Stumbling through Ana Montiel’s blog I found this inspiring little treasure.
Busby Berkely’s choreographies make me absolutely speechless and his wonderful kaleidoscopic sceneries makes me want to time travel and be a glamourous chorus girl back in the Hollywood studio era… I am starting to think about baking and decorating a kaleidoscopic cake as well…hmmmm…
Busby Berkeley going through the roof – watch the whole documentary here
the inspiration board for Sofia Coppola’s Somewhere movie (which I loved bye the way)
some mixed cupcakes I made for a birthday party
Vincent Gallo and Christina Ricci in Buffalo66
the new fall collection from one teaspoon
eating the first ice cream this year. source
practicing for the perfect 60’s cat-eyes make up source
Kirsten Dunst for the new Band of Outsiders campaign
impatiently waiting for this documentary movie to arrive to Spain
I stumbled upon “The Ballerina Project” tonight as I couldn’t sleep, trying to clear my head from thinking about organizing my next muffin/cupcake orders. This project “grew from the idea of New York City as a magnet for creativity; each photograph is a collaborative work of dance, fashion design and photography played out against the city’s landscape”. I this wonderful project, as it make me think back to my “dancing days” in Germany and the amazing time I had living in NY…sigh…
my lovely new Caitlin Shearer prints arrived. YEY!
watching this ad again and again…
New H&M ad with Sasha Pivovarova, shot by Terry Richardson
thinking about a new tattoo – this one’s from heidifurre
my cupcake catering for Plisados shop
Having seen incredible fairy-like Sylvie Guillem perform in Barcelona last weekend. Those legs!
Remember the 1st scene in Almodovar’s “Hable con ella” (Talk to her) where the main character is moved to tears, watching a dance performance of Pina Bausch? I felt like this today seeing the Nederlands Dance Theater perform “Silent Screen” in Barcelona’s Liceu. What a beautiful and emotional performance/staging!