‘Lets getaway!’ A statement we all find ourselves clinging onto when a week is unfolding chaotically or in crisis. It’s in times like these where I find myself leaning on the visually healing properties of images of magical ‘escapes.’ Sleeping in a treehouse, disappearing into a hidden nook within your home, sleeping with the fishes or taking refugee in a lighthouse – let’s do it, let’s getaway!
It’s subjective. It’s controversial. But it’s always easy to converse about – What do you find beautiful? Click through to see what I think is beautiful. Photo by Pierre DeBusschere.
A teaser from my weekly blog as part of penguinandrhino.com. Take a peak at my list of 5 and tell me what you think.
Weekly, I have been invited to put together 5 things of interest as part of Penguin + Rhino’s brilliant new blog. Take a peek- week one is up. I’d love to know what you think.
Being a self-pronounced Pinterest junkie and lover of all things visual, I just discovered the stunningly beautiful, ever serene and emotionally charged work of Alicia Savage. Her photographic self-portrait work, is a must-see. Enjoy.
This image from theyallhateus.com (I site I really enjoy), captures what I need this evening. Good company, loud music, and lots and lots and LOTS of dancing. Back, don’t fail me now.
In support of Spring, I just purchased a pair of these Steve Madden slip on sneakers. The combination of faux snake skin and flat studs, create a brilliantly urban and chic shoe. For the day-to-day or even in the evening to catch-up with friends or to go dancing, go Eros or go home.
Today, I am attending Toronto Fashion Week and will be attending the NARCES show. This is the look I am aspiring too, for this evening. Long and lean. Simple and chic. Reflecting the fact that Spring is now officially here….regardless of the endless piles of ice and snow.
I believe in big, handmade blankets, artisan shawls, or oversized sweaters, over the housecoat. Be it when I first wake, or am decompressing at the end of the day, my go-to is very much like this String Theory shawl. Pure bliss.
This piece is by Brendon Burton. I see it as a play on how you want to see your day…either half empty, or half full.