There is alot of roads to take, but only one will lead you to your Destination.....-Willow* Isabella

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Behati VS Super Model
Behati VS Super Model

More of VS Fashion Show 2011
Victoria's Srecret Fashion Show

Adriana Lime-Katie Perry

Alessanndra Ambrosio - Adrina Lima

Shannan Click- Erin Heatheron

Magdalena Frakowiak - Lily Aldridge

Lily Donalson - Edita Vilkeviciute

Alessandra Ambrosio - Karolina Kurkova

Adrina Lima

Behati Prinsloo
Study Room

Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! Live the Life you've imagined!
-Henry David Thoreau

If you can't envision success, you'll never be able to see it fulfilled
-Byron Pulsifer
Artist: Betsy Walton

Artist: Erika Somogyi

Artist: Erika Somogyi

Home, Kitchen

Recycling doesn't always mean throwing something into your recycling bin.

Monday, November 29, 2010

i-D #123 THE SMART ISSUE(December 1993). Photo: Corinne
i-D #149 THE SURVIVAL ISSUE(February 1996). Photo: David Sims

Photos: stockholmsteetstyle

Cocktail Hour
Zara evening collection
Photos: Zara

Alexa Chung shot by Robert Wright via TFS
Chunky grey knit+leather pants

Lavin Loves H&M

Thursday, November 25, 2010

To Best friends
Fragile hope

Never Love A W. Thing
If I hurt you

This credo I here by affirm. I will never say marginalize or use priviledge as a verb. I will avoid closure except perhaps when discusssing the endings of poems. I will avoid gnostic altogether. I will not say societal and comedic where social and comic will serve just as well. I will not say hegemony except with irony. I will not put nestled, cradled, or shimmered in poems, and I will stop reading any poem that has cupped in it, or scrim, sure signs of poetical intent. I will not split infinitives if I can help it. I will use correct grammar, but I will feel free to leave out punctuation marks when it suits my purposes in a poem. I welcome new oxymorons, as when a friend complains that she has an "ancient computer". I will allow no-brainer and prozac and feng shui into my poetry, not to mention the Net, the Web, the Macintosh/Windows software, that came with the box, my laptop, my desktop, my ergonomic workstation, the bad case of carpal tunnel syndrome I suffered a few years ago, and other things that would have made no sense to anyone thirty years ago. I will love the language as a living thing that never stops evolving.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010