Monthly Archive: November, 2011

The cat came after the mouse: thoughts on what fashion represents. & Photography Film

I guess that what mostly saddens me is that some people disassociate clothes with personality and rather associate them with trends. And as much as I love designer clothing, I hate all this… Continue reading

Marry the Night Prelude: the GaGa that wows me.

“When I look back on my life, it’s not that I don’t want to see things exactly as they happened, it’s just that I prefer to remember them in an artistic way. And… Continue reading

Vintage Vogue Covers

I think that it’s important to understand how something started and developed along the years, in order to appreciate it fully. Vogue is one of those magazines that seems to have always been… Continue reading

Random post: thoughts & perceptions – a short psychological analysis

I think that the way we perceive things is due to a conscious choice we took -as to view them in that particular way. Our train of thought is a good example of… Continue reading

Fashion Photography Film #2 — I like my men like my carnivals : classy. [the whole image collection]


Shoe candy from Alexander Wang

I love Alexander Wang’s Autumn/Winter shoe collection, it is by far a delight to one’s eyes. This winter metallics shoe-wear are making a stand, and they are of much contrast to the dark… Continue reading

Fashion Photography Film: Random moments scattered through time. pink, the beach & black and white.

Random Blurbs…

The Riccardo Tisci effect : me loving Givenchy every season more and more.

          I was blown away beyond proportion while going through Givenchy’s Autumn/Winter 2011 runway pictures.   There is no doubt about the fact that            Riccardo Tisci’s stand as a Creative Designer hasn’t ‘weathered’,… Continue reading


I found an old edition of L’Officiel – A tribute to Yves Saint Laurent, that I bought a few years back in Saint Tropez. A clear Oldie but Goldie indeed. It has all… Continue reading

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