Monday, October 29, 2007
Thursday, October 18, 2007
Last week I went to Aunty Carla's tea party, quite the fancy affair. But the best bit was that I managed to smuggle some of the polariods taken at the party. I was most amused to read what Aunty Carla had to say about the Looker family. I thought I might as well share the snippets but for the record I think the Lookers' are a lovely family.
Friday, October 12, 2007
To make things somewhat clearer in my mind I decided to photograph some of my favorites things from my wardrobe. These made it to the coveted list. Yes, I love monochrome at the moment, I wish I was a black and white picture.
luggage strap often used as belt hugging broken computer, skinny white belt, rectangular egg shaped vintage clutch, skinny black belt, pointy flat pumps, patent strappy sandals, mother's kitchen timer.
wandremani- the cross dressing teddy, bow shirt, leopard tee, pencil skirt, argyle socks, lyla the teapot.
georgette poncho like top, grey beads, black pearls, white pearls, button- i shuffle hanging on for its life.
shower head, grey poloneck tee,grey/white victorian tee, timer/ button pendant, grey pencil skirt with ruffles at the back (back view).
round toed pumps on v.i.p. seat.
This october saw the launch of the Indian Vogue. It is exciting no doubt and quite reasonably priced too. But most of the better shoots and articles were contributed by international Vogue staff. Hope it's just part of the induction process and the next issue showcases more work by the Indian team.
on the cover from l to r- bipasha basu (actress), gemma ward (doll face), priyanka chopra(actress),monikangna dutta (model), preity zinta (actress) and lakshmi menon (model- i wish we saw more of her)
shot on the sets of indian movie "saawariya'
the enchanted garden, rajasthan. gorgeous pictures. i love sasha p.
objects of desire- feat. traditional indian jewelry
pictorial evidence of all things indian from Vogue's archives.
trend- skinny jeans, cigarette pants or what we call churidhar pants.
churi = bangles
churidhar = like bangles (the folds around the ankles are supposed to resemble bangles.)