I am a nut when it comes to weather. Most people get giddy about the summer heat and time spent at the beach, but I spend those months looking forward to the brisk temperatures and changing leaves of Fall. As soon as Fall arrives, I start looking forward to Winter. It really doesn't make much sense (especially since I live in LA - the city of no seasons). When it rains here, I get a hot cup of coffee and Starbucks at sit outside under an umbrella. I told you, I'm a nut.
This editorial for the US Harper's Bazaar (November 2011) shot by Terry Richardson makes me SO excited for winter/Christmas/the holidays/family/so many more things... ah yes and Fall/Winter fashion.
Please excuse the extremely cheesy title, but I'm having a major Jason Wu moment. In my opinion, his show each season is one of the most consistently interesting and simultaneously wearable collections... something that I'm sure is more difficult than he makes it appear.
Starting out with some beautiful behind-the-scenes shots via Vogue.com...
And ending with the show-stopping pieces that closed the runway via Style.com.
via Fashion Gone Rogue: Frida About Town – Frida Gustavsson stars in a story of forties fashion for the November issue of Elle Sweden lensed by Andreas Öhlund. Wearing the pristine frocks of Miu Miu, Dolce & Gabbana, Marc Jacobs and others styled by fashion editor Linda Lindqwister, Frida spends a day of carefree exploration with retro curls by Erika Svedjevik and autumn makeup by Katarina Håkansson.
Love this editorial. Love me a good forties dress. And who doesn't love Frida?
Gavin Worth created an incredible way to make 3D wire sculpture art appear as a 2D drawing when viewed from a particular angle. I think this is truly one of the more interesting and beautiful exhibits I have come across in a long time!
"and light fell on her face through heavy darkness"
Ahhh, what to be for Halloween! It's quickly approaching... and my roommates and I are throwing a pre-Halloween Halloween bash the weekend before since it's wiiiide open. Unfortunately, that cuts down costume brainstorming time significantly.