Haven't posted the usual phone cam photos of magazine spreads that caught my fancy. Fact that these are back issues now don't matter, I'm just indulging my can't-make-anyone-love-you state of mind at this moment. I'm not sad very often, I hope blogging proves therapeutic.
"It's a weird love song. It says how I'd sell my soul for something to believe in, something more significant than everyday life." - Tim Wheeler Posted by X1. Image Sources: Mirage, Dazed & Confused
OMFG. I'd love to get my hands on these Christopher Kane T-Shirts. But at € 186.67 a piece? Hmmm... Quite steep for my budget but would make a great late birthday present for myself. I'm begging! Sponsor me?! Kidding.
Photos from luisaviaroma.com/jakandjil.com Posted by X2
Rotterdam's Iconique Fashion Online Magazine likes The Monochromator and we like them back!
Here's a secret: X2 and I have not been going over our email for months now (haha!). So, when I forced myself to go over its content this afternoon, aside from travel agencies and other products that wanted to place ads via this blog, 'twas a nice surprise to find an email from a gorgeous online magazine called Iconique.
The email read: "...we'd like to compliment you on your website. Iconique Fashion Magazine tries to keep its stylish link directory a high quality resource that is free from spammy sites... Your site will be a wonderful addition..."
Whoever said that flatterry won't get you anywhere is mistaken. In a snap, X1 was pumped for action! Lazy old me went to work by going over the site's content to updating our links.
It is a fab website. We dig its fashion and art content, among others. And, since they like us, that says a lot about their taste and sense of style. Thanks, Iconique!
P.S. - And, thank YOU for your comments. It's amazing to know that you're there, that you appreciate what we share. It makes blogging - this high regard and this need for expression - worthwhile. xoxo.
It must be my lucky day. I've always loved the look of denim on denim with leopard prints. I think it's so rock 'n roll. Imagine how I thrilled I was when I chanced upon scanned copies of some of Emmanuelle Alt's editorials for Parisian Vogue from the previous year. So hot!
BONUS PIC: A young Emmanuelle Alt - in what else but sexy denim. Pure lurve...Ooh!
Pseudo-artistic agents' general and ironic interpretation and appreciation of certain pursuits based on an innate attraction to the subculture and a constant struggle to be in harmony with the majority. Etchos!