I'm now in my last quarter at FIDM and I can't help but be reminded of all the wonderful memories I have gathered over the last 2 years. I was a total slacker in high school, and I completely transformed when I got to FIDM. This past quarter I was lucky enough to take an extra class called Fashion Styling and Coordination. I drove up to LA every Saturday for 6 weeks and took this 6 hour class, the traveling was a total bummer, but the class was my favorite yet. The theme of our final project was the "Maddest Hatter" and we were instructed to create a headpiece, that was our only direction. Creative freedom can allow you to accomplish some pretty cool things. Here are some shots of my headpiece and the model I styled.
Every time I think of my upcoming move to NYC, I imagine my small but charming apartment. Decorating my space, or any space makes my heart warm. These are some great things I have on my mind for my future home...
I am so happy I came across this shop, YongS. Amazingly beautiful handmade clothing at a reasonable price! I usually don't include the price on my posts, but these are too great not too. What do you think?
Every time I find a new shop. I look at their location... just curious I suppose. I am noticing more and more that many of my favorite Etsy shops are located in New York City, or more specifically the home of Etsy, Brooklyn. Of course, A Common Thread, is located in Brooklyn.
Seeing these photo's makes me very excited for Summer 2010. It's going to be a busy summer between graduating from FIDM in June, packing up and driving cross country to NYC in July, and starting a new school in August. It's going to be tiring but I couldn't be more thrilled for the adventures my life will take me on.
Etsy seller Theif&Bandit has been all over the blogs lately and I usually try not to feature sellers that I have seen on another blog. But, for this shop I simply couldn't resist..... And I'm sure you'll love it!
It's that time of the year, the sun is shining, the temperature is increasing, and the clothes are getting smaller. Well, not exactly when something is draped, it's actually more fabric placed just the right way to make any dress perfect. I heart draping.