Friday, 22 October 2010
see! marble doesn't have to be grotesque after all!
Gorgeous, simple shelving a la marble! Not obscene in the least! right? right?!
luxe but not gaudy
beautiful floor, am going to have to rely on my design student flat mate/interior designer/co-ordinator of everything in my life I can't do to help me distress and paint my floors because he's got it like that...and I don't.
sigh...the cabinet /armoire for french linens and such
an Ikea creation that will form the basis of my kitchen am going for grey floors (of lighter more distressed hue than pictured) and lit up glass cabinets to open up the space and give a little wow to the room
love miscellenous chairs all gathered round a wooden table, am going for a reclaimed wood long table and 4 chairs in different styles (ebay was made for dreams like this to be made a reality...and deptford market) might paint them all white
love the floor and the chandelier, am also a big fan of islands in kitchens but will not have the space in mine
Pete Doherty talks junkie luxe
Read this amazing indictment of Pete Doherty's new jewellery line Albion Trinketry (being bound together in crack den with lint as we speak with Bryon's poetry and the metaphorical interpretation of Fagan's crushed bones somewhere far far way from Hackney High Street)
Cry with laughter at the cold hard truth of a man in need of rehab hawking gypsy-gothic-luxe-junkie jewellery, hissing Papa Lazarou style into your ear as he runs his hand over your dead mother's gold ring, for his next fix.
Hmmm...Sexxxxy as ever.
Carola Barbero PHD student extraordinaire writes Sex and the City and Philosophy before I get the chance.
Carrie & co. reflect what has been defined the "third generation feminism" that is based upon the achievements obtained through their previous struggles but shows a more relaxed approach in many ways. The aggressive attitude that was typical of first generation feminism has gone, and a new, more spontaneous, at times even tender woman has made a comeback. What's wrong with that? Why can't we realize we must stop imposing models?