An Infinite List of Favorite Collections - Paolo Sebastian S/S 2014-15 Haute Couture
So you know that tattoo thing where random people get one word of a whole story or something idk I saw it on tumblr a while back like it’s a guys arm with the word “here” well I think about that a lot. and I was bored the other night and I thought would put words in the middle of my photos on Instagram to spell out a sentence. so I put the words “I am trying to tell a story here” in bold white letters on different colors that I like and in a way I am trying to literally tell a story in the sense of my life like the things that inspire me and pictures of where I am but also because often in life people interrupt me while I’m talking and I know I have said “I am trying to tell a story here” as a sort of defense of what I’m saying like that what I’m saying is important to me and people should be listening. the interesting thing I found is that people from work literally interrupted me telling a story to ask “what’s with the random words you’ve been posting on Instagram?” and I’m thinking like how strange that an idea or project that you choose to mean something actually leads to the direct action you’re addressing. and before I finished posting the entire sentence people commented on the photos saying like oh I see what you’re doing and stuff which is a good kind of interruption. when someone interrupts to say wow I get it I understand what you’re doing with this. but nonetheless it’s a form of interruption because people noticed and said something before I was finished with the sentence I was saying and it’s just interesting to me that something that, to me, was about being interrupted and telling stories, people interrupted and now it’s a story. like isn’t that amazing? and I hope this dumb small thing made someone think about something else.
People who lecture me about the nutritional value of my food when I’m trying to eat pisses me off
all you girls out there had that stage where you played online dress up games dont even lie
what do you mean had
what do you mean girls
Florence and the Machine - Stay With Me (Sam Smith cover)
[live @ Orange Warsaw Festival 06.14.2014] xx
This is out of this world.
New York-based Japanese designer Nao Tamura has just presented a beautiful, new collection of dishes inspired by cherry leaves. Debuting at the last Salone Satellite, part of Milan’s furniture fair for up-and-comers, the silicone kitchenware is perfect for anyone who enjoys a bit of nature indoors. The dishes can be rolled up, used in the microwave or oven, and is dishwasher safe.