The way I see it, the best of all worlds are contained in these mini cakes. And with an extra handful of chocolate chips sprinkled on top while the cakes are still pipping hot, well... it just doesn't get better than this!
As far as I can see it, now the only problem is deciding on which of the delectable colors to choose:
a spicy, cinammon-ish tan (pic #1)
a tried-and-true, can't-go-wrong, classic black (pic #2)
a (dare I say) scrumptious looking, chocolate brown (pic#3)
And to prove all of my above points,
here's one last photo of the always perfectly dressed Emmanuelle Alt, who has matched hers with a motorcycle jacket's perfect pairing: jeans and a t-shirt (and a pair of cool, Isabel Marant boots -- she is Vogue Paris' editor-in-chief, after all).
For if this stunning, aquamarine and yellow, brilliant-cut diamond ring (a.k.a. mini sculpture) by Buccellati isn't art, well... then I don't know what is!
Plus, as opposed to other pieces of art -- say, a Rothko -- this has the added bonus that you can actually wear it on your finger and absorb the culture it exudes at any time; not only when reclining on your chaise and admiring your sitting room wall.
And the best part is that this could be yours...
if you have a few extra thousand to spare, that is ;)
I must admit that denim has always and will always
(if I know myself at all, which I hope I'm pretty sure that I do)
hold the #1 spot in my wardrobe.
It's just the perfect fabric, so easily dressed up or down and let's not even mention comfort -- some people claim that fashion has nothing to do with comfort. To me, it has everything to do with comfort. I mean, if a girl's not comfortable then there is no way she can pull off a look. Right?
Emmanuelle Alt courtesy ?
Plus, I feel that a pair of great fitting jeans, or a perfectly shrunken denim jacket really go a long way to make a girl's look her own. Like she's not trying too hard and just happens to be as effortlessly chic and understated as she appears.
Because if a girl feels good in her clothes... appearances aren't deceiving :)
You know how some photographers manage to capture not just their subjects but a fleeting moment so perfectly that it makes one feel as if you are truly observing a whole story within the context of a flash?
Something about the light in his images and the way the people featured in them always look so fresh, happy and seemingly content. Whether they are or not is another matter entirely. For that one moment it took for Mr. Baker to snap the photo it appears as if they were.
It was a good moment.
And that's what makes for an amazing photo.
It makes me want to slink myself into the frame and intrude upon his subjects...