Sounds like the new Amasa Hines album is coming soon. We can’t wait to hear it in it’s entirety! In the meantime check out this live performance from last year!
We’ve been teased with the rumors for a few months now, but the time has come that Marc Jacobs’ makeup line is finally available. And while I haven’t tried anything from the line out yet, just browsing the products gives the impression that the products will live up to the quality we’ve come to expect from this brand. Above are a few of the pretties that I would love to get my hands on and below are the links to them!
Have you tried the line out yet? What products are you dying to try?
1. Shameless Bold Blush in Outspoken
2. Lovemarc – Lip Gel in Surrender Dorothy
3. Style Eye-Con No.3 – Plush Shadow in The Mod
4. Style Eye-Con No.3 – Plush Shadow in The Glam
5. Highliner – Gel Crayon in Blacquer
6. Lovemarc – Lip Gel in Happy Endings
7. Enamored Hi-Shine Nail Lacquer in Desire
8. Enamored Hi-Shine Nail Lacquer in Daisy
9. Enamored Hi-Shine Nail Lacquer in Petra
10. Enamored Hi-Shine Nail Lacquer in Secret Love
We’re both fans of Robyn and Kings of Leon and when we heard about this cover we had to hear it (In fact we wanted our wedding DJ to play Call Your Girlfriend at our wedding and he didn’t). It’s a good slow jam version of Dancing on My Own. Check it out and let us know what you think of it.
I wanted to share some of my favorite photos from the last few years that I've taken for our blog. Please check them out! If you like these or the clothes that are in the photos please check out some of the older posts! Thanks!
RECOVER by CHVRCHES
SAFE & SOUND by Capital Cities
CLOSER THAN THIS by St. Lucia
DEEP SHADOWS by Little Ann
LAST NIGHT I HEARD EVERYTHING IN SLOW MOTION by Oliver Tank
COLOUR IN YOUR HANDS by D.L.i.d featuring Fink
COME HOME by Little Dragon
ROYALS by Lorde
HANGING ON by Active Child
Here’s a playlist for this month. Let us know what you think in the comments? Is there anything we should be listening to?
Something that I never thought would happen happened. And I’m just now writing about it because it took me a full 24 hours to recover.
Yesterday seemed like a pretty typical Monday until my Aunt Sandy called to see if I was available that evening. “There’s an event at the Clinton Library, ” she said, “and the Clintons will be there. And Oscar de la Renta. And Barbara Walters.”
She said it so nonchalantly as if world-renowned fashion icons found themselves in Little Rock all the time. (They don’t.) Obviously I made myself available and obviously I called my mom and squealed with her for the next ten minutes.
After a bit of googling I realized that “the event” my aunt had invited me to was a celebration the Clinton family was putting on to honor their friend Oscar de la Renta in conjunction with the exhibition of his work at the Presidential Center. Google also taught me that Ms. Vogue herself, Anna Wintour (oh. my. gosh.), would be in attendance as well.
I listened in awe as they each took their turns celebrating the designer’s talent and character.
And then finally it was Mr. de la Renta’s turn. The entire ballroom sat silently as he purred praises for Mrs. Clinton and her family. He was impossibly gracious and down to earth and someone the entire room wanted to be instant best friends with.
You didn’t think I would end it without showing you a peek at the drool-worthy exhibit, did you?
This is a crosspost from Little Rock Film Festival.
Little Rock, AR – The 3rd annual Little Rock Horror Picture Show is slated for March 21-23rd, 2014 and will be hosted at the Little Rock Film Festival’s new flagship theater, the Arcade Theater. The Little Rock Horror Picture Show has had two successful years featuring films such as Eric England’s Madison County and Roadside, Chad Crawford Kinkle’s Jug Face, and Don Thacker’s Motivational Growth. The festival showcases the best in genre films from around the world every spring as a part of the Little Rock Film Festival’s year round programming.
Submissions for the 3rd annual festival will be open starting July 1st with the early bird deadline ending August 15th. As with all of the Little Rock Film Festival’s events Arkansas made submissions will be free to submit. Full length features as well as short films in the horror, science fiction, fantasy genres as well as animated films are all eligible to submit.
“Not only will we show the best genre films from around the world, we will also show the best horror and sci-fi films from Arkansans that the world needs to see,” said festival director Justin Nickels. “The Little Rock Horror Picture Show continues the excellence the Little Rock Film Festival brings to Arkansas every year.” Submissions will be open from July 1, 2013 until January 15, 2014. The Little Rock Horror Picture Show will continue making announcements leading up to next year’s festival.