Tuesday, October 20, 2009

candyland


Philip Treacy shoes? Yes please. (image via style.com)


Katlin Aas by Seldon for Dazed and Confused (via Fashion Gone Rogue)


embroidery by Kate Jenkins (via Design Milk)


Virgina Woolf by Federico Erra - I follow Federico's photostream on flickr and this one was just too good not to share.

37 comments:

  1. YYYYEEESSSSS PLEASE those shoes are to die for literally. I must have...

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  2. those shoes are wonderful. But I especially love the second pic. so haunting.

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  3. Very inspirational photos, I like this post so much. That photo from Dazed is so moody and atmospheric. The Treacy shoes, I can't decide on. I appreciate them as a work of art but would I wear them? They're kind of like some gorgeous creation for the character of a Tim Burton movie.

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  4. Amazing shoes...

    That last picture is incredible.

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  5. ooh those shoes would be perfect with dark red Kaitlyn Aas lipstick! very halloween-y, i like.

    xx

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  6. oh! yes, yes, give me more sequins, lace .... the philip treacy lace pump is just to die for!!! great collections of photos.... xoox

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  7. I love these images. Those shoes are to die for!

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  8. ill take a pair of those shoes please
    merci :)

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  9. Ooh, I like the shoes... they remind me of _Sleepy Hollow_ for some reason.

    (I also like Virginia Woolf. To The Lighthouse is the shiznit! :P )

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  10. Oh my gosh, these are lovely. I especially love the sparkly fish!

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  11. Lovely photos !! And those heels are just so stunning with all that delicate lace :)

    And the last photo is really enchanting,strong eye makeup <3

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  12. Gorgeous eye candy.

    Love Grace.

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  13. Those shoes are ridicuuuuuulous...

    love it!!!!! how you doing?

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  14. Wow, those shoes are amazing! They are so pretty and I love the design.

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  15. the reinterpretation of v. woolf is stunning, even if in real photos she looks far more melancholic.

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  16. Gorgeous post, darling! Those shoes are amazing ~ I can totally see you rockin' them!

    xoxox,
    CC

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  17. WOW this shoe! So beautiful...

    X♡X♡

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  18. those shoes!!!!!!! i know i would fall flat on my face since im not good at slim heels but wow i would so want to wear these!

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  19. oh those shoes are incredible!!! i hate to think how quickly they'd be ripped/ruined if i wore them... but i still want to wear them. SO BADLY. ~joelle

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  20. gorgeous images and those shoes are art xx

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  21. RADICAL, especially the shoes!!

    and that last photo is MESERMIZING! HER EYES!

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  22. i keep on going back to the shoes.

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  23. That embroidery is incredible. To have such talent. Sigh.

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  24. Hi, I've just found your blog and I love it, as well as the pictures!!

    MAISON CHAPLIN: fashion shows, backtage, interviews with the best designers, photoshoots!

    Now following you, follow me 2! ;)

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  25. my goodness, that shoe is so awesome!
    fabulous!

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  26. i think everyone who sees them wants those Philip Treacy shoes! wow!!
    xox

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  27. what an amazing selection of photos, darling!
    xoxo

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  28. Have to mention that it is not Kaitlyn Aas on the second pic but her name is Kätlin Aas. She's Estonian and her name is written incorrectly everywhere :)

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