Pictures from the exhibition catalogue to celebrate 20 years of Maison Martin Margiela. More on flickr.
Earlier: MMM in M on M
Worn alone or layered, Tiffany Keys are innately chic, keepers of a mysterious message for the keyholder to know and the curious to imagine.
The sentence above from the press release just sums it up. Who writes these things? I think I could very well fit in that writing team.
Tiffany Keys are available in Sterling Silver, Gold, Platinum and White Gold. Buy them right hurrrr.
Mmmmh, I would love to get some White Gold nick nacks. Or a couple of them in different materials. I need something mysterious & curious dangling around my neck.
Tiffany & Co. announces a new jewelry collection that holds the key to personal style and reveals the renowned jeweler”™s great legacy.
The new Tiffany Keys Collection is inspired by keys from the Tiffany & Co. Archives. The work of skilled goldsmiths and silversmiths, these exquisitely crafted vintage keys unlocked jewelry and keepsake boxes, albums, diaries and steamer trunks, as well as private clubs and country manors. (source)
And this is all Sabs fault. Thanks.
In a move to attract even more cute nerds, Mary wore the Lost numbers as a necklace to last nights Hotnütz party. My dress is by the wonderful PG, who was dearly missed.
Gartina took the stage super late but wasted no time to get naked. A semi NSFW picture is after the jump. For full sausage action, you have to check out flickr.
I kind of watched Walküre on the plane and took some screen caps. Ok, I didn’t watch it. However, I still fantasize about the movie being a great Hollywood b-movie, like Showgirls or something. I guess it isn’t and to keep the fantasy alive, I only took the pictures from the first 15 minutes. I could still watch it.
On last week’s vacation, I sent the palm tree picture below to my friend Sabs (aka die Hausfrau-Vagabundin) and she replied with the sea anemone shot.
Don’t you love nasty nature?
Wendy & Lisa gave a candid interview to out.com. They’re talking about their relationship, recording with Grace Jones, their time with Prince in The Revolution and recording an album with Trevor Horn in the 90ties which did not get released, partly because of his homophobic remarks.
I love how they describe Prince as a “fancy lesbian” and getting more upset phone calls from him everytime they share some purple memories.
The ladies new album White Flags of Winter Chimneys is available from Wendy & Lisa”™s web site.
Did you first think Prince was gay?
Lisa: He was little and kinda prissy and everything. But he”™s so not gay.
Wendy: He”™s a girl, for sure, but he”™s not gay. He looked at me like a gay woman would look at another woman.
Lisa: Totally. He”™s like a fancy lesbian.
Wendy: I remember being at that “œSexuality” video shoot and him on stage with that little black jacket and that tie thing around his neck and his black pants with white buttons on the side. And we looked at each other for the first time and I thought, “œOh, I could so fall in love with that girl easy.” It doesn”™t matter what sexuality, gender you are. You”™re in the room with him and he gives you that look and you”™re like, “œOkay, I”™m done. It”™s over.” He”™s Casanova. He”™s Valentino.
Wendy: We had an amazing month with [Jones] in our home writing “œWilliams”™ Blood,” becoming friends, and being bizarre divas. We had to pick her up when she woke up in the morning, and the morning to her was like 6 PM.
Lisa: She gets in the back seat of the car and of course we have to stop to buy bottles of champagne. She wanted to play the bass. She kind of couldn”™t, but she could groove like nobody”™s business on one note. She started to sing and I wish I could”™ve seen my own face. I was like —
Wendy and Lisa in near unison: Oh my God, it”™s Nightclubbing! [Jones”™s classic 1981 disco-punk album with the hit “œPull Up to the Bumper”]