Who would’ve thought a designer as FIERCE as Christian Siriano would design his latest Fall 2012 collection based on an idiosyncratic horror film from 1933, The Vampire Bat? He continues to prove to be a front runner in the up and coming fashion world with his perfect take on balancing between 1930′s vintage glamour and modern . . . → Read More: Christian Siriano Fall 2012
I like this song and it’s weird undertones. Perfect for this cold, windy day. (And the video of warmer climes and cooler than cool style, . . . → Read More: Friday Music – Golden Brown – The Stranglers
Here’s to the weekend! (I’m about one step away from saying TGIF if you know what I mean, and I think . . . → Read More: Friday Music – Help I’m Alive
Kind of the perfect song to go with rainy day dreariness, post-event bleariness, and work-week-ending weariness.
And sometimes having a good soundtrack makes everything much . . . → Read More: Friday Music – Metric – Blindness
Oh True Blood is back. And it sucked me right back into it’s improbable and salacious little world. The song at the ending credits is . . . → Read More: Friday Music – She’s Not There – True Blood Inspired Throwback
Been hearing this song as soon as the weather turned warm. Must be our . . . → Read More: Friday Music – 2011 Summer Jam – Pumped Up Kicks
Oh the holiday of bitter singles, hallmark cards and candies, and unempowering dependency. You do inspire some good music.
Who sung it better?
Either way, that picture of a young Bjork is pretty . . . → Read More: Pomp Phenomenon Soundtrack – Valentine’s Day Edition
“Sometimes the sun is too bright And it burns you like acidYou get to love driving at night The moon is so close you can kiss itI used to remember you smiling and wavingI don’t think I can anymore “Magnetic Fields, Crowd of Drifters
The roads are turning into firecrackers which light up under my skin and . . . → Read More: Crowd of Drifters
Oh publishing, you wayward little beast of an industry. You are falling apart, and the only ones holding you up are the big business places which have such a backwards way of doing everything, and such a myopic way of looking at the world.This is what I think, shh… don’t tell anyone, but I think . . . → Read More: Vibe on