February 10, 2010

oh my god an alpaca

Thank you for all the kind and supportive emails re my last post, which made me decide that I officially have The Most Awesomest Readers In The World. Let's all have a tea party where we talk about the 90's and Japanese street style and Freaks and Geeks, yes? *the little less-than-three symbols, because if I actually typed it out, the html would be messed up, and I refuse to resort to alt+3, because that heart is so myspace*

Anyway, apologies for the slow-down in posting, I have been a little busy pretending to clean my room but actually listening to the Pixies:
this is where i keep the crap.
PHOTOGRAPH THIS, SELBY. I cannot see my floor. Except in a couple places, that I have memorized in my head, so I know where to step in case of fire hazard/when I get up in the middle of the night and my lights are out and I can't see anything and I'm on my way to the bathroom when my Spock bobblehead randomly says "You are being highly illogical" and I freak out.
this is where i keep the other crap.
Please note: empty glasses from days before, overflowing trash, fake cigarettes for when I want to scare Sheba because she once had a dream about me smoking and it freaked her out. Hyuk hyuk hyuk.

This is, in fact, how my room also looked a couple months ago (I am obviously very progressive!) when Tommy paid a visit from Canadaland to photograph my space and me for Vogue Paris. I panicked and mostly shoved everything into a corner, but he was very pleasant and understanding and worked around my Heaps of Important Junk. Then we ate leftover pizza and talked about blogging politics (because we are srs bzns) and The September Issue and Hamish Bowles in drag.Some of my Junk is on a shelf.
Also, please note VERY SERIOUS BLOGGING EXPRESSION.
Some of my Junk is organized in a creepy homage to Bob Dylan. Some may even call it a SHRINE. But that would be creepy. So we do not call it that.
scans via
Anyone wanna email me a translation of the article/leave it in the comments? Because that would be lovely. ETA: I have a translation now, thanks!!
Thank you, Tommy and Vogue Paris!!

Speaking of Paris, a little rundown of outfits from couture week:Untitled 3
pictures via Cafe Mode and Grazia
What I wore to Dior and Armani. The usual mixing-prints-of-the-same-colors, blah. And comfy orthopedic shoes. Also this coat makes me feel like a ghost, which is quite lovely. Also I had to take off the hat to get in and out of the car.
Comme des Garcons coat, Topshop tights, vintage t-shirt (gift, but you can barely see it anyway) and shoes (Salvation Army), Stephen Jones for Dior hat. And Prada skirt, which I bought on eBay after posting about that collection and deciding the universe would be sucked into a black hole if I didn't own the lipstick skirt. After which, my father reminded me that the universe does not, in fact!, revolve around me, and my closet, and, consequently, I cannot buy any more clothes for a couple months. Wah wah.

You can kind of see the colors better here, or, Some Other Excuse For Posting This Picture Because I Sometimes Brag About Things:
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Only one of my favorite pictures ever. Also, I will have really good stories to tell my grandchildren, when I live in a house like Grey Gardens and my hair is about the same color.

What I wore to Chanel, as documented by Hanneli (who is like..the nicest person? ever? and also owns all of my dream shoes?)
Vintage sweater and shoes (both Salvation Army) and hat (gift); Hussein Chalayan dress (via Opening Ceremony); H&M tights. I wanted to wear the dress because it matched my robot alien hair and then mix the fuzzy black textures of the sweater and hat (and shoes, though the fuzzy factor is less severe in that case.)

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Two pictures (from Grazia and Tommy Ton for style.com) pieced together because I forgot to ask my dad if he could take one when it was light out.
I find the second picture so amusing, especially the version with my dad in it, har har. ONCE AGAIN, I AM SO SRS BZNS. My moleskine is full of secrets.

Anyway wore this to Givenchy. I wanted to wear these vintage sunglasses that make everything look pretty and 70's movie-ish through them. Unless somebody is Anna Wintour, I think wearing sunglasses indoors or when it's dark out is kind of d-baggy. And I wore these both indoors AND when it was dark out! But we all know I am a d-bag anyway, plus they're Givenchy, so it seemed approps. Built the outfit around them and the tortoiseshell. Vintage coat and sunglasses (both gifts) and skirt (via Salvation Army), Tin Tin t-shirt (can't really see) was a gift from a swap with Isabel, Yokoo chain, Jonathan Aston red tights and Pamela Mann blue tights (both via MyTights), and Comme des Garcons shoes.
These are all colors I consider to be "fall colors," so I guess I tried to balance that out with the brown. And then lipstick (Chanel) to balance out the red shoes with some red on top.
The tights work by putting on one pair and then putting the other pair on only one leg (over the first pair) and tying its other leg in a knot around your waist. The second pair kind of awkwardly fell down at some points, BUT, awkward can be very fun, especially when it makes other people uncomfortable, and I am spiteful like that.
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And with Hanneli, with whom I can speak Norwegian and feel cool and stuff. Heiiii Hanneli. Du ma sove med ett oye apent. Jeg er Proenza sulten.
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Well, this was about the most narcissistic post ever! On an unrelated note, all this snow outside needs to leave, like, now. Two months ago it would've been exciting, but now it's just like the weather gods are Jay Leno and the snow is the punchline to his joke, which he always repeats, like, twelve times.

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MarishkaRI0tkhsiram said...

on your final note, it's funny because snow is very exciting right now in what you call "Canadaland", considering we haven't had snow in eons.

Beautiful outfits! My favourite one is the one who wore for Dior/Armani.

Good job on your success. Hopefully your future grandkidlets will take something to consideration from it. :P

http://mttsuihka.blogspot.com

M. said...

Don't worry about the room clutter- I'm a costume designer and have over a decade on you in age (not in style ho!)- my room looks EXACTLY like that when I'm working form home. . .
Love LOVE LOVE your blog, you're an inspiration!!!

moesha said...

your room looks like the art room from my high school

Bay Faye said...

Fun fun! I love the French article.

Ouais...you are quite the mini-ICONE!

Loves :]

[ StrawberiiStarz ] said...

Rawr.

I love the outfits! D: I haven't been on blogspot enough to comment on your past posts. Sorry ;~; I still care and read when I can! I'm just..in another state at the moment without my own personal laptop!

Great pictures n__n AS ALWAYS, my dear.

Madeline and Sophie said...

My god, your amazing. I wish i was you every single minute of my life you are so lucky people say, but to me you are talented. Cherish every single day! Please view my blog, i need all of your help (you viewers) to check my blog, PLEASE leave a comment and join as a follower. i would appreciate this beyond your belief. Thank you

Stephanie said...

It is sad to see from the looks of all your photos that your parents do not love you enough to ensure that you live your childhood before entering into a world in which women trade sex for photos shoots, anorexics are praised for their willpower, and the only thing you will ever learn is that one minute you're in and in the blink of an eye, you're out.

Hadley said...

so i am reading this post, thinking how BEAUTIFUL and inspiring you are, and i decide why not post a comment telling you this and thanking of you for sharing the photos? then i realize that you already have two hundred and seven comments to read before mine and i'm really not saying anything new and i almost don't write you anything when i suddenly remember my favorite scene from harold and maude and realize this isn't really a sea of identical daisies. so there, you pretty thing.

Christina said...

Thank you for posting pictures of your room. It makes me feel better about mine, which I've just cleaned, and whose post-sweeping pile of debris consisted solely of hair and thrift store tags.

This only further proves my boyfriends theory that every girl has a messy room. "Every last one of you" he says "no ifs ands or buts."

Stephanie said...

You just continue making me proud! I'm always rooting for you, and I've been on the Tavi side of things from the beginning. The photos from the Dior and Armani shows are so beautiful. Can't wait to read your Moleskine secrets when you write more about the shows! (Speaking of which, your Moleskine being "full of secrets" really reminded me of someone's hair in Mean Girls).

Keep it up, lady!

Stephanie
xx

Laura said...

It still amazes me that you exist because when I was 13 all I did was read Tamora Pierce novels, go to camp and swim competitively (I also may have started drinking coffee then, I was precocious I know).

Anyway my bet here is that you will become vogue's youngest editor in chief ever should you choose to do so. It may make you cranky and evil so I don't advocate it but you've got the talent suga.

molly said...

Why is the fashion world taking advice from a 13 year old? I like how you delete all negative comments. People work years to get this kind of attention. I'm not saying that It's a bad thing, I'm not saying that you should stop doing what you are doing. I am saying that you should give credit where credit is due. To the interns, to the people in college working for their journalist degree, to the people at fit, hoping that they will one day be as important as you. Don't become an overly self centered crazed attention seeking child like Cory Kennedy. It's not fair to anyone. I'm in school working on an MBA, and one day want to work in fashion. You must understand how frustrating it is to see young people getting attention when they do not respect the people who worked so hard to get where they are today. Just please, don't forget the editors, marketers, photographer, designers, interns, columnists who would have killed for your luck. You may be interesting, creative & a very good writer for your age, but it's the luck of the draw. Don't take advantage of this. Hope to see more from you in the future.
-M
Ps: Maybe you'll never read this. Maybe you'll delete it at first glance, but I hope that you don't. I hope you see I'm not trying to rag on you, and that I am just saying what many are thinking.

jddash said...

You find wearing sunglasses inside d-baggy? Does that also refer to people who wear obnoxious hats indoors?

firefly said...

You always look amazing, even at the fashion shows! That outfit you wore to Chanel was classy.

jana.heiss said...

Tavi Tavi- this post makes me think of Moods of Norway- not sure if you know them- fantastic guys, awesome fashion (bright colors with the proper scandinavian snarky-ness) and of course- you can speak norwegian with them as well! Please check them out if you haven't already!

theacracy@gmail.com said...

rofl @ 12x punchline

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lilmissshortee said...

Love what you wore at Chanel :)
Amazing outfit!
And oh my god, HOW do you let your room get like that?! Ha x) I'm a bit OCD about my room, haha!

arielle said...

god you are so fugly and i really don't think your blog is great at all. fashiontoast, jakandjil and thestylishwanderer are so much better. you look like a granny when you're like how young? And it's just sad to see kids like you who are so young and already gushing about brands and spending so freaking much on fashion. We get it that you're rich. Okay?

NYCNavygirl said...

kudos to mr. ansell's comment. and to you, tavi, for posting it.

Winter Wonderland said...

so cool! im am from norway, fun that you can little norwegian :D love your style!

Winter Wonderland said...

so cool! im am from norway, fun that you can little norwegian :D love your style!

zimmy said...

Hi Tavi...I have recently been introduced to your blog by Anna's (Fitz), I work for Anna's Mother and she was telling me about you the other day. You definitely have a knack for fashion and writing...keep up the good work! But what I love the most about you is your love for Bobby...I also have a shrine!
peace,
Elaine

RINO said...

Tu es fantastique.

Liz OT said...

You are too cool for words.

Marion said...

Hello tavi, I am a blogeuse piece of news but I am a former reader of your blog. I go on your blog everything in daytime and, as I am French, I spend time translating your blog, bye and I esperad that you liaras this. my blog: http://macarons-tout-rond-du24.blogspot.com

sunkentreasure said...

I think you are great!

fanfareforlibrarians said...

aha, så flott, norsk?

love the yokoo chain, i must say!

fanfareforlibrarians said...

aha, så flott, norsk?

love the yokoo chain, i must say!

http://fanfareforlibrarians.wordpress.com/

zoomslow said...

The Stephen Jones for Dior hat is really quite magical and brings a little bit of “Alice In Wonderland” whenever you enter a room (Have you seen Jan Svankmajer’s “Alice”?). And thanks for purchasing the lipstick skirt [<33], and therefore saving us from being sucked into a black hole. It was very considerate of you! The Chanel outfit is my favourite. Such a pretty combination of elements… The dress with its swirling pattern of blues and greens is so interesting – but not overpowering (and of course matches your hair beautifully). And then the rest of the outfit being in black, really helps emphasise the blue elements. The tights and little Victorianesque boots. And then the woolly texture of your hat and jumper. So much visual and textural interest – but then you keep it all under control by limiting the colours and maintaining a fairly simple silhouette. Great job! And thanks for observing that “the fuzzy factor is less severe in” the shoes :-))))

P.S I also really liked the outfit you’re wearing in the picture with your dad/body-guard (that was so funny!). But I’ve already commented on it.

bonjouritsjinah said...

This is my room too. It's totally ok.

Margot & Cléa said...

Hey Tavi !
We are from Pars and we would like to interview you for our blogspot.
Please tell us
Thank you
Margot and Clea

Emlyn said...

I was going to tell you that you looked sooo much like little Edie in the vogue scan where you're standing in front of your house with that scarfy looking hat on and that amazing green jacket omm. Also holy what the last time I commented on your blog there were only 60 comments per post, so hardly any chance you'll read this not, but reading your last post, just wanted to let you know you have the most integrity of any blogger or editor I can think of, and NOTHING anyone says or does will stop me from reading your blog.

Erina said...

i love love love you and your blog! all this mean-spirited criticism is silly, and if any of those people were familiar with your blog and what you post and concern yourself with on here, they wouldn't be saying such dumb things. congratulations on everything great that's been happening for you! you should be super happy and proud! haters gonna hate, i guess, but as an avid reader and a blogger, i'm always pleased with your posts and everything that you share! thanks!! :)

wlotus said...

Besides the fact that you are cute as all heck, I like how the photographer made these shots. I've printed these photos out to add to my scrapbook of photography inspiration.

Banshee said...

Great experience !
And you look amazing =)

Camille said...

Hey I'm french and I saw you on the Vogue Paris and it's how I discovered you lol and You like amazing ! Continue ! <3

mariam said...

adorable tavi!
http://littlevoguette.blogspot.com/
im going to mention you in the blog after the next one i do
thankssxo

Lady C said...

Funtastic blog! Congradulations :D

frl.zucker said...

OMG, LOVE freaks and geeks!!! best tv show ever!!!

induviaette said...

I am fairly new to this blog to be honest, but gotta say you are without a doubt the best teenager ever.And being 15, I know a lot of teenagers. And you are so funny:
"Unless somebody is Anna Wintour, I think wearing sunglasses indoors or when it's dark out is kind of d-baggy. And I wore these both indoors AND when it was dark out! But we all know I am a d-bag anyway.."
I laughed and laughed and laughed.
A clever, funny, fashion-lover who can write well too? Awesome!
My new favourite blog :)

C said...

That pic of you and John G has sent me into orbit a few times today. It is just fanfreakingtastic.

Went to the newsstand this morning SPECIFICALLY to buy "The Tavi Issue" of Vogue Paris. :-)
Now, would you be even more of a doll and post the translation? (Or did you already and I've missed it?)

You are my hero, girl. I would be so unbelievably proud to have you for a daughter.

Thanks for all the joy you bring to the world!

vêtements déments said...

Apologies if it's been suggested before, but if you haven't read it I believe you'd enjoy the book Style Deficit Disorder - I'm halfway through it and it's a very interesting chronicle of Japanese street style.

PS - I think it's wonderful that you are able to be so expressive at so young an age.
PPS - I am quite jealous of your messy room - I wasn't able to accumulate clutter until I moved out, haha.

Anonymous said...

i love in the first messy photo there is a dior magazine haha love ittt!!!!!!!!!
-sky

Hanna Mathilde said...

Elsker at du snakker norsk :D
I love looking into your blogg from time to time, it inspires me! Keep being you ;)

Anais said...

Dude, you are awesome! The problem these days is that everybody wants to be popular and will do anything for their 5 seconds of fame. Some never achieve it and when they see a young person, that is just being herself and doing what she wants, they get jealous. Keep up the good work and I hope I can still be your admirer 10 years from now!

Cassiopeia said...

Loving this post. Despite having only just redecorated my bedroom, I now want green walls... Loving the silver hair too :D Xxxc

L... said...

I love, love , love it !!!

Megan said...

You sat on a couch with John Galliano!!!! Is there an interview video somewhere? Too cool lady!

Kim said...

Who writes your shit? Diablo Cody?

toopoorforcouture said...

Wow, what adventures. I'll live vicariously through you.

messiih said...

OMG tavi i want to be you.

messiih said...

OMG tavi i want to be you.

messiih said...

OMG tavi i want to be you.

messiih said...

OMG tavi i want to be you.

messiih said...

OMG tavi i want to be you.

messiih said...

OMG tavi i want to be you.

Karen said...

Look at new Brit designer Jayne Pierson she is luxe and future forward www.jaynepierson.co.uk. She is showing at Paris & London Fashion Weeks. Preview A/W 2010 Collection 'Titania's Dream' at London Fashion Week designers.co.uk

Chrisitian Perez said...

ohh tavi u r soo lucky! =) btw love ur hair

http://ricomango.blogspot.com/

Closet Case Vintage said...

I cleaned my room the other day and my boyufriend said "Carmen! Where do you get off buying a floor when you haven't got the budget for it?!"

Priceless.

stephy said...

Hey Tavi,

I don't get to drop on by your site often, but as I notice your predilection towards hats, I didn't know if you were aware of this fine lady's wares:
http://www.behidadolic.com/Shop.html

Might not be your style but I think they would look lovely on you (and me... and everyone :)

Vanessa said...

One question only: Why the FUCK do you have to have disgusting GREY hair? As if your hag-like appearance wasn't already eye-blinding enough. I've read through your blogs so cut the crap. You're only "noticed" because you're young. 5 years from now = some premature wrinkly finicky lady kthanks ugly.

La Dolce Moda said...

Tavi!
Speechless... I adore the way you write and describe, it's incredibly original. I would be honored if you could check out some of my posts (don't worry if you can't, no problemo... but I'd love if you could)

http://ladolcemoda7.blogspot.com/

Betsy said...

your outfit is gorgeous!

Zoe said...

Thank you for always posting such great things! I loved the Dior and Armani show outfits especially!

CiCi said...

amazing style, your such an inspiration.

d.o.f. said...

i just read your blog for the first time, and i love your posts. it's amazing how sophisticated your sentences are, and how very honest you are = very entertaining, love it. honesty is great. please keep it up!
cheers

Susan said...

Tavi.

I have been following you for a couple months now (via blog world. promise I'm not a creep! ha)

I'm sure you have heard this abundantly... but GIRL, you got it going on!

I'm in college learning about Marketing and all that jazz and I'm continually inspired by your passions for the artistic expression that fashion brings to life and the written word.

You should, no you NEED to write a book. Maybe a summer project or something I know you still "have" to go to school and all (psh, in my opinion school is for fools!) just kidding...but really.

write a book.
i'd buy it.
heck, i'd Market it for you lol.

Anyway, long story short you're inspirational. Keep pursing your passions and sprinkling seeds of your ideas, opinions and perceptions on life and style!

People love it. obviously.

Much Love,
Your Friend Susan.

red carpet beauty said...

Du ser fantastisk ut som alltid. Tenkte jeg skulle kommentere slik at du fikk se at du har norske lesere ogsaa. Gleder meg til å se hva du finner på neste gang, du er amazing.

origami said...
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origami said...

These pictures are fantastic! I especially love the colors in the first few from the article. Reminds me of the picture the Fug Girls used (nicely) of you when they gave props for your headgear:

http://gofugyourself.celebuzz.com/2010/02/13/96668616.jpg

"We whole-heartedly salute teen blogger Tavi for working the turban like a tiny Joan Collins at Alexander Wang. As regular readers know, we have no higher praise. We hope she's having a fun fashion week. "

Anywho, your outfits are really awesome throughout, and boy oh boy do I love that chain scarf and Hanneli's boots! :D

Monstertoke said...

how the fuck does all this cool shit happen to you? do you write letters? are your parents super rich? wtf

CorinaLily said...

So, I checked out your blog because a friend of mine said you were 'the coolest 13 year old IN THE WORLD'. See, I have teenagers, and they are pretty freaking cool, so I was doubtful. But, she was right. Wow. :)

Sealion said...

I just have ONE question : how fun is it to look and act like you're 30 years old when you're only 13 ?
I really don't understand...

Benoit said...

Hie Tavi!

Really funny to see you 'in real' because I just read the pages you posted (I'm French and read Vogue Paris)

The journalist said you were doing something with Rei Kawakubo (am I writing the name correctly?), is that true?

Oh the journalist added is was 'top secret' so I will understand if you prefer not responding. Whatever it is I hope it will come to light.

Anyway, what's the feeling to meet those stars from the Fashion World? It would be great if your response (if there is one) is posted on my blog because your comment pages are surrounded with comments.

If I'm speaking in a weird English, remember I'm French. By the way it was too nice your asking for a translation.

à bientôt

kelsea said...

I LOVE THIS POST
you lucky duck, tavi.

Miou' said...

Hi !
I read the article about you ! I'm really fascinating (is it English ? xD)of you !you're ....Awesome ! I hope you'll have git the future which you want !

xoxo
Miou'

PS:Sorry for my bad in English , I'm just an French pupil !

indiefashion77 said...

I really do love. Don't worry about that messy room my room is much worse...really I am telling you the truth. How amazing was it to be featured in Vogue Paris! What a dream come true!!!

Emma said...
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Emma said...

Hi Tavi,

I have been a fan of your blog for a long time, but this is the first time I've left a comment.

Re: your 2/7 post:

Being a semi-grown-up 90s girl who was once accused of having my parents write my papers because "a teenager couldn't possibly have written this," I can't help but relate just a little. I can't honestly say that those sorts of peanut-gallery remarks ever end, or get any less, well, trifling.

However, in time, you will inevitably connect with quietly appreciative people like myself, who would gladly send disapproving stares, an upturned nose, and perhaps even an audible "harrumph" in the direction of your detractors. That, and you will always, always have the better shoes.

You are just great, Tavi. This may sound melodramatic, but just knowing that young people like you exist gives me hope that the world hasn't gone to hell in a superficial, ugg-boot-wearing handbasket.

thesylemonster said...

We love you Tavi !

- The Style Monsters

http://www.thestylemonster.com/

Isis Swaby said...

aaw sweet -- artful junk similar to my room.

Lara Maria said...

Your outfits are great !!

Lara Maria said...

Your outfits are great !!

Patricia said...

I just discovered your blog by reading the article about you in Vogue Paris magazine this morning. Your blog is amazing, cangratulations. A pleasure to read, and very impressive !

Aïcha b. said...

haaa gosh i'm so jealous of you ! i love what the french vogue says it's really nice <3 bisous

Karolina said...

wow, er du norsk eller foreldrene dine er det? det kom som en heftig overraskelse! :D men uansett, elsker stilen din. livet ditt og alt! du er utrolig flink med alt du gjør :)

stå på! :)

Ludivine said...

you're so cool! and you're so lucky to have all these great opportunities!!

xx

http://www.ludivine-avenue.blogspot.com/

Braden said...

&lt;3 = <3

http://www.wendy-kristy.com said...

Wonderful post!
Your blog is really exceptional!!

http://www.wendy-kristy.com said...

Wonderful post!
Your blog is really exceptional!!

Peach Coco Zoë said...

you are awesome!

na0mi08 said...

TOO MUCH COCAIN TO WHERE YOU WERE AT.. ONLY 13... i ;m SURE THAT you were the only person whose interest there was style and fashion.. not money or cocain :D GOOD LUCK iLL FOLLOW YOUR POSTS WHEN iLL REMEMEBR KISS:*

Loré Loré said...

Congratulations Tavi on this mag feature! The photographs & you look great! You also featured on the Melbourne Australia MX Mag last week how exciting for you! All the best :)

JLM[X] said...

OMG TAVI!
How is it possible that someone's sense of style that is already great has become absolutely fantastic?

I love your outfits with John Galliano and the one holding that cute little Chanel bag. I am absolutely jealous of you for life. But while doing so, adoring you with infinite jest (haha, Macbeth [Shakespeare] reference!)


http://fashioncontagious.blogspot.com

Célia said...

Hi ! I'm French and I know your fantastic blog because of Voge Paris. I love your blog and your hats ! ,
Kisses.

FASH ON said...

Okay wow your amazing! I love all your outfits and the way your carry yourself, very mature :)

x

www.thefashon.com

Heidi said...

i love that you have been featured in vogue! my favourite pic is the one with your gorgeous grey shaded hair and the pink bow - divine! if only i had had the web and blogging available to me as a person at your age, the mind boggles! i have written about grey hair and how gorgeous it looks, so i applaud you tavi. i do wonder how you would feel about grey hear when it actually begins to appear on its own though? hee hee Hx

AgatheLemaire said...

hey !

im french and thanks to this Paris Vogue i discovered a wonderful girl. I love what youre doing.you are so mature.

some people say " you know im passionate by fashion " without knowing what they're talking about , but you , you can say that , because you absolutely know what you are talking about.

and know when im talking to my friends im very proud to say " have you heard about Tavi G. ??" :) hehe

Xoxo

Nina said...

*sigh* It's so not fair how you are so dang amazing ! (Hehe) You're lucky you went to fashion week. Wish I could've gone *tsk tsk*. But anyways, these pictures are glamorous in a cute, edgy way ! Well all of your pictures are but this is one of my top 200 pics XD. My friend and I both agree that you are by FAR the most glamorous, beautiful, chic, stylish, amazing person we've ever seen ! Some people may not feel this way, but I certainly do ! :D. And that rainbow-ish scarf you were wearing in some of these pictures was DEFINITELY something I tried and failed at making. I used this vomit-green yarn tinted with orange, (sounds blechk-y) and I finger-weaved it, but it was too loose and I could NOT get it to stay tight ! Grr. But whatever. PS: I. LOVE. FASHION.

thilde90 said...

Check out all the designers from Oslo Fashion Week. I think you'll love it!

Siden du er norsk, passer det jo bra:)

Little Lady said...

girl, you got style! i love this<3

Ula said...

You have really your own style and do not copy anyone. I like it where do you get soo many ideas for it. My ouftits are always annoying :D

Back said...

my room looks like that as well....but i like it that way

RATU said...

You have a unique style. You're dare to match things with your own eccentric style :) I love your fashion stuff, such as shoes, jackets etc. It's all cute and awesome :D

PS: Love that big pink bow!

P0urQu0! Pas said...

Hi Tavi,
It's Pauline of "Comme des Garcons PERFUME".
Thanks for tee shirt, it's really cute.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!! ;-)

Jade said...

I love your style and I love your computer haha! :)
Really ! I love your clothes ! You've 13 and you're very...hm...fashion? I'm not English so... my vocabulary is bad but really, I love your blog (too). I love a lot of things in you...:) lol. I am your age and I was just wondering how you do to become as popular, I am your age and I was just wondering how you do to become as popular. So tell me how because this question is stupid but I really laying. (my blog too..he is older but if you want reply :) - http://22h23.skyrock.com/ - )
xxx

Cry said...

Ho, thanks Tavi, I french and i didn't buy the Vogue.

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biotechnology said...

Your shoes are amazing.

Raggedy Ann said...

Do you speak norwegian? Thats so cool. I'm from Norway. I have no objections if you ever wanted to practise the language further, just say the word!

Poppy said...

WOW!!!!!
I love that picture of you sitting on the steps with your skirt billowed out. So. Pretty.
Love Poppy
http://poppysperspective.blogspot.com/

Laura said...

I have seen the first picture in the Glamour magazine (:

sKinny genes said...

Tavi, you are a total inspiration, i am 14 and i live in a small country town in England, and literally everyone here is either frumpy or square. your blog is great because i feel like you have sort of the same mindstory as me.
thankyou!
Ella
xxx
PS - http://facehunter.blogspot.com/
PPS - the pixies are awesome, right?

Eline said...

I just love your writing!
Really admire your style! I don't think any other person in the world looks the same. Amazing. You're surprising me every time again.

punkius said...

I love this post just because I'm so jealous of you being in Vogue Paris. I LOVE VOGUE PARIS more than anything. Tavi, could we be bffs???

Megan xx said...

That is so unfair- even when your room is a mess it still looks artistic and busy and fabulous. Love you and your blog, you are truly amazing. Thanks for making life a little easier, Tavi, you give me something to look forward to. :) (zoooom)

C.H. Greene said...

The Selby reference actually made me fall over laughing. Tavi, mah deeyah, you are divine.

aliceantoinette said...

you are the mosr=t amazing person ever.........

i love this! i love the bow hat the most!!!!!

Ginger Sartorius said...

This Tavi Gevinson is like from other Galaxy. What a charming expression in such a petite lady.

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