You may call it light blue, Turquoise, Forget me not, or American Robin blue, but also you may call it Tiffany blue. And related to the elegant Tiffany box you wish to have so much.
Enjoy the Blue Book 2013 beautiful !!!!!
Colors are not just colors, and we know that, actually, colors have a name and a surname nowadays.
Nope you are not going to remember all those names in the next future, but they are great by now.
Pantone created: Tangerine Tango, French Roast, Rhubarb, Solar Power and Pink Flambé.
Essie lately created these original names for her nail polish colors:
Leading Lady: Deep red color with glitter !!
Butler Please: Bright blue and indulgent too.
Where’s my chauffeur? : Don’t know, but this blue looks much like a Tiffany blue to me.
Beyond cozy: Sure is. Silver and gold.
She’s pampered: Wow
And here are more!!
repstyle, lil boa peep, sssssexy, crocadilly, snake rattle and roll, snake it up
Heavy materials, printed floral materials, great prints, big statement jewelry, black lace, gold chains and pearls.
:) I love the train on stage idea wow!!
Poor or rich, old or young, in rich or poor countries, people carry water back and forth, from where to, for what purpose?
Are we looking at our own future in the eyes? Are we running out of pure water, are we running out of drinking water? Well, if we are not now, future generations will. As corporations may teach of the rationalization of pure water by lending us all a 1.5 liter bottle at a time and we surely believe we drink in style.
We don’t need this status symbol. We all know pure water is healthy but as you carry your cellphone out of home, why to carry also a bottle of water, as you will never find drinking water outside?
We have seen the wise change of water from being a natural resource to a marketing commodity by powerful brands. By way of privatizing natural springs and wells.
So very well-known corporations that distribute other drinks, control also the bottled water market. Pepsico and Coca-Cola, the first with Aquafina and the second with Dasani. Evian is French Danone Waters a company which also has a variety of other products on the market. And of course Nestle with Perrier, San Pelegrino, Pure Life and Poland Spring.
These multinational corporations reach natural water springs, build their own infrastructure to extract and exploit them and slowly deplete natural resources that belong to us all. Countries lend a hand by not investing in infrastructure, pipes and tap water for their citizens, and bringing by the easiest way a corporation that will sell the precious water like a luxury product to the people at high prices.
Countries in need of pure water right now, do not need these 1.5 liter bottles of water, not even small sachets of 500 ml. of water at a time, at high prices.
What they need is help to invest in water infrastructure and the free reach of water resources, provided by their governments, municipalities, world aid groups and powerful institutions.
Drink potable, tap water (it’s not that bad) :) or use purifiers attached and clean them as needed.
Summer 2012 is almost gone, but we have still this riddle to solve: Those Sorbet and Pastel colors, did they came here to stay over for fall and winter too?
Preen S/S 2012
Sorbet colors have beautiful names, like petal pinks, soft violets, mild mint, tulip yellow, light lavender, baby blue, peach, watermelon, coral, and turquese. Wear these colors with lace, soft silks.
Phillip Lim S/S 2012
We are going to see accessories and even interior design use them profusely.
The sorbet color palette is lighter than the pastel color palette.
Remember that actually a sorbet is made out of water and fruit, mixed into an ice cream used as refreshment between courses . And I’m not talking about “Neon” colors because they are another different story that can be a whole theme for a future post.
:) Combine these colors freely, because they perfectly match all together. For fall and even winter, pair sorbet and pastel colors with black and grey, layered will look great.
Hermes in summer!!!
Luis Vuitton opens an inspired dot season by Yayoi Kusama.
Well, even Minnie Mouse will be happy wearing this :) (This is my honest opinion)
Visit also the Yayoi Kusama exhibition at the Whitney Museum