Tony Scherman and David Dalton have written a new book on Andy Warhol called Pop: The Genius of Andy Warhol. I swear, there could never be enough books written about him. The man was infinitely complicated. You could read every book on Warhol out there, and you'd still be just as clueless as you were before. This article alone has already contradicted so much of what I have previously read on Andy. I'm dying to finish my school books so I can start on this one.
25 October 2009
24 October 2009
16 October 2009
Seriously wanting one of those dino bags. Maybe even more than I wanted Peter Jensen's horse bag. Actually, I would love any bag in the shape of an animal. It's probably because I never had one of those backpacks shaped like a teddy bear or a puppy as a child. Missed out.
Also thinking about putting some streaks of blue into my hair. I'm not normally a fan of unnatural hair colors, but I really like the faded streaks at Giles and Proenza Schouler.
at 10:27 PM
12 October 2009
Love these photos. They kind of whisper, "Hello, Fall!" One more paper, and I'm on fall break. I can't even tell you how glad I am that it's starting to cool down. I actually started to hate getting dressed in the morning because I literally had no inspiration left. Must move somewhere where the cold weather lasts longer than three months ASAIG (as soon as I graduate).
at 7:05 PM
11 October 2009
05 October 2009
03 October 2009
Loving all of the Southwestern/Navajo inspired pieces I'm seeing, especially the pieces by April 77 and Pendleton x Opening Ceremony. Definitely my favorite trend for fall, which is surprising since I'm normally pretty opposed to all things cowboy/Indian. I grew up in West Texas... where people wore cowboy boots and bucket hats for real. I tried very hard to avoid the western stigma when I was younger, but these pieces feel fresh and maybe even make me a little proud of my Texas heritage?
at 5:56 PM