Sunday, October 30, 2011

POP ACCESSORIES: featuring Luma Grothe for i-D Online

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"It Was Acceptable in the 70's"- loving this editorial by photographer John de Lima featuring model Luma Grothe. Shot in artist Samara Scott's 70's inspired set design for the Frieze Art Fair, the candy colored shots is like looking through the eyes of someone who overdosed on marshmallows, cupcakes, jelly beans and drank rainbow colored shots all night. x


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Loving the gold ankle cuffs! xx

Thursday, October 27, 2011


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PEARL SKULL NECKLACE (My Secret Agent Lover Man)

The latest trend to hit the streets is the necklace under the shirt collar. Love it because it means I can wear my necklace all day and night comfortably without having it catch on my hair or irritating the skin (for people with sensitive skin)!

It also adds a touch of feminity to the boyish charm of a collared shirt, love the juxtaposition. Get your fix on this latest trend with My Secret Agent Lover Man's "Pearl Skull Necklace". x

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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Sunday, October 23, 2011


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Had a bit of play with the copying machine this weekend after being inspired by our previous post on P.S. I Made This. Our background didn't turn out dark enough but love the rawness of the images.

This is our top three master pieces, for now we're framing them up and they will be up on the wall in our little studio! Thanks for the inspiration Erica! xx

Sunday, October 16, 2011


Materials: 1. Picture/Shadow Box Frame     2. Drawer Pulls     3. Thick Chain (or whatever jewellery you like)
4. Gorilla Glue     5. Double Stick Tape     6. Access to copy machine
STEP 1: Lay down your chain or other choice of jewellery flat onto the copy machine in your desired pattern.

STEP 2: Keep the lid open while you hit the "Colour Copy" button, this will create a black background.
Depending on the size of your frame, you may need 1-2 sheets of paper.

STEP 3: After the ink is dry, use double stick tape to connect the papers together, making it look like a
seamless and continuous pattern. Place papers under glass, and secure into the frame.

STEP 4: Use Gorilla Glue to adhere the drawer pulls as handles onto the side of the frame, let dry for 24 hours
before picking up.

Taa daa! You have got yourself one stylish jewellery-inspired tray.

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Came across this cute little DIY Project by Erica Domesek of P.S. I Made This  on how to create a chic serving tray with a jewellery touch! How clever!

Had to share, think of all the endless possibilities! I'm thinking one with a skull theme with pieces from our "Grave Escape" Collection and another with some great vintage jewellery. Might have a bit of play this week with some jewellery prints, stay tuned for the update and images! xx

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