OUI, MADEMOISELLE

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31 January 2011

I lost my Je Suis Belle virginity today

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Oh yes, that was a so big surprise when I got home today and a package was waiting for me... the sender: JE SUIS BELLE. Oh kids, can you imagine that feeling when a designer-duo send you a piece of their collection?? Can't really describe. I felt like, you know, those american bloggers who are spoilt by the warm-hearted designers. Sooo f*cking good feeling, really! Is that happened to anyone here? In Hungary? Ah, I feel special, favoured and happy (so you can't break my happiness down telling me I'm not the first one).
Thank You very much dear Dalma and Tibi, you made my day (month?), caused an unforgettable experiance, the honest joy I feel now! Big love to You <3
Ezúton is köszönöm Nektek kedves Dalma és Tibi, felejthetetlen élmény és őszinte öröm, amit érzek! Nagy láv Nektek <3
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A few words about the bag. That's obvious I like it. No, no, no. I love it! Not because it was given to me, but because it's RAD. Yeah, my loyal readers, you know I don't use this word very often. It's for a foggy night, watching the craters of Moon, feeling desperate and desolate, your blew's in the air, and you're waiting. You're elegant, but in a solid way. No jewels, no glitter. It's your night. A night for hunt. Mysterious and compond. Really for me.
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Je Suis Belle website.

30 January 2011

Pre-Fall sounds fancy, right? (part 2)

While everyone's attention on haute couture, I have a few more words on pre-fall. Do not argue about pre-fall's irrelevance or significance. It's like resort, the same case, not that important but fun to care for, that's sure.
Celine. Has my biggest regard of pre-fall stuffs. You know, Phoebe Philo mixed everything she found: the facetious Harris and Shetland tweeds (what the designer calls "modern urban camouflage"), the discolights of silver trousers, the uproarious refreshed military, the leopard/leather pair's hooker senses, the stony businesswoman's stiffness, and the old lady's timeless foxfur. Definitely the best collection for september, if pre-fall means this period. Whatever pre-fall means.
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Maison Martin Margiela. THE COATS. There's nothing more to say. "Bimaterials (the typically Margielan—or let's say Maisonian, since the Maître has left the building—practice of juxtaposing two fabrics or materials on top of or adjacent to one another)." It's really an inimitable trick just like a Jean Eugène Robert-Houdin one.
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Reem Acra. I'm not this evening-dress and cocktail-dress liker kind of. But hey, look at these. Beautiful. Classic. Peafowl. Nebula. A more radical version of The Little Mermaid - for adults, or a costume for Elizabeth Taylor in Cleopatra (1963). That's how (and where) I imagine these.
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Rochas. So Oliver Twist, so 1800s - with the heavy flats and boyish, wide trousers. The other resemblance is Charlie Chaplin. No? That's why I like this collection, doesn't hold on to effeminacy phrases. Wide, mannish trousers, astrakhan caps and ankle socks remind me to Fellini-characters, Italian neorealism, a bit of circus world, clowns especially. You know what? I want to wear these to school, to party, to dream! Perfect to cut a dush.
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Antonio Marras. Reeeeeally something for your grandma, right, that's what you think now? Honey, be honest! But hey, following the witchy vibes of last fall, this is a perfect continue. (I hate the hair.)
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Pre-Fall 2011: Celine, Maison Martin Margiela, Reem Acra, Rochas, Antonio Marras. Photos from style.com, selected and edited by me.
Pre-Fall sounds fancy, right? (part 1) HERE!

27 January 2011

You know, I'm not your classmate anymore

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Fiona Apple, High School Satanic Worship, Björk, unknowns, last one Janeane Garofalo and Winona Ryder in Reality Bites 1994

26 January 2011

Easy and cheap

I've started a diet today for being thin like a stick and size zero. My breakfast was 2 black coffees, my lunch is a home-made cheap salad and my dinner will be some millet-balls. Nice, yeah?
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I was so surprised when I tasted my easy-and-cheap-to-make salad: it's so delicious and tasty! I mean, REALLY! I don't lie, try it! The recipe:
  • fresh mixed salad
  • 2 boiled eggs
  • 1 apple
  • some portsalute
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • little bit of salt, lemon juice, balsam vinegar, sugar
Bon appétit!

Nobody cares how cool you may think you are if gigs aren't fun anymore

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Randomly. Toooo tired to write anything now. Sorry kids.
Sources: Jeremy Scott Spring 2003, Kate Moss, Comme des Garçons flats, unknown

25 January 2011

Finally, it's over

Today I've taken my final examination. I came off well. So... I have my diploma. College is officially finished. I feel relieved, but I think I will miss a bit. Now I am deadly tired. Go to bed and watch a german expressionist film, maybe Dr. Caligari. Kisses and hugs to all of you, love. New post tomorrow. Au revoir.
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The last 3 movies I saw.
The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant (Die Bitteren Tränen der Petra von Kant) by Rainer Werner Fassbinder 1972, Port of Shadows (Le Quai des brumes) by Marcel Carné 1938, The Firemen's Ball (Hoří, má panenko) by Milos Forman 1967

22 January 2011

You won't find me working 9 to 5, Too much fun being alive

Hey guys, I'm back. So nice to meet you again! This time, not my laziness but learning set me back of blogging. Sad, ain't it? In three days, on Tuesday I'm going to take my FINAL EXAMINATION, whoah! Actually my mum's more nervous than I am. Learning about philosophy, universal filmhistory, hungarian filmhistory, film theories, genres, even about religions. Madness!!! Too much for 3 days. Hundreds of pages. (I take my degree on liberal arts-filmhistory and filmtheory department.) Wish me luck and cross your finger for me, please. Thank you, my dears. Till then I'm back enjoy this typical inspiration post, a moodboard for present.
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Givenchy Fall 2005, unknowns, Anarchy in the UK by Sex Pistols, last photo Chloe Sevigny for i-D august 1995

18 January 2011

I'm going to levitate in the anger I feel now

In the last few days I wasn't in the doing-something-cool mood, and still there's too much problems. It seems life is coming back into me, but not as you may think. Actually I am a bounder for some time past. Usually there's thoughts in my mind like "I hate everyone", as the granny or like "why people think they have to jawing incessantly about something?" Cheap talks. Why can't they shut the fuck up? Just for a while? (Really, I'd rather talk to flowers, I'd gladly learn their language.) So annoying. I am so annoyed by the milieu I'm in. Today I've realized why. They are the wrong people. Not the people I want to be with. I wanna be uncoloured, voiceless, unseen. I don't see them and they don't see me. This feeling strenghtened and now it rules. The best solution is to take a long pull at my mum's herbal bottle, feel no pain and staring B-movies whole night long? Yes, sounds fair. Hannah Jean said I always seem sad. Thank you for your care, my dear! I'm not sad or something, I'm frustrated, bitter a bit. I mourn for my own soul, because I'm selfish and I can do that. So don't worry it's okay to lose your personality sometimes and create a new one. A better one. A wicked one. We can do anything we want to. I can do anything I want to. I like to be selfish and evil. Usually.
I wear black. I wear Ann Demeulemeester.
I listen to Bikini Kill. I levitate myself.
Just because I can.
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Frustration, Feels Blind by Bikini Kill: recorded Live in Washington D.C. on April 4th 1992, unknown girl, Bitter Moon by Roman Polanski 1992, Ann Demeulemeester autumn/winter 1997/1998, Shut the Muddle up by butchtuffington, unknown, levitation original

17 January 2011

Ulisse's ball

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"In 1553 he took his doctor's degree in medicine at Bologna, and in the following year was appointed professor of philosophy and also lecturer on botany at the university. In 1560 he was transferred to the chair of natural history. At his instance the senate of Bologna established in 1568 a botanical garden, of which he was appointed the first director. About the same time he became inspector of drugs, and in that capacity published in 1574 a work entitled Antidotarii Bononiensis Epitome, which formed the model for many subsequent pharmacopoeias." via

15 January 2011

Lick my legs I'm on fire

I miss this girl. I miss her hooker days.
So fragile, so wild.

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I relive the PJ Harvey experience nowdays, again. So I'm going to write more about her soon.

13 January 2011

Pre-Fall sounds fancy, right? (part 1)

Proenza Schouler. Here we are, again. I guess I'll make a Proenza Schouler-themed post and collect all the previous collections' number ones. Good idea? In the ropes: a street boy with his loose three-quarter pants and black socks versus the french Vogue's editor-in-chief with her sharp, black jacket (yes we all know Emmanuelle Alt is that now, so no more posts about it, PLEASE, by the way good luck Emmanuelle!). Seems none of the dualists could win, so Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez mixed the laxaty of streets and the elegance of french ones. Dresses for Sissy Hankshaw, the cowgirl and for Ellen Church's reincarnations at United Airlines. Attention! THIS pink is not a "hey sweeties I'm a girl and my favourite colour is the sweetest sweetie pink" kinda stuff. (Actually these are Guatemalan stripes, as Jack said.)
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3.1 Phillip Lim. Looking same and so different. The colors, the materials, the detail cuts. Definitely THE coats of the season. As I was hanging around pre-fall collections, I realized that for sure we will wear coats and flared trousers like THESE for this fall. Jesus. I mean, last time I wore flared trousers was in elementary school, and I make you sure that wasn't lately (alas!). We'll see, exciting.
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Balenciaga. The odd-one-out. What is happening around the house of Balenciaga? Chaos in minds, I guess. Leatwasy I hope, Mr. Ghesquière. I have various and strange feelings. These "grandma's outfit for grocery shopping" inspirated clothes raise the question: where's the dividing line between ugly and stylish. The purple fur with that skirt pulled on trousers stuff, the running shoes, the here and there military printed sweater, the dazzling kitschy coat, the Lassie-headed sweater (actually it was made in 2000 a/w already, take a look at here!), and the last decade's high heels looks pretty funny on a model who has a face like the young Marilyn Manson. There's something lovely about this collection. If you can formulate what it is exactly, don't be shy to comment!
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Read my pre-fall "reviews" on Calvin Klein and Rag & Bone. Or search for other collections here. PRE-FALL 2011: Proenza Schouler, 3.1 Philip Lim, Balenciaga. Photos via style.com selected and edited by me

12 January 2011

Since when can weathermen predict the weather? Let alone the future

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The miracle is, I looked at this first picture and I said, Hello Mr Yamamoto. *Proud?
Sorry for being this lazy today, I had no time and energy for writing or doing anything meaningful. Here's this amazing and grotesque editorial what I ADORE (in fact the whole). Have fun, sleep well and stuffs. Tomorrow I come back with pre-fall vibes. Goodnight kids!
Fei Fei wears dress Yohji Yamamoto, shirt Yves Saint Laurent, shoes Prada. Ann wears jumper Marc Jacobs, skirt Viktor & Rolf, ring Chrome Hearts, shoes Jeffrey Campbell.
Fei Fei Sun and Ann Kenny by Paola Kudacki for i-D Magazine Winter 2010