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Views of Now: November 2010

Monday, November 29, 2010

wild child

Photo 1, 4, 5 and 8:My Dad's ACDC shirt, billabong cutoff shorts, (were pants), Miss Shop boots, Mulberry for Target bag.
Photo 2, 3, 6 and 7: Levi denim jacket, Cotton on singlet, Tightrope shorts, Miss Shop boots. 
So this shoot included swinging from trees, jumping from ledges, and climbing poles. I got a couple of scratches, but hey, I'm a wild child, right?


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Saturday, November 20, 2010

This is way better than RE homework

So I've just been moping around, finishing up homework, watching America's Next Top Model, and reading books I've read a million times over, and then I realised: I have a blog. Hmm, maybe I should go and check it out and my oh my I haven't posted in years. Gee whiz.

So because of thanksgiving, everyone in my house has been running around like mad people, and we are pretty much the only people in the whole of Australia that celebrate that celebrate it.

So here's a random selection of photos that kinda of go together.

 I put on this really cool bratz tattoo and now I feel rebel.
 Reminds me of top model.

This is styled to perfection. 
Um, love.

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Saturday, November 6, 2010

Fruits- by photographer Shoichi Aoki

My sister and I used to fight constantly over who would get to keep this book, week after week. Another art gallery buy, the glossy pictures, short, sharp sentences and vibrant colour, it was the kind of book you were drawn to from about the ages of about 2-13. But this book is not aimed at any age in particular.

Fruits is a collection of photographs of Japanese street style, complete with small descriptions of every look at the bottom. According to the unique individuals photographed, their ensembles are representing a personal point of fashion, from "fluffy alien" to "harmony and unity". The western clothing that you see everyone except these people wearing has only been mainstream in Japan for about fifty years and considered very conservative. The strange outfits of these people are mostly handmade and most link back to their traditional culture- kimonos in bright colours. 

This book makes you laugh occasionally, think often and smile at every page. Definitely worth reading, even if you just want to see the boys with  funny hairstyles.


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