July 19, 2011

Devastated




Devastated because the girl in front of me took the last pair of 3.1 Phillip Lim sandals. This happened last week and I still haven't recovered from it, mainly because I have never liked or wanted any pair of sandals until these. The worst part is that I saw this girl go through the decision making process from 6 feet away. If you know where I could find these in size 6 or 6.5, please, please, pleaseee let me know. You have no idea how much I would appreciate it! via source.


July 14, 2011

August Man Fashion Director, Janie Cai





If I could be anyone, it would be Janie Cai. I completely admire her style and strong take on menswear. Being a huge fan of menswear myself, I'm more inspired than ever to incorporate masculine pieces into my wardrobe. But as much as I try, I know I could never look as good as Janie. She is so stunning! via source.


July 13, 2011

Alexander Wang Wishlist





I'm in love with the Zoe and Julia by Alexander Wang. Even though it's hot out and summer typically calls for sandals, I'm off looking for closed-toe alternatives. These Alexander Wangs are on the top of my lust-worthy wishlist. via Oak and Ssense.


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Plant Pods by Domenic Fiorello



My fascination with plants have yet to slow down, so my jaw kind of dropped when I saw these. Designed by Domenic Fiorello, these floating pods beautifully display plants on your wall as decorative art pieces.


July 1, 2011

"Alison" by Jack Radcliffe







Alison is a series by Jack Radcliffe, which captures the life of his daughter from childhood to adulthood. It gets quite intimate since Radcliffe is allowed to view his daughter's social life when most parents are typically shut out. I often feel that I live a double life, so I'm amazed at how Alison was able to share so many moments with her father. My parents would have a heart attack if they knew all the things I've done. See the entire series here.


Pouring Light by Yeongwoo Kim



Pouring Light is a lamp designed by Yeongwoo Kim. His concept motive was to give off the emotional flow of light, which he successfully achieves by using the common drinking cup. via Source.