BEJEWELED


Loving Val’s ‘Tom Binns diy necklace’, not pictured but it dazzles similarly to this.

I saw Tom speak at the Hammer Museum Monday (along with Sally Singer, fashion features and news editor at Vogue, Kate Mulleavy from Rodarte, Adriano Goldshmied of AG and Christina Kim but more on that later, i swwwearz, so behind) and he blurted out, “There are a lot of thieves in fashion!”

So Tom, if you consider a do-it-yourself project theft, I apologize, it’s just a reinterpretation made with a lot of love.

PC. EmmaNyren

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HIGH FASHION CRIME SCENES photography by Melanie Pullen


Melanie Pullen is another photographer I’ve been obsessing over. Her collection of more than one hundred photographs is comprised of High Fashion Crime Scenes based on vintage crime-scene images she mined from the files of the Los Angeles Police Department, the County Coroner’s Office and other primary sources. Drawn to rich details and compelling stories preserved in the criminal records, she began outfitting the β€œvictims” (her selected models) in current haute couture, and photographing them in her staged settings.

If you’re in LA you can check out her exhibit at Ace Gallery. Creepy neatoooooo.

Source and PC. melaniepullen.com and yayeveryday

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The Two Step



Stylist Elisa Nalin has quite the shoe collection and a gorgeous windy staircase that is just aching for a slide down the banister. Wouldn’t it be picturesque to see the 2 combined, a pair of shoes per step?

When I was a little girl my sister and I would ride our slippery sleeping bags down our staircase for hours on end until our derriere’s couldn’t take it anymore prompting a leap into the pool. Sometimes I really miss being a kid.

PC. The Selby

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