The Latest From Down Under: Triangl’s New Neoprene + Cheeky Bum Bikini Is Here!

You know how much we are in total lustaliciousness with Triangl and their sets of über cuteness bikinis, so, we were super excited about the latest Billie Bikini.

Making some much loved waves, the Billie features a bra-style top along with Triangl’s new cheeky bum bottoms.

The new bikini bottoms are [Read more…]

How Barbie Inspired Vogue Paris In Dior, Valentino, Moschino & More

Hiya, Barbie!

Photographed by Italian photographer Giampaolo Sgura for the Vogue Paris December/January 2015 issue, the aesthetically pleasing spread is the type of gloss and glitter little girls (and grown up Blair Waldorf’s) would absolutely vie for.

Clad in hues of neon pinks, British Racing Greens, cherry reds and chromatic golds with stilettos visually-gasmic enough to lip-bite into, Magdalena Frackowiak and Elisabet Erm struck a pose, accessories and all, in an homage to the Mattel staple. [Read more…]

Cachaça & Carnaval: Couture Culture with Brazilian Style! [GIVEAWAY]

Ah, Brazilian culture – it’s beautiful. So dynamic, so fervid and so unique.

As the only Portuguese-speaking nation in Latin America, it’s the land of the caipirinha, botos, the Amazon, samba and carnaval.

Where energy independence and strategically using their natural resources, have thrust them from third-world economic status to hosting the World Cup in 2014 and the Olympic Games in 2016.

Brazilian Style by Armand Limnander, Assouline’s most anticipated release for autumn, is the quintessential guide to celebrating and understanding the richness that is Brazil: the architecture, fashion, beauty, culinary arts, and culture.

Hardcover, 208-pages, rich colour and described as

Pelé, Oscar Niemeyer, caipirinhas, Sonia Braga, Vik Muniz, Ivo Pitanguy, Ipanema, Tropicália, and more…

Brazilian culture is rich with artists and architects, models and screen stars, festivals and religions.

Brazilian Style exports the country’s best—including legendary icons from the past as well as contemporary, cutting-edge trendsetters.

With evocative photography and succinct, fast-paced texts, the book takes readers on a curated tour of the most important symbols of modern and traditional Brazil.

Combining high and popular culture, Brazilian Style is a fresh and dynamic mix, capturing the spirit of one of the most vibrant nations on earth.

Splashed with delicious photographs, Brazilian names such as the gorgeous Gisele Bündchen, fashion designer Francisco Costa and the world’s best rubber flip-flops, Havaianas, grace the pages. [Read more…]

{Pinkalicious: Foto Lust} Kattaca’s ‘La Esencia de Klimt’

“There is no self-portrait of me.”
– Gustav Klimt

That’s it. It’s official, I’m a total Kattaca fan.

First, they did Art Design for one of my favourite books, The Little Prince, now they grace us with their interpretation of the works of one of my favourite artists, Gustav Klimt.

Klimt (July 14, 1862 – February 6, 1918) was an Austrian Symbolist painter and one of the most well known members of the Vienna Art Nouveau (Vienna Secession) movement. His most successful phase is considered his “Golden Phase” where each of his pieces were painted with gold leaf.

I love this. I mean I really, absolutely, love Kattaca’s interpretation here.

My favourite Klimt piece is “The Kiss” (above.) I had a poster of it that I hung in my dorm room my first year in university. It’s so pure, so colourful and so utterly lovely.

Go below for the rest:-

(*Warning: This post DOES contain artistic nudity. [Read more…]

{Pinkalicious: Foto Lust} Kattaca’s ‘El Principito’

“Grown-ups never understand anything by themselves, and it is exhausting for children to have to provide explanations over and over again.”
The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

The Little Prince is one of my favourite books…ever. So you can imagine how much in lust, full of glee and blinded bliss I was in when I came across these AMAZING pictures by Kattaca.

The art direction is flawless, in my opinion. The colours, the models, the set design…everything. I could burst I love these photographs so much.

Hands down [Read more…]