Monthly Archives: October 2012

Halloween | I say dance dance dance

[Sorry, no credits for this editorial cause my computer crashed before I could take note of them]
Hey dolls, which are your plans for tonight? Mine are to dance, dance, dance…


If you are in Milan tonight, this is the party to attend!! With a TOTALBLACK dress code it is exactly my ideal party! I could virtually throw myself into my closet and come out wearing wathever I catch LOL!



“Questo non è solo un after.

Questo è un party senza zucche e senza stronzate da 15enni americani.
Dalle 00.00 alle 08.00.
Dress code: NERO

00•02 -Natasha Slater & Fabiano Valli (PWP) Opening
04•06 -Skinny Boy
06•08 -Paquita Gordon (Misty Music)”

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Today i’m loving the minimal and sleek b/w shots by photographer Camilla Akrans @ Management Artist

Can you imagine the story behind these shots?  I can and it should be damn sexy …

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via Papercut

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Alicia Hannah Naomi jewelry



Our lovely Alicia at Sea Of Ghosts has finally launched her website with a small range of exciting rings, perfect “to wear on their own in any arrangement or stacked up against the favourites from your own collection”.
I’m behind excited about this and I suggest you to go and check her new space out right now: you will find unique pieces, individually crafted by hand and inspired by a minimalism that celebrates the human rather than the machine. Also, she is offering everyone 15% off your first ALICIA HANNAH NAOMI order…so WOW*

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Tsemaye Binitie SS13 | American Beauty

You surely remember that not long ago I featured Tsemaye Binitie‘s minimal chic creations along with his awesome interview. Today I’m glad to present you his latest SS13 collection ’American Beauty’.


This is what Tsemaye says about the inspiration behind it: “The inspiration this season came from a book of the same name by Clairborne Swanson Frank, I fell in love with her motivation in putting together her portraits of ‘Accomplished’ American women each of whom possesses an original blend of grit, grace and glamour . It triggered a chain of thought that led me to look at the ‘Accomplished  American woman’ and her relationship to fashion and dressing over the years. Picking five of the subjects that were featured in the book and studying their style helped to form the various themes within the collection. Jenna Lyons creative director at J Crew is practical and pragmatic, she mixes feminine with masculine, she is quite casual in her approach to fashion but always very stylish. Joan Smalls a very successful model is a natural beauty who travels the globe but still always manages to look strong, sexy and rock and roll. Serena Nikkah is fashion publicist originally from London. She has quite a classic approach to fashion, a transplanted Chelsea girl living in New york.  Lauren Santo Domingo founder of Moda Operandi and a Vogue contributing editor has a somewhat outrageous approach to fashion and channels a modern elegance. New kid on the block Lily Kwong is a philanthropist and Colombia graduate that has an effortless air and quick wit. She is a california girl at heart with a very refined aesthetic who loves to mix high and low.

For Spring Summer 13, the silhouettes have been streamlined and focused. The collection also features our signature dresses and this season sees the official launch of our ‘Tee’ line of denim and tees. Fabrics range from washed silk satin to leather, silk organza, georgette lame, silk taffeta and high tech viscose twills. Laser cutting and applique embroidery add that special touch.”

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Dean Avisar | Land of liberty

Today’s crush is over these rad black and white shots by Dean Avisar. See the rest of the story on theones2watch

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