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fxckablemalik:

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I have a pair of vintage sunnies that look exactly like these Miu Mius :)

fxckablemalik:

Celebrities and more.x

I have a pair of vintage sunnies that look exactly like these Miu Mius :)

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Miffy!
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In honor of National Ice Cream Day, the Brooklyn Flea invited 10 ice cream vendors to the Fort Greene and Williamsburg flea locations. I carefully checked out all the flavors, and then decided on these two: Buttermilk Honey Blueberry and Caramelized Peach Rosemary sorbet from Odd Fellows and Fort Grace, respectively. There were so many unusual flavors, but I tried to choose places I would not normally go. For example, the new (and highly talked about!) place, Morgensterns had a cart, but I’ve been wanting to go to their les shop anyway. Plus they are known for having tons of flavors, while a cart can only hold a few. The one vendor who consistently had a long line while I was at the flea was Steve’s ice cream. That definitely piqued my interest, but I wasn’t willing to wait in line. And I just read online that their ice cream is sold in many grocery stores! I would love to try the Blackberry Honey! My only regret of the day was not getting a scoop of Cornbread ice cream to go with my Buttermilk Blueberry!

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Apparently my phone likes to delete posts I attempt, so here it goes again. I made it uptown yesterday for this year’s costume exhibit at the Met, Charles James: Beyond Fashion. James is a self taught, British born designer who is widely known as the first American couturier. Thus, the majority of the pieces are evening gowns, with a few coats sprinkled in. As many have pointed out, this is exhibit is more ‘high tech’ than others. There are cameras that zoom around, showing detailing like seams, closures, collars, etc. each gown in one room (as the exhibit is split in two) has it’s own screen displaying the usual details, but also showing a model of the dress, how it was constructed. There is an accompanying projector that projects a small light on the section of the dress, which corresponds to the screen. With the aid of the cameras, you can see the great quality in these pieces. Most are from the 1930s and 40s but have been preserved beautifully. 

As I mentioned, the exhibit is split—which I found incongruous. The exhibition halls are on opposite sides of the museum, and there isn’t a ton on signage directing you from one part to the other. Additionally, both rooms are kept incredibly dark, making it very difficult to view the gowns. However, you are allowed to take photos this year, which has not been allowed in the past. The exhibit definitely does not have the same wow factor as last years punk exhibit did, but definitely still worth a visit.

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Celebrating National Ice Cream Day this year at @bkflea’s Creme de la Creme! I had the Buttermilk Honey Blueberry from @oddfellowsnyc and the Caramelized Peach Rosemary Sorbet from @fortgracescoop.  (at Brooklyn Flea At Fort Greene)

Celebrating National Ice Cream Day this year at @bkflea’s Creme de la Creme! I had the Buttermilk Honey Blueberry from @oddfellowsnyc and the Caramelized Peach Rosemary Sorbet from @fortgracescoop. (at Brooklyn Flea At Fort Greene)

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Sculpture court sketches.  (at The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Sculpture court sketches. (at The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

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theglitterguide:

Such a beautiful setup! Makes our rug design pop! Thanks @luluandgeorgia @bustleevents @frances_lane @nataliebdesigns #ggturns3 #elodierug #staytuned

That table setting! one day….

theglitterguide:

Such a beautiful setup! Makes our rug design pop! Thanks @luluandgeorgia @bustleevents @frances_lane @nataliebdesigns #ggturns3 #elodierug #staytuned

That table setting! one day….

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New nails: Essie in Cascade Cool

New nails: Essie in Cascade Cool

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womensweardaily:

They Are Wearing: Paris Couture Week
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