Sunday, 31 October 2010
Tuesday, 26 October 2010
Vintage beadwork headband, also by Lola Loves.
Sunday, 17 October 2010
Cosy Sunday by pinkmilkkate featuring a pink cami
A little indulgence goes a long way on a grey Sunday afternoon...
Trying out Polyvore.com, just like cutting pictures out of magazines and making collages on school books and folders when we were younger. Love it, but it's a shame we can't clip etsy items... Above is a cosy Modcloth cardi, with Splendid Cotton jogging leggings, fabulous Nicole Farhi shoe boots, House of Fraser blush silk cami, Kate Spade pearls, Jerome Dreyfuss bag and Lulu & Nat cahmere scarf.
Wednesday, 13 October 2010
Sunday, 10 October 2010
Blushbabies pink their cheeks with Mary Quant! A super find at a Batignolles flea market on a recent Sunday sortie: Mary Quant Blushbaby blusher, unused with brush and insert. Now that life is slowly returning to normal for the Paris half of pink milk, we will be doing a lot more of this sort of thing, and we can't wait.
A staple of the sixties London scene, Mary Quant is an iconic designer famous for the Swinging Sixties look of Chelsea girls-about-town, miniskirts, coloured tights and skinny rib knits. At the forefront of the boutique culture that took London by storm in the sixties, Quant's Kings Road shop became a favourite hipster hangout. In 1966, she was given an OBE by the Queen, for her services to British fashion.
Mary Quant cosmetics were launched in Great Britain the same year, and in Japan in 1971, where Nippon girls were going crazy for the London look. Quant made regular visits to the country thoughout the seventies and eighties, launching accessories and home lines as well, in the early eighties.
Quant designed the packaging herself, in iconic white, black and silver to highlight the product colours, all featuring the trademarked daisy logo.
Today, Mary Quant cosmetics are available for mailorder in Japan online, or from the London store.