Sunday, March 20, 2011

Lustworthy find of the Day

I waaaaaaaant!

Cupcake love.

Currently, I'm loving Allan Hemberger and Sarah Wilson's "Anatomy of a Cupcake"

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Here's sending Japan love, light and prayer.
It's inspiring to see a country that's as honourable as them.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Which to get, that is the question.

Given I already have maroon, navy and deep grey (snore-worthy, I know!). Being the Zara whore I am, I want one! What's that? I live in a country that averages 30 degrees Celsius all year. Lalaalalalcan'thearyoulalalalalal.
Still gonna get one. So tell me!

Zara Spring 2011 sweaters (Click image to see original size)

Monday, March 14, 2011

Trendspotting: Neon

So I was shopping the new arrivals at Net-a-Porter and I noticed this pattern. A pattern I really really like. Neons.
Bright, luscious, POW colours for spring. Yes, very predictable, but great nonetheless! I've always been a fan of neons and these pieces from the catalogue stood out. Every single one of these pieces can cut right through a muted look for that punch spring calls for. I've always been a fan of statement pieces and these just feed the greedy little 'chic' monster inside me. It never satiates, does it?

Smythson iPad Case. Jil Sander Printed Skirt. Burberry Prorsum Belt. Bally Colour-Blocked Dress. Miu Miu Stilettos. 

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Style Icon of the Day: Hamish Bowles

Fuchsia tie. Purple pocket square. Aqua socks.
That is the way to roll.
I'm definitely taking a page out of his book.

Dreaming of Sapna!

Mad O Wot bandra
OMG Sapna Bhavnani is waytoocool!
This started with me going in for a haircut at Mad O Wat when I was interning in Bombay last summer and as I fell in love with the city's vibe, I also fell in love with the salon. It's the funkiest, coolest, kitsch-iest place I have been to, like ever. And it's owned and run by a stud who goes by the name Sapna Bhavnani.
I was just curious about her so I started following their Facebook page and I think they are uber cool. I mean if I was in Bombay, there is no way I wouldn't be interning/assisting/apprentice-ing with them. And the Mad O Wot website is one of my favourite websites ever. It's the perfect, most delicious blend of  Bambaiya, Kitsch & Crazy.
Then I stumbled onto Sapna Bhavnani's personal website and that is a whole other level of funky. Check out the screenshots below! So basically I can't stop waxing eloquent about Sapna or Mad O Wot. So tell you what? Check it out for yourself and decide.