Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Love is All on Tour!

Love is All will be going on tour soon. FUCK YES!!! They have a new album coming out on November 11th and will be at Bowery Ballroom on December 7th. You can buy your ticket here.

You're welcome.


I want EVERYTHING in the winter Theory collection. It hurts.

Monday, October 27, 2008

Parra for Arkitip

If I had more of it, I'd drop money on these items:

And I would buy an iPhone to go in that sleeve. Or an iTouch because I don't know if I want to jump on the iPhone wagon just yet. I'm too old school for such newfangled contraptions.

Friends, how many of us have them?

I'm one of those people that's way too hard on myself. When it comes to friends and friendships, I always feel like I fail, especially lately. Then, I saw that my good friend Mr. Zach Hates made this, and it made me so happy, it almost brought a tear to my eye.

Friends are better than: milkshakes and French fries, David Lynch movie marathons, the Mets winning, huge sales at Theory.

P.S. Love you, Zach!

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Quit Monkeying Around.

Courtesy of The New York Post, your quality news source.

Tracey Emin

I love her attitude. And, needless to say, her work.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Chanel Mobile Art

Zaha Hadid, one of my favorite architects, designed the container for Chanel Mobile Art, which has recently re-located to New York! Mr. Lagerfield + friends are paying homage to the quintessential quilted Chanel bag, you know, the one that dozens of people sport throughout the Manhattan grid (real and fake, alike).



Of course, the Wall Street Journal blogs about the opening of the Chanel Mobile Art, NYC and it's ability to provide a temporary market for local labor.

It's now open to the public at Rumsey Playfiend in Central Park. Admission is free.

Chanel: Recession Proof for the People.

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Reunion Show

If I could organize a reunion show I would pick a double headliner with At the Drive-In/Fugazi. The opener would be Q and Not U.


It is imperative that I see the 'headliners' perform live before my time is up. I've essentially come to terms with the fact that I'll never see ATD-I live, a once painful realization, being that it's been at least eight years since their last album. Along with the fact that every 'side project' they've done interests me very little.

But let's talk about Fugazi. FUGAZI. My favorite fucking band of all fucking time. All members are still on amicable terms and are just pursuing other ventures, such as making babies and things of that nature. All are still involved in music and even collaborate with one another. I'm waiting for the day that they get back together, and in my heart of hearts I feel like it is bound to happen.

When it does, rest assured I will be there.

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Au revoir les enfants...

I keep trying to write about how sensitively directed and incredible this movie is, but I'm coming up short. Instead I of trying to find words, let me suggest that you watch this movie as soon as possible.

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Fire Walk With Me

We are amidst fall, my favorite season. Good for Netflix, cooking elaborate dinners and breaking out all of my favorite autumn jackets.

I happen to love David Lynch movies and just added the entire Twin Peaks television series to my Netflix queue.

And, just for fun!

That cow was NOT allowed to march in the Cow Parade. F**king fascists.

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Freja Beha

I love Freja Beha's tattoos. I always joke that if I were to get many tattoos, they'd probably all be text and I'd be a human book.

this too shall pass

She has a few more, I believe eight in total, including Redemption on the inside of her elbow right underneath the joint, "this world tonight" on her right-hand wrist and three circles on her left wrist.