May 2012 bring an end to UGGS – PLEASE!
May 2012 bring an end to UGGS – PLEASE!
Was more than thrilling!
Unlike many who spent their Xmas surrounding an endangered pine tree, tricked out in lights and ornaments, I chose to spend mine watching Lisbeth Sander (played by actress Rooney Mara) on the big screen. Lisbeth, for those who don’t know, is the femme fatale of all Femme Fatales in the flick THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO (TGWTDT) directed by the talented David Fincher.
TGWTDT, the first novel of Steig Larsson’s Millennium trilogy, and Fincher’s first Hollywood cinematic attempt surprisingly (since Hollywood usually seems to fuck shit up) engages, captivates, excites and delivers! (hope Fincher directs the next two in the series) This film has it all folks – drama, comedy, sex, kink, murder, wit, intrigue and romance!
True, hottie Daniel Craig’s performance doesn’t disappoint, especially with his gorgeous face beautifully faceted with age, but Rooney Mara, who plays Lisbeth Sander, steals the show, hands down! Not only does she command empathy when at her ‘worst’, lucky for us, she does everything without apology, just how all women should be!
Then came that one scene, much to my heart’s content – Lisbeth’s rings designed by designer Jules Kim of Bijules get their close-up – shiny and huge on the big screen. On the left hand, is Bijules’s ‘Skinny Bar Ring‘ from her BJ by Jules Kim collection shown here:
while sporting Bijules’s ‘Bony Knuckle Ring‘ from her Scream and Spirit Collection (below) on her right hand.
So I urge you to deck yourself out in one if not both of these rings if you truly want to channel Lisbeth Sander as these can not be replicated. Unless of course, you find many cheaper versions lacking that something special called authenticity.
Sure you can hit up mainstream and attempt to channel her with H&M’s Dragon With The Girl Tattoo collection, designed by the film’s costume designer, but why opt for disposable fashion, when you can truly have a keepsake like these rings by Bijules.
So run, don’t walk and see this flick!
A scarf on its own could be considered geometric already as it’s a long rectangle. However, this scarf by accessories designer Aiste Nesterovaite, full of geometric angles and curves can’t help but relish in its originality. Very few scarves can be worn as a collar, necklace or just a plain old scarf, like this one. True, at plain sight, it looks like just another infinity scarf but this one has something different. What sets this one apart from other infinity scarves is its play with geometric shapes and texture. In geometry, we find both lines + curves, both thankfully found in this scarf. And for that extra something, there is a little fringe attached to the bottom edges along the top or bottom of scarf, depending on how you choose to wear it of course.
It can be worn several ways. You can have the long rectangular geometric shapes hang like a necklace while the knit part cozies your neck like a high collar as seen on the model above. You let it hang there like a necklace, begging for commentary as shown above right. And if that doesn’t move you, just try wrapping it around twice for a layered effect as seen below right.
Consequently, the versatility of this geometric scarf doesn’t end there. This scard can be dressed up + or down. As seen in both images above and below, this scarf would compliment both a dressy look ust as much as it would a casual one. But isn’t it fascinating to see how wearing the scarf the same way with either outifit, changes the look completely. When wearing the scarf with the tunic dress or pants as a long circle, the dress looks more casual but when layered, it gives it a more sophisticated ‘put together’ feel.
Available in three colorways – dark gray, silver gray and black – this scarf, this geometric scarf, is sure to become that piece which adds interest to your look. Go to Vespoe for purchase. If you want more information on designer Aiste Nesterovaite, click here.