This dress reminds me of something I would have picked out for myself as my Christmas party dress when I was little, but I like it anyway.
- listening to: "Runaway" Kanye West (I love all 34 minutes of this video. It is straight Kanye cheeze).
This shoot of the absolutely lovely Natalia Vodianova in Harper's Bazaar UK Dec 2010 has almost all the same gold pieces that were in my last post about gold, but done with a different amount of grace and continuity. I think Natalia is so soft and innocent looking, she is just great. I know it is boring of me to repost the same clothes just in different pictures, but I'm in love with this model and who could not be in love with these sequined works of art that they are parading as clothing?!
Via: Noir Facade
This shoot is amazing in location, colour, fabric, and jewelry. Not to mention it also instantly makes me remember how much I want to travel to (or at least near) Tibet.
Via: Heavy Heels
I'm back in Canada and I can hear the tea boiling on Kate's stove. This morning I flipped through one of her editions of Harper's Bazaar and the pages were so thick and textured. You definitely lose something in the translation when those pictures are posted online. It is strange how everything just seems different here. I mean I don't know what Harper's feels like in Korea, and rationally I bet it would be similar, but it just felt like even the way magazines feel as you flip through them is different here. I guess I'm still disoriented and soaking it all in. Walking along the seawall in the unexpected Vancouver sun makes me think without thinking... "it is nice to be home".
Today I found a site that has many of the fantastic photos by Peter Lindbergh from 1980 onward. It was a total treat flipping through his photos for the past hour or so and looking at the models and fashion over the past few decades. Here is an editorial from French Vogue in 1990 featuring Helena Christensen.