27 May 2011
Womankind has been saved by Barbie yet again! Where would women be without Barbie? We'd still be 50s housewives, no? The architect edition of the Barbie includes....
- a small model of a pink house, which reflects her design ability
- a short pink and purple skirt, rather than trousers on-site, which is always a good choice
- high heel boots, which may make walking around a site difficult, but then again, her feet are permanently molded into tip toes, so she has no choice on this one
- a pink cylindrical document carrier, just so she seems that much more professional
She will be a wonderful influence on girls everywhere. Yikes.
Suzan xPosted in: architecture
22 May 2011
Came across this poster on the street the other day. I don't know what the poster was for, and so on, maybe should have paid more attention. Anyway, we've all seen the Warhol treatment applied to almost everything, I know. But applied to The Colonel just works well. Sort of Pop Art on top of Pop Art.
15 May 2011
Was at a Japanese confectionery in Mayfair last weekend. Check out these beautiful little packages of jelly sugar.
1 May 2011
Dear dear MLE,
The weekend last, I happened upon some lovely young lads at the Sunday Up Market drinking cans of 1664 whilst selling their wares. I got the Paris shirt, which I love dearly. Evidently a quote from Cezanne. More from this beautiful quintessentially English label can be found here:
Speak in a couple hours,