I've accumulated a fair bit of their jewellery over the years.
The first piece I got was the plectrum charm bracelet, when I was ten years old. I thought I was the coolest kid in primary school.
Rosie + Harriet who run it are brilliant. They've got a new shop in Covent Garden - definitely worth checking out (they stock Eley Kishimoto stuff and lots of other goodies!). Also if you want a chuckle, check this out , very pre-braces!
The fish bone necklace is what my eyes are on next, but I am rather poot atm.
My sister is brilliant. She got me two cameras for £2.78.
I've got quite snappy happy lately.
Picking up fisheye film on Thursday and will share results.
Hope you are having a lovely week chaps.
PS. glasses. and i have been converted to hareem trousers and tights-and-sandals - is this bad?!
Found these images here and I thought they were too awesome not to share.
Anyway, hope you are having a nice weekend.
I am well full up, had a very fat wagamama dinner, but regardless I was eating chocolate hobnobs a few minutes ago.
Bit of a working weekend. Trotted down to Cass Art with my mum this morning to stock up on supplies. Been busy spray mounting and cutting and choosing for my portfolio (which colleges actually want to see!). I've been quite consumed by that lately, but it's good to be consumed every now and then, eh?
Decided to go for the orange glasses, picking them up on Monday.
Last month I received the Sartorialist book. Basically if you don't know what it's about, this guy Scott Schuman (who actually is really renowned in the fashion world) goes around taking photographs of "stylish" people across the world (mainly the schmashion capitals) and posting them on his highly influential blog .
After leaving the book in my front room for a while, my family started to flick through it ... which led to a brilliant game. Basically, whenever me and my dad are out together we play "Sartori-YES/NO/MAYBE" .... which basically consists of deciding what category we would group people into as we walk down the road and giving a commentary. I've scanned in some of my verdicts on the book and played the game. (***Check here out to see what gets Schuman turned on!)
*All images are courtesy of Penguin and Scott Schuman.*
I wouldn't exactly consider The Sartorialist genuine street style as most of the shots are of buyers, designers or models shot during fashion week, so it isn't exactly authentic.
I quite like the Facehunter , as it isn't just middle aged men smoking cigars.
So .... what's your verdict on street style?
Have a lovely weekend
ps. What do you think of these kind of posts? If you'd like more of this sort of thing please say because I will take time to do it.
Had some chocolate euros for breakfast and some mango juice.
And my Mum was in springcleanmode, so I had to tidy my bedroom.
And I was rifling through my stationary drawer and I found this baby that I had forgotten about. (Ages ago my ma entered a photography competition at the v+a and won the camera and gave it to me, because she's laverly)
If you don't know what this freak of a camera is, it's a "supersampler".
Basically ... it has four lenses and there are two speeds avaliable 4 photos in 2 seconds (0.5 seconds/photo) or 4 photos in 0.2 seconds (0.05 seconds/photo).Basically if your subject is moving or you move the camera, you get pretty awesome results.