I didn’t have to transfer or anything. New York is home. It’s not far, you know ... it’s two hours upstate along the Hudson River. It’s beautiful up there, so I love being able to get out of the city, and I have my own space up there. The only distractions are the ones I create myself. There’s like one bar. And growing up here, there are too many people, too many cracks to fall in. It’s the middle of nowhere, and the sky’s always pretty.
It’s great to look at things with fresh eyes. Speaking of, what is this you are wearing?
I’m wearing a gorgeous J. Mendel. This dress is so beautiful.
Would you normally wear that out?
I would. But I would probably ruin it somehow, like with the wrong shoes on or something.
You always seem like you’re a downtown kind of a girl ... you’re not quite uptown.
Yeah, I grew up on Central Park West and 74th Street until I was 11 or 12 years old, and then my mom wanted to move downtown, and my dad did too even though it’s beautiful up there. We had a little park in front of our townhouse. I went to school uptown, at Chapin. And all my friends are like, “You know, if we come downtown to your house, are we going to be able to find a cab down there? Like, What’s it like?” They would always freak out, and I would always say to my mom, “I wish I lived uptown. All my friends live on the Upper East Side.” But by the time I was 14 or 15 or something, I was so happy that I was living downtown because there’s so much energy down here. So many different types of people.
There is a lot of variety, especially in fashion.
My brothers and sisters live downtown. Central Park West is beautiful, one of the greatest places to live, but also you walk for a mile and it’s all residential buildings where people are living. I feel like I walk out of my house and right into the center of everything.
What’s your favorite place to shop?
Charlotte Ronson!
Do you hang out with your family a lot?
I’m super close with all my siblings. Really close.
Do you guys go out together?
Yeah, we go out together a lot. Well, Charlotte lives here, and we spend a lot of time together, and then I visit Samantha a lot in LA. She moved out a few years ago. I’m still trying to get her to come back and be a New Yorker. And Mark’s between here and in England. I’m going to see him after this. He’s working, because his studio’s here. My other brother, Alexander, who’s a musician, I see all the time. It’s great having so many siblings because I’m automatically popular with all of my friends. I don’t have to worry about that. And just being the youngest, I learn so much from them. There are lots of things that you learn that you only can learn on your own, but it’s nice to have that support system always looking out for you, especially in New York.
What’s your favorite place to go out?
I like the Corner Bistro. That always seems to be a trip. We call it Corner Field Trips. My mom moved out of our townhouse at 16th Street and got a new place on 9th and 6th, but in between we were living at the Bowery Hotel so I spend a lot of time there. There are a bunch of little places in the Lower East Side that I love. My mom’s friend, Mark Thomas, just opened this place called Delicatessen. It’s great.

Do you normally wear big accessories like this? The necklace looks so heavy!
Usually, I have ten necklaces that I have to untangle like once a month, because I don’t really take them off. ... I have this one huge bracelet my godmother gave me for my 18th birthday. It’s a Hermes big chain bracelet with buckles and everything
The link one?
Yeah, I always wear that. I lose things a lot. I don’t wear earrings a lot. I begged my mother when I was ten to get my ears pierced. And I got them pierced, and I never wore earrings. My mom was always so strict when we were growing up because she’s English.
You have a tattoo, speaking of strictness.
Oh gosh. Oh no, it’s okay. I got an “S” when I was 19 and dating this guy. It was my first love, so I got an “S” and we broke up, and I turned it into an “Oops.” And then this was a song that my dad wrote, and this is one that my mom doesn’t know about yet.
Are they okay with that?
I got tattooed with one of my best friends. And I also had a bat mitzvah too, so she’s not really happy about that. It’s not kosher to get a tattoo.
Can you describe your style?
So much pressure. I stay at my mom’s, and sometimes I stay at my dad’s. Sometimes I’m up at school, so I have three closets, and I just take whatever’s there.
Who would you trade closets with? Whose style do you really admire?
I like my closet. And my biggest influences are probably my older siblings. Because when you’re a younger sister, you look up to them. So probably a combination of my sisters, because Samantha’s a little more kind of tomboyish, and Charlotte’s really girly, so I’m a little bit of both. I like wearing beautiful dresses and that kind of thing, but I also like wearing sneakers with them. I never get my hair done unless it’s a shoot or something like that, so my hair is never really brushed.
What kind of trends do you hate?
It depends upon what you consider a trend to be.
Straw fedoras.
Okay, fedoras. Fedoras, I have a thing on fedoras. My sister is always in a fedora, and I think she wears it perfectly, but I also think like you have to be authentic in what you’re wearing. It’s easy to open up a magazine and wear exactly what everyone’s wearing, but you have to make it your own.
Do you remember the first fashion risk you took, like going into your mom’s closet?
My mom’s closet has been my favorite closet ever. She was always taking her own risks with me. I was always in small dresses since I was ten. But after that she’ll always find me in those cotton, stretchy Betsey Johnson dresses. Remember those? And Doc Martens. My favorite Doc Martens had flowers all over them. I would wear those all the time.
You had a break from the Doc Martens, and now they’re back?
They say if you wore the trend when it first came out, don’t wear it again, but I don’t believe in that.
When you’re going to a classy event, what designers do you usually look to? Charlotte?
Charlotte Ronson every day. Zac Posen I love. And he’s so great. He’s also a friend of the family, and he really knows how to make a woman feel like a woman, you know? And I love his dresses. They always fit so well and are so beautiful. My mom has always loved Chanel, so if I can ever grab a piece with her, it’s a jacket, or skirt, or blouse. I love this J. Mendel so much, and Matthew Williamson.
So you have ten minutes to get ready for an event ...
I always have ten minutes to get ready for an event.
Me too! What’s the most important thing you have to do to get ready?
God, getting ready always seems like—okay—[messes her hair].
You throw your hair up.
I’m really bad at brushing my hair. You’ll never see it as neatly as it is now. I like to either wear sneakers or my favorite shoes ever—I got a couple pairs of YSL shoes, these really high ones with the huge platform. It’s my favorite shoe, and I was always kind of a tomboy until I found these amazing shoes.
What’s your favorite thing that Charlotte makes? Does she ask you advice about what she makes?
Yeah, when I was younger, and she’s a little bit older than me, so when I was still at home she was a few blocks away in her own place. Samantha and her got a place together, so I would always sleep over there and we’d go over her designs, back when she was just starting. At the top floor of our house there was a bathtub, and we’d be dying T-shirts and tank tops, so ever since then. She’s come a long way, and every season gets better and better.
She’s no longer doing it in the bathtub anymore?
[Laughs] This year it’s in the tents.