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Sunday, March 7, 2010

Hey Guys!

I'll be back in April..I have maintenance to do starting with clearing my computer files..making spring break plans & summer plans..because I don't have an assistant or a personal planner..I have to do all these things myself(with the help of my mom of she help me keep my life in order..THANKS MOM!:0)If I don't break now it's gonna screw my entire summer up. don't want that to happen..,,so have fun, be safe, healthy & happy! I put alot of stuff for you guys to keep you all entertained:)

Cheers& Kudos!(or does that mean the same thing hum??)LOL anyways x2 who cares:);)

David Chang's Momofuku

Chef David Chang's first cookbook is long, laced with profanity and full of complicated, labor-intensive recipes, many of which require obscure ingredients like kochukaru (Korean chili powder) and sliced country jowl. In food circles, it's one of the most highly anticipated books of the year.
Mr. Chang, 32 years old, has emerged as one of the country's hottest chefs since launching Momofuku Noodle Bar, then a 27-seat restaurant in downtown Manhattan, in 2004. Today, he has accumulated three more restaurants and two Michelin stars, and visitors from all over the world endure long waits for his inventive creations. Much as Wolfgang Puck leapt to national fame in the early 1980s when his Spago restaurant in Los Angeles launched California cuisine, Mr. Chang is the anointed star of the current dining scene—the young gun that other chefs world-wide are watching and copying. continue..

I really enjoyed watching this minus the pork & alcohol prospective. really interesting & inspiring story he has;)I really luv his consistancy & drive. It's proves through patience & consistency you will persevere.

The Glacier by Gus Wüstemann

In the attic level of a historic building in Lucerne, Switzerland, the Zurich-based architect has built what he describes as a “glacier” – a sculptural staircase that leads up to a rooftop terrace.
The lacquered staircase has been expanded into a broader structure of shelves designed as nooks to sleep on, sit on and generally inhabit as the social hub of the otherwise open-plan apartment.
Wüstemann says: “All things that look like architectural details I want to get rid of. When I look at it I don’t see kitchen or bedroom, I see a landscape.”
The landscape concept was used to connect the main living area with the roof terrace, which overlooks the old town of Lucerne. One of the key functions of the white steps is to funnel daylight down from the rooflight and into the apartment. There are also lights built into the abstract, geometric structure that allow for it to be used as a multi-purpose space.
Wüstemann was influenced by the landscape around Lucerne, which is made up of glacial mountains and valleys. “We imagined the terrace as the summit,” he says, “the place where the sun is shining, and the flat as the sheltered valley.”
The white floor also reflects light into the depth of the plan, and is conceived as the lake at the end of the glacier.
The rest of the living space is equally ambiguous in its use. Enclosures made from chipboard – the kind used on construction site hoardings – can be opened and closed to display and then hide rooms.
“The opening and closing of the bathroom and bedroom changes the intimacy of the whole thing,” explains Wüstemann. The bedroom door has a gap at the bottom, meaning people in the living area can see the feet of people within – like in a swimming pool changing room, or a Japanese bathhouse.
“I always try to free the elements of programmatic occupation. The notation disappears – I want them to be very free in my mind. I want to be able to play football in there; or have an art exhibition.”

Guys, I'd lay around here all day & sleep  like sleeping think I want my crib painted back white with white curtains & white linen..I think I'll do that! Like Gus Wüstemann said "have an art exhibit"LUV THAT soooooo!:)Defiantly my new Deco inspiration clean & airy!


She's really GORGEOUS right guys ! So guys I have a story..when I was younger me, my sister & brother use to have a driver who took us to school & the driver use to listen to Sade every single morning..we'd get in the car lk WTF..then it dawned on me I think he's got the hots for Sade..LOL... now I get it.. lyrics & all..I could never relate to her lyrics as a child I'd think to myself.. what the hell is she talking an adult I totally now
& I luv the red/coral & blue she wears in the vid..these two colors looks sooo amazing together..right guys?!


She has a whole lot of other vid..CHECK THEM OUT! & if you get lost with the formalities  use the book I recommended a  few week goes through the stretches step by step;) 

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Fun Prada Day!:)

 The outfits & heels,hair above screams DAZZLING~SHIMMERY~YOUNG & FUN, FUN, FUN!!!~ more heels...

Prada Resort Spring Summer 2010


Prada Transformer by OMA/Rem Koolhaas 2

Prada Transformer, a portable, shape-shifting cultural pavilion designed by Office for Metropolitan Architecture/Rem Koolhaas, in Seoul, Korea. It accommodated a variety of events in its opening three months including a fashion exhibition, a film festival, an art exhibition, and finally a Prada fashion show.(Keep in mind this is 2009 dated therefore the exhibit is gone.)
Oh guys, this is very inspiring for me ...merging the art with fashion is so cool!

Friday, March 5, 2010

At the Ballet

Embody Degas’ painterly perfection through divinely dramatic accessories and fanciful frocks.


CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT: Bolero ($3,900), tank ($975) and skirt ($7,500), Dennis Basso. 765 Madison Ave., 212-794-4500. Tulle bag, Christian Louboutin ($875). Saks Fifth Avenue, 611 Fifth Ave., 212-753-4000. Plexiglass heels, Prada ($695). Chuckies New York, 1073 Third Ave., 212-593-9898. Embroidered sandals, Alberta Ferretti ($785). Visit White dress, Keith Lissner ($4,150). Visit Gray heels, Fendi (price on request). 677 Fifth Ave., 212-759-4646. Asymmetrical dress, Vera Wang ($1,995). 158 Mercer St., 212-382-2184. Tote, Valentino ($2,790). Visit Platforms, Alexander McQueen ($1,985). 417 W. 14th St., 212-645-1797

Posh, Pretty & Elegant!

Pat Mcrath

 Over the course of her illustrious career, the makeup artist Pat McGrath (pictured here) has worked with the world’s top designers (Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Lanvin), hottest supermodels (Gisele Bündchen, Naomi Campbell), and biggest stars (Oprah Winfrey, Madonna, Jennifer Lopez). In this Q&A, the New York–based McGrath—now the global creative design director at Procter & Gamble Beauty, which includes Max Factor and CoverGirl—dishes to VF Daily’s SunHee Grinnell and Laura Katzenberg about beauty trends, being backstage, and her must-have products of the moment.

VF Daily: When did you know you wanted to be a makeup artist?
PMG: In my late teens. I was dressing up and going out to clubs a lot. I was obsessed with doing my makeup, both for evening and daytime. One day I was walking around London and a famous television presenter asked me about my makeup. When I told her I did it, she asked if I would do her makeup sometime.continue...vanityfair

I'd luv if she came to my house & did my makeup..that would be sooo cool right guys?! 
& more than the Prada 2010 cloths I LUV the Prada2010 hair & makeup. The hair pulled to the front. Ive been doing my hair like this & i feel really cute with this style..sortta messy..I like the messy hair look most.. (for me anyways:)

Gelila Bekele

Gelila is represented by New York based Ford Models and JE Model based in California. She is originally from Ethiopia and was scouted on the streets of California, where she was attending school.


Hermes Summer 2010

2oooooo CUTE!:)

Hotel Straf

An inspired fusion of Italian fashion,Stylish, urban hangout original design and elegance. The STRAF combines minimalist design and classic Italian architecture. The 64 rooms and suites blend design and functionality, maximising comfort. Architect, Vincenzo De Cotiis, a fashion designer of HAUTE collections, has used an eclectic mix of materials, including scratched mirrors, burnished brass, iron, black stone and cement. The STRAF's location, only steps from the Duomo cathedral, places guests at the core of Milan, moments from the fashionable Via Montenapoleone, the shopping districts and La Scala Opera house. After a day of pounding the Milan streets in search of just one more pair of shoes, try the Japanese massage chairs in the fifth floor chromo and aromatherapy rooms. A sure bet for tired limbs and worn-out minds.



Stella McCartney Milan Store by APA

London studio APA have completed the interior of a store in Milan for fashion designer Stella McCartney, which features sculptural metal rails and herringbone flooring in different tones and colours.