I did leave my heart in NYC
(which doesn’t mean I dislike London or my fab new life here)
Now you can wear your favorite places and memories on your fingers.
The Paris based designer Philippe Tournaire designed an architecture collection of rings, where you can find famous buildings and places from various cities/countries around the globe.
I found this though my new blog project
“This is Jane Wayne“, which is mainly written in German, but my blog as well as one of the other girls are writing in English.
Check it out here or go to blogs directly here.
Entries Tagged as 'NYC'
Posted on: Thursday, November 11, 2010
Posted on: Thursday, September 30, 2010
shoes by Florsheim by Duckie Brown
How awesome are those men shoes?
They come in so many different cool color variations that you could match them
to almost any suit.
So if you are in the lucky situation to be able to go groom style shopping in NYC,you might be happy to hear that there will be
a Florsheim Pop-Up Store at 109 Mercer Street
for the upcoming 6 months.
Posted on: Thursday, September 23, 2010
image via Magpie & Rye
I just spotted this fantastic little thing at Magpie & Rye and thought it’s worth sharing.
No rock, but a really cool and simple design.
The New Yorker designer Caitlin Mociun studied at the Rhode Island School of Design.
Mociun brings the Bauhaus notion of combining art and craft to her design work in textiles, clothing and jewelry. Her prints themselves are Bauhaus-inspired, and she draws inspiration from the plant photography of Karl Blossfeldt, a prominent artist from the Bauhaus movement.
Mociun continues to explore and integrate the ever-emerging technologies and critical conceptions of sustainability, environmentally healthy production and the role of the individual consumer in society at large.
Now that rocks!
Posted on: Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Posted on: Tuesday, June 8, 2010
photo by Alison Mayfield
All my favorites in one picture.
I bet she is on her way to get an icecoffee and some mango.
Posted on: Wednesday, May 19, 2010
About this mix…
My name is Ari. I work as a DJ and split my time between New York City and Boston. I am often booked to DJ at weddings in which the couples are looking for a very eclectic and distinctive mix of music. Recently, I was thrilled when a couple asked me to come up with a mix of retro french pop songs for their cocktail hour (one of my many record fetishes). Here’s a mix of some of the sultry, sexy french records I played from the likes of Bridget Bardot, Serge Gainsbourg and France Gall.
If you’re curious to hear some other mixes, I have a couple websites:
Posted on: Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Liv loves this two stylish & nudist pieces.
Both via Epaulet my favorite little neighbourhood boutique back in my NYC days. (sigh!)
Their Epaulet ties and bowties are handmade in Manhattan. Each piece goes through seven individual steps before its completed. Their silks are woven and printed in Italy, and all of their cottons are produced in the United States.
Posted on: Monday, February 1, 2010
All photographs by Aya&Ned
This year started pretty wild.
But I just heard the news: February is the new January ; )
Even if January was running with a million miles an hour, I will now find time to focus on the new years goals.
Today Liv wants to share the intense work of the NYC based artist couple
Ned & Aya.
Aya Rosen recently contacted me through a fashion/art networking site.
She requested my dresses for a new photographing project, she wants to do together with her husband.
I liked their artworks and projects as well as their personal story.
They met online and lived in different parts of the world, before she decided to left her old life behind and turned her online relationship into a “real” offline one. It worked out, obviously.
Don’t you think its really interesting if couples are doing art together?
Liv loves it.
They have different websites: Louchelab.com seems to be their main site, which gives a great overview and links to all different projects as well as their blogs. The Aya&Ned site is for their photography and they have done an erotic site as well.
Posted on: Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Liv is happy to announce that from this week on
Blushless dresses will be available in NYC at the
fabulous Beyond7 boutique.
The picture above is theLULAone that recently has been published in the
Russian London magazine New Style Magazine.
Now I am out for a drink ; ) Have a great day all!
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