I’ve been following Ana Marchetanu (Toot Stuff) for years, but her latest jewelry collection really wowed me. She’s made wonderful things before, and there’s a portfolio to prove it, but this time… it’s different. The pieces are chunky, truly statement jewelry, they’re geometrical and simply spectacular. Rough, gemstone-shaped, cement-like material is mixed with organic accents (wood, crystals), to mind-blowing results. More than that, the collection complements the fall-winter clothes (also her designs) perfectly.
A Fashion Nerd is a recent discovery for me, and an instant fave. Amy knows how to dress and she knows how to pose, plus she seems to be having lots of fun doing both these things! Her wardrobe features a nice combination of feminine pieces, 1960s style and edgy accents, with the raddest, funkiest shoes. Her photos always make me smile, many of them featuring that-Californian-suburbia-mood that gets me nostalgic despite never experiencing it personally. Check out her blog – she’s bound to steal your subscription with a smile and a Royal Tenenbaums t-shirt.
I clearly cannot resist a good scooter picture! This one was apparently taken by French photographer Jean-François Jonvelle (if my sources are correct). There’s so much life in it, with the visible movement and the visible fun. I love her school-girl outfit with the plaid skirt, oversized turtleneck sweater and ballet flats, it’s so easy and wearable!
Photo source | Sweater – Paper, Denim & Cloth | Skirt – Monki | Flats – George J Love
Have a happy weekend, everyone!
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Yelena Bruksenkova is a Russian born illustrator currently living in the States, with a mesmerizing way of portraying mundane activities. On one hand, her illustrations remind me of old Russian children’s books I used to have, while on the other hand they’re contemporary as can be. Her series “Solitaire“, which she did for an exhibition last fall, is the one that caught my eye – girls doing things on their own. My favorite has to be the pink-haired girl playing Solitaire, although each one has a certain mood to relate to.
Visit Yelena Bruksenkova’s blog and Etsy shop for more of her illustrations.
The minute I saw this photo on Honey Kennedy, I knew it was going to be my next collage. It’s perfectly suited for this time of the year, with these nicely dressed girls and their freshly picked apples. And how beautiful is the apple print dress pictured to the right? I wish I could find something similar these days.
Photo source | Dress – Modcloth | Shoes – Seychelles | Tights – Modcloth | Earrings – Marc by Marc Jacobs