Dalton Ghetti, a carpenter by trade, began creating sculptures out of pencils 25 years ago after wanting to challenge himself by carving tiny objects. He uses three basic tools – a razor blade, a sewing needle and a sculpting knife. One of the most fascinating things about these works of art is that he has never sold them, but rather only given away to friends as gifts. Honestly, WTF!
Diane Goldstein Sitbon, formerly of Paul & Joe, has brought her Parisian based line, April May, stateside for the Fall 2011 season. The collection is modern and feminine with a subtle rock ‘n’ roll and bohemian twist. The styling is fantastic from head to toe – I’m especially lusting after the sweater dress, leather skirt and black ruffled blouse!
I’m completely mesmerized by this lovely video on how to make a beet cake by Matt & Julie, the creative duo behind Tiger In A Jar. Don’t you wish all recipes were done this way?
A bit of style inspiration from Russia’s current fashion elite . . .
So thrilled to hear that Opening Ceremony is bringing back more special edition Soludos after their successful collaboration earlier this Spring. Five brand new styles are being introduced for summer including two Chloe Sevigny floral prints. They’ll soon be available for purchase at Opening Ceremony but I highly recommend checking back as I’m sure they’ll sell out just as fast this time around!