Is online now,with his new collection !!!!
Monday, 30 November 2009
Step 1: The bagel creation begins. Added bonus of huge bagel is that the hole in the middle creates a little baby bagel
Step 2: Bacon weave - it's very popular right now, but I assure you I was looking into this MONTHS ago.
Step 3: The huge bagel fits perfectly in my big pot. Very auspicious beginning (also, I planned it that way).
Step 4: The finished product after boiling and baking. It's a sesonoppy bagel. You've never heard of that? Oh. It's sesame, onion flakes, and poppy. Some breakfast eaters were "disappointed" there was no salt included.
Step 5: The bagel is cut in half. Look at the precious baby bagel in the background.
Step 6: I made the huge egg and slid it onto the bagel. Little did I know it was the top of the bagel, causing the first and only chaos of the event. We flipped it over, and calmness was restored.
Step 7: The finished product, open face
Step 8: The finished product, completely assembled.
Giant Bagel, Bacon, and Egg by Kate Waldman for £12.00
This girl is a Genius, i wish i could meet her in London ,we could be BF,i love bagels.First thing i will do there is run fast to brick lane with Kasia!!!! and eat like 10,hahahaha.I love this website and i really wanna do something for them !!!http://www.pimpthatsnack.co.uk/
Sunday, 29 November 2009
Saturday, 28 November 2009
Friday, 27 November 2009
I really love to buy flowers and small plants for my friends,i was very sad to know that my favorite shop was close in Antwerp....
He made a room that represents his living room back in Germany,i think is really nice idea and i wonder how he got the permission to do something like that here.... People are so religious and conservative...I want to go there but im afraid the stairs will kill me before i reach the couch, Bogota is already 2600 meters above the sea and this place is on the most pulleted areo of the city....Maybe i will do lots of times my inhalres and will be ok.
Tuesday, 24 November 2009
Monday, 23 November 2009
I love this movie so much,Michel gondry always makes me feel so happy and i wish life wasas beautiful as he shows it,Gael is also very hot ,i just dont like his "wife" she use to be in some very boring Argentinian soap operas that i watched when i was like 12.... They traumatize me ,they were BAD !
Sunday, 22 November 2009
Saturday, 21 November 2009
Yesterday i went to the mall wit h one of my cousins and they already light the x-mas decorations,i wonder who was so gay to think about white unicorns with rainbow changing lights in the horn....I think is cool and somehow differents from all the red-green stuff.
Wednesday, 18 November 2009
Tuesday, 17 November 2009
Just out of the doctor ,,,, I am getting blood again and i wish i could have an IV with ice cream instead! I guess i should visit the book store and update my ipod i got many hours ahead in a boring white room..... I dont know why but i never liked creamy cakes or ice cream and im so obsessed with frozen yogurt these days!!!
Monday, 16 November 2009
Taro Horiuchi just presented at Japan Fashion Week with a collection of pared-back and refined tailoring. After studying English in the UK and a major at Kingston College in photography, Taro Horiuchi moved to Antwerp to study Fashion, where he graduated at the top of his class in 2007, with his collection "Ancient Plastic". Horiuchi was awarded with the Diesel prize in Trieste’s ITS#Six and is now designing under his own name with his S/S 10 collection presented during Japan Fashion week. Inspired by faith, time and nature, Horiuchi has laboured on his tailoring techniques to create deceptively simple clothes that unfolds in layers. See the video of his works by Daniel Sannwald + Studio Wow Tokyo.
Thursday, 12 November 2009
Wednesday, 11 November 2009
RAF SIMONS TEAM pt1 from rafsimons.com on Vimeo.
FITTING SS10 PART 1 from rafsimons.com on Vimeo.
FITTING SS10 PART 2 from rafsimons.com on Vimeo.
Amazing site and amazing work from Pierre who is the online art director from Raf Simons new website.
Tuesday, 10 November 2009
Monday, 9 November 2009
Every year, on November 1st (All Saints Day) and 2nd (All Souls Day), something unique takes place in many areas of Mexico: Day of the Dead festivities.Current practice calls for the deceased children (little angels) to be remembered on the previous day (November 1st, All Saints Day) with toys and colorful balloons adorning their graves. And the next day, All Souls Day, adults who have died are honored with displays of the departed's favorite food and drinks, as well as ornamental and personal belongings. Flowers, particularly the zempasúchil (an Indian word for a special type of marigold) and candles, which are placed on the graves, are supposed to guide the spirits home to their loved ones.
anything that includes skulls,graveyards and candy is good to me!