It’s Wednesday, and in Massachusetts its expected to reach 59 degrees. For those of you who aren’t math or science buffs, thats almost 60 degrees. Which means that the weather is almost becoming nice again. Therefore, the urgency to get “swimsuit ready” is increasing exponentially as the days pass. For some humpday inspiration peep Zimmermann’s 2012 collections. If you’re anything like me the hotness will radiate off the screen and into your retinas simulating a uv experience like that of a 15 minute tanning bed sesh. Enjoy
High Summer 2012 Collection:
Being that the following is from a Parisian magazine, the pictures clearly do not take place in California. But who cares, I live in massachusetts and from here Paris and San Diego are basically the same thing. last week the temperatures here hit the high seventies, this week they have dropped down to the low twenties. The moral of the story is: Let’s all move to San Diego where the average temperature is something like 75 degrees, there is a never-ending supply of burritos, Tijuana is just over the border, and surfers instinctively flock like the salmon of Capistrano. Who’s with me?
L’Officiel Paris February 2012, –
Photographed by Alexander Neumann
Like wide leg pants, maxi dresses, jumpsuits and insanely bold prints, Neil Krug’s photography kinda makes you feel like you’re looking through a kinky and eccentric strangers photo album circa 1970. One that you find at a tag sale in a box under a dusty Creedence record. Shots were taken on polaroid film…which blows my analogue mind further. I think I’m in love. My obsession with seedy pulp magazine covers led me to this collection. Though there are many more where this came from, I’m specifically lusting over the Native American/Western inspired shots which fuel my love for Native American culture (ref 5th grade history class). That being said, I urge you to seek out the rest of his collection THIS IS THE EPITOME OF STYLE.The book is out this month.