Welcome back to my weekly web round-up where I show you mine and you show me yours- but only if you want to, of course. Cool? Cool! Let's begin:
Are any of you watching Mr. Selfridge, the new iTV period drama about that crazy American, Mr. Selfridge, who came to London and told everyone what's-what whilst opening the very best department store in the history of mankind? Well, I sure am! Even despite the fact that Jeremy Piven has an overabundance of pazazz and the bravado of his performance seems to suggest that he thinks he's performing onstage rather than on television, I'm still going to tune in Sunday for episode two. Mr. Selfridge's blind enthusiasm reminds me so much of how my own grandiose plans were met with many a dull stare and curt shake of the head when I first moved here, so obviously I can't wait to see how the story plays out. Plus, the styling is excellent. Who knew 1908 was so chic?
Did you know that Dita Von Teese has a taxidermy Ostrich in her house? Honestly, I'm obsessed. She is such a lady, she makes me want to buy hot rollers and substitute saying "nail polish" with "nail varnish." Le sigh... Her entire interview with Into the Gloss is totally worth a read if you're at all interested in fabulosity (which, of course, you are), and the pictures of her home are lovely.
I love this portrait of Anthony Bourdain by David Choe. It has great energy and poise, and I keep enlarging Bourdain's twitter picture to look at it again. It makes me wonder, if you could have anyone paint your portrait, who would it be?
My friend Brent sent me this funny tumblr of Lady Edith with Googly Eyes. Oh, Edith! Bless.
Kathleen recently shared an update about her six months in the same jeans challenge and it has made me even more keen to get my hands on (and legs into) a pair of raw denim all my own. David loves his Nudie Jeans, but I'd love to know if anyone else has any brands they recommend. Have you ever worn raw denim? How did you like it?
And lastly: I maybe vomited this morning in the middle (well, the end, because I stopped immediately after it happened) of a
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