Just cos there is always room for poetry in life … I heart Threadless

Or you might want a tshirt that celebrates Festivus (it’s a Seinfeld thang).

A movie to lie down and … <a href="http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/film/a
rticle2903487.ece”>Lust, Caution by Ang Lee. Don’t imitate the sexual gymnastics unless you are in fact or a gymnast. Or a yoga devotee. Or a dabbler in contortionism.

I wrote a post on Japanese street fashion and came across this lovely blog Carmen Yuen – there is a <a href="http://www.carmenyuen.com/blog/post/index/41/VIVIENNE-WESTWOOD-ROCKING-H
ORSE-BALLERINA-SHOES”>good post explaining the allure of the Vivienne Westwood Rocking horse ballerina shoe to the Gothic and Lolita crowd.
Gothic and LolitaFresh Fruits

Anyone venturing near the Hutt would do well to visit the New Dowse – taxidermied jewellery, fashion photography, and a showcase of 32 stunning avant-garde hats made by the world’s most adventurous milliner, Philip Treacy for his friend and muse, the late style-icon, Isabella Blow.

Was there ever a more apt URL – SOLO PASSION – Mr Perigo & his neocon mates give themselves a self congratulatory tug.

Apparently there is a tv show in Oz about Librarians. The web site is well worth a snoop, with quizzes and nifty effects.

One of my very favourite perfumes <a href="http://www.parfumsgivenchy.com/fragrance/women_fragrances/mythical_fragr
ances/spirit_2_111_616.html”>L’Interdit is being relaunched. Wonder if it smells like the powdery heaven I remember. Another Givenchy one called Vetyver.
sounds intriguing …

And on a final arch romantic note, NZ Ballet is doin Romeo and Juliet next year. Love the Prokofiev music, one to save up for.