Sunday, December 6, 2009


Fashematics: a map of designers' inspirations.

I'm going to be the first one to say (and don't laugh guys, because I'm not even lying): Fashion and Math excite me.
Figuring out equations can be brutal. But to me, it's fairly easy! (not that I don't struggle)
All it really takes is execution.
You can even probably compare the two. Given x + y, x being as absurd as a crab, all you need to do to solve is execute it. Designers sketch so many different styles, but they don't matter on paper until they make it concrete, physical, pieces.
Then, you have a wearer. She can have the finest brand names, but what if it just isn't cohesive? Home girl better execute!

But anyways, is there really even a need for an explanation of why I love this site?
I just compared my LOVE for math to fashion.
Johnathan of Fashematics makes it simple for you.

Hope you had a great weekend, guys!

All My Love <3

Friday, December 4, 2009


Source: Fashion Gone Rogue

The semi-transparent layers kind of reminds me of Geraldine George's work, which I love.
The first one being my current twitter background:


What an innovative concept for an editorial!

Source: ONTD

Thursday, December 3, 2009


I dig her style!
She really is growing to be one of my favourites.


Who want's to shell out 5 bills on this headband for me? :)

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

I got love for the Piv

The choice in clothing is definitely mysterious. But THIS is why I respect the Piv so much. Breaking boundaries, breaking stereotypes, and a good hearted person.
Love and peace!

- Lol

We can always atleast try to be happy.

This picture is so inspiring.

Kids in Couture by Ryan McGinley

Kids in couture, the title is pretty self explanatory.
I can't even imagine what elementary school me would do in these clothes!
Have you ever played dress up?
When I was younger, I loved playing with Barbies.
Dressing them up, putting the shoes on their permanent high-heels only shoes, and then plotting high society affairs for them.
Growing me and my cousins would always play dress up wearing my best clothes, doing out hair, and making up fake names and accents.
When I grew a little bit older, I made my little cousin my doll.
I had a theory that the toys you played when you were younger reflected the future for you. Other than the obvious future doctor playing with a plastic stethoscope, I had these precious memories that helped me LOVE fashion.

The kids in this ed are so lucky, so blessed, and it looks like they're having a lot of fun.
I wish, when I design clothes, that the people wearing them feel just as or look just as happy as these kids.
Sometimes a garment is more than a a garment. Each piece with their own personalities that match with people of the same style.

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