Friday, May 02, 2008

Bags, tattoos and skateboards...

(On the left): An olive green canvas bag with twisted rope handles, by Comme des Garcons, with white moccasins and (on the right): an Orla Kiely fan carrying the orange stem print tote (I love this style) with matching shoulder bag!

Here's the full-length shot!


I was fascinated by this tattoo placed on the inner part of this guy's arm.
It is an Amish butter print from a pyrex mixing bowl.

This guy was also carrying this great canvas bag that he designed.
I love the hardware and the way it lays flat against the body.


A Tree of Life tattoo, worn by a young woman, who will be moving to NYC soon.


Max has some great style. I love the shoulder strap across his chest matching the direction of the blue stripes of his tie. I especially love the negative strip on the underside of his skateboard.


It really is the little details that catch my eye whether it is in an outfit, how a customer puts together a few Cursive items or in the stitching of a bag.

The stripes of this woman's shirt was a breath of fresh air.
The softness of her camel-color sweater brought coziness.
Her shiny, black ,quilted jacket with stitched butterflies was all about style.


I saw this bag and immediately started gushing. It was just beautiful. I can't say specifically what made me gush so, but for this bag, I think it was the mixture of the black patent leather with the brown leather trim and maybe the woman's outfit too. Everything seem to be pulled together by this bag. YUM!

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