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.)

Untitled 4
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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Francesca said...

Love.
It.
All.

Milo&Me said...
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simonesays said...

1. Holy hell, is that Tray I spot, in your pile of Ugly Dolls? He is currently residing on one of my pillows! He gets around...
2. You play guitar, never could I love you more.
3. Your outfits & writing make my day a little brighter.

Spencer Tweedy said...

I totally agree, wearing sunglasses indoors/at night is d-baggy, but we all know you have no heart/soul, anyway.

I spy nesquik! and your Diana+!

I CALL IT A SHRINE.

alya said...

Yes, and JL's set up: "Have you seen this? Have you heard about this?"

Alani Catleya said...

If you think YOUR room is bad.... Just live in peace knowing that somewhere out there (Now I wanna sing the disney song...) MY room exisists in a state of constant chaos.

Emma said...

You speak Norwegian? Fluently?? Jealous!

I am a newcomer to this blog, so if this subject has been covered 87 times, I apologize.

ADJ said...

You had a hell of a time! What a great experience that must have been. Enjoy!

www.greeneggsandglam.blogspot.com

Kelley Anne said...

Oh my god, you're amazing...and very funny. I giggled quite heartily over that Jay Leno joke. You look incredible in your armor of a coat and bow hat and very serious fashion in your vintage sunnies. Congratulations on the Vogue Paris spread.

Berstell said...

What month is this issue? Could you please post a link to buy it? Thanks. :)

Jacqueline said...

You are so funny! xo

www.FashionSnag.com

nourishing mornings said...

AHhh why are you so amazingly cool? ;] xx


Eliza

Jera said...

I LOVE YOU. I always knew I did, but the pictures of you in your giant pink twine looking bow in Paris made it official. You're fantazeling.
:)
<3

khdz said...

your bow is badass.
and Hanneli's proenza's are too.

i'm also a big fan of the messy room pictures... who has time to clean things, anyway?

aandhblog said...

YOU'RE FUCKING MAGICAL. That is all I have to say on the subject.

Ava
http://www.aandhblog.wordpress.com

Flor M. said...

First of all: I LOVE YOUR ChaoTIC room!
The way you dress up is just ,,,i have no words. (I have literaly no words because i dont speak English very we.. so...:D)
I love those red shoes!!
You are unique, Tavi. I have so many things to tell you in my head, in Spanish..but English words abandoned me.


I feel like Im in Nacho Libre film,Sister Encarnación or someone like that,.. so I´ll stop talking ..NOW!
Bye!

meowsk said...

You have got to be the most amazing teenager ever! Props for not letting that editor get you down at all. YOU are truly amazing and inspiring and I think you had every right to wear that hat. Did it REALLY obstruct her view that much? It looks had you had an amazing trip otherwise and your style is amazing as per usual.

A messy room is a right of adolesence. Live it up while you can!

(always)alanna said...

i like it when you're narcissistic because it inspires me to greatness. i also like when you make jokes that are very funny and make me laugh out loud and spray spit all on my laptop screen. and yup, im aware thats gross

Amanda said...

love the fuzzy outfit dude! you ruled it over there :)

Eliani said...

Gosh! great photos! And I always like the way you write.

Pearl said...

Wonderful post!
I have the same moleskine as you and mine is filled with "secrets" as well or pretty much every outfit I dream up or random thought I have... I love the pocket in the back!

I also love your bow-hat.

~Pearl
http://theskytheykeep.blogspot.com

Dustjacket Attic said...

Just love your outfits, suit you so well. The photo of you and Mr Galliano....Wow, he is such a genius.

I read your previous post ~ keep on having fun and following your passions, I admire you.

xxx DJ

Ross said...

This was the awesome tavi info drop post I needed to replenish my soul. Now I need to buy french vogue.

Susana said...

LOVED what you wore to Chanel and Dior.
<3

Renee said...

You are so amazingly great, tavi! Come to Australia and come over for dinner! yay!

(always)alanna said...

oh, and i sent you an e-mail on december 28, 2009 from always.alanna@yahoo.com with the subject, "maybe you could take a second to read this? that would be really really great. like SO great you have no idea" and i REALLLYYY just wanted to tell you that if you wrote me back, it would make my entire year. seriously.
okay, thanks :)

futurelint said...

Guh, can we trade lives? PRetty pleeeze?

Miss_Tami_Lee said...

Wow, love the hairbow on crack action you have going on.

bjorn said...

dear tavi, it's one of my life's ambitions to meet you and *cough* stealyourclothesuhhh

OhMyIt'sMaris said...

Ahh :D It's all so wonderful! By the way, random question, but where did you get your blog template, or did you make it yourself? & If so, how did you do that? I'm at a loss for mine...

the Citizen Rosebud said...

Yep. You're pretty cool. Best part is you're not even trying. You love fashion, and YOU've got style. Like serious. Keep it up! You inspire.

ashford said...

love the last outfit. and you are so right about jay.

pauline said...

your outfits are gorgeous!!!

DAV!D said...

Tavi, I love your style! It all seems very sincere too =)

Could you rock the red lipstick more often with the hair hue? It works!

x
Eniola

Emilie said...

I love this post, narcissistic or not. I love the picture of you on the computer! I also love the color of your walls. I had a phase when I was unhealthily obsessed with Bob Dylan and read every biography known to man plus his autobiography plus I wanted to ask him to be my mentor...now I just listen to his music and appreciate the creative brilliance without being a huge creep. Also, in regards to your last post, it sucks that people, instead of being supportive of your success, choose to actively look for faults and things they can mold into negative commentary. Nobody asked them to read the blog if they took issue with it.

Camille said...

Of course you have a Spock bobblehead. Of course.

I do not understand your style of clothing, but your style of self? That I get; and it is Awesome. As in, AWE.

Briana Le & Merissa Ren said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=noR1WlBeTLc

BLUE HAIR!

Sassy said...

Yeah, you are awesome. I know that's not an original sentiment, but it's true.

Also, gray hair + bow hat + John Galliano = way more action than Edie Beale ever got.

Kylie said...

Oooh, I've never seen the moleskin coat outfit!! Nice. But really, I love all your outfits so what the hey.
Plz post the translation of this article if you get your hands on one, cos I, bad Canadian as I am, can barely say "bonjour". Thankkkkksss

ps- I love the computer glowing on your face pictures. With all the stuffed animals sitting there watching you blog. That's how it is irl, right?

pps- My room looks just like yours, if not worse. I thought I was the only one who memorized my spots of uncovered floor! But can YOU leave a cup of WATER so long it gets moldy?? That is a talent, if I say so myself.

<3<3<3

Emily said...

I love this post! Congrats on the Fille/Style feature!! And major congrats on couture! All of your outfits were so fabulous :) And in the photo of you wearing the sunglasses and Yokoo scarf, you're legitimately a mini Anna Wintour. I'm not even kidding. I love it!!

xx

Emily said...

Oh, and my room basically looks like yours. Except I'm not going to NY for Fashion Week so I don't have a real excuse.. haha

xx

bre renne and franky said...

you look great!

bre @ www.glasscloud.blogspot.com

In-tree-gue said...

Comme and Prada!
i'm sure that caused some kind of natural disaster somewhere in the world.
Is that you with John Galliano i see?
and that sweater is perfect and i want to steal it, i first thought it was cdg s/s 09...

sayablack said...

I love your big bow! So cute!!

mila said...

I LOVE THIS WHOLE FRIKEN POST! I'm sorry. I had to state that. Love the last shoes btw. Please excuse my ridonculous beginning of comment.:)

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Maddie said...

That one Rodarte for Target dress that was gold- i almost bought that!
www.livelovewearit.blogspot.com/

laia. said...

youre nuts.
lets hang soon aha!

Kaila P. said...

Ugh, Tavi I am angry, :-) now I'm lusting after a French Vogue AND a Lula. I loved your outfits, per usual. And I think that that bow hat is amazing, it really reminds me of Violet Baudelaire from A Series of Unfortunate Events... well, keep on being super cool! -Kaila

P.S. Let's do have that tea party where we talk about the 90's and japanese street style and Freaks and Geeks, why don't we? :-)

poppielolly.blogspot.com

Kailee said...

all too awesome...and amen sista on the whole "i don't really have a bedroom floor" thing, living spaces tell alot about a person.

the couture week get-up is rad!

ItsBritts said...

Your hilarious. As a 24 year old recently married...politico...wanna be Martha Stewart...novice blogger...you are inspiring. Our world's are different...you are great. <3 you Tavi!

Krista said...

Hey Tavi.
Decided rather than cleaning my room (which is unforunately much worse than your's) I'd translate this for you. It's a pretty good write up. You can judge how good the translation is from your quotes, which hopefully you recognise!
Love your work.
xo

The guardian has named her "the true STAR of fashion week". She is neither a model, nor a designer, and definitely not a client: at 13 years old Tavi Gevinson has, however, swapped loud air-kisses with Muiccia PRADA, collaborated with Rei Kasakubo, is attending, front-row, the Marc JACOBS runway show and has over 10 million daily readers, breathless over her BLOG. Self-named "style rookie" this US mini-ICON proves the return of fashion is assured. For PLEASURE, and not looking to seduce.

A GIRL. At 13 years old, with her tiny frame and her borderline allure completely revindicated, Tavi is a girl that is complicated to meet with: when she is not inJapan, invited to Tokyo by Comme des Garcons, she's cramming for her exams to enter the first year of high school. But in any case, in the Aoyama boutique as in her Chicago middle school, Tavi is cultivating her sense of fashion. Carried by an individual spirit "clothes, the way of matching them, is a way to amuse yourself and at the same time express your emotions"

A STYLE. A thousand miles removed from the mainstream teeny bopper. Nothing to do with the first tentative attempts at glamour, vaguely sexy: "I'm too young for that: maybe that will interest me later, but definitely not at the moment." She describes herself as "edgy, experimental, pushing the boundaries of good taste" pairing a poofy skirt with muticolored tights without hesitation, XXL shirt and brightly-patterned leggings, platform shoes and quasi-conceptual hats. All this crowned with a pair of top-of-the-class glasses, for the allure of a junior anthroplogist cum shaker-of-the-creator-spirit.

A WORLD. That of blogs, of the internet, of posts, of comments, of ranking and shopping on-line. She begins by watching the February 2008 runways, plunging herself into a fashion galaxy in which the stars are named FashionRobot, StyleBubble, Kingdon of Style... "It's a little world of such incomplex bloggers that straightaway seduced me, especially because they did not take themselves seriously and weren't trying to please anyone" highlights Tavi, who a few weeks later launched her own site, never imagining that tavi-thenewgirlintown.blogspot.com would within a few months become one of the hits of the blogosphere of style.

INSPIRATIONS. Nothing predestined the third daughter of an English teacher and a teacher of Danish origin pinched from the tapestry (?) to occupy the top ranks of the runway and the height of the bundle of the most visited blogs. "Fashion, I discovered it through music, movies, books. Like a magic formula that allows you to change roles,¨ confides the admirer of Blanche Dubois in A Streetcar Named Desire, Enid in Ghost World, adolescent with huge glasses who could be a cousin of Ugly Betty, but also Tilda Swinton, Chloe Sevigny and even Charlotte Gainsbourg. Otherwise, japanese street style, the 80s, and the fashion series of Vogue, Pop, Dazed & Confused never stop inspiring her.

DESIGNERS. Prada, Marni, Vivienne Westwood, Rodarte, Marc Jacobs, Junya Watanabe, and lastly, Richard Nicholl. "Obviously, I don't have the means to buy their pieces, so my own clothes come from my two sisters, H&M, thrift stores in my neighbourhood." Tavi has no complex over the price of the clothes that she would one day like to wear: "Of course, some dresses are very expensive. But after all, cars and sports tickets aren't cheap either", she explains, knowingly.

Krista said...

ACCESSOIRES. DIY hats: "They always add personality" Anna Piaggi and Isabella Blow have made them their signature" But also oversized scarves from her friend Yokoo, enormous knitted wool chains other XXL nets by the kilometre, and fantasy necklaces. "I have tonnes of them, that are kind of strewn all over the house. My favourite had a little harmonica pendant, but it's disappeared." To replace it, she wouldn't say no to a Lanvin necklace.

MEETINGS. Kate and Laura Mulleavy, the two designer sisters of Rodarte, contacted her via her blog. "We had lunch together in a market in LA and, strangely enough, we talked about everything, and not much about fashion." But her most memorable meeting was with Rei Kawakubo. "We had already seen each other twice in her office. She's the designer who fascinated me the most, and also the most difficult to approach. The little American and the invisible Japanese will work together on a shared project, for the moment classified top secret.

HOBBY. Reading: a devourer of books. Tavi doesn't miss a David Sedaris and loves by The Virgin Suicides by Jeffrey Eugenides. At the moment, she's made D.V., Diana Vreeland's autobiography, her bedtime reading.

FUTURE. Later, Tavi sees herself being a journalist. Or stylist. Or photographer. "Probably not a designer: I prefer giving life to clothes rather than imagining them." For the moment, she is preparing to begin high school, doesn't really know which subjects to choose, spends hours flicking through magazines in art class, and continues to blog. Tavi manages her celebrity calmly. Besides, at school no one seems to have noticed. "Yeah, people call me, magazines write articles", she admits. "But my life is super normal. I'm nothing like Hannah Montana." No: with her mini-stature, her improbable allure and her glasses, Tavi seems above all to take a step in the direction of Daria, the heroine of the MTV series. Out-of-step, sarcastic, emminently nice.

mynameiscruz said...

LOVELY

FashionHippieLoves said...

funny pics!

X

Mariana said...

Dearest Tavi, you are so amazing, and i adore your style, i just had a question about your amazing scarf, the multi-colored one that looks like chain links? did you make or buy that because it is the coolest thing ever! rock on little stylista, rock on :)

M

AngryDS Steve said...

ZOMG Vogue Paris compared you to Daria? That's was on my top ten list of things I wanted to have happen to me!

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Brigitte said...

Tavi, could you be more wonderful??? I swear, if you didn't exist, someone would have to invent you. And, you know what? You are one hell of a writer. You go girl. Love you!

WendyB said...

What's in the little Chanel bag? Inquiring minds want to know. If it's a red lipstick, give it to me!

aanony said...

i like the outfit you wore to Chanel best

Domino said...

Okay so.... I am officially sooo jelous. end of story. you literally met my all time idol a.k.a. the GOD John Galliano <3
Also your outfits were so chic, especially the one with the Givenchy vintage sunglasses (which by the way I want) and I also loved your outfit for the Dior&armani shows. In the end, after all this mumble jumble I wish I was in your shoes...literally those comme shoes are so awesome (:

p.s. I think you'd really enjoy my blog. check it out.
http://domino-fashionprodigy.blogspot.com

Sincerely,
Domino

MAISON CHAPLIN said...

Wow! I got to get the Vogue Paris issue! I loved your outfir for the Dior's show, and I took a picture of John too, he looked amazing as always!

juliamarisa said...

TAVI MY ROOM USED TO BE THE EXACT SAME COLOUR!!! but then my mom had to move. and now i don't have my own space anymore. just the mems of my gloriously green room.

Birthday Girl said...

umm so totally awesome?? i love it?? im dying of jealousy?? amazement.

xx
come visit!
http://nineteen-candles.blogspot.com/

THUNDERBIRD INSTEAD said...

NOW I GUESS I SEE WHY THE LADY COMPLAINED ABOUT SITING BEHIND YOU!!! BUT IT DID LOOK GOOD....I GUESS THAT MAKES IT OK????

probandoenblogger said...

amazing post this one

i.c. blogspot said...

I only took a brief moment to see if there was a new post today... and I am floooored, just bedazzled, in absolute aw of this incredible experience you had. How wonderful, and inspiring this must have been for you, because I am certainly inspired by just looking at these photos!

I've often thought how great it would be if I could relive being a teenage again... however I wouldn't redo my past. I would want to be a teenager in 2010... even though it's been less then 7 years since High School, soooooo much has changed. Fashion, media, technology has evolved at lightning speed! If only...

p.s.- love love love the hat worn at Dior!

Kindest Regards,

international citizen- xo

Soren Lorensen said...

love love love


especially the blue hair and red lipstick and indooor sunglasses

Puck said...

I love al the outfits that you wore, and what you all go trough looks like an amazing experience.

Again, amazing blog.

zoomslow said...

Is that like a full glass of 3 day old milk? Mmmmm... so tempting! "SRS BZNS"??? Will have to look it up...kidz these
days :-P Still overcome by the outfit awesomeness of it all... Will report back soon!

Robyn said...

oh such brilliance~

I must get a moleskin.

-Robyn

Полина said...

Love the scarf!

Diana said...

I wish I had 1/10th your style...

A little Red With A Pinch Of Chocolate said...

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sassy said...

Amazing photos as usual. I want to be you, have you for a best friend and have you as my daughter, all at the same time. (no offense to my daughter, she tre cool).
Had to mention the PIXIES. Only the greatest band on earth that only the coolest people reference to.
I am seeing them next month...squee!

Morgan said...

Beautiful photographs all around! My eyes are gobbling them up, lol~ And ah what a great picture with Galliano, you must have died happily inside - I know I would have! And you can speak Norwegian? Is it because of your family? ;D Multitalented I see.
http://foofarawfoofaraw.blogspot.com/
<3

Monika Poppy said...

didnt know you could speak norweigan, i understand some as i can speak swedish. Im quite in the mood for those shoes aswell hehe

xx

LOVE FROM M Poppy
LIVING IT UP

L said...

Tavi snakker norsk, imponerende!

Love how your hair turned out :)

Flo E said...

Love this post. My Dad bought me French Vogue back from Paris (I'm in England - you are definitely international!) and it's such a sweet article, or my basic French would suggest that it is.
X

www.florenceengland.blogspot.com

Roxana said...

cool stuff, girl! cool stuff...

Fabi Talavera said...

tavi, you are on french vogue, you are living my dream! you wear all of the top designers and you are livinf your life to the fullest
follow please
www.fabitalavera.blogspot.com

ole said...

så flink du er til å snakke norsk. hehehe only a few grammar mistakes.. but anyway, your hair colour is now fantastic. i love it.

Elisabeth Richardson said...

You continue to amaze me... I want to be you when I grow up, and I'm 31.

Could not help but notice your room. Reminds me of mine at your age... I had/have adult ADHD which was the reason for my own chaotic lifestyle.

Check out my spin on the whole thing:

attentionspandex.blogspot.com/

Chloe said...

found you in a FASHION feb 2010 issue from canada XD

LittleEpicZombie said...

Hahaha! "Du må sove med et øye åpent."

Haha, morsomt!

I love your blog! And I loved the plushies in your bed! GIVE THEM TO MEEE! O_o

Shopper said...

Pics for Vogue are awesome! And photo with Galliano... I'm so jealous!

Little "present" from me: http://i47.tinypic.com/2posaxy.jpg

Diane said...

Hy Tavi, great post. It's always fun to read about your glamorous life :))
No, really, pictures with Galliano? You're lucky!

Anyway, loved your Givenchy outfit, think it was the best!

Have a fun day

kiss

brigitte and courtney said...

vogue, thats awesome. you should totally come to australia fashion week! and may i say- your hair looks adorable :)

http://thedouchebaguette.blogspot.com/

drop by, anytime x

Natasha said...

First I have to say that I love your outfit for Couture Week! And you look great in the magazine. Love your red toe shoes.

ALSO OMFG YES PIXIES ARE WHERE GOOD MUSIC IS AT.

Also, also, lmao @ Jay Leno joke.

http://fashionablytacky.blogspot.com/

Harun Hilton said...

Tavi, you are my inspiration. You're wonderful <3

céline said...

I admire U Tavi !
you're amazing, and narcissism is always good versus malicious people :)
lot of kisses from PARIS
Iracema.

fayeee said...

thumbs up for the pixies!
BEST BAND EVERR.

Bunny said...

ok must admit... it's stunning!

Eloise said...

Love the ending to this post, love your outfits, love your blog.

Ok now i sound creepy,

Gina said...

Hi Tavi,
Just discovered you a month ago and love your blog - what fun! I'm probably old enough to be your grandmother but still wish I had your style! And you spoke to John Galliano??? I'm so envious! (I nag my kids to tidy their rooms too!)

feng shui freestyler said...

hi tavi,

i translated the first page of the article:

A GIRL. At 13 years with her tiny shape and borderline allure, tavi is girl who is hard to meet:
when shes not in japan, invited to tokyo by "comme de garcons" she's craming for her first grade highscool exam.
But in all cases she is cultivating her sense of fashion supported by a unique state of mind:
"clothes, to assemble them, it's having fun and expressing emotions at the same time."

A STYLE. far off mainstream teenage-girly. Nothing to do with first attempts to be glamorous or vaguely sexy either:
"I'm too young for this: maybe I'll be interested in that later in my life, but not at the moment, for sure!"
She describes herself as "edgy, expermimental, at the edge of good taste" mixing togheter without hesitaiton jupe bouffant multicolored stockings,
XXL shirts and colorful leggins, plateau shoes and quasi conceptual hats. The whole thing coronated by a nerdy pair of glasses
thus giving her the looks of a young antropologist strained in a shaker with the spirits of creativity.

A WORLD. The one of blogs, internet, posting, commenting and online shopping. She starts watching fashion shows
in february 2008 plunging herself into a galaxy of fashion its stars having names like FashionRobot StyleBubble, Kingdom of style...
"it's a small world of bloggers which has instantly seduced me especially because they don't take themselves to seroiusly
and don't seek to please anyone" tavy emphasizes. weeks after she launches her own blog, a little bit by hazard, without imagining that
tavi-thenewgirlintown.blogspot.com would become one of the hits in the blogsphere of style in a few month.

INSPIRATIONS. Nothing predestinated the third daughter of an englisch professor and an originally danish teacher to be picked to
occupy the first row of fashion shows or providing one of the most read blogs. "I discovered fashion trough music, movies, books.
like a magic formula which allows to change roles" the admirer of Blanche Dubois in "A Streetcar Named Desire", Enid in "Ghost World" a teen with
big glasses who could be ugly bettys cousin, but also Tilda Swinton, Chloe Sevigny and even Charlotte Gainsbourg. Apart
from that the japanes street, the 80ies, and the fashoion series of Vogue, Pop, Dazed&confused never stop inspiring her.

I'll post the second one as soon as i come round...

ushi sato said...

that's so fabulous tavi...never mind the clutter! mine it's been weeks since i clean my room...i'm so busy going out and there...shopping and adding clutter...hahahahahaha....and i just ordered a new closet to fill stuffs fom anywhere...and i wonder how could I stock this fabulous pieces that never been use....aaaarrrrggggg

jessica said...

Hi Tavi,
I just wanted to say you've helped me feel different about fashion and not be afraid of trying out new things. Thanks :)
All the best
Jess

suzaa said...

so funny but lovely!:) like it!

Gladys said...

Hahaha! You are so funny! You know, when i saw the pictures of your room, that kind of looks like mine. I mean, with everything everywhere. It's so cool. :P Didnt know you could speak Norwegian!
I admire you alot! You're living the dreammmm. ;) Keep rocking.

Coco CHANEL 's CHILD said...

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>>>>>> 7 WOWWWWWWW......7 ! <<<<<<


Believe me dear Tavi it's a very special price you just won ! ^^

...For you Super Look, the one you worn with ...John !


Vraiment très très belle cette tenue !

And thanks also for sharing the time where your room is lazy too ( she have the right to be ! ^^ )


About my world ....Did you take the time to discover my new fashion drawings ?



Have a Magical New Day, fulls fulls fulls of Real Joy at any points of view !





Kiss,
Jean-Pierre MATTEI
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feng shui freestyler said...

part II


ACCESSOIRS.hats, manufactured to dimension: "They always enhance a personalty. Anna Piaggi and Isabella Blow have made
a signature out of it" But also the oversized shawls of her buddy Yokoo, enormous knitted chains, XXL shirts and fantasy colliers.
"I have tons of them all over the house, my favorite one had a little harmonica as a pendant, but it has vanished"
To replace it, she wouldn't say no to a Lanvin collier.


ENCOUNTER. kate and laura muleavy, the two creative sisters of Rodarte contacted her via her blog.
"we had dinner together at a market in LA and funny enough we talked about everything but very little about fashion."
But her most memorable encounter was with Rei Kawakubo. "we have met twice at her office. she is the fashion designer who fascinates me most
and is the most difficult to approach"
the little american and the invisible japanese will work on a project classiefied as top secret for the moment beeing.

HOBBY. The reading: bolting down books, tavi doesn't miss a David Sedaris and is passionated for Jeffrey Eugenides "the virgin suicides"
At the moment the autobiografy of Diana Vreeland is her favorite book.

FUTURE. later, tavi imagines herself as a journalist. or a stylist. or a photographer.
"without any doubt not a fashion designer. i prefer to give live to clothes instead of inventing them"
At the moment she's preparing her access to highscool without knowing exactly which direction to choose. she passes hours
flipping through old magazines in art class and continues her blogging. she tales her fame calmly - in school no one seems
to even have noticed it. "Yes, people call me and write articles" she admits "but my life is super normal. it has nothing to
do with hannah montana" No: with her mini size, her incredible emanation and her glasses, she's more like Daria the hero of the series
broadcasted by MTV. eccentric, sarcastic and most sympathic.


FASHION DESIGNERS: Prada, Marni, Vivenne Westwood, Rodarte, Marc Jacobs, Junya Watanabe and recently richard Nicoll
"of course i don't have the remedy to purchase one of their pieces. my clothes come from my sisters, H&M, vintage shops in my neighbouthood"
no complexes about the prizes of clothes she'd to wear one day.
"sure, some pieces are very expensive. but after all, the cars, the tickets for sports matches aren't given for free neither" she remarks prudently.

Princesssabina said...

Your hair color looks lovely and those boots in the last picture are hmm fantastic; can we trade? lol :)

zoe-jane. said...

although i could ramble about how amazing you are, and im new to following your blog tavi, i have to pint out..
A SPOCK BOBBLE HEAD!!
that is amazing :D i love that. i must find one, im a huge fan of spock/leonard nimoy.
and shoes in the last photo, are brilliant.
wouldnt mind them on my feet!!

Kionon said...

This is a song about a superheroine named Tavi.

It's called. "Tavi's Theme."

*GUITAAAAAAAR*

Susan said...

SO AWESOME AS ALWAYS! THE PIXIES -- YES! I ESPECIALLY LOVE WHAT YOU WORE TO CHANEL! I AM SCREAMING FOR NO REASON! <3

Hey said...

That is sso qute!
(red one)
♥▽♥

Toyin Lola said...

I cant believe it. This is the first time in a very long time that i have read a whole post you've finished, if that makes sense. Probably because this was so interesting and the pictures were so cool-looking. i love the first picture of you at the Dior show i just love that coat. and the outfit that matches your hair! if only my mom would let me dye my hair at all...

http://fashionistoyinlola.blogspot.com/
Read.Comment.Follow.Share!

meg said...

omgosh! ur too cool, woman!

Taylor said...

Haha my favorite line: "PHOTOGRAPH THIS, SELBY"

kellie b said...

funny how you stumble upon a blog and never knew it existed. now, daily, i visit cause i don't wanna miss a post. i think you're brilliantly creative and an inspiration. you see the future of fashion by visiting the past and re-evaluating pattern and shapes to make them play nice. really a great job. keep the posts coming. its a good time

p.s. you're quite the funny gal as well

T. said...

Veeeeery interesting pictures! I love your "serious buisiness" expression with the sunglasses and red lipstick! And is that the bow that started the "bloggers vs. editors" discussion?

zoee said...

Love them all.

koposova said...

hey girly! i read about you in my vogue paris and have become a fan. you're pretty cool for a 13 year old. keep postin' your fan from france :)

Peacock's Hat said...

I saw you im Grazia and thought that scarf was a-maz-ing. And the bow hat as well. I went through a phase when I was younger of wearing one leg of fishnets and one stripey sock leg-simply done by putting the sock over the tights on one leg. I really quite want to see this Tintin t-shirt. Ooh, and another thing, Grazia thought you'd dyed your hair Chanel-grey, and I was like, 'No, it's blue you morons!'

Stray From The Mode said...

hey i love your blog... any tips on mine- http://strayfromthemode.blogspot.com/
? thanks

crybaby said...

hi, how come i can't see the comments on your previous post?

Sandra Azwan said...

Amazingly Tavi! Ur awesome!!!;-)

http://bysandraazwan.blogspot.com

theceelist said...

I ENJOY YOUR BLOG!!!!

http://www.theceelist.com/

Dan_iee; said...

Vogue Magazine, I have it see.. It's stupid that it Frans is.

Original Ostrich said...

I dunno if anybody ever told you this, but you are STYLISH! You inspire me greatly, thanks a lot. And btw, I know norwegian too :) Ha en fin dag! :D

redheadfashionista said...

I love your hair, I might change my mind about going platinum and go grey instead. Might freak work out though.....
Loving all the outfits, esp that chain-link-esque scarf. Super cool.

Jennifer said...

Your Blog. OMG!
Wow.

you are in our magazine (BRAVO) in Germany.

you are 13? realy?
where are you from?

bobb said...

A great post:). I love the messy room... and there certainly have been times in my life when I can relate:).

Sylvia etc said...

L.O.V.E. it !!!
a- the bow hat is soo cute ... cool Stephen Jones present!
b- red lipstick really suits your hair-color ... nice sunnies too!
c- saw the brilliant article on you in French Vogue
PS: your miniature collection is genius ;-)


www.sylviaetc.blogspot.com

Kacrates said...

Hehe, as always I love your style Tavi.


Your very photogenic and lively~

flowsofhunger said...

hi tavi
i love the way you write and i think its just woderful how youre like an old woman trapped in a little girl's body. youre just so knowledgable and affluent.. and obviously, your thoughts,creativity and ideas have brought you to such a good place. youre such a lucky girl, i hope you go far in life. maybe one day editor in chief of vogue? =)

aah so excited for all your opportunities...



but please i love you and all, but i dont think the prada book shld be on the floor. what would mario prada say?!

MrsPeterson said...

Uff da. Your room! That's just gross.

mrspixton said...

Guuuuuuurl! I hope there's not a flattened cat under that mess!

Catalinafashion said...

Tavi, McQueen is dead. R.I.P. I am gutted.

norawoah said...

Ugh Tavi, I am so jealous of your hair. Its something along the lines of the hair of my dreams.

chamber said...

i think it's extremely worrying that you are in so many of these fabulous magazines, go to the most amazing fashion shows, when all you seem to do is sit at a computer, judge other designers and wear really random clothing. then there are people like me who are slaving our asses off to be able to get somewhere in life. maybe i should just do what you do, wear ridiculous clothing and dye my hair pink. obviously that's what's going to get me far

Mae said...

Awww shiiiit. Leno just got slammed by Notorious Tavi.G.!

Lucy said...

Tavi, Alexander McQueen has died. He was 40 when he died in his London home. He had committed suicide to himself.

We has just lost a fashion icon.

MJ said...

Yo Jay Leno. I'm really happy for you, I'm going to let you finish, but Tavi had one of the best punchlines in a post of all time.

The bow hat makes me weep with happiness.

jen said...

Hi Tavi, love your blog. Came here this morning when I found out about McQueen - feel like I should offer you my condolences or something. Devastating.

Rosie, Caddy and Chiara said...

This is a great post. Congrats on the French Vogue feature.

R.I.P. Alexander McQueen

I'm still a bit in shock.

Kari said...

Åh, ord kan ikke beskrive hvor fantastisk alt dette er. Hvertfall ingen norske ord... Du er herlig!

Edna said...

Love the bow hat I love that you have so much fun with dressing up. By the way, read only read your previous post now. People who critise you for accepting gifts and sitting front row, just havent received any themselves. No one who likes fashion would say no to a front row seat.

electric_purple said...

wow this is so fantastic! looked like you had such an amazing time!

RIP Alexander McQueen

renwore said...

Everything looks so exciting! Absolutely love that kick ass bow on your head, and the mismatched tights.

Also, I recommend having a pair of industrial boots by your bedside to simply slip into and then happily stomp over your floor mess in case of emergencies. That's what I'd do anyway once my mess breathes a life on its own, and I bet it'll be pretty satisfying to hear stuff crunch like bubble wrap :P

Catherine said...

Hahaha your room. Sort it out girl! Mine was the same at your age...come to think of it, not much better now. Loving the fade on your hair and the Chanel outfit.

vania said...

You so got me into freaks and geeks. My boyfriend always tried but I never watched it and because of you I started so now I am crazy addicted to it, Watching 4 episodes per night!!OMG!! It's so fun!!!I love Millie's outfits!
love your room too!

Margot S Wade said...

THANK YOU.

krislally said...

amazing
RIP McQUEEN

chermayne-shenli said...

i love the tights you wore to Givenchy . and my room has no floor either , it's just a big pile of an organized mess .

RIP McQueen

fashiondevotion said...

Haha! My room used to look like that ;-)

It's sooooo cool you were in Vogue!!!

Fungus said...

hah you're room is cool, and i love you're second 2 outfits, makes me want to have that furry sweater and chain scarf even more badly, and you're bow-hat is awesomeness as well.. sort of lady gaga sarcasm in it.. anyways.. you can speek scandinavian!?? jeeez girl what can't you do!!? oh and in that 3d outfit pic you look like anna wintour in a very tavi way.. and then uhmm.. alexander mcqueen.. i read it.. first i thought.. NO.. NOO.. NOOOOOO.. then i thought.. pour tavi..
anyways. i always wonder if you will ever read what i comment here...

Lecon de vetement said...

WOW!

Finding Hecate/ Melissa Harrison said...

Great post! :)

Liz said...

great post, tavi! i can't wait to hear about the ny shows over the next week.

Lena said...

Yeah, I saw those pics on Hanneli's blog. They look great!
You are such an inspiration to me. I almost don't have words for it. And the bow-hat is superb! Love your blog. Loooove!

pinuprevolution said...

I absolutely love your blog, this is my first time commenting however. I'm completely blown away and in shock about McQueen's death and I thought this was probably the best place to express it. He was an amazing designer and this is going to be really heavy on the fashion world. Rest in peace, Alexander McQueen. Looking forward to your comments on it, Tavi.

Mea said...

Haha, had NO idea you could talk Norwegian! Du eier! ;)

rose said...

Sad Greetings from L.A. :(
RIP
Alexander McQueen
Rose

Stef said...

Hi Tavi.
I know you are a big McQueen fan, so I am guessing that you are in as much shock as I am. I don't know why I am typing this, I just need to think and my hands feel like they're moving by themselves.

He was such a big influence in my life, I don't know what to say.

Lisa said...

oh my,
i think i'm in love with you. I'm a sixteen year old girl from sweden and i'm so glad that i found your blog!
and hey don't mock me for my english (:

Erin said...

Yeah, Tavi. You post a bragging topic, but not the DEATH OF A FASHION GOD???!!! I'm posting about it ASAP.

Please read my blog if you get the chance!

-Erin
Style-Savvy.blogspot.com

Erin said...

Yeah, Tavi. You post a bragging topic, but not the DEATH OF A FASHION GOD???!!! I'm posting about it ASAP.

Please read my blog if you get the chance!

-Erin
Style-Savvy.blogspot.com

Break said...

sooo jelaous!

JADOIRE said...

Jealous! You are fabulous. And I'm glad I'm not the only one with a room like that ;)

Christina said...

Hi! I just felt like dropping you a line, since I've been stalking you for a while now and I was starting to creep myself out a little bit. So, HI! I'm a normal person, promise. Guh, don't know what to say now! The pressure of writing a great first comment is too big. Haha anyway. Loved the Jay Leno-simile! You've got such a unique way of writing. And god, that hat! You're just a little heap of wonder, aren't you!
(my blog: http://youonlyliveonce.blogg.se)

maria luisa said...

TAVI TAVI ALEXANDER MCQUEEN DIED!

Yours Truly, x said...

http://fashionista.com/2010/02/sarah-mower-takes-on-tavis-dad/

Why is everyone being so cruel? Tavi I think you look FABULOUS and your opinion is completely valid- if not more so, because you're not being paid to say it!

I also really admire your Dad for traipsing round the shows with you - what a cool Pa!

Chin up and stay wonderful!

Kerry

Style Lair said...

The moleskine picture is CLASSIC! You are so refreshing; thank you for that!

Zara said...

THANK YOU for posting the pictures of your room...mine is equally (possibly more) messy. I can't see my floor either, so it's good to know that I'm not the only one. :)

Love everything else as well, as always.

lvbarcelona said...

your hat is just AAAmazzingggg love love love it and ur hair...ughhhh very very granny like love it to

BIAFRA as in Jello said...

What an experience!!!! I love your room, they say 'when life is messy, life is good'. It's a good metaphor.

I have to voice my opinion and say I don't like the comment by 'Erin' - you, Tavi, posted this yesterday before the knowledge of McQ's death - I won't be reading her blog. Seems arrogant that she then requested you to do so, maybe you know her though, her comment is unneccesary.

Anywho!

Your wonderful and the way you write, it's quite obvious your humble.

I look forward to reading your thoughts on McQ's untimely death.

Misery said...

Love this. Tavi, your blog is really exceptional. I'm always looking forward to new posts and - you never disappoint to deliver such goodness :) Oh..sorry, I meant srs bzns :)

Misery said...

Love this. Tavi, your blog is really exceptional. I'm always looking forward to new posts and - you never disappoint to deliver such goodness :) Oh..sorry, I meant srs bzns :)

Average teenagers said...

Awsome pictures i really love your scarf! and the picture with galliano. i remember you once saying you liked alexandre mcqueen... correct? he died today just so you know. could you maybe post something about him cause he was so amazingly awsome after all.
p.s love your tights (topshop ones) and your bedroom well i can say mine looks similar.

acelines said...

Hiya, Tavi!
I always like how you show your love for Freaks and Geeks, so I thought I'd recommend you another show which I found a couple of weeks ago. You may already know it, a lot of people liken it to Freaks and Geeks, it's also a nineties show that was cancelled despite it's greatness. But well, quality over quantity any time!
It's called "My So-Called Life". It's also extremely realistic... it often baffles me, the thoughts and things said (especially by the lead character Angela, played by Claire Danes who was just 15 at the time!). They also all have awesome punk-ish nineties style. I want Angela's hair. You should REALLY see it.
Anyway, always love to read your blog! Keep it up :)!

bittlerelly said...

the bow...THE BOW!!!
and you and mr. g. look like the film adaptation of a george eliot novel that takes place in the future. i'm looking forward to reading your mcqueen obituary that i imagine you are composing at this very moment in whatever class you might be in.

Ellie said...

I'm sure you know about McQ, because you are BRILLIANT and WITH IT and are probably v. sad (since you've expressed your total admiration for him) and I will second previous comments saying that we look forward to your commemoration of his life on this blog.

Rock on.

EmilyGustafson said...

When I heard about Lee McQueen's passing, I immediately thought of you, who at your young age are already firmly planted in the fashion world. Take heart Tavi, he led a creative life surrounded by the beauty of his own hands. My deepest condolences to you.

juju said...

i`m happy to meet you here on your blog, tavi. you`re a real artist, thx to you for living the way you do.
it gives power to never give up the own way.
juju from berlin

Marie said...

Hey Tavz (I am going to call you TavZ 'cause I adore you) I have been reading your blog since (close to) the begining, and this is the first time I've left a comment.

Probably because I need some words on the death of Mr. McQueen? I don't know. None of my friends are really into fashion so when I heard I was so devestated and I had no one to discuss the matter with. Anyways, it cheered me up a bit to see all the previous comments about Alexander McQueen. I now know I am not alone! And this has turned in to a completely random mess of thoughts.
MY POINT; I love your blog, you were probably one of the first fashion bloggers I ever started following. You are an inspiration, always. And I can't wait to hear your comment on McQueen, because I know that no matter how short or long you choose to say it you are great with words and I will probably read it and think "THAT'S what I was thinking".
So thanks for being awesome TavZZ
complete random rambling again. sorry

Emmy the Eawesome said...

I do not want to have the guilt of betraying this tragic story to you, so simply go to this link.
http://www.aolnews.com/world/article/alexander-mcqueen-british-fashion-designer-commits-suicide/19354121

martis said...

lemme say something:
U R THE NEW ANNA WINTOUR, no kidding, cos u got ur specific point of view in this fashion world and u know how to express it... Attagirl...

Keep on...

Fleur said...

hello Tavi :) My name is Fleur , i'm french and i love your style and yourblog !!! i was so happy to see you in the french Vogue and i've read all the article !
i'm soory for myvery bad english :(
Enorme bisous de Paris from one of your best fan

Carly said...

Oh my goodness, I love the picture of you and Mr Galliano, its so cute and looks as though your waiting to go on stage together.

Adore all of the outfits or should i say costumes (it seems more appropriate), round of applause for your fine sunglasses indoors self .

www.dressedupdown.blogspot.com

Helen said...

Wow, love the hairbow on crack action you have going on.

Clare said...

The grey hair is amazing, I want it, but haven't got the balls to do it...

I hope someone translates it for you :)

iliketweet.blogspot

x

Angeles Almuna Design said...

WOW!!!!! You are the best Lady Tavi, You have the great opportunity ever....but now it's the sad day ever for us that we love fashion and of course Alexander McQueen....probably you know now, he is not anymore with us , we are going to miss all of his creativity and furious originality in the Fashion World ! I'm so sad and i hope you are Ok.......:(
Kisses Lady Tavi

David Ansell, MD, MPH said...

Dear Tavi:

There is a very slippery slope in the world and it slopes towards commercialization and money. There is a whole literature that clearly shows that even small gifts such as food or baubles influences decisions that people make at the unconscious or sometimes a conscious level. If this did not work then you wouldn't be sent address labels from charities of all sorts at holiday time. People send money in after getting something as simple as address labels.

What does this have to do with the world of fashion blogging? It is a crucial component of the industry; not quite a glossy ad in a magazine, but in the end, pretty close. Bloggers are likely to be as commecialized as the folks they are covering. Is it fun? yes. Is it honest and unbiased-no. Not once one begins to accept gifts of any sort from the industry you are covering. Does this mean one should not accept gifts? No, but you need to know that the lens through which you look is changed by the very act of receiving. There is no free will. This is no different for magazine writers or editors. So in that sense it's a level playing field and at least the bloggers are not yet focused on having advertisements on their sites.

What the magazine editors are upset about is that the bloggers are real competition; a form of free advertising that can put their magazines out of business. The Indians sold Manhattan for $ 24dollars of wampum. Bloggers are selling fashion for a lot cheaper than the magazines do. And don't think the Fashion houses have not figured it out. I'm sure you understand this way better than I have articulated. Just keep having fun with this and your eyes open.

Nina Rabe said...

Hey, Alexander McQueen's dead!!!

Caroline et Jennifer said...

Can you speek norweigian?!! I'm swedish so it's quite close. You're awsome - Du är grymm!Förstår du vad jag skriver?

Catherine said...

waits-is tha blue hair? IT looks very gray.

Leona. said...
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Leona. said...

I'm french. I read your blog everyday.
You rock. Your photos rock.

And, as I want to be a photographer, when I'll be the greatest of all time, I'll ask you to photoshoot you. Cause it'll be so much fun.

Rocking the blue hair by the way.

A bientot.

Eriko said...

how cute you are!
i like your hair :D

Leona. said...

Oh and as if it wasn't obvious :
the outfits ?

Oh do I really need to say it ?

J'ADORE

armourandguise said...

the one of you in the brown jacket and the loopy scarf is a really awesome look for you. so is that size of glasses on your face.

do it.

Ane said...

Hurra for at du forstår norsk!
Kom til Oslo Fashion Week?

Lilcocoloco said...

You look amazing!!!



But I also want to tell you some DEVASTATING news...

Alexander McQueen passed away.
I know you were such a big fan of him, and you've written about him on your blog, but I thought I should let you know...

I read it on aol.com

He will be missed dearly...

ceo said...

I adore the mess. I can't get creative without a good mess on the floor.
The picture with Galliano Amazing.

Kamilla said...

du er så full av inspirasjon, tavi! (yes, i'm from norway) :)

Adéla S. said...

I couldnt comment on your last post so I write it here.
Clap clap. You speak like such a grown up, I cant believe you are only thirteen, because thirteen years old girls around me are stupid & crazy only about boys and cannot talk about serious topics, have never heard of irony or sarcasm. It's not the usual bla bla. Good job.

ashleylipstick said...

Love: granny booties, Freaks & Geeks, Japanese street style, the 90's, Pixies, junk all over my house, the faded hair... Most of all your sense of humor! I just started reading your blog maybe 2 months ago. I saw that post about faded hair and got the courage to do some faded purple on my ends. But it turned out bright purple! I like it anyways, tee hee. *loves*

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