Trick or Treat? by celeste

Yes, its that time of year again, and I absolutely adore this photograph, which brings me to the point. What to wear on October the 31st? I know that everyone loves a good cliché now and again, but Continue reading


Blast from the Past by Sara

Scrolling through FFFFOUND! yesterday and I came across this old Annie Leibovitz photo-shoot for Vogue 2003. I absolutely love this shoot! I mean of course the wardrobe that model Natalia Vodianova (Alice) shows off is wonderful, but what I enjoy most is how each photo also incorporates the designer(s) who created piece Alice is wearing. Plus, whose excited for the upcoming release of Alice in Wonderland (Tim Burton, 2010, UK)  this March?? If you wanna read the story behind it, check out Vogue online!


Wonderful. by Elise

I’m excited about Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland because it will surely be both an over the top extravaganza of the disturbing and creepy and an inspiration for all kinds of artistic endeavors. Clearly, Printemps in Paris (ridiculously fun if you ever have the change to shop there) thinks so too. The have commissioned Christopher Kane, Alexander McQueen, Martin Margiela, and Ann Demeulemeester to design a fanciful Alice themed window display to look out on the Paris streets during the opening of the movie and Paris Fashion Week this February. Well there’s simply no way Primtemps could have chosen more fitting designers, you’ve got girly Kane, do-whatever-I-want McQueen, moody Demeulemeester, and Margiela, “Fashion’s Invisible Man” (we couldn’t even find a good picture).

Plus the February opening of all of this just seems so ideal. We’re expecting a wonderfully macabre yet romantic creation from the four, maybe adding something of a new flavor to Valentine’s Day. I just hope one of them designs a lovely, ridiculous, extravagant little blue dress. Here’s a medley of some of the four designers looks which just make us super excited for all the freaky love Alice in Wonderland is sure to bring.