Monday, November 30, 2009


I was snooping around some forums and saw that a lot of the older folks in the fashion industry aren't too welcome to 13 year old Tavi Gevinson. I dont really understand why. Maby it's a old hag thing. Tavi is bringing something that is not new, but is vital and absent today in "the fashion world"; individuality.

I grabbed these photos from her blog Style Rookie. They were taken by Autumn DeWilde at the Rodarte studio in New York.


Due to someone stealing my laptop, posts will be coming a bit slower for the next ~2 weeks. So no, im not being a slacker lol. But anywho, im looking for photographers and designers/line owners for a future project in the Atlanta area. E-mail me at if intrested. Please, serious inquiries only.

Thank you to all the readers, traffic has been increasing A LOT lately.

Questions? Comments? Feel free to leave some. Don't be shy :)


Monday, November 23, 2009

Archive: Kate Moss on the cover of I-D Magazine issue #149/1996


Video: Esthero: Superheroes Live @ Calgary Folk Fest 2009

Esthero has one of the most soulful and peaceful voices i have ever heard. I don't think i will ever get tired of hearing this song. It calms my nerves and puts me to sleep like a baby! I would love to see her and Common do a track together. Both of their music brings forth very interesting, yet sensual emotions; a distinct quality of good music. The way an Artist makes another person feel as a result is VITAL. Makes you question yourself about what you've been listening to huh ....?

Vogue Korea December 2009: Corpse Bride by Zo Sun Hi

Models: Kim Min Hee & Lee Hyuk Soo
images courtesy of Skalty @ TFS

Friday, November 20, 2009

Abbey Lee Kershaw in I-D Mag Winter 2009

Photography: Paul Wetherall
Styling: Erika Kurihara

courtesy of Northern Star @ TFS

New Music: Blackroc Ft. Mos Def "On The Vista"

Listen/Download here


Thursday, November 19, 2009

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Dazed & Confused December 2009 cover

Model: Abbey Lee Kershaw
Photographer: Daniel Jackson


Monday, November 16, 2009

Vogue Germany December 2009 Chanel Iman "Minni im Wunderland"

Photographer: Mark Seliger
Image courtesy of youarebeautiful @ TFS

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Elle Italy October 2009: Gladiatrice

Photographer: Cedric Bruchet
Model: Caroline Windberg


Monday, November 9, 2009

Introducing: Siditty Misses

Over the weekend i had the pleasure to get aquainted with Atlanta's Candace Talbert Finley and her new clothing line, Siditty Misses. I love, love, love the clothing and what it stands for. Siditty Misses is a good blend of modern trendy meets 1950s pin up which i definatly see coming back in the future. Luella did it for it's SS2010 collection and recieved a lot of good views. Im so ready for the bows, the big hair, curve hugging clothing and mini winehouses running around.

Who are the names behind Siditty Misses?
I am the Owner and Designer of the line, my name is Candace Talbert Finley, A very good friend of mine handles the sewing her name is Choua Thao.

Describe your line in 3 words.
over the top.

When did you come up with the idea for the line and what do you want it to stand for.
I've been thinking about doing this for nearly 2 years, its morphed a little bit while i've been mulling it over. I've grown in that time and that why it has both girly things and street wear because I wanted it to encompass two of my favorite aspects of fashion. I want my line to stand for fun, tea parties and be utterly sickening! I want my line to inspire glares of jealousy when its on the backs of girls who are ballsy enough to rock Siditty Misses.

The bows to me look like they will be your signature piece, how did you come about with the idea of these oversized bows?
The bows are the first collection I am doing, yes it will be a signature piece, however, as time goes you all will see less bows (I doubt they will ever leave the line entirely). The bows are just fun, and a tad ridiculous... something like me. I was sketching while thinking of pin-up girls and cartoons and it came to me.

What is the price range of your clothing?
Currently Siditty Misses is ranged from $20-$45

Im excited to see what future pieces you have up your sleeve, can you give us an idea on what to expect in the near future for Saditty Misses?
The future of Siditty Misses might look like a pin-up girl is going on a safari on Mars, or perhaps a chick for the suburbs is going to a party in the hood! Ha! Collections for us will be kinda haphazard just stay tuned, I will say this... expect more dresses.

Who are some of your favorite designers and why?
I love Gwen Stefani's L.A.M.B, Betsey Johnson, and Marc Jacobs to name a few, they are fun... never too stuffy, thats what I enjoy. Don't get me wrong designers like Tory Burch, Chloe, Versace, Dolce and lines like that but I love fun stuff more.

How do you feel about the design scene in Atlanta, and what do you want to bring to it?
The design scene in Atlanta is cool, I don't really know many designers personally but I enjoy a lot of their work. I feel like Atlanta doesn't get enough credit, being from California I assumed that the south would be "late",I've learned Atlanta is pretty much an unsung hero to Southern Style. I hope to bring fun, sass, lace and a little Sidittyness!

Anything else you would like the readers to know?
The site Launches NOVEMBER 11TH! SIDITTYMISSES.COM Follow us on Twitter @Sidittymisses Siditty Misses.... It ain't for everybody. Kissy- BYE

Christian Louboutin

Sunday, November 8, 2009

New Album: Res 'Black Girls Rock'

I was so happy when i found out that Res released a new album via her twitter (@the1res). It was actually released back in October but better late than never. What i love about her music is that it really withdraws emotion which is what i believe art is supposed to do. She wrote this new album entirely herself with the assistance of a few others. It's a good album but isn't as great as her first. If you haven't listened to her first album, 'How I Do', please do so because it is a certified classic. I been listening to that album since 2001 and im still not tired of it.

You can download "Black Girls Rock" here

SS10 RTW: John Galliano


Black Magazine issue #11 cover 1/4

This is only one cover out of the four and a preview of the photos that may appear in the spread with models, Constance Jablonski, Hannah Holman, Siri Tollerød and Heidi Mount.

Photographer: Michael Schwart