Parlez-Vous Français? in Vogue (Paris)

models: anna ewers (women), edie campbell (dna), cameron russell (lions)
karlie kloss (img), liya kebede (img), rianne ten haken (women) and mica arganaraz (dna)
photographer: inez and vinoodh
stylist: emmanuelle alt
hair: christiaan
manicure: deborah lippmann


nu nu igaga

got my horse ready
c ya!

Banks - Goddess

Swept Away in WSJ

models: juliana schurig (dna) and rhys pickering (bananas)
photographer: nathaniel goldberg (societymgmt)
stylist: robert rabensteiner
hair: alain pichon (streeters)
make-up: sally branka (lga)

yes, sailing to the unknown waters is what i crave at the moment



Ben Howard - Keiko

Keiko I see you, alive in my dreams.
The outsider amongst us, the plague in between.
Keiko the world is a beautiful thing,
I don’t always adore it but I know what it means to feel love.

Keiko did the good lord tell you what it means,
All of us here, all of us waiting on you.

Did you watch the sun when it came flying over the hillside,
Did you think of home when they buried your old man.

Waiting, waiting, waiting, on, some kind of forest fire.
Waiting, waiting, waiting, on, sun to rise, yeah.
Waiting, waiting, waiting, on, invincible somewhere I know.

Did you watch the violence, come creaping up inside you,
Did you wash the world so clean from your hands.

I remember you and all of your fury, saying it will be fine.
I remember you.

Ivy League style

Harward '65

not a fan of tartan short but loafers and oxford shirts saves the day

just-thought-that-on-me style
because ivy league students definitely wasn't fashion-concious

feeling the English vibe
but somehow everybody is only talking about US Ivy League

my favs - raincoats and shoes without socks


Yale '65

Yale '65

just one question - why students do not dress like that anymore? 
apparently Japanese students dress more like an old school American Ivy League universities'  students


impressive Jack Huston biography

'Unlike his famous paternal family, Jack Huston was born and raised in England, and naturally speaks with an English accent. On Jack's American father's side of the family, he is from Hollywood royalty, and on Jack's British mother's side, he is a descendant of aristocracy. Jack's paternal grandfather, John Huston, was of English, Scottish, Northern Irish, and very remote Portuguese, ancestry, and Jack's paternal grandmother, Enrica (Soma), was of Italian descent. Jack's maternal grandfather was Hugh Cholmondeley, 6th Marquess of Cholmondeley. Through the Marquess's father, George Cholmondeley, 5th Marquess of Cholmondeley, who was of English descent, Jack is a descendant of Robert Walpole, the first Prime Minister of England (in the 1700s). The 6th Marquess's mother, Jack's great-grandmother Sybil Sassoon, was of Ashkenazi Jewish and Iraqi-Indian Jewish descent, and through her, Jack is a descendant of David Sassoon, the treasurer of Baghdad between 1817 and 1829, and of Mayer Amschel Rothschild, who founded the Rothschild banking dynasty. Jack's maternal grandmother, Lavinia Margaret (Leslie), was of British background.'

but wait!
that lucky guy must have been born on the lucky star or something
it's not his talents that he has such an impressive heritage background
let's wait and see that he has to offer as an actor


homesick. homesick?

 i miss
my Europe
my time
my roof window
my apple tree
my lake
my smell

it hit me suddenly

everything is wonderful here and I really do not wanna complain
but still...