So I am through with my exams. Booyeah.
There are so many things I want to do now that they are over so I am actually thinking of making a clone of myself. There are so many places to see, things to learn, clothes to wear….
The September Issue
The September Issue
Sex and The City
I realized that over a past few I have taken this blog to shallower place by ranting on about useless things that people don’t give a fuck about so now I am going to write some nice shit and make reading the posts a little productive (starting from next post)!
Posting outfit pictures had really been a priority but somehow I dont get the idea of flaunting what you wear and grinning stupidly at the camera though I love people who can actually carry it! No grudges but I feel awkward. I dont want to be those typical bloggers who waxes on about how Karl inspires them and write about how they dream about owning a Louboutin and put ‘Fashion changes, style remains’ *spaz* *spaz* on their column. Maybe I am just frustrated.
Elliot Smith OWNS music. I just want a world which is dominated by artists like Bon Iver, Laura Marling, Bombay Bicycle Club (sans the hipster-ness), Iron and Wine and of course, Elliot Smith. The Beatles or even Pink Floyd gave music so much free love and an actual definition! I would love to live in the sixties. 21st century is a bitch.
Ten Inch Hero
On another note, here are some things I am planning to do now that my exams are finally over and I can breathe and wash my hair for a change and get some sleep.
- Take an Adobe Photoshop Tutorial
- Enroll into french lessons
- Look for an INTERNSHIP!
- Buy the Mac Liner + Steve Maddens + The Fashion Book which I have been eying for a month
- Read Steve Jobs Biography + The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
- Watch Midnight in Paris
- Catch up with Gossip Girl and Pretty Little Liars
Yeah that’s that.
PS- Just saw Jeux d’enfants which was like the most amazing film ever! Guillaume Canet is officially my favorite actor.
*Snapshots from random movies
I know I should probably be ranting about the impeccable dresses at Cannes or how Sonam Kapoor wore that Jean Paul Gautier or even about how Gisele Bundchen wore McQueen at Met. But I am irrevocably in love with the 60s London. The dresses, the music, the Beatles, The Swinging Movement.
I was just watching A Single Man and An Education (again) and became nostalgic. I can’t actually because I have never lived in the 60s but I always think about how I would be if I did. How I would have seen The Graduate on theater and The Beatles live. How I would have seen the evolution of the mini skirt and Twiggy’s style.
a single man
Students in the ’60s were responsible for great changes, politically and socially.- Tom Ford
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