Little obsessions...

bits of fashion life that we love and sometimes envy... by Lia-F

mistercodystrickland:

mistercodystrickland:

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theclassycandy:

Body By KlossPhotographer: Steven MeiselModel: Karlie KlossVogue Italia December 2011Visit: Vogue.it

theclassycandy:

Body By Kloss
Photographer: Steven Meisel
Model: Karlie Kloss
Vogue Italia December 2011
Visit: Vogue.it

(via wherethereareflowers)

monsieur-j:

Paco Rabanne S/S 2012 Runway Details

monsieur-j:

Paco Rabanne S/S 2012 Runway Details

(via thediscography)

Feed Me Daily: LFW: LEUTTON POSTLE SS12

eatcake-mag:

Sahara’s parents always told her she was special. Perhaps that’s why, six years out of indigo school and three years into her waitressing career, she carries herself with such quiet certainty. Though her name may be far flung (it was chosen by her grandmother, the one who slept with Timothy…

(Source: ltec-magazine)

jenniferstoddart:

Gorgeous!

jenniferstoddart:

Gorgeous!

(via jenni-tumbles)

pretaportre:

“The first look – a tan chiffon dress which fanned in pleats down from the slashed neckline to flash white inside each pleat as the model walked, caught our attention and suggested that there may be something to see here, after all.

Crisp white collarless blouses with long shirt tails worn under translucent chiffon dresses, leather skirts whose pleats were separated with matching chiffon, innocent white cotton dresses with geometric cotton rivets striped up and down them and wide blue washed silk trousers worn with linen shirts – there were some nice ideas that, while they didn’t slam their way into fashion headlines, showed potential for Waight Keller to make something of this role.

A black silk blouse with diaphanous white sleeves, darker pink and purple orchids embroidered onto fluid shorts, and blazers cut to hang over anything else in your wardrobe with a touch of boyish cool revealed a little more direction, but in the main this was a commercially sound, safe beginning that will act as a clean slate for Chloe to develop into something new.”

(via vogue)