i have one thing to say

And it's this:

Jeffrey Campbell Tripolis, via bleachblack. Image via fieldbinder.

...and morocco mole

Loving geometric prints lately. Australian label Secret Squirrel's winter line seems to have a really apt handle on them, as well as comfy and luxurious-looking basics. The textiles, hand-painted by commissioned artist Ainslie Fletcher, are inspired by Paul Klee, Anni Albers, and Native American crafts and quilts. So cool. Relaxed, effortless, and still somehow polished and clean. Everything I want in a design.
(via the cool hunter.)

doing donuts

My happiest secondhand find to date, from Beacon's Closet in Brooklyn.

(Dress, Complex Geometries.)

because it's still winter

And I can't wear flats without getting frostbite on my ankles... And cardigans as outerwear are out. This serves as healthy reminder to myself that heavy winter garb can still be beautiful.

I love dyed fur lately. It might have a lot to do with this coat.... Sigh.
Went to the most amazing thrift store on Tuesday. More on that later.
(All photos via The Sartorialist & Stockholm Streetstyle.)

street art roundup

Thank you Banksy, for revolutionizing graffiti. The array of media that street artists utilize now is sick. For instance, the rainbow gator is actually a yarn bomb/stencil hybrid. The piece that looks like it's made of light is a stencil held up for a long-exposure photo against the backdrop of a glaring street lamp. The mock magazines are so awesome and such a fantastic statement about the climate of our country. And, of course, the gigantic-scale Mucha-inspired Lady of Peace is simply stunning. I love what street art has become over the last decade.

1. Anonymous, via this isn't happiness
2. Banksy, MOCA, via tdw
3. Hottea, Minneapolis, via this is colossal
4. Wittner Fabrice, Vietnam, via colossal
5. TrustoCorp, Hollywood & NYC, via tdw
6. Tasso, Germany, via colossal
7. A'Shop, Montreal, via tdw