Sunday, January 06, 2013
Before I call it a day, I would like to leave you with the stellar work of NYC-based photographer Emily Johnston Anderson. With spaces that are so warm and personal, how wonderful it seems to live in one of these houses.
The Hermès Men’s Universe Autumn/Winter 2012 Collection under the artistic direction of Véronique Nichanian. I love how Hermes remains one of the most powerful brands in the world without having to resort to flashy gimmickry. Their discreet yet confident stance on fashion and luxury places them in a niche that is getting harder and harder to fill.
I haven't posted any new music in awhile, but here are a few tracks that I've been obsessing over the last few months. They are all a bit sad and sallow -- so perfect for chilling out and relaxing. The first single by Graffiti6, which I first heard on the TV series Elementary, is amazing.
If you are a fan of AMC's The Walking Dead, the last part of Ed Sheeran's Give Me Love should sound familiar.
What?!? Listen and find out.
I hope you all are having a fantastic weekend!
Wednesday, January 02, 2013
The reviews have been mixed but I. DON'T. CARE. I cannot wait to see this movie! How cruel is it that the Philippines was made to wait (because of the Metro Manila Film Festival) while the rest of the world revelled in this modern masterpiece? Bah!
My sources are telling me that Anne Hathaway can start writing her Oscar speech because it is in the bag! Woohoo.
FANTASTIC FRANK is a real estate brokering firm unlike any other. Based in Stockholm, Sweden (these Swedes, I tell you), the company employs leading designers and photographers to give their inventory of homes and apartments a stylish yet honest make-over. The result, as seen in this one bedroom flat, is always nothing short of stunning.
Our philosophy is based on a simple axiom: we’re not interested in creating something that the majority of buyers are going to like. We’re interested in creating something that at least one person is going to positively LOVE... -- FANTASTIC FRANK
Credits: FANTASTIC FRANK
Tuesday, January 01, 2013
Friday, December 28, 2012
Wow. How f*cking insane is this house? Designer William Sofield masterfully renovates this 8,500 square foot (approximately 790 square meters), six-bedroom residence into a harmonious balance between modern and traditional styles.
I can totally see myself enjoying a bowl of cereal, wrapped in that throw which I can only imagine must be cashmere, while getting lost in the mountainside view.
Credits: ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST