A peek at my dear dear friend’s wedding I was at last week in the French countryside. It was like being at summer camp, it was so much fun I didn’t want to leave. More photos later when the beautiful bride has returned and feels like sharing.
photo by david
ps. The blog is finally back without interruption!
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Love these collages by Rosie Roberts for Paris,LA magazine.
Sometimes you need to check in a little more often and dig a little deeper, look at these little treasures I discovered from Stella and Lula’s sites..
Recently exploring the Stella McCartney site, I discovered Stella’s flicks, which includes inteviews, behind the scenes clips, and some short arty films made for the brand with some very beautiful imagery worth checking out here.
From flickr I found these images below on Lula’s scrapbook, a sort of blog for Lula magazine featuring images sent in from specially curated guests.
Also don’t miss this interview with Hope Sandoval. I missed her concert here in Paris while I was in LA. I heard the projections were amazing!
My very dear friend Lili, just launched her new site tigres to lilies. She has such an amazing eye for things I cannot even begin to describe. She did all the flowers for my wedding party as well as for the ecology center’s incredible green feast and she is working towards designing nature on a grander scale in the future doing landscape design. Check out her new site here and follow along on all her floral adventures and more.
Now that the party is over it’s time to focus on moving to Paris next month and finding a job and apartment there. Any suggestions? tips?
Carine, si vous lisez ceci, je vais être là bientôt! (Carine if you’re reading this I’ll be there soon!)
Some photos I’ve been gathering together of the party, taken by our incredible photographer friends Lili and James. It was such a beautiful night!
My month of preparations is over from making all these tiny paper cranes, driftwood birds, painted flags and tablecloths, silkscreened napkins, making my dress, designing invitations and custom wine labels (with a little borrowed background illustration from here that I loved too much not to use), and hanging lanterns, lights, ribbons and streamers..
More photos from James here and here.
I LOVE this trailer, can’t wait till the film comes out in November, hopefully it’ll be showing in Paris.
my only plans for today are recovering from last night with blueberry waffles, homemade spicy pizzas and i’m off to the dog beach with scout and her friend izzy. see you tomorrow!
some of you may remember parts of this image from last year’s which was a little more insane. cat face image from something else (which i LOVE), girl in the polka dot dress by Charles Anastase, white room from written afterwards, ribbons, flags, cake and watercolors by me.
After seeing Eco Trip I discovered another amazing show by Isabella Rossellini, there is never usually much tv in my life but these are only 2 minutes long and you can watch them online. They’re a little bizarre but this show has amazing sets and costumes, and is a pretty funny production.
Go see this film Food Inc! I just went to see this and was surprised by how much I didn’t even know about, especially when I consider myself to be fairly conscious of my food and environment. Even if you don’t live in the US, it’s still really important to see what’s happening to our food here, and to help prevent it from spreading to other parts of the world. Especially in France, it might help to prevent the ban on genetically modified seeds from being lifted.
Also while on this topic, check out Eco Trip, it’s entertaining and fascinating to see what goes into making things and their large scale impact.
candy from Papabubble nyc.