Daft Punk is featured in French magazine Obsession and it is one badass spread. The iconic helmets are polished to a high shine and the styling and details are fascinating! I love them all, but the glove? I want that framed and on my wall, like, now.
The new album Random Access Memories is expected to release stateside on May 21. You can read the editorial here. Google translate is a bit rough but you’ll at least get the gist of it.
[Via Trendland, and my friend Chelsea]
I’m 5 days in to a 12 day marathon at work. No weekend this week, so instead I caught up with my dear friend Gena over coffee and tea and also snuck away for some lunching. The only hard part has been the gloomy, stormy weather that makes me want to stay in bed. Enjoy your weekend, friends. Make it an extra good one.
Here are a few of my favorites from the week. Kiss!
No surprise, I lunched at Sitka & Spruce. Smelt, loxed trout, and lightly fermented vegetables. Oh, and some bubbly.
I indulged in Thai pastries. Chef made these pastries filled with her pineapple preserves as a gift for one of our servers that just moved to Hawaii. These piggies were ‘seconds’ so they became mine.
I had this on repeat. Then I decided to check out the video. Nothing like Time (Clock of the Heart) as the soundtrack to an extra long week. I suddenly see the irony in this.
I had been preparing myself for a less than spring-y Spring this year, but as luck would have it we’ve been completely spoiled so far. I actually got to wear shorts and skirts for the past five days! I don’t remember Seattle being this generous last year, in fact I remember something like two straight weeks of rain at one point. My fingers are crossed that this lovely weather continues. Hoping you’ve gotten kissed by the sun as well.
Summer dress for an impromptu al fresco brunch. Love the kimono style of this dress, complete with the sweetest drop-waist skirt. Too bad the skirt was so short the back of my legs looked very much like the stripes on the tablecloth, thanks to the picnic-style chairs. Ah, but who cares it was a gorgeous day, and my legs hadn’t seen the sun in for-ev-er.
On The Radio Live (1983). I’ve unabashedly confessed my obsession over disco music a few times before, so of course I was really sad to hear that Donna Summer had passed away yesterday. She has always been, and will continue to be one of my all-time favorite artists. Here’s a sweet little performance to celebrate The Queen of Disco and her talents that went far beyond that title.
Lana Del Rey.
She’s an incredibly polarizing figure in today’s music scene but for me she’s a breath of much needed style and talent. Regardless of what the critics say or how you feel about her, it feels like enough to celebrate the fact that she’s different.
Check out Blue Jeans above. This video is sexy to no end!
In celebration of Freddie Mercury’s 65th birthday the folks at Google created this little feature. Absolutely love this; I know what I’ll be listening to after work tonight.
Filed under: Music
A big fan for over a year now, I was beyond excited when Natalia Kills finally launched her debut album stateside earlier this week. Not quite patiently waiting for this album I’ve had to get my Natalia Kills fix via YouTube videos. She’s got my getting-ready-to-go-out soundtrack nailed, but having to stop mid eye-liner application to push replay every two and a half minutes was far from ideal (but still completely worth it). For me, Natalia Kills is everything that pop music SHOULD be, complete with a style that matches and complements her music. Some are calling it “revenge pop” but I don’t really care what it is, this album is fierce. If you’re looking for something new in pop music check her out–you can stream the new album from her site. (A few of my favorites: Wonderland, Break You Hard, Love Is A Suicide, Nothing Lasts Forever, & Mirrors.)