Archive for the ‘Anachronism’ Category


The Butcher’s Boy

October 14th, 2014

Meticulously detailed Victorian miniature butcher shops. Totally not creepy, right? via Collector’s Weekly.  

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The Maid of Orleans

November 19th, 2010

I’m not sure what these pictures were taken for, or who they were taken by. I found them while poking around in New York makeup artist Deborah Altizio‘s portfolio, and liked the combination of warm, smokey makeup and Joan of Arc styling. I especially like the use of a metallic sweater with an even knit, […]

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The Anachronism

April 27th, 2010

Unfortunately, I have not had the time to watch this in its entirety, so it is now your job to watch it for me and tell me how awesome it is.

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January 24th, 2010

The BookBook Hardback Leather Case for the MacBook and the MacBook Pro might be the coolest laptop cover of all time.  Each handmade, hardback leather case is available in Classic Black or Vibrant Red, and disguises and protects your laptop. Pretty spiffy, eh? Found via Trend.Land!

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January 12th, 2010

Metropolis by Karl Lagerfeld for Vogue Germany, Feb 2010 One of my favorite movies ever!

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December 28th, 2009

Earlier this month, I spent a week in Portland, OR, one of my favorite cities in the United States.  I did very little shopping, outside of spending a massive amount of time and money at Powell’s Books, but one place I did stop in was Flutter.  The first thing I noticed when I walked in […]

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Four-Point Fashion Assault 3 – A Spartan Resolution

December 22nd, 2009

Since we last met here, I’ve stayed true to the dark side, but there is one major change: my fashion spending has slowed to a near-halt. You see, I have decided that, having as much clothing as I do should preclude me from adding anything to my obese closets until next winter. That’s right, a […]

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Death Becomes Her

August 15th, 2009

Barney’s New York came under fire last month for this window display in which remarkably un-realistic mannequins wearing Helmut Lang and ALC were posed in postures suggestive of attack, and the windows were blood spattered. Normally callous New Yorkers apparently freaked right out, Barney’s backpedaled and claimed their creative director had been out when the […]

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