Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Monday, September 28, 2009

Oh...its a small shoe!


Now THIS is Fashion!

No words needed...


H&M and....

Sonia Rykiel! The Parisian Queen of knits is following in the footsteps of Jimmy Choo, Karl Lagerfeld, Comme des Garcons, Roberto Cavalli, Viktor & Rolf, Stella McCartney and Matthew Williamson! Her cllection with H&M will be in stores just in time for Christmas, December 5th!
Riot Police at the ready!


Grace is God!

and im not talking about Jones, im talkin Coddington! a new hero and definite Icon! Last Saturday night me, DeeBee and our mate sam all went to see The September Issue (we told Sam it was a horror film, he wasnt impressed!) in the lovely Lighthouse cinema in Dublin. It was such a great documentary, so interesting and inspiring! If you've already seen it then you'll know that the star is passionate redhead and Vogue creative director, Grace Coddington. To put it simply I love her! The dvd of September Issue is out now and I definitely recommend it!


Keepin' It UnReal!

I love Bernard Willhelm's designs, all his clothes have a real effortless coolness to them! Here are a few pieces from his latest collection Keep It Unreal


Ting Tings Paint Fight!

I would have loved to gone to this party! Ting Tings, paint and Adidas tracksuits all roubnd. what more could you want?


Wednesday, September 23, 2009


Jak and Jil

You don't need to spread your legs, wear short-torned-out denim or even show cleavage, you just have to go to Hogwarts. Because its def worked for Emma Watson!



Origami Toilet Paper - fold your own toilet paper crane.

You can always use dollar bills when you run out of regular toilet paper but i wouldnt like to use that grater!

this would keep you busy Sudoku Toilet Paper!

The crime scene is def my favorite we could use it in the house after a good night out!


Photo Stitching

Amazing photo with phenomenal depth of field, especially when viewed in the largest size.from gbatistini on flickr!


Chris Dorosz

Paint Drop Sculptures by Chris Dorosz

I can only imagine how many tedious hours it must of taken to create these intricate sculptures that are made up of tiny paint drops on a grid of acrylic rods.