May 31, 2011 § Leave a comment
Mimi Weddell was an American actress. She is best known for portraying Stanford’s grandmother on Sex and the City and for being featured in a documentary film, Hats Off, about her life and her collection of 150 hats. The 2008 documentary film Hats Off tells Weddell’s life story; following her around as she visits beauty salons, strolls around the city and her litany of auditions, exercises sessions and dance lessons. Scroll down to watch the trailer to truly understand her.
Hats Off Trailer
May 30, 2011 § Leave a comment
These bags are hand-made by women, supported by The Wayúu Taya Foundation. The foundation educates women on parenting and nutrition, family planning and hygiene. Have a look at their gift shop, where they offer a variety of items. The bags are very beautiful and one more reason to love them is that they’re for a good cause!
May 29, 2011 § Leave a comment
Saga Sig is a photographer from Iceland, based in London. These are some of her work that we especially found interesting and inspiring. The imagery is very strong, with splashes of bright colours and the rebellious girls. The styling is very successful as well. To see more of her work check out her website and have a look at her blog: The Neverending Story.
May 27, 2011 § Leave a comment
Gorgeous home, nestled in a small coastal village in the Tramuntana region of Majorca, belongs to Alexandre de Betak, a renowned events producer, art director and designer whose work includes fashion shows and extravaganzas for clients such as Dior, Rodarte and Tiffany. He was dreaming about this Cave House for 10 years. After looking for a location for five years the design and construction processes have taken four years. Locating at the sea coast the village gives wonderful views on Mediterranean Sea.
May 26, 2011 § Leave a comment
During a year living in Mexico Scout & Catalogue was born out of the desire to live a simpler, more balanced life.Scout & Catalogue is heavily influenced by the bohemian beach culture of Mexico.
May 25, 2011 § Leave a comment
May 24, 2011 § 1 Comment
Letters are so beautiful. It’s sad that they hardly exist nowadays.
Sweet letter Jim Morrison wrote to his mother when he was 10 years old. (letters can be found, amongst other documents, in The Jim Morrison Scrapbook)
As Easter rolls around each year, I think of how you have helped me face all the many hardships in my life. I only wish I could put on paper how much I appreciate the help and love you have given me through my life.
From Marilyn Monroe to Joe Dimaggio (The letter is featured in the book, MM-Personal: From the Private Archive of Marilyn Monroe )
Saturday 24 December 1825 , to Jasia