Altuzarra

Altuzarra tumblr resort 2012 sneakersHooked on tumblr pages for the moment, and I know I recommended CR Fashion Book’s tumblr just a few days ago… But you shouldn’t miss out this one, the Altuzarra tumblr. Pictures and snapshots from the archive (like the pic above from their Resort 2012 collection) and daily news about the Atluzarra brand. By the way, how nice isn’t with classic Stan Smith’s? Not really the exact model in the picture, but similar…. Should really dig up mines, they are so cool. Hedi Slimane has done his interpretation on them as well, for Saint Laurent and you can find the white ones right here.

Saint Laurent low-top leather white sneakers

1 bag 7 looks

1 Girl, 1 bag, 7 looks by CR Fashion Book 2013 - Punk

You haven’t missed the CR Fashion book’s tumblr right? I love the CR site and pretty much visit it every day since Roitfeld and her team cover everything from editorial fashion to the latest Daft Punk album and the Cannes Film Festival. In her editorial cover Carine puts a twist on wardrobe essentials. With model Xiao Wen, Roitfeld shows one of the most classical pieces of all time, a Chanel bag, in seven different ways. I love the fact that no matter what style you have, you can wear this timeless piece to it – from punk to hippie. The editorial is photographed by Max von Gumppenberg and Patrick Bienert, and styled by Carine herself.

1 Girl, 1 bag, 7 looks by CR Fashion Book 2013 - Marc Jacobs1 Girl, 1 bag, 7 looks by CR Fashion Book 2013 - Like a Lady1 Girl, 1 bag, 7 looks by CR Fashion Book 2013 - Sporty1 Girl, 1 bag, 7 looks by CR Fashion Book 2013 - 1940s1 Girl, 1 bag, 7 looks by CR Fashion Book 2013 - Givenchy1 Girl, 1 bag, 7 looks by CR Fashion Book 2013 - Hippie

Hermès Tumblr

Hermes by Nathaniel Goldberg

I love the idea of Hermès being such a fun and quirky brand online. If you visit their website you pretty much get a round of applause for just entering it. Anyway, this is no news (I think it have been running for a while) but I just discovered Hermès Tumblr. Go and visit it yourself right here. The pictures of the several satin scarfs called ‘What Knot?’ looks so effortless cool and here you can see two of my favorite photographs by Nathaniel Goldberg.

Hermes by Nathaniel Goldberg knot scarf