Friday, February 25, 2011

For a magical weekend... pretty pictures to inspire you.

"Let us be lovers we'll marry our fortunes together"
"I've got some real estate here in my bag"
So we bought a pack of cigarettes and Mrs. Wagner pies
And we walked off to look for America
-Simon & Garfunkel

Thursday, February 24, 2011

We went wild.

Monday, February 21, 2011

The Met

Obviously I was in heaven. Best place ever.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Central Park at Night

just got back from long trip to New York and Las Vegas. Can't wait to post the rest of my pictures.
Our party at the Hudson was so much fun, will post all pics this week!!!

Friday, February 4, 2011


"Has this world been so kind to you that you should leave with regret? There are better things ahead than any we leave behind."

C.S. Lewis

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Another perfect dress. + Flowers.

 Source: This Is Glamorous/ fffound

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Back to Manhattan

Going to New York on Monday for our Wildfox Party at the Hudson! Time to start packing a million coats and scarves and boots....snow mania.  Will be releasing images of our Fall 2011 collection at the party...but wont release them online for a few months. Can't wait!!!!!! Ah!

Sunshine Yellow

aren't these pretty?

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Stones In Exile, French Riviera.

By the spring of 1971, the Rolling Stones, who owed more taxes than they could pay, left England before the government would seize their assets. Mick Jagger settled in Paris with his new bride Bianca, and guitarist Keith Richards rented a luxurious villa, Nellcote, in Villefranche-sur-Mer near Nice. The other members settled in various places in the south of France. After unsuccessfully looking for a recording studio in France that would be suitable for the next Rolling Stones album, it was decided they would record at Nellcôte using the band's remote recording truck brought in from England.

With visitors to Nellcôte including Gram Parsons and Hunter S Thompson, the consumption of narcotics was never going to be anything other than enthusiastic. One of those visitors was a young Frenchman called Dominique Tarle, whose photographs documented the goings on during the recording on one of the greatest rock albums of all time. He was invited by Richards to stay with them at Villa Nellcote, and ended up living there for 6 months.