LOVE blue!

LOVE blue!

Shirts blouse
$805 – 25park.com

Diane von Fürstenberg blue top
£171 – matchesfashion.com

Frieda belted jacket
$232 – reissonline.com

Blazer
$368 – aliceandolivia.com

Matthew Williamson quilted skirt
£1,848 – net-a-porter.com

Balmain metallic pants
€3.516 – shopmrsh.com

Dorothy Perkins tan knee high boots
$75 – dorothyperkins.com

Knee high slouch boots
$45 – urbanog.com

J Crew j crew handbag
$328 – jcrew.com

Valentino bag
bagborroworsteal.com

Cathy Waterman 24k jewelry
$8,480 – ylang23.com

Lanvin crystal jewelry
$1,189 – barneys.com

Tiffany Co lacquer jewelry
$2,700 – tiffany.com

Larkspur Hawk face jewelry
$1,200 – barneys.com

Vikram Roy's Blog

Gautama Buddha ( c. 563– c. 460 bc):

The name of the founder of Buddhism, Siddartha Gautama. Born an Indian prince, he renounced wealth and family to become an ascetic, and after achieving enlightenment while meditating, taught all who came to learn from him.

Ashoka (c. 269–232 bc):

“Emperor of India. He converted to Buddhism and established it as the state religion.”

Jesus Christ:

“The central figure of the Christian religion. Jesus conducted a mission of preaching and healing (with reported miracles) in Palestine in about ad 28–30, which is described in the Gospels. His followers considered him to be the Christ or Messiah and the Son of God, and belief in his resurrection from the dead is the central tenet of Christianity.”

Dante (1265–1321):

Italian poet; full name Dante Alighieri. He wrote The Divine Comedy ( c. 1309–20), an epic poem that describes his spiritual journey through…

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summer ruffles

summer ruffles

Marc Jacobs sheer top
£396 – theoutnet.com

Lace top
$805 – 25park.com

Hervé Léger wrap top
$260 – theoutnet.com

Dorothy Perkins polka dot t shirt
$12 – dorothyperkins.com

Lounge Lover modal pants
£24 – theoutnet.com

Pink skirt
$30 – amazon.com

Paul & Joe flat shoes
$175 – boutique1.com

PeepToe peep toe bootie
$188 – frockaholics.com

Miz Mooz brogue shoes
$50 – infinityshoes.com

Yves saint laurent handbag
$550 – ysl.com

Slouchy handbag
$341 – orlakiely.com

Kimberly McDonald diamond jewelry
£2,350 – brownsfashion.com

Chain jewelry
£1,800 – brownsfashion.com

Pamela Love 14k ring
£1,150 – brownsfashion.com

Chicquero

Splash 2012 Calendar
It’s the end of january. And as we’re all aware, 2012 is supposedly the end of the world too. Now while everyone has their own theories on how the world will end, talented photographer Tejal Patni turns things around optimistically as he believes every end leads to a new beginning. He takes this concept of new beginnings to conceptualize a calendar for fashion brand Splash. Heavily influenced by B-movie sci-fi clichés, the calendar asks: are we destined to revisit our same life choices, or will we truly create a new beginning?

 

Everyone here has the sense that right now is one of those moments when we are influencing the future.
Steve Jobs

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purse choice only

purse choice only

Ann Demeulemeester long sleeve shirt
€410 – shopmrsh.com

Etro floral pants
€535 – luisaviaroma.com

Miu miu shoes
$650 – miumiu.com

Leather handbag
$238 – lodis.com

Umane stud earrings
£7,490 – kabiri.co.uk

Charm jewelry
$3,750 – tiffany.com

Jayce Wong pearl ring
£800 – kabiri.co.uk

scott hamilton art

Helen is the author of the blog Schietree,  the name being a reference to part of the storyline in her first novel Kilea; a Schie (phonetic for the Gaelic Sith) is a spirit or ghost, whether human or non-human.  ” A schietree, therefore, is a spirit or fairy tree; these trees grew in Scotland and Ireland. Some were places to seek help/pacify the spirits over issues of fertility, or infant mortality and are still, apparently, to be found today with coins embedded in the bark, or rags tied around the branches. They may have been considered gateways to the fairyland/underworld. Others were simply large, impressive trees, often hawthorns (one of my favourites for their heady-scented white flowers in spring), growing in an open clearing, or another significant place, that found their way into local legend in their own distinct ways.” (from Helen’s about page).

Cool! Sounds like an…

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