quarta-feira, 31 de março de 2010


Johnny Weir


Charlize Theron

Charlize Theron Jimmy Choo clutch



Lady Gaga

Barbara Bui


Yacht Auction Is A Great Deal For One Lucky Bidder

Last month I mentioned that Dave Ritchie, co-founder of Vancouver-based Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers, was selling his 220-foot luxury megayacht, Apoise at a Ritchie Bros. auction in Grand Cayman on March 30. Whoever bought it seems to have gotten a great deal. The Apoise, the world's 89th largest yacht, sold for $46.6 million. That may sound like a lot but the yacht has an estimated worth of $87 million. Ritchie had originally paid around $90 million and then spent more on a refit in 2009. The Lurssen yacht was sold without reserve meaning that the highest bid gets it no matter what, a situation that worked out well for this buyer.

The yacht has room for 12 guests and 19 crew and cruises at 14 knots and there is an outdoor Jacuzzi on deck. Ritchie bought the yacht in 2006 when he retired as chairman of Ritchie Brothers. In a press release for the auction announcement Ritchie said that he enjoyed cruising the world on the yacht but thought it was time to sell. Despite the discount price Stephen Branch from Ritchie Bros. stated that "the owner is extremely happy with the outcome."

Veronique Leroy


Sandra Backlund

Lindsey Wixson.

Princess Diana's Family Selling Off Art



Barbara Bui

terça-feira, 30 de março de 2010

Madeline Weinrib

Lady Gaga Toasted Fans and 30 More Years of Music on Her Birthday

Blonde Mink Cropped Jacket by Chombert

Homesick at The New Yorker

Maeve Brennen was an Irish-born journalist and short story writer who began working as a fashion copywriter for Harper’s Bazaar in New York during the 1940s. She also wrote a Manhattan society column for a Dublin based magazine called Social and Personal and also contributed a few pieces to The New Yorker before being offered a staff position in 1949. The New Yorker began publishing her short stories in the 1950s and she worked there until the 1980s. Brennan was also admired for her beauty and style and was known for wearing all black outfits and liked large, kooky glasses. She is sometimes considered to be the inspiration for the character Holly Golightly from Breakfast at Tiffany’s as she worked alongside Truman Capote at Harper’s Bazaar. Brennan’s best known works are The Long-Winded Lady, pieces she wrote for The New Yorker observing life in the city which were compiled into a book of the same name, a volume of her short stories titled A Spring of Affection, and her novella The Visitor, which was written in the 1940s but not published until 2000. In 2004 Angela Bourke wrote a biography about Brennan called Home Sick at The New Yorker, the cover photo for which I love!! VisitAmazon.com

Luis Borges

Jimmy Choo

Bentley Suitcase Croco

Lily Donaldson

segunda-feira, 29 de março de 2010

The Hôtel


Martin Grant



Kenneth Jay Line.

Rick Owens


Tim Van Steenbergen

Kenneth Jay Line.