Little Odessa (Muse Magazine Winter 2011)
Photography by Guy Aroch
Fashion by Ondine Azoulay
Model Ashley Smith at Marilyn NY
Hair Dennis Lanni Make up Alice Lane
Fashion assistants Su Mustecaplioglu Ray Tetauira Lucia Biagiotti
Photographic assistants Matt Ellis Johnny Buenaventura
Via: TOBACCO&LEATHER: // Little Odessa //.
I’m not really sure how much I like Panda eyes but I found this great DIY from Style Bubble‘s Susanna Lau for Because Magazine and I really like the final results.I guess it’s all abut using the right colors.The make up artist behind the look is Kay Montano. To see the full video Click here . Are you willing to try it?
via Style Bubble: Because I Heart Kay: Panda Eyes.
Hope everyone is having a great weekend!
I have been nominated for the Liebster Blog Award! Thanks A certain shade of black! The Liebster Blog Award is given to spread connectivity and bring more traffic to your favorite blogs that have less than 200 followers.
Liebster is German and means sweetest, kindest, nicest, ….. The idea behind the award is
Here’s how it works:
1. Show your thanks to the blogger who gave you the award and link back to her/him
2. Reveal your top 5 picks for the award and let them know by leaving a comment on their blog.
3. Post the award on your blog.
4. Have faith that your followers will spread the love too!
5. And, best of all enjoy the good karma…
So here are my nominated blogs:
A certain shade of black
Universe and you
Gold Plated Dreams
Vasare’s Visual Wonderland
Now go ahead and check out the blogs of all this lovely ladies!
Here is a recipe from one of the girls of When Decades Collide, one of my favorite vintage stores on ebay! I love black beans too and I can’t wait to try this salad.
2 cans black beans, rinsed
2 cans corn, rinsed
1 bunch cilantro, chopped
4-5 jalapeno chile peppers, seeded and chopped
2 red bell peppers, seeded and chopped
3-4 tablespoons Italian dressing
salt and pepper
Mix all ingredients in a bowl and refrigerate for 1-2 hours.
More at :When Decades Collide: Spicy Black Bean Salad.
Here’s a DIY for a fringe necklace from the lovely Mrs. Ellen from Universe and you.
What you need:
- Elastic Cord
- Piece of leather
- Cutting Mat
- Leather Glue
- Ruler ( this one is specially to use with a cutter )
Step 1 : Cut the elastic about 90 cm ( about 35,5 inch). Make the hangman’s noose knot on both sides. I choose this knot because you can adjust the size, making it longer or shorter.
Step 2 : Mark the leather. Start with one fringe, the biggest one 20cm x 0,5 cm (7,9 x 0,2 inch) and then mark 2 fringes with 1cm (4 inch) smaller. And keep marking two fringes each time 1cm (4 inch) smaller than the last one. Mark the total of 22 fringes + the big fringe for the necklace (you can make less fringes if you want). After that mark 2 fringes of 19 cm (7,5 inch) for the end of the necklace.
Step 3 : After you mark put the leather piece above the cutting mat and then cut fringe by fringe.
¡Olé…Rita! Ecliptica S/S’12 Lookbook
Photography/Styling: Javier Scalley
Makeup: German O. Mirabal
Hair: Lio Maldonado
Accessories: Alberto Torres
Models: Alejandra Ramos & Paola Rodriguez from Element Models
A dress for every girl and different occasion. This is Free People’s limited collection of party dresses for this season. 6 dresses by 6 in-house designers.The pictures are amazing, very dark and romantic and the dresses are to die for! Which one is your fav?
Photos via: For Every Occasion – Honestly WTF.