this quote from the lovely lady pictured above is, to me, spot on:
I like fashion and have lots of clothes. I never buy ordinary clothes. I keep my clothes for decades and never throw them out.
when clothes are unordinary and lovely, they can become transcendently timeless, even extraordinary. an argument for continued wear, indeed. i don't imagine her being tremendously into disposable, trendy junk.
i adore it when hel-looks, or ANY street fashion blogs, make a concerted effort to post photos of people of all ages, especially those who've got several decades of living under their belt (read: more than 20, or even 30). undeniably proving, yet again, that all those immature whippersnappers who say fashion is only he domain of the young are full of sh*t.
-guilty of buying too much stuff (clothes, records, books, whatever) and never getting rid of it? if so, you might relate to this vimeo video i spotted a couple weeks back via boing boing, called possessed.
and of course, the quick and dirty:
-wisecraft gives us a peek into natalie chanin's (formerly of project alabama, now working under the name alabama chanin) new sewing/craft book, alabama stitch book. me want, as me have been big fan of natalie's work for years and years. yes!
-a commenter (rosiepop) who's also with child tipped me off to the maternity wear of designer isabella oliver. stunning and sexy doesn't even begin to describe her threads...all the draping in her tops and dresses makes the full, abundant figure of the pregnant woman look the picture of a classic greek or roman goddess. wowza.