Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Animal Photographer Sharon Montrose

Sharon Montrose has, in my opinion, one of the best jobs ever. She is an animal photographer! Her photographs are stunning and will make anyone oooh and ahh.

You can buy her prints at her Esty shop.

Found by way of A Cup of JO

Monday, November 16, 2009

Back Home In Nueva Jersey

After a wonderful week in Montreal I am back home in beautiful New Jersey. Back to my writing routine listening to tunes.

Currently listening to:

The Weepies

Cafe Tacuba

Lady Gaga Bad Romance Video


Friday, November 6, 2009

Italian Elegance

The Sartorialist posted this picture of a woman he shot in Milan. Her look is simple, barely there makeup, besides a vivid red lip color. More proof that less can work well for you, as well as natural free flowing hair.

The Sartorialist puso una foto de una Italiana de Milán en su blog. El look de esta mina es muy sencilla y elegante. Casi no tiene maquillaje, menos los labios rojos y brillantes. Aquí tienes mas pruebas que algo sencillo puede tener una impresión fuerte.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Maya Vik Curls

It is no secret that I love big hair and love to add volume on my own head. There is something entirely sexy about unruly hair. When I saw these pictures of Maya Vik on Elenita's blog (who in turn found the pictures on I was stunned. Maya Vik is the bassist of the Norwegian group Montée and she has the most striking features and wonderfully chaotic hair. It is very rare to see platinum, blond hair with such tight curls.

No es un secreto que me encanta el pelo grande y voluminoso. Hay algo realmente sexy de pelo rebelde y despeinado. Cuando vi fotos de Maya Vik en el blog de Elenita (ella les descubrió por me enamoré de su pelo y quería comprar una peluca rubia platino. Maya Vik es la bajista del grupo Noruego Montée. Es lindísima y tiene el pelo maravillosamente cáotico. Es raro ver alguien con pelo rubio platino y rizos tan apretados. Que envidia.

Monday, November 2, 2009

Fashion Icon Debbie Harry and Mod

The band Blondie was at the height of their stardom in the 70s and early 80s, a time where fashion was reinventing itself between disco, the mod revival, platforms and micro minis. The mod look, favored by beatniks, on occasion Deborah Harry, as well as fashion icon Twiggy, was also reinventing itself. It seems like the early mod crowd's penchant for berets has been an inspiration for NYC hipsters the past 10 years. It's interesting to compare the two actually, since mod sprung from London's youth as a rebellion against stuffy British customs and a new leaning towards all things 'cool, smart, and neat.' Sounds sorta familiar doesn't it? Not to mention all the Vespas you see zipping around Manhattan as of late.

Personally I am a big fan of mod, the flat shoes are a blessing, the cute scarves and berets affect my soft spot for French stereotypes. I am, however, a much bigger fan of Debbie Harry's personal style. She has a face and the cheekbones not many people are lucky enough to be born with. Her style that is simple but not boring and just a bit funky. Her signature eye makeup and red lips are something I replicate only if there is a special occasion, but really I just want to wear it everyday. Maybe I will more often.

This year for Halloween I took advantage of my new platinum blond wig and I dressed up on two occasions as pop icon Debbie Harry and later more recent pop icon Lady Gaga. Halloween is one of my favorite holidays because it allows you to be creative, but most of all, live out your fantasies of being whatever. In my case, I guess I have some latent desire to be a pop star. Well I can at least aspire to dress like one.