Monthly Archives: January 2011
It was Lekuin trunk show and flower making day in the land of Bowjie-
Sadly the prior was not so awesome, why? Well I did my research on the crazy google and found Lekuin shirts @ planet blue in the hundreds where as at the trunk show they were marked down only to the two-hundreds hmmmmm… wtf
don’t get me wrong they were beautiful clothes but jeez give a poor artist a break, granted there is a grand dif. between a trunk show and a sample sale and for that I do understand the still-high pricing.
So flowers are in – great
NOW there are Bowjie flowers, below are just the first batch and much more yet to bloom… here is a taste
Brown/Black ‘Donner Party’ Hat
Oliver Peoples Shades in Turtle
Feather Earring in Turquoise
No Support Black Bra
Uber Worn Cotton Tank
Nikon film camera for Blogging
Stars for hands, why? dunno but the points have day-glow polish on
High wasted jean shorts ($70 @ Narnia NYC)
Black/Brown shit kicker boots
Last Nights Bento Box
Books about pain. geography, and romance
Floppy Goodwill Purse
That tattoo I got that one time
Almost washed blond/brown/black hair (flowing)
Bright orange/pink MAC lip color stolen from ex. BFF
This weekend was the annual Apt. 3 prosecco n’ cupcake 50% off sale hosted on Helms @ H.D. Buttercup and a small shout from the Museum of Jurassic Technology.
I did not eat the cupcakes nor did I drink the free oj/prosecco mixture and I found the sale to be a bit of a snooze fest.
Funny enuf a major chunk of the women’s clothes were by an amazing designer whom I know very well and was in fact her first seasons look book model so no need to by any of her clothes in a store… then just as I am about to take off and drink at Fathers Office I spot in a trunk the most amazing creation that I would have driven there and back two times over for; That was the “bookjournal” and it is exactly what is says – it’s a book AND its a journal!
So we all know Bowjie headbands are about re-using fabric cause there is just so much access why not make something amazing of it- well the fellows over at Ex Libris Anonymous feel the same … they have taken covers from old books that the Kindle or kids markers or time have killed re-bound them inserted blank pages and left in a few pages from the original book.
I picked up two but plan to order many more from the website for gifting days to come. My fav. has to be the elementary school math book journal.