As you should know by now, we are huge fans of Lem Lem – especially their block printed scarves with pops of shocking neon colors. Of course, we found it only fair to share the love so thanks to Lem Lem, we are giving away not one, but two scarves: the Leli scarf and the Rustic scarf! Simply leave a comment, follow Lem Lem on Tumblr, and two winners will be selected at random on Monday, October 10th. (Sorry, limited to US & Canada residents only. Winner will be announced and contacted by email. Good luck! xx) ** Contest is now closed, congratulations to ErikaJane & Trina!
by MISS MOSS (If you aren’t already familiar with Diana’s blog, Miss Moss, you are truly missing out. It’s absolutely one of our favorite reads and we were beyond delighted when she agreed to contribute to a series of guest posts on HonestlyWTF. You’re in for a treat!)
One of my favourite shows from the recent Spring 2012 collections was the “new” Kenzo – which was recently taken over by creative directors Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, the geniuses behind Opening Ceremony. Which, of course, explains why there’s a certain wacky & fun edge to the all the pieces. I couldn’t help but feel that the setting for these knock-out outfits was slightly bland, so I decided to re-imagine some of my favourite looks in decidedly different scenery…
These gorgeous throws designed by Klaus Haapaniemi, who has previously created prints for Diesel, Levi’s Cacharel, Clements Ribeiro and Marimekko, are traditionally woven using only the purest and most luxurious materials. They are ridiculously expensive but equally amazing, right?
Leave it to Dolce & Gabbana to express their huge appetite for life (and Italy) with their Spring 2012 Collection. Dresses printed with eggplants, tomatoes and hot peppers sauntered down the runway, Sophia Loren was heard singing the ever-so-cliché “Mambo Italiano” and . . . WTF?! Pasta earrings and accessories!? What a molto bene DIY! With just a quick trip to the supermarket and bead store, these kitschy but totally fun pasta earrings are a cinch to make.