This costume reminds me of the apache dancers of Paris, but it’s mexican. Anyone know the origins?
It was my birthday yesterday. A big one. I was a little nervous in the weeks precendent, feeling nostalgic for the last day of my thirty years. But I had a great day and feel like it was a great start to this new decade.
My new haircut and hat.
Hat: by Bonnie’s Knitting on etsy
Necklace: 1920’s Czech glass
Broach: handmade by me with Indigo that I bought in Tokyo
Blouse: handmade by me
I got this little monkey in the mail, a present to myself from etsy.
Laurent offered me the hugemungous Magic book by Taschen and I got a luxurious sac from Longchamp from my belle mere. We took a bus to San Michel where I bought a new umbrella. From there we went to La Chapelle to a favorite Indian takeout restaurant that I like because it’s not too far from the Canal St Martin where we like to picnic. Afterwards we had Bertillion ice cream on the Ile St Louis. At night we ordered sushi delivered and watched Breakfast at Tiffany’s. A perfect day!
I feel so grateful to all my friends who sent birthday wishes on Facebook and for the wonderful cards, gifts and calls that I got from my family and loved ones. Thanks everyone, I feel loved and glad to be 40 years old!
I have this collection of resin pins made by my friend Chris Bonobo. All the cool french kids have one. Go see more at http://www.myspace.com/chrisbonobo
Jessica is an acquaintance from my San Francisco days. I remember when her clothes first appeared at Backseat Betty a clothing store on Haight street. She was working at Betsy Johnson at the time where I had other fashion go-to friends like Crowning Glory.
She lives in LA now and her clothes can be found at Hot Topic. I want everything she makes! I think she does her illustrations herself but I would really love to work with her!
It’s freezing here, literally. I’m dreaming of april and busting out my colorful dresses. Also tempted by these dreamy pieces I found on etsy.
and the Fleur de Lis broach Jewelery Heirs