Tuesday, August 3, 2010

ckparis, balenciaga first and fox tail

hello people. how are you all doing?

moi? hanging out in burberry platforms, distressed vintage belt,
all saints smooshy huge shirt, faded blue mini and
balenciaga white first avec le fox tail.
my bal first is chevre leather, not agneau, and yes, there is a difference.
the bal first is the only bag that seems to do well with my fox tail. the tail is shades of black, white, grey and lavender.
the first adorable teenager who goes crazy over the tail when they see me irl just may find themselves to be the new owner.
sorry, i am keeping my white bal first.

did true blood deliver or what?
sorry, fanny, i will protect you!
love alcide.
love tara.
love sookie.
love eric.
ok, you get the pix.

see you on the astral plane.


Pret a Porter P said...

i like the smooshy all saints tee

Anonymous said...

That's soo nice of you to give the tail away! Also, I freaki' love Lafayette!!! He's sooo funny! I can't wait for the next episode! I'm sooo mad at Bill!

Pret a Porter P said...

-ps. which all saints did you go to? Aventura or Lincoln? I won't be able to take a trip down to Miami this month though! But I really would like to check the store out eventually.

Philippe Öhlund said...

Hi Chauss! :-)

Yup, I've decided it's time to read Anonymous Rex - next month!

I've still some stuff to do this month, but next month I'll get the book.

Hopefully I'll have time to read it then.

Have a great day! :-)

chauss said...

i've been to both and suprisingly like the vibe better at aventura.
i didn't like the mb store.
but i dont love lincoln road.
and then again, i dont love aventura mall, but the all saints store is good.

chauss said...

it's about time.

Charleston said...

grunge chic! x


Fanny said...

thanks babe xoxo

Style Odyssey said...

you're wearing one of my favorite looks: denim mini, wide belt, big smooshy tee, ankle boots...
i'm kicking myself for not checking out all saints when i had the chance. grrr...i'd forgotten about them til -h said at lunch "did you go to all saints yet?" duh. next time. xo

Debbie said...

I love the huge shirt and mini together! Too cute :)

Clem said...

This fox tail is amazing ! It reminds me so much of the Louis Vuitton one !!

Love. C.

Philippe Öhlund said...

Chauss, it's Philippe. :-)

You know I did try to get the book.

I went to the biggest bookstores in Stockholm, and they didn't have the book.

Here in Lyon they cannot even find it in their computers at FNAC.

I would not buy anything online, so it will have to be if I visit the US again, which means never.

Well, sooner or later I will get it, but I have more urgent things to do than to look for books we obviously don't have in Europe.

chauss said...

phillipe, why wouldn't you buy anything online?
i buy lots of stuff. stress free.

Philippe Öhlund said...

Chauss, I don't trust the system.

It is one thing to buy something and pay a certain amount in cash.

But it is a whole other story to give out your entire account.

Since I'm a resident of a new country, it will also take me some time to get a new card here.

Unfortunately, the European Union has not done away with the local governments yet.

There is one set of rules for Belgium, one for Sweden, and yet another one for France.

And there is no coordination in between the different societies whatsoever.

But maybe that is good since Belgians are paesants, Swedes communists, and French - well, I'm still figuring out that one...

Maybe you have an advantage who live in a superpower.

The disadvantage is that you have become the redcoats of our time.

It was a disaster that the south lost the civil war in the U.S., but I'm glad you are not racists.

We didn't like the Soviet Union because they were so patronizing, not to talk about Nazi-Germany.

Now the U.S. has placed itself in that position.

It is a curse to be the superpower.

Israel is set to take over that position in due time from the U.S., and I wonder how they will handle it.

Egypt was a magnificent and undisputed superpower for 3.000 years, and look at it today.

Greece used also to be a magnificent superpower, but today it is poor country and one of the smallest nations in Europe.

Rome was also a great power, but today Italy is just one of 27 countries in the EU, with almost nothing to say.

And unfortunately the Italians don't speak Latin anymore.

It is unbelievable how fast things can change!

We should not despise our birthright.

apparellel said...

looking extremely hot!!


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