I couldn’t find any other way of celebrating my parents 25th Anniversary than by letting them know how grateful I am that they let me walk my own path even though my footsteps are rarely on this planet. After six months, thirteen cities, and twelve different countries I can finally share this with the world.
1. Munich, Germany
2. Tokyo, Japan
3. Rome, Italy
4. Lyon, France
5. Colombo, Sri Lanka
5. New York City, USA
6. Hong Kong, Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China
7. Bangkok, Thailand
6. Paris, France
7. Cape of Good Hope, South Africa
8. Beijing, China,
9. Singapore, Singapore
10. Dubai, United Arab Emirates at the end of my probation and six month graduation.
One of my friends just texted me about this exhibition in Paris. I have a free ticket courtesy of the Eurostar, I am so tempted to just pop on the train and go see this:
« La mécanique des dessous, une histoire indiscrète de la silhouette » présentée aux Arts Décoratifs du 5 juillet au 24 novembre 2013
For more information on this exhibition click me!
My Closet Now.
Seriously go get in my closet.
Metropolitan Museum of Art
You think I’m joking but I’m definitely not.
And although my heart will ache, and I will cry such bitter tears, I will never regret our time, ‘I will smile for we will always have Paris’.
This is a small section from my travel diary that I wrote during a moment at the Jardin des Tuileries where I was the unfortunate witness to the end of a love story. I couldn’t move because it happened so close to me and there wasn’t really an escape but the words that decorate my journal are slightly smudged. I think I cried for both of them.
“I like The Eiffel Tower because it looks like steel and lace.” ― Natalie Lloyd
I have one surprise post set for tomorrow morning but I’m shutting my laptop down and getting ready to lock up my flat. It’s 36f (2c) in London and supposedly set to snow tomorrow in Paris (knock wood it’s not rain this time around). Bleh.
I’m crashing at a friends house tonight so I can get to St. Pancras by 7:00 tomorrow to go through security. See you all in a bit!
Drawings and sketches of costumes for the opera in Paris and Versailles from 1739 to 1767 Louis-Rene Boquet (1717-1814), 1770.
Quadrille de Mlle De // Loraine 1775 : 1775 : [maquette de costume] / [Louis-René Boquet] - 1
I just realized that this is the first time since high school that I can take a photo in a museum (not that I am going to because I am a good girl who cherishes art), get yelled at by the Gallery people, and use the old “I don’t speak your language” excuse.
I have been waiting FOREVER to be able to use that. For some reason I just can’t seem to get away with it in London (imagine that).
Probably the only reason this post will be repinned by anyone is because this is the interior of the Opera Garnier in Paris, France. If I am able to stop by I will be buying all the honey.