Procrastination has been my middle name for the last couple of days, and instead of working on my personal portfolio, sending important e-mails I actually should be sending, or even socializing with the people around me, I have been wandering around the internet, searching for random stuff. Today I spend some time reading about double exposition. The pictures above are done with Photoshop (Yes, it feels like cheating), but I am planning on doing some real double exposition shots either tonight or in the next couple of days. I am also planning on trying out my old analog camera, and the pinhole camera I did some time ago, and I also wanted to experiment with High Dynamic Range Photography... And sewing, and outfit pictures, and drawing and, and, and...
Anyways, today I got really excited because there was a new post on thestylerookie.com. I really recommend you to watch the video of a conference she did, it's posted on her blog. And if you didn't notice already, this post is mainly inspired by her.
Another thing I have been really excited about is the New Topshop and Meadham Kirchhoff collaboration. I am not sure if I would buy anything of it (to feminine, to many ribbons), but it is a pleasure looking at it anyways.
I also wanted to show you this illustrations from the movie Beginners I fell in love with. Normally I don't talk about movies in my blogposts, primarily because I am not an expert, and also because I try to focus on fashion, but I just kind of wanted to include this. There is a quote that made me fall in love with this film "Our good fortune allows us to feel a sadness our parents didn't have time for. And a happiness I never saw in them."
And last but not least, and because I am trying to make this blogpost as random as possible (and also because I have to admit that I'm going through kind of a hipster phase right now), here is a live video of Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros.