Another cool piece from Jonathan Adler. Got this "Hashish" candle for one of my friends for Christmas. Even if you are not into Mary Jane (I'm not) the packaging is brilliant and fun and the smell of the candle? Well, let your neighbors think what they want. Life is more fun when you keep people guessing!
I really love how she knows her "look" and does variations of it to keep it fresh. I am also into the way she wears the same awesome pieces (AW bag, Balenciaga bag, Isabel Marant coat, leather pants etc.) in new ways throughout her blog. It really isn't about always having something new - it's about how you mix it up.
Been looking for a new unique helmet for when I ride my vespa and spotted this line called RUBY while at the motorcycle store GLORY SALES in Los Feliz. Ultra cool and not generic looking helmets from Paris - I totally fell for the limited (of 100) Karl Lagerfeld helmet (before I knew it was KL). Bummer that it's $1,800.
Their motto is: "Good looks for everyday hero's and heroines"
My rad friend Gillian got me this HATE jar by Jonathan Adler for Christmas. She tried in vain to get me the AMBIEN jar but seems like they either sold out or may have been taken off the market - which is really too funny!
This apothecary jar is part of the Jonathon Adler "Druggist" Collection. Gotta love this guy - he comes up with the best ideas.
My super cool aunt got me this limited edition Burlesque Set from Smashbox for Christmas and I love it! The double ended lip gloss is my fav and the eyeliner goes on so smooth - I almost feel like I know what I am doing - since I don't wear a ton of make-up regularly!
I saw the new movie THE BLACK SWAN this weekend. Besides being drawn in by every aspect of this gorgeous film, my first thought was that I have a feeling that this spring there will be "dancer" looks everywhere. Pretty, easy to layer and completely wearable. Add those dainty Jamie Wolf earrings and necklace Natalie Portman was wearing in the film and you are set.
Loved the gorgeous pastels Natalie wore through out the film, but was even more intreguied by the black on black layers Mila Kunis had on. It seemed as if I was always craving more screen time for Mila so I could assess what she was wearing.
I also loved the costumes Rodarte did for the dance scenes (makes me want to buy a tutu!) as well as the white gown Natalie's character wears to her party.
This film was visually inspiring to me and I wish I could go back frame by frame and dissect all the looks.
By the way if anyone knows what over sized black bag Mila's character carried please let me know... Chanel perhaps?