My heart does a happy dance when I see fun quirkly editorials that remind me that fashion is fun. I have been under the weather the past few days, that I just wanted to stay under my covers for hours.I could barely look at my computer, needless to say I wasn't myself, but today was different, I felt a little better and to tell you the truth I missed updating my blog.


I started to think that maybe some of you were feeling a little down, the same way I am, so I thought the best thing to do was to share an editorial fromVanity Fair's Feb 2009 issue, it gave me a chuckle when I saw it the first time. Sometimes I am midly dissappointed when there aren't any props or amazing set designs, but this editorial makes props out of the clothes.


I forget that when the styling is amazing, you don't need airplanes cut in half or a celebrity to enhance them. All you really need - the clothes and a chameleon model to create the character.


I love the character they created with these clothes. She's a child like girl, who probably hums while she walks. She doesn't fear that what she's wearing will make others stare and gawk. In fact I think she probably lives in her own bubble.


Today I would like to be able to live in that bubble. Its hard being sick, especially when you have so many things running around your head that you want to do. It can stress a person out and make a frown out of the day. So I hope that this gave you a warm fuzzy feeling on this Sunday, if only for a second.


source: foto_decadent


Sara said...

I used to dress like this in high school...when I was "alternative". I see pictures of myself now and wonder why people liked me! Thanks for the post. :)

Anonymous said...

i love this!

Swell Vintage - Frankie said...

Bloody adorable x

Scarves said...

The dot pattern scarf can match any events both formal and casual.

Birdie! said...

Aw! This is such a great editorial!

Anonymous said...

thanks for the inspiration. I'm working on an art project right now, which focuses on a woman acting like a child and how she's trying to regain those childlike ideals by wearing children's clothing. Anyway its all a bit strange but this editorial is great just what I needed.

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kids designer clothing said...

This look has worked well for Tim Burton's imagining of Helena Bonham Carter now for over 10 years...

Karla of Dreamaginarius Arts said...

Super cute!!

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