Posts Tagged ‘Photography’


Just two weeks ago I posted images from my desert-inspired styling of the Michael Eardley Khloe dress. You can buy it online using my exclusive promo code EURO30 to get 30% off the entire store or at Homegrown Boutique in Toronto (16 Cumberland Street). This time around I styled a pair of silky smooth shorts from Michael Eardley’s Spring 2013 collection. Paired them with a DKNY cropped knit sweater and sequins Bottega Veneta heels to juxtapose comfort and razzle dazzle. My sunnies are vintage, Claudia Carlotti that sparkle with a degrade lens. What do you guys think? Read the rest of this entry »

“I’m not even holding a camera, but incidentally, why is it when I do this *click click*, it means something different than when you look into my eyes?” I’m standing infront of Drew Haran, half-naked, in his studio in downtown Toronto. He’s waving his camera around emphatically as he speaks, trying to get me out my shell and be less nervous about that mechanical device in his hands. He adds, “photography is a conversation.”

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An unlikely post this morning, I saw this amazing photo by Helmut Newton of two girls just swimming in the sky. We think it’s Rio? We know it’s Eurotrash. Toronto’s own Thompson hotel rooftop pool proffers one of the best views of our city, despite the pool’s modest dimensions, I wouldn’t mind having to get cozy in there. Drinks by the pool (almost always not allowed), infinity pools off Antibes or the Amalfi Coast are where I could spend the rest of my summer. There’s a decadence in swimming pools, always on the threshold of decay, they can be a symbol of luxury when kept pristine, and a harbinger of everything filthy when left unattended, the algae come out to play. What are some of your favourite pool pictures?

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Some photographers just know how to make a picture so eurotrash – here’s one of my favourites from Yossi Michaeli for V Magazine online.