Peggy Moffitt eye makeup master class
80’s face work out. All together now.
Did you ever wish that you could eat Bambi?
Some people want them some people don’t. Cartman will buy yours. See here.
I managed to catch the last day of the William Klein/Daido Moriyama at the Tate Modern. It was so inspiring, beautiful, still modern even though so much of it was from many decades ago. Please enjoy this incredible film titled Broadway By Light from 1958. This film captures how exciting Manhattan was in the late 50’s & is set to cutting edge jazz from the time. Orson Welles declared it to be ‘The first film I’ve seen in which colour was absolutely necessary.’
On a Mexican road trip driving a rental like I stole it listening mostly to The Fall going to beaches, Mayan ruins & colonial towns. I also have eaten my body weight in ceviche & guacamole whilst realising tequila makes me mucho cray cray. Here is a pic I took of a Jesus doll sporting Kardashian-esque makeup. So our new sleb Krist Kardashian formally known as The Son of God can look however he wants, even if it is with chola brows, not judging. If I can bust this ref out for the shows at the fittings in Feb will be well impressed! If you wanna see more check out my Instagram at _georginagraham
Hope all you beauties had a fantastic Christmas break. Am away on hols early tomorrow so wishing everyone a slightly early but very Happy New Year. Looking forward to resuming blogs & posts in 2013.
This was passed on to me by my genius music advisor Mr Simon Merrells who works at domino records and knows exactly what tunes and vids I am going to love. Here are the surreal and bonkers Tripple Nipples with their song and video LSD. Nturally they get extra points for their brave beauty and mental graphics.
Jewelry designed by Salvador Dali. The mustachioed genius said, “My art encompasses physics, mathematics, architecture, nuclear science – the psycho-nuclear, the mystico-nuclear – and jewelry – not paint alone,” Dali wrote in the 1959 catalog Dalí: A Study of his Art-in-Jewels. “My jewels are a protest against emphasis upon the cost of the materials of jewelry. My object is to show the jeweler’s art in true perspective – where the design and craftsmanship are to be valued above the material worth of the gems, as in Renaissance times.” I want them, I want them, I want them, a girl can dream.