Sunday, March 11, 2012

A Flower That Grows and Never Dies

Floriography
 "a fancy name for the language of flowers
associating certain flowers with different meanings~
an old age art form expressing what we want to say and may not be able to speak out loud "







A Spring In Your Dirty Step




Churchill's Pub Miami March 2012








~Dancing feet, dancing leaves, euphoric colors and the sea. A time of rebirth and sunshine medicine ~
Bright and light, grunge, 1960's eyes, a vintage disguise




Valentino S/S 12



Ashish Gupta S/S 12


"Van Gogh meets Walt Disney sounds like a dangerous liaison. And so it was when Rodarte brought sunflowers bright and faded into the orbit of the “Sleeping Beauty” movie."

Beauty and the Beast released in 1991

Oscar de la Renta S/S 12
'Power Lies in her Femininity'

The Floral Headdress

Celebrities: Josephine de la Baume and Tavi Gavinson


Inspiration: Louise Dahl Wolfe, Harper’s Bazaar



Scene from the 1966 Czech film 'Daisies'








  Salvador Dali


'Tristan fou Costumes' (Femme fleurs) Salvador Dali



Once upon a time The Brady Bunch visited Gilligan's Island...







"The flowering almond has always stood as a symbol of hope. The hope, in dreams of a happier hour That alights upon misery’s brow Springs out of a silvery almond flower That blooms on a leafless bough. "

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