My favorite new tattoo from Tattly is The Big Dipper by Rusty A. Meadows. $5 for 2.
Hawaiian oil cloth backpack from Engineered Garments. Available from French Garment Cleaners for $300.
Like like like. Ace & Jig.
Laura Lombardi‘s latest jewelry collection uses vintage beads, brass chains and each piece is handmade to order.
(*via Cool Hunting)
Need Supply put together a post about Diane Keaton’s signature style with a collection of amazing photos — here’s a few of my favorites.
“Woody’s direction was the same. Loosen up the dialogue. Forget the marks. Move around like a real person. Don’t make too much of the words, and wear what you want to wear. Wear what you want to wear? That was a first. So I did what Woody said: I wore what I wanted to wear, or, rather, I stole what I wanted to wear from cool-looking women on the streets of New York. Annie’s khaki pants, vests, and tie came from them. I stole the hat from Aurore Clément, Dean Tavoularis’s future wife, who showed up on the set of The Godfather: Part II one day wearing a man’s slouchy bolero pulled down low over her forehead. Aurore’s hat put the finishing touch on the so-called Annie Hall look. Aurore had style, but so did all the street-chic women livening up SoHo in the mid-seventies. They were the real costume designers of Annie Hall.” — From her new autobiography, Then Again.
(*via Need Supply Blog)
They look amazing in person, better than these pictures suggest, which are pretty silly in their posey posieness. So put that aside, you don’t need to stand weird when you wear them.
Available online for 75 AUD (about $78) in many colors, along with swimsuits and other stretchy fun designs.
(Images via Fashionising; earrings actually from Spring 2013 collection, just had to throw ‘em up there)
A shoe designed by André Perugia in homage to Pablo Picasso, 1955.
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What will they hang from a necklace next? Skepticism aside, I’m all in with these (except for the steep price tag).
Israeli jewelry designer Hadas Shaham combines concrete and fine metals in this series of necklaces.
Available from Terrain, ranging from $158-$348 each.