Friday, October 31, 2008

Happy All Hallow's Eve!

Freak, ghouls, geeks, witches, warlocks, men in fake uniform and the politically incorrect will be flooding streets tonight, armed with a costumed excuse to indulge in drunken shenanigans.

Oh well. Halloween this year falls on Friday night, so TGIF to us all!

My evening's attire will complement that of four or five of my other girlfriends, as the Deal or No Deal Girls. Apparently our uniform for the night consists of short black dresses, heels and silver poker cases with numbers (I bought mine for $10 off Craigslist from a very nice dude by the name of Drew). So I'm going with my trusty strapless, 80-esque dress (tight on the bottom, blouson through the middle), my Calvin Klein booties, gold hardware (never leave home without it) and some Michael Kors shimmer stick on the legs.

It's an easy costume and best done in a group, which is totally fine by me. My girl C-Ra is going as Barbie-In-A-Box -- a totally rad idea, by the way -- but much too much work on a one night's-use outfit for me.

So no deal...

I'm Lovin' it: The new umbrella I got today works SO much better than the cheap, crappy one I got from H&M that busted within two days. My hair is thanking me profusely on this rainy day right now.

I'm Over it: Is it just me or do iPhones take forever to connect calls?? Well, mine does. Not good. Oh, and is it me or is the iPhone supposed to NOT let you know you've missed a call or even let it go through? Yeah. Not good. Again.

Track of the Day: "Throw Your Hands Up" by The So So Glos from Brooklyn, NY. It's definitely Brooklyn-esque indie rock type music with a few faint, catchy handclapping sections. Lots of high hat hits, too.

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Thursday, October 30, 2008

I Love When This Happens!

Got an email today with the subject:

"Found your blog..."

And the message within said:

"And thank you!
You did a spot in Feb about Bodega in Boston and it enabled me to track a VERY old friend of mine, Dan Natola, one of the owners. Since you had pics, I was sure it was him!
I've known Danny since prior to first grade and haven't spoken with him in over a decade!
Thanks a lot!

Just love it!

Haute Hippie

Dress Mess

I went to the re-opening of BCBG's store in town last night, which is now newly renovated and looking pretty good.

After hugging my friend Reebs from FASHION and her staff writer Elisa (their mag was the night's sponsor) and catching up with an old friend/internship mentor from LA who is now a special events manager at BCBG (she flew in for the event), I booked it upstairs with my girl Aims to gawk at a short, cream strapless dress with chiffon ruffles that I -- the week prior -- decided should be my wedding dress.

The reasoning for a short dress? I've been totally inspired by that short, ruffled Lanvin number Carrie wore in the Vogue wedding dress shoot scene during the Sex and the City movie.

And I'm thinking bare-legged with awesome gold gladiator heels to go it with.

Please don't ask me why I'm thinking about wedding dresses, considering my current (and technical) "me, myself & I" status.

Anyway, I tried on the very pretty frock after some convincing from an adorable BCBG lady.

The ruffles unfortunately made me look way hippy-er than I'd want on my wedding day, so back on the rack the dress went, but here are some website images of it for your viewing pleasure.

I'm Lovin' it: I spent a good amount of time yesterday mixing and matching outfits on illustrator J. David McKenney's Dress Me Up Retro Dolls section on his site. Check out the 70s chica below I dressed below -- she has a waaaay better outfit on than me right now.

I'm Over it: At the BCBG event last night, I swear the event photographer was hell bent on catching me in the most unflattering poses if all time. Then I was handed a card with the website they'll be going up on this November 7. Can't wait till those to go public.

Track of the Day: "Impossible" by the Shout Out Louds. I was obsessed with this band's track "Tonight I Have To Leave It", so it was high time to get obsessed with something else from their song portfolio.

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Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Big Brown Boots

My beloved grey boots --which have been through everything with me in the past year -- are getting holes at under the tips.

This means when rain hits, my socks get wet. Really, really wet.

This also means that besides taking said boots to the cobbler for a-fixin', it might be high time for new boots. Which I found this weekend.

These babies from Industry are light brown leather with suede chevron stripes and I, naturally, adore them. My newbie booties go surprisingly well with deep purple and dark royal blues!

Here's a sneak peek for y'all.

I'm Lovin' it: These gold-dipped Nikes from Ju$t Another Rich Kid, aka. Ken Courtney. Hey, gold is the commodity to have this recession.

I'm Over it: Putting a new recipe to the test tonight for DB's belated bday dinner. Kitchens and I don't usually mix all that well. Yikes!

Track of the Day: "Into Everything" by Telepopmusik. The video's kind of rad, too.

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Friday, October 24, 2008

Evan & Dean on Fashion Week Daily!!


My friends Lyle Reimer and Raymond Boutet -- who are the sweetest two people ever -- from Evan & Dean made it on a post for Fashion Week Daily's Chic Report!!!!

So, so excited for them!

Especially when Chic Report said, "Keep an eye out for these folks -– we see Bergdorf Goodman on the horizon. Linda Fargo, is that you?"

Of course they belong in Bergdorfs! And in Henri Bendel. And in Saks Fifth. And in Barneys.

Congratulations, Lyle and deserve every happiness and success...xo! :)

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Happy Friday!!

This weekend is going to be a low-key one for sure.

Got to save the energy for next Friday's Halloween debacle and then a girl's night on out Saturday. Double trouble!

I treated myself to a new silk, gold-on-gold striped top yesterday -- j'adore! Love the stripes, but even more so love the two fabric button closures on the top of the back. God, gold gets me every time.

Yep, that's my apartment in the back, too.

Happy Friday, eveyone!

Haute Hippie

Thursday, October 23, 2008


The Gilt Group was selling Doo.Ri's draped jersey vest in black for a mere $223, but it sold out.

I remember the first time seeing this was in a deep green shade and I loved it right away.

Aw, shucks.

I'm Lovin' it: My new iPhone!! And Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen are on Oprah today, talking about their new hardcover book Influence. So watching it. Here's a pic from said new iPhone! FYI, that's Ashley on the left, Mary Kate on the right.

I'm Over it: Eh, I'm in good spirits today.

Track of the Day: Did I shout out "Missed The Boat" by Modest Mouse already?

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Tuesday, October 21, 2008

The Sisters Olsen

Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen are young, rich, pretty (depending on whose looking), intelligent (yep, they are) and induce considerable fashion envy.

Gone are all traces of cheesy Michelle Tanner, that much is for certain.

The twin power duo are dropping their first book ever on October 28, a 272-page hardcover tome called Influence, featuring Mary Kate's mug on front and Ashley's on back. With editor and pal Derek Blasberg (he of Blasblog on in tow, MK +A interviewed the coolest of the cool from art, photography, fashion and design worlds.

Christian Louboutin, Terry Richardson, Lauren Hutton, Richard Prince, John Galliano and Karl Lagerfeld took time out of their respective fabulously busy lives to answer a few questions the Olsens threw out to them. Interviewees provided pictures and illustrations, too. Oh la la, an illustration from Galliano...let me see, please!

The result is a fantastic -- and sometimes hilarious -- coffee table book that SO belongs in my living room.

Here's a nice interview excerpt from my fave, Karl Lagerfeld: "I don't work with many men. I don't want to ask the men about the fashion. Their opinion doesn't interest me."

But, Karl, you're a man!

Anyway, see you at the bookstore on October 28.

I'm Lovin' it: Lykke Li and Friendly Fires! Playing a $19 show at the venue a block from my apartment on October 28. Mon dieu, October 28 is going to be the best day ever.

I'm Over it: So yesterday, my roomie Steffie emailed me and called me all day, wanting to see if I wanted to go with her to see Paul Smith speak at an invite-only, intimate event at our luxe department store downtown. I didn't get the email and my phone is still buggered, so I made plans to go for a night run with Tom Tom. Then Steffie came home and delivered the bad news: She unfortunately filled my spot with someone else. Anyway, apparently Sir Paul Smith was just awesome and friendly, showing the crowd a load of slides, talking about his illustrious career. And then everyone got the cutest Paul Smith mug with his signature stripes. Woe is me. Leni, where was my official invitation, girlfriend?! You're usually so good about these things ;)

Art of the Day: If you're in New York, please please please check out Banksy's Village Pet Store and Charcoal Grill. Those Chicken McNugget animatronic animals pecking at a container of BBQ sauce are priceless.

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Monday, October 20, 2008

Like I Need More of 'Em...

The last thing I -- or my closet -- needs is another pair of heels.

You know you have a problem when you can no longer see the floor of your closet. And you know you have an even bigger problem when you start piling rows of shoes upon each other.

Then again, if these two pairs ever made their way into my hands, I'll have to completely rescind my previous statement.

C'mon, who can turn down ruffled-front python heels? And pink, gray and black colorblocked ones??

Not I.

Oh, yes. The ruffled python = Christian Louboutin. The colorblocked = Marni.

There you have it.

I'm Lovin' it: Where in the world did Betty Autier get her boots?!

I'm Over it: I hate phones.

Track of the Day: The Justice Remix of MGMT's Electric Feel. Enough said.

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Sunday, October 19, 2008

Sleepyhead By Passion Pit: The Music Video!

Hey kids...

The Wilderness directed the official music video for "Sleepyhead" by Passion Pit, a track I raved about a month and a half ago.

Check out the video's images on a rotating mechanical device -- very cool.

The aesthetics work with the mood of this track, that's for sure.

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Friday, October 17, 2008

J'Adore Betty

I've got outfit envy. Big time.

Check out Betty Autier from France in her plaid glorious-ness.

It reminds me of the Isabel Marant Spring '09 collection.

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Gettin' The Boot

So about five years ago, I was at this obscure -- but fantastic -- shoe store at a really ghetto strip mall in town with my girl Meeters.

She convinced me to get a pair of Chanel-esque boots that folded over (in a second layer over the boot body) with zippers running down the outside, after I hemmed and hawed about them for a good 20 minutes. I'm convinced she convinced me because she was hungry and just wanted me to hurry the hell up.

Hey whatever, though, because I walked out with boots that gave me endless compliments for the next few years, pretty much nabbed my internship with FASHION Magazine and got me writing about all things sartorial in the first place.

Then I came across these recently, which brought back fond memories of those nameless, label-less boots that helped make me the person I am today: Completely fashion-obsessed and chained to my laptop, writing at all hours of the day.

Life is good.

I'm Lovin' it: My girl Ovitch is in London right now on vacay and currently seeking out this chunky ring and oversized tunic vest (which will go SO well with my new Calvin Klein booties!) at Topshop for me. And all under £30!

I'm Over it: My hair. Thank god my trim is this afternoon.

Track of the Day: I'm obsessed with "Don Gon Do It" by The Rapture from their 2006 album "Pieces of People We Love" right now. I won't tell you how many times I've played it today. It's embarrassing, really. The Rapture NEEDS to come into town very, very soon so I can dance-rock my ass off. And if you don't have the album already, for the love of god and Balenciaga, please get it now.

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Thursday, October 16, 2008

Chanel, My Dear Watson

Emma Watson has come a long, long way from being just Hermione Granger.

This pretty Brit is young, rich, stylish and an obsession for the fashion set. Oh, and she's the latest model for Chanel's newest look book.

Watson is stunning in the pictures, taken against a backdrop in black, white and silver ready-to-wear.

Harry Potter who??

I'm Lovin' it: Winter means sleeping in warm, fuzzy, comfy pajamas under layers of fleecy blankies. Not for me. I want to sleep in this Kiki de Montparnasse teddy top and matching bloomers. Under layers of fleecy blankies, of course.

I'm Over it: My empty fridge. I don't really feel like eating nothing for lunch.

Music of the Day: The Young Lords from New York. It's indie rock you'd probably hear on Woxy or Left Of Center. Or on some Rock & Republic or Diesel ready-to-wear runway. I'm a big fan of their track "Pretty Little Mess." It's not the one below though. That one is "Down So Long".

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Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Top Ten Things About My Trip To L.A.

I'm damn tired.

I suppose that's what happens when you wake up at 3:45 on Sunday morning, fly to L.A., rush to a meeting, rush back to get ready for a red carpet event, interview on the red carpet at said event, schmooze, get up early the next morning for meetings, attending meetings in El Segundo, drive to nearly San Diego to your parents, then up again the next morning at 4:30 am to drive into downtown LA for another meeting (the trip took nearly 3 hours in traffic), finally getting to the airport at 4:30 pm, only to have to kill four hours somehow because the free Wi-Fi you thought LAX had is, in fact, not free after all.

So I got home at 12:30 am last night, got to bed at 1 am and then my body called me to action at 6:30 am.

All in all, though, not a bad three days of my life. Here's my Top Ten list from the past 72 hours.

1. Jockeying for position on the Hollywood Life Style Awards red carpet with the other writer gals from InStyle, People, Fashion Week Daily, In Touch, OK! and Life & Style. They were very obviously all pals -- and I was the newbie. And the gal from TV Guide online was super sweet, so cheers to her.

2. Having a chat with Tila Tequila, who was surprising very adorable -- and very teeny-tiny in a tight fuschia pink Bebe strapless cocktails. Sophia Bush, Kristen Bell, Jamie Lynn Sigler and AnnaLynne McCord are gorgeous up close and personal. Ludacris is short, but absolutely hilarious. Carson Kressly is a spotlight monger, but also absolutely hilarious. Eve had terrible hair. Emmy Rossum is much taller than I thought, but completely beautiful and well-spoken.

3. Getting a silk scarf from the legendary Bob Mackie. I wasn't the only one, but oh well, right?!

4. The 77 degree weather, obviously. Wearing my grey boots while tramping around Marina del Rey yesterday was a mistake, though.

5. Meeting my two-year-old twin cousins, Jodi and Erin, for the first time. Erin really took to tucking my cellphone and lip gloss into my vintage gold, bronze and black beaded vintage clutch for me. Aw, fashionista-in-training!

6. Scoring a pair of $120 Calvin Klein booties for $60.

7. Scoring a silk top and a seamless Rampage bra for $10 each.

8. Scoring a navy textured patent clutch for $20.

9. Having my uncle and aunt take me to The Clay Pit in Brentwood, which is the most delicious Indian food I've ever tasted. Those spicy curry potatoes are still tangy on my tongue. Make sure to do the $9.75 all-you-can-eat lunch buffet. I was promised a possible Reese Witherspoon or Katherine Heigl sighting, since my folks have spotted them there before, but neither Reese or Katherine decided to be ladies-who-lunch that day.

10. Seeing mom and dad!!

I'm Lovin' it: This quotable quote from my dad, in reference to the delicious, yet artery-clogging garlic butter dip from Papa Johns: "Oh baby, that stuff is good. Garlic butter makes life so much better."

I'm Over it: Finding out at least four members in my immediate family are very patriotic, staunch Republicans and are voting for the McCain/Plain ticket. Tried to get into a political debate with them. Yikes! Never again.

Track of the Day: "Bruises" by Chairlift. It'll be recognizable to you from those recent iPod Nano commercials.

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Sitting, Wishing, Waiting...

One cappuccino, one Time magazine, one banana bread leaf and multiple listens of The Teenagers remix to Vampire Weekend's "Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa" later, I'm still sitting at the airport waiting for my flight to La-La Land.

Thought I'd be able to kill some time visiting DB at his gate earlier, but his flight east to NYC has a domestic stopover first, then transfers to international, so he was basically at the opposite end from me.

So much for that.

Yesterday, I went to Holts with Ovitch and saw two things to add to my burgeoning wish list: A two-toned blue Balenciaga saddle bag with oodles of gold hardware (it was a heavy one) and the Jeslann stacked heel bootie from Tory Burch in patent purple and black.

Someone had ripped the tag off the Balenciaga, but my edu-macated guess would place the figure at least $1,000. And that's reduced from the original price.

The Tory Burch was $495. All I could think of was calling my girl Alice to find out if she still got her 50% discount at Holts, though I'm pretty sure the answer is negatory, since she's long since moved onto managing an upscale retailers (stocked with Isabel Marant!).

I'll try to find an image of the Balenciaga, but all I'm coming up with for now is the ubiquitous motorcycle bag.

For now, enjoy Tory Burch's Jeslann below.

It's keeping me very good company as I wait here for Alaska Air, Flight 702 to board...

Can't wait to see my mom and dad!!

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Friday, October 10, 2008

You Know This Crow

Last year a pal of mine, who does marketing for a luxe department store, sent me and a few of the girls an invite to view the Modern Amusement menswear collection.

Admittedly I hadn't heard of Modern Amusement nor seen their signature crow symbol around beforehand, but after seeing the clothing and meeting some of the MA team, I was convinced that any boyfriend I had from that point on just had to be dressed in the ultra lifestyle label.

The brand has recently expanded into womenswear -- I'm not a huge tee girl, but this one definitely caught my eye for its side pockets, stripes and stitching.

This is one crow I want to get to know more.

I'm Lovin it: The Cut Copy show last night was PHENOMENAL -- and that ain't one word of a lie. I'm slightly deaf from the ear-splitting acoustics, but very, very happy. The Presets as an opening act were awesome, the crowd was completely in good spirits (everyone was dancing their faces off) and Cut Copy encored with "Hearts On Fire". Best night ever.

I'm Over it: Foot ligament. Still torn.

Track of the Day: Steve Aoki of Dim Mak Records did a Weird Science remix of Snoop Dogg's cheesy song "Sexual Eruption". It's kind of good. Click here to see what I mean.

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Thursday, October 09, 2008

Ricci Rich

I'm a member of this fabulous private online shopping club called the Gilt Group, which basically has two or more sales a day on brands like See by Chloe, J. Lindeberg, Milly New York, Oscar de la Renta, Edun, 3.1 Philip Lim and all your other favorite glossy mag-friendly labels at SEVERELY discounted prices.

With Sunday night at the annual Hollywood Life Style Awards in L.A. upcoming, I can't stop thinking about pretty dresses.

Then the Gilt Group decided to have a sale on Nina Ricci -- designed by Olivier Theskyens, formerly of Rochas, by the way -- and there I saw two absolutely adorable dresses.

And then I remembered I already had a dress to wear.


I'm Lovin' it: OMFG (as Gossip Girl would say). My girl Ovitch scored us tickets to the Cut Copy show tonight. Apparently Ticketmaster released more online this morning, and she got on them just in time because 10 minutes later, they were sold out again. I love Cut Copy, but not as much as I do Ovitch right now. Hearts!

I'm Over it: I badly, badly sprained a foot ligament after my night run on Tuesday. Basically, I'm limping and I have shooting pains in my foot when I walk. Not good. Especially because tonight requires me to dance my face off.

Track of the Day: Hearts On Fire by Cut Copy. For obvious reasons. There was a lot of fist pumping going on in Ovitch's car about half an hour ago.

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Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Boo From Choo

Not that I really should be investing or looking at sunglasses -- considering the climate dropped about 10 degrees from yesterday in my fair city -- but I saw these pair of Jimmy Choos on a model yesterday and couldn't get them out of my head all night.

They're called the "Boo", in all their black-framed and grey tonal-lensed gloriousness. They might as well have "glamourous" stamped on them.

Too bad I won't have them for the weekend, as I'm flying to L.A. to cover the Hollywood Life Style Awards this Sunday night.

I could've made like Victoria Beckham and rocked sunnies on the red carpet, three-quarter turn pose in full force.

On second, no.

I'm Lovin' it: I wish my entire closet consisted of Isabel Marant. There wasn't a single thing in her cowgirl-slash-rocker Spring '09 collection I could say one negative thing about. See, even right now I'm speechless.

I'm Over it: So. Damn. Sore. Today. Running with TC last night was quite the workout, especially since one of his strides equalled two and a half of his. Yeow. Even my abs hurt. But it's a good kind of hurt.

From Kost to Kost: Jeremy Kost snapped Kaiser Karl smiling! He's all gums and no teeth!

Track of the Day: And If You Go by GIRLS (nyc) from New York, New York. Shake it to the haunting vocals and fast-paced instrumental goodness, courtesy of Johnny and Mikey.

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Tuesday, October 07, 2008

These Are A Few Of My Favorite Things...

I figured it was time for another edition of Haute Hippie's "These Are A Few Of My Favorite Things..."

Let's see what caught my eye over the past couple of days, shall we?

1. This dress from Chanel Spring '09. The abstract skirt print, the open-toe lace ups, the ruffled trim of the corset-esque top...I could do without the headpiece, though.

2. If I was dating someone seriously and it was his birthday (or it was Christmas), I'd be getting him this hooded blazer from Ont Front.

3. Anything Lovenia. This dress with ruffled tiers, designed by Lovenia's Heidi Handler, reminds me of the Lanvin wedding gown from Carrie's Vogue shoot scene in the Sex and the City movie. I like the short bolero blazer pairing, too.

4. I was obsessed with a picture The Arab Parrot took of a girl who channeled old school and new school Chanel (check back a few posts in the archives). Japanese label Julius Garden -- which has everything from art to clothes to shoes to accessories -- did mad cool, Lagerfeld-worthy pairs of fingerless gloves.

5. Shoes, shoes, shoes from Australia's Tristan Blair. More specifically, her "Snow Blind" collection for Fall/Winter '09 has me drooling badly.

I'm Lovin' it: Running with Monsieur TC after work tonight on a sunny evening -- getting the boy into a fitness regimen. After yesterday's downpour, I thought we were screwed for today. Maybe I really can make that tan last.

I'm Over it: Rent the flick "88 Minutes" with Al Pacino only if you're into seeing really, really bad movies. DB and I lasted through 38 minutes of it last night before turning it off to watch Curb Your Enthusiasm instead. It was waaaay better.

Track of the Day: We stopped in Zulu Records on Saturday so we could buy our M83 tickets and so DB could pick up the new The Rapture CD, but not before perusing through the listening stations first. Thanks to Zulu's amazing breakdown of artists news albums by genre, I now j'adore electro-pop/shoegaze band Friendly Fires from the UK.

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Monday, October 06, 2008

Shoulder Shrug

Paris Fashion Week is always, always, always among the top two in the Fashion Week circuit for me.

The City of Lights is one, while the other is usually interchangeable. Milan was the other this year.

Across the runways, there has been a lot of strong shoulders, a look that fascinates me because it looks amazing on the catwalk (and on the streets of Paris), but completely impractical seeming in the day-to-day life of a North American.

Margiela, Balenciaga, Chloe (now designed by Hannah MacGibbon, who once worked under Phoebe Philo), Louis Vuitton...many of the big names emphasized the shoulder.

I find my love for this silhouette growing slowly week by week, and it's become a new mission for me to find a strong-shouldered, long, navy blazer like the one below. Of course, her whole outfit is fantastic.

The runway shot below is from Marc Jacobs' Louis Vuitton Spring '09 collection -- for some reason, I am quite partial to the look.

Those triple gold stripes might have something to do with it.

I'm Lovin' it: This badass shot of Elle's Kate Lanphear. Rock star. It's the chunky jewelry. Obsessed.

I'm Lovin' it, Part Deux: Scoring tickets to the M83 show at the end of November!

I'm Over it: Monday movie night. Well, let's clarify. It's not that I'm over movie night at all, it's just I'm hoping this time DB actually lets me listen to the movie dialogue instead of muting it and throwing on Left Of Center indie rock in the background. Watching "Sleeping With The Enemy" on TV with a Friendly Fires and Crystal Castles soundtrack is...interesting. Kidding, it's actually not half terrible, especially when bad 90s movie dialogue is covered by awesome music.

I'm Over it, Part Deux: My new and very cheap H&M umbrella that does everything but keep me from getting wet. DB and I were not happy with it on Saturday afternoon. Into the garbage and out of my life it goes. Note to self: Spend the extra 10 bucks and get a good umbrella next time, instead of cheaping out.

Track of the Day: Aims and I were at Gravity Pope on Friday night when the best house song I've heard in a long time came on. I had to stop myself from dancing between the Alexander McQueens, Creative Recs, Tsubos and Jeffrey Campbells. Thanks to the Gravity Pope gal who wrote the song name and artist down for me. Enjoy Alone from Tennishero.

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