Sunday, May 30, 2010

Danny Roberts

These days, I'm constantly gazing at Danny Roberts' artwork. A good portion of his artwork is fashion-related and they are absolutely stunning. I thought I must share some of my favorites.


Alexander McQueen


"Girls in Glasses"

Isn't his work amazing? I especially love the Chanel one. It's so pretty. You can visit his Etsy shop here. And click here for his blog, Igor + Andre. Did you know that he's making a shirt collection for Forever 21? Well, maybe I'll take an eight hour drive to Forever 21. Or, you know, maybe not. A girl can dream, though.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Oh, Nylon. How I Love Thee.

Well, somebody's rediscovering their love for NYLON magazine. I don't know what it is about it, but it's just so fun in a "you might not think so, but I'm the coolest fashion magazine" kind of way. And that probably made no sense to you at all, but whatever. NYLON has so much color in their pages and in the clothing they use, and I need that, because without color, fashion would be nothing to me. I sometimes try to make myself like a collection that only has black garments, but I can never bring myself to like it. And I'm not saying that I don't like black pieces, because I do. I'm just saying that a whole collection of black can bore me to tears. Even a whole collection of yellow could bore me to tears. I just need colors. Colors. Plural. Maybe it's because I'm young (EHMAGAWSH, MOMMY! RAINBOWS AND UNICORNS!). And now I shall stop talking about this, because now I'm boring you to tears. Scroll down to see some lovely pages from from NYLON. (I will post them, when I am back from a short game of tether-ball in the rain, with myself. I have a cool life, people.)

Okay, I am back. I won.

Look. At. That. Envelope. So loving the Nylon undie-pants.

This is what I love about you, Nylon.

Yes, yes, yes!

THIS is art, my friends.

The Factory Girl article is one of the best parts of the magazine for me. You can also watch Factory Girl episodes on their YouTube channel. I so want her job.


This was such a great article on Kate Nash. Like no other article you would read about a celebrity.

"Hey, what's up everybody? I moved to New York and got fiiiive piercings!"

Power to the Cat.

So, what do you think of Nylon? No, really. Honestly. If you think that there's something utterly repulsive about it, tell me. If you think it may be the most amazing thing on our planet, tell me. If you use it for kitty litter, tell me.

And Now...

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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Ravishing Rompers and Perfect Playsuits

I'm really loving rompers and playsuits these days. There is just something so fun about them, which might be why they call them playsuits. I think I may need to go romper/playsuit shopping soon. Or, you know, I could just marvel at these beauties through my computer screen:


1) Shay Todd - Romance Twill Playsuit - $265 (Net-A-Porter)
2) Anna Sui - Satin Sleeveless Playsuit - $85.50 (The Outnet)
3) Alexander Wang - Jersey Drawstring Playsuit - $420 (Net-A-Porter)
4) Diane Von Furstenberg - Rompie Printed Jersey Playsuit - $245 (Net-A-Porter)
5) Jason Wu - Button-Front Tweed Playsuit - $1,295 (Net-A-Porter)
6) Forever 21 - Woven Tribal Romper - $19.90 (
7) DKNY - Sequined Silk-Blend Playsuit - $595 (Net-A-Porter)
8) Adidas By Stella McCartney - Studio Zip-Detail Playsuit - $130 (Net-A-Porter)
9) TopShop - Tropical Print Playsuit - $50 (

So, a fifteen year old like me might only be able to afford 2, 6, 9, and if we're lucky, 8. But I don't mind just daydreaming about them, and visiting them on the world wide web.


Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Strawberries and Shoes

It is so gorgeous outside these days. Not hot, but definitely not cold. Perfect for eating supper out on the deck. Here's a pair of Aldo gladiators I bought yesterday, when I went to the city. They're Aldo Kids, because my feet are way tiny.
Nail Polish: OPI-"Eiffel For This Color"

And, I just can't seem to get enough of my favorite fruit these days, which happens to be strawberries.


Have a Great Day,


Sunday, May 16, 2010

Sweet Sundays

Ring: Ardene (I've wanted a rosebud ring for a while now. Not sure why.)

Books: The Teen Vogue Handbook
Classy - Derek Blasberg
(Perfect Sunday reading material.)

Dress: American Eagle
(Back View. Photography Credit: My sister, Chloe. Because, you know, it's hard to take a picture of your own back.)


Saturday, May 15, 2010

On The Cover: Amanda Seyfried

So, those of you who have read the few posts that currently make up my blog, may know that I love Teen Vogue a little too much. But what can I say? I am a teen, you know. So, anyways. I have come to blog about my excitement of the upcoming issue of Teen Vogue, where Amanda Seyfried will be glossing the cover. HOORAH, a non-Disney/Nickolodeon star! Not that I have anything against those folks, but they seem to be taking over parts of the fashion industry. But, when I think about it, Teen Vogue's been doing pretty good with their cover stars lately, including their current issue, which has the stunning Karlie Kloss on the cover. Now, I must share a couple of my favorite photos from the Amanda Seyfried shoot. Sure, you could just visit the Teen Vogue website, but this is much more fun for me:

Miu Miu's. Ooooh. Ahhh.
This girl amazes me. She rocked a Bodyamr dress. Backwards. I honestly have no idea if she meant to or not, but I actually think it works for her.
Well, that is all for now, folks. Oh, wait! Much thanks to my second follower, Bianca, from Cactus Fashion. I've been reading this fabulous girl's blog for quite a while, and I absolutely love it. So go check it out.

Happy Web-Surfing,

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

J.Crew, Tommy Ton, and Fashion Moods

First, a round of applause for me. "What for?", you ask. For staying faithful to this practically unknown blog, of course! But wait! It's not totally unknown. Much thanks to the wonderfully fabulous Lee, of "FashionLee" , who blogs about things that are of interest to me.

Second, you must click THIS link. Now. Jak and Jil's Tommy Ton, went down unda (?), to Australian Fashion Week, and just happened to come back with a bucket-load of amazingness, a.k.a, street style photos. Is he trying to make me cry, or something? Because, it may be working. I think I need to move to Australia. Except, if I would ever get to attend Australian Fashion Week, people would pity me, for crying all over the gorgeousness. So on second thought, I'll just stay here in Canada, at least until I can contain myself.

Third, I'm so loving J.Crew right now. You see, I have different fashion moods. While regular folks would have moods like "happy", "sad", or "excited", I might be feeling all Marc Jacobs-y, or I might wake up in the morning feeling like Miu Miu. (You thought I was going to say P-Diddy, didn't you). But these days, I'm feeling oh-so-J.Crew. So, pictures:




There we go. My heart is now content.


Saturday, May 8, 2010

Fashion Show and Fun Dip

Hola Bloggers and Blog-Readers,

It's been a while since I've posted. I've been kind of busy, but don't worry, I haven't forgotten about the blog. Not that anyone cares (at the moment), but I'm keeping my hopes up that someday, I'll at least have a few readers. Everybody with a blog had to start somewhere. So, the other day I went to my first fashion show! (Well, first real one. We're not counting the free ones that are in the middle of the mall). But of course, there would never be a fashion show in my town. So, off to the city I go (with my Dad). It was a fancy dinner/fashion show to raise money for the Ronald McDonald house. The Ronald McDonald house is like a home away from home for families who need to stay close to the hospital, if their child is in the hospital because of cancer or other life-threatening illnesses. In the house, families can prepare their own meals in the kitchen, sleep in big family bedrooms, chill out in the family room, and use the home van to get place to place. So, the fashion show might not have been high-fashion, but it was so worth it. It was for a great cause, the food was amazing, and I even got to go to snap some pictures in the fashion photographer's section. WOWZA. There were fashions from The Gap, Ricki's, la Vie en Rose, and others. And... fashion photographer, Tony Nardella, was there. He had a little place set up in the corner of the room, with a photo backdrop, and his fancy shmancy cameras and lights and whatnot. You could get your picture taken for only two bucks (!), and then he would edit it to look like a magazine cover. Mine:

Dress: The Gap
Cardigan: Garage Clothing
Wedges: American Eagle for Payless

Yes, I am jumping. Did you know that when you jump in wedges, it makes a big noise, and people stare at you? True story. I'm sorry if this picture doesn't meet your bajillion megapixel standards (or whatever your geekish standards are). In other words, it's blurry. But... visit Tony Nardella's website. Click HERE.
Now, leave me to go eat my tangerine Fun Dip. You do know what Fun Dip is, right?