Tuesday, September 29, 2009


Un retour aux sources

I've decided to take a more personal turn with this thing which,
I know, I haven't kept up as regularly as i should.
This might be an ego thing, I couldn't deny it, I guess...
However I prefer to see it as a document in time
of my progress. How things evolve and maintain themselves
is a process which interests me a lot. So, here I go!

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Summer lovin'..

So summer is officially here and this
will be my bathing suit
(ok, maybe less revealing in the back)
in white!

Friday, May 1, 2009

Le théatre de la vie

What's happening right now in
Mexico and the rest of the world is pretty bad:
the authorities are keeping the number of dead down,
and the media are hyping the whole thing up.
Between truth and lie, no one knows what to believe in anymore.

photograph: Tim Walker

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

La moiteur

Amaaazing editorial,
unfortunately i don't know anything about the model,
the photographer or the stylist....
Do any of you know??

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Extension de la pensée

These amazing "hats" are another way
to make an extension of
your random thoughts!

"Just couture"
by Peter Lindbergh
Vogue Italia 1999

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Monday, April 13, 2009

Eloge de la folie

Geniuses share the same pain.
painting: Strindberg

Friday, April 10, 2009

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Voyage voyage...

I dream of a loong indian summer..
McCall magazine, 1966

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Ma voiture rêvée

Who wouldn't want such a fun car? To drive
around with some radio slave on...

Monday, April 6, 2009

Sir David Hicks

An amazing little house built
by the late designer
Sir David Hicks

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Fantaisies souterraines...

photograph by Jam Abelanet

Beaux bijoux

Delicous jewellery from Elle deluxe...
An idea for Valentine's day maybe?
photographer unknown

Friday, April 3, 2009

Casual friday

Astrid Muñoz for the Spanish Elle

Beauté Américaine

"American Beauty" by Sam Mendes

"Sometimes there is so much beauty in the world, i feel like i can't take it,and my heart is just going to cave in...'

Thursday, April 2, 2009

L'arbre magique

who wouldn't like such a tree for a fabulous party,huh?
source unknown


Can you see it?
The infinite space between the two nipples
(ugh, i don't like that word at all).
And then you get this:

photograph: Patrick Demarchelier
fresco: Michelangelo

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Instinct basique

Basic Instinct by Paul Verhoeven

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

La noyade

I have a strange feeling of drowning
and longing for somebody
to rescue me.

Steven Meisel

mysterious and fascinating...

Sunday, March 8, 2009

Sunday, March 1, 2009


Despite the fact this is not really my generation,
i still really like it.


photograph: Steven Meisel

de la ressemblance

photograph:Peter Lindbergh
painting:Paul Gauguin

Thursday, February 26, 2009

drôle de dame...

photographs: Patrick Demarchelier for Vogue Paris

le fond de l'angoisse

'The horror! the horror!'
Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad.
"Apocalypse now", the movie by
Francis Coppola
is based on this novel.

painting:Mervyn Peake

L'artiste et sa muse

Apparently, she burnt all the
love letters from his former mistresses
in order to avoid us knowing who they were.

painting: Emilie FLÖGE by Gustav Klimt

Les yeux de la vérité

The saying goes "a picture is worth a thousand words".

photograph:Peter Lindbergh
"le Touquet" 1987

La famille Française

"Un conte de noel"
by Arnaud Desplechin

"Sometimes it seems to me it would be wonderful to be a french family. Philosophising the entire day about life, then talk a bit of crap or argue, and afterwards go eat dinner and talk some more. And of course, smoke the entire day"
by Dana Linssen,
NRC Handelsblad
on Wednesday the 25Th of February

"Soms lijkt het me heerlijk om een Franse familie te zijn. Lekker de hele dag over het leven filosoferen, daarna een beetje slap ouwehoeren of ruzie maken, dan met z'n allen aan tafel gaan en nog meer praten. En de hele dag roken natuurlijk."
door Dana Linssen,
NRC Handelsblad
op woensdag 25 februari

le mythe des chats

I have one.
She bites, roars, rolls up and hisses.
But i love her.

photograph: Mert&Marcus
artwork:Lucio Fontana

l'armure moderne

Everybody needs something to create
the illusion of protection.
It could be a phone, a jacket,
sunglasses or make-up.
Without it, we feel insecure and naked.
What about you?

photograph:David Bellemere


"Pour jamais! Ah! Seigneur, songez-vous en vous-même
Combien ce mot est affreux quand on aime?
Dans un mois, dans un an, combien souffrirons-nous,
Seigneur que tant de mers me séparent de vous?
Que le jour recommence et que le jour finisse
Sans que jamais Titus puisse voir Bérénice...
Sans que de tout le jour je puisse voir Titus!"

Acte IV, Scène V
Bérénice, de Jean Racine

photograph by Gabor Jurina

copié collée

One is from the 19th century,
the other from the 21st century.
Is there any difference?

painting by Ingres

naissance des pieuvres

"Naissance des pieuvres"
by Céline Sciamma

madame est servie!

le crâne vide

Hair has always been of great importance for women. Long hair is not only seen as a sex symbol, but it is a sign of wealth as well. This is why deliberately shaving your hair off is being perceived as refusal of society. The most famous example is Britney Spears. However, she was not the only one: Angeline Jolie shaved her hair off as well. To me, women with no hair have a singular beauty which is a bit otherwordly. But: "beauty is in the eye of the beholder", so see for yourself!

So,what do you think?