Monday, April 30, 2012

Miroco Machiko

via A Long Time Alone tumblr

via Grrlandog

via Berndwuersching tumblr

via Berndwuersching

via Berndwuersching

via Berndwuersching

Incredibly charming art and illustrations by Miroco Machiko--discovered via Vivre!

Friday, April 27, 2012

Girl in the Green Sweater

Barbara Perrine Chu
Girl in the Green Sweater
Italian fashion designer Daniela Gregis via Snow on Red Earth

via Parterre--a shop in Copenhagen

love the dress but not sure about the hat!

Designer, Daniela Gregis
Italian designer Daniela Gregis creates interesting clothing from beautiful fabrics in her studio in Bergamo near Milan--
Barbara Perrine Chu
Blue Dog

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Kees van Dongen

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Poiret next to a Kees van Dongen painting via Little Augury
the painting in the Paris bedroom of Paul and Denise Poirot via Little Augury

via A Long Time Alone
via tumblr
via Cave to Canvas tumblr

via Lynne Hoppe tumblr

via Jealous of Roses tumblr

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

For the Love of Pink--Lilly Pulitzer

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Lilly Pulitzer via Live Love Laughter
Vintage Lilly via Pinterest
via Live Love Laughter

vintage Lilly via Pinterest
via Pinterest

Changing room on Lilly Pulitzer store
Bathroom in a Lilly Pulitzer store
Lilly Pulitzer fabrics
Lilly Pulitzer for Lee Jofa

via Unabashedlyprep

Love them or hate them, Lilly Pulitzer's iconic eye-popping prints and preppy styles--

 Lilly Pulitzer, however, is a free-spirited, American original. She created her first dresses in 1960. Necessity is the mother of invention. Lilly needed something cool and colorful to wear that would also hide the stains from her Palm Beach orange juice stand. Her crisp white shirts just didn't do. So she and her dressmaker designed the original cotton print shift dress. Her Palm Beach customers wanted to buy the dresses--and the rest, as they say, is history. To learn more--visit "Palm Beach Story: Lilly Pulitzer is Bizarrely Fascinating" at Jezebel, "Lilly Pulitzer History" at Seabastian Hubpages and "Lilly Land" W Magazine