I knew I was going to have a sweater named after me (and designed-inspired by me!) in Club Monaco this season, but I didn’t know I’d be getting a little signage too! Love it so much I nabbed the Doanie in 2 colors this morning! Short in the front, long in the back so it covers the bootie, and a deep v-neck — what more could I want!
PS. Just found it on shopbop.com.
I was browsing H & M’s website for bathing suits (gearing up for the summer!!) and noticed that all the models had the same exact body. What is the point of showing the same bathing suit.. on the same body… with a different supermodel head photoshopped on it?? Seems like a lot of work for no point. I don’t get it.
Look at the top 2 photos — same body, different heads, and then they went through the trouble of changing the jewelry. All this for a $4.98 bikini! And it’s not like Cintia Dicker doesn’t have a perfectly good Sports Illustrated supermodel bikini body of her own to use (see example below). Oh, maybe these supermodels have superagents who are really good at securing international fashion campaigns that only require them to have 1 photo taken of their heads each….
Sometimes, after you have been browsing their site, Saks.com sends a spooky email showing products they think you’ll be enticed to buy based on your clicks. I don’t know if their algorithm is off or I just don’t know myself well enough– but these items do not a sexy young Manhattan lady makes! What’s with the giant backwards dowdy sweater?? Btw, that Marc Jacobs piece is on sale for $840 from $1,400 and the 1 review it got (yes, remember they have reviews now) is 2 stars and says, “The sweater looked better in the photo than on my body.” I need to find this reviewer and give her a hug, poor thing!
I love photojojo and I love quirky home decor like this Inflate-a-frame, $10. For temporary, permanant or silly use, this frame holds an 8″ X 10″ photo and has 2 tabs on the back that can be hung vertically or horizontally. Might also go well with that inflatable headboard idea I’ve been meaning to explore..
Love these wewood watches ($119 each) – and for every watch you buy they plant a tree!
Rux Design makes these awesome gifts based on the silhouette of famous people (all the dudes on your dollar bills) and not famous people (you!) Check out this porcelain bust that incorporates the profile of 7 historical dudes: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Alexander Hamilton, Andrew Jackson, Ulysses S. Grant, and Benjamin Franklin. At $1,100, the Polybust #1 is a bit pricey but a great gift for someone who has everything and loves great design. And loves that it’s limited to only 100 pieces ever made.
Rux also makes these custom resin bangles, $350 and gold rings, starting at $1700 based on a photograph of a loved one (or YOU) that you submit to them. I think the rings make great wedding bands for men (and quite the romantic gesture, don’t you?) I can imagine the effect is better with people who have pronounced features..
Oh! Just when I thought sexy-outfits-printed-on-big-t-shirts were TOTALLY TACKY.. I come across this Bordelle Angela print limited-edition dress for $520. But I think this one below was about $30 in a gift shop in Vegas. (via.)
You can pre-order Roger Sterling’s autobiography at Amazon for $10.17. That’s right — a real published book written by a fake character on Mad Men!
June 29th, 1965
After devoting most of my life to the
nefarious trade known as advertising,
I thought it was time to share some of
the pearls that I’ve been fortunate enough
to accumulate. Now keep in mind that
oysters don’t open easy and every one of
those gaudy baubles started off as a grain
As you may find out, I’m not a writer.
On some level, that’s a point of pride
because it steered me away from the cliché
of autobiography. I had no desire to waste
your and my time trying to turn a list of
events into a campaign of triumph.
So here it is . . . a few things overheard,
a few things to live by, and hell,
a few things I’ve apparently said and had
repeated to me the morning after a party
when I called to make amends. As I said,
advertising’s been half my life and I’m
probably off by 50 percent. But dammit,
if it hasn’t felt like fifteen minutes. Continue reading →