wear: Kat Graham’s Style

It’s easy to fawn over people who dress classically, who never veer away from the expected norm; I do it all the time on this blog. But every now and then, it doesn’t hurt to praise those who are not afraid to take fashion risks ( and successfully pull them off) and actress/singer Kat Graham is one … Continue reading

appreciate/watch/wear: Fall 2014 New York Fashion Week

It’s that time of the year again: another fashion-filled week is set to fall upon in New York City tomorrow. For seven days, renowned designers will be showing off their latest creations, some of which are bound to making red carpet appearances of our favorite style stars in the near future. Here on “Thought I … Continue reading

appreciate: Fornasetti

I had seen the portrait of this woman’s face everywhere, finding her image fascinating and creepy at the same time, but I never knew who the artist was until recently when I saw the imagery again on Instagram. Italian artist Piero Fornasetti was a jack of all trades in his field: he was a painter, … Continue reading

wear: Olivia Wilde’s Style

I am not afraid to admit it: I have a huge girl crush on Olivia Wilde. Sure, I love me some Emma Stone and Jennifer Lawrence (don’t we all?) , but Olivia Wilde trumps them all in my heart. For starters, she is probably one of the most laid-back, low-key celebrities in the business right … Continue reading

Wear: Cushnie et Ochs

It’s always refreshing to see young up and coming designers become successful in their fields for creating fresh innovative ideas, and Parsons trained designer Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs have done just that. The duo formed their company in 2008 after graduating, using their awesome last names for the edgy, yet feminine design label.  Ever … Continue reading

Live: Symmetry in an Unexpected Way

Subconsciously, when most people design the interior of their homes, they tend to arrange things symmetrically, with the intention of giving balance to the entire space. For the most part, the end result tends to be a little sterile and too perfect. A solution to this is to have pieces that are a mix of … Continue reading

Appreciate: Bernard Lorjou’s “Vase de Fleurs” series

Even though Vincent van Gogh, Henri Matisse, and Edvard Munch are the more well-known expressionists, French artist Bernard Lorjou contributed a lot to the 20th century art world. At the age of 13, the self-taught artist left home and slept in train stations until he found a job as a silk designer and became successful. … Continue reading

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