Ladies who Love Net-a-porter, Meet Mr. Porter. →
Now your fellas can look as good as you do.
Radiohead. The King of Limbs. →
Coming to all this Saturday.
Now this is how I want my nails did. →
(via The Cut)
A non-typical Valentine’s Day mix with The Dead Weather, She & Him, The Black Keys and more. (via xmusic)
Found Words: The Alchemist.
Last year, I went into a used book store to look for Paul Coehlo’s The Alchemist after reading a borrowed copy from a friend. I picked up one I saw on the shelf and found the book had been given as a present, with a sweet little note written inside. So I took a picture of it. Thus began a habit of checking the inside covers of used books for handwritten messages. Here’s the first...
Happy Valentine's Day.
“When I saw you I fell in love. And you smiled because you knew.” - Arrigo Boito
The Dears' new album Degeneration Street. →
Holy smokes, it’s good. (via Hype Machine)
DJ Big Jacks, Take Me Into The Weekend. →
Big Jacks kills it again. (PS. ‘Baby’ I’m Yours by Breakbot into the mix at 9:40. Just sayin’.)
NYFW: It's Here Again! →
I’ll be cyberstalking these guys all New York Fashion Week. Not that I don’t already, but they have Leandra Medine from The Man Repeller reporting this time around. That means the laughs will be a-plenty.
Bruce Mau's Incomplete Manifesto for Growth. →
A good 43 points to live by. (via Bruce Mau Design)
The Mixtape Club. Session 018. →
Their latest mixtape session of rad music from all sorts of rad creative types. (via The Mixtape Club)
Opening Ceremony + MM6. →
Yup, that’s right. Humberto Leon, Carol Lim and Martin Margiela (sort of). Triumvirate of fashion power, coming to you this September.
Breaking old blogging habits.
Getting into Tumblr has certainly shifted the way I used to blog. Loyal Confessions of a Fashion Fanatic readers who now follow this Tumblr have probably noticed a marked shift in topic talk (not as much sartorial stuff) and the absence of my “Haute Hippie” pseudonym. Plus there’s a huge increase in images, reblogs and a slight decrease in words themselves. Trust me, kids: I...
Excellent post on KarmaTech by my brilliant friend Kumi of Radar DDB. idekumiko: KarmaTech is a creative concept pulled together for WeSC by Hyper Island students. It borrows from the company’s existing usage of RFID tags to track products on a mass distribution level - and looks to create increasingly shareable user experiences. This is the sort of thing that makes me excited about our...