Just came across this buried in a folder on my desktop. I had set these aside to post a long while ago. The store is fineanddandyshop.com, oh so dandy. Their tag line is “Accessories for Dapper Guys”. Send me a boy that looks like this! I guess I am moving to London in January, maybe my chances will improve…
Here are some great accessories I have found! You can find any of these stores on Etsy.
Tux & Tulle- Custom & Awesome
BeauxRegard – Handmade from Vintage Fabrics
CustomFalaviaDesigns- OTIS Bow Ties
Comic Firefly – Steampunk Style
JoannaBizu – Classy
Mental Embellisher -Vintage & Steampunk
Revenge is the title of a photographic book by photographer Ellen von Unwerth. I thought a little vintage styled sauciness might liven up your Monday 😉
Just released today, a new book claiming to be the most comprehensive survey of hairstyles ever published. I trust this will be an amazing sourcebook, with tonnes of inspirational images, since it’s coming from Charlotte Fiell, the editor behind those fantastic Taschen design icon books – you know the ones? She also has two fashion sourcebooks being released soon: one on the 1920s being released in a few days, and one on the 1930s due out in March 2012. I’ll post about those shortly.
Here’s the blurb for Hairstyles Ancient to Present:
No part of the human body is as culturally determined, and as diverse in its possible expressions, as hair. The afro, beehive, bob, bouffant, bowl cut, dreadlocks, mullet, mohawk, perm, pompadour – from year to year, and from era to era, old and new hairstyles come and go, telling a new tale about their wearers each time around. Hairstyles: Ancient to Present is not only the most comprehensive survery of hairstyles ever published, it is also a visual celebration of this endlessly inventive cultural phenomenon that looks at the entire cultural sprectrum of hairstyle, from ancient Greek tresses and eighteenth century powdered wigs to Art Deco bobs and Punk spikes, to the latest directions in the world of hairdressing today. Throughly researched, with 800 illustrations, this book showcases an amazing array of wonderfully imaginative styles, while also demonstrating the remarkable skill of their creators. It includes over 1,000 hairstyles, from resplendent Victorian chignons to 1950’s ponytails to the creations of today’s top stylists. With page after page of visual inspiration, Hairstyles contextualises through its accompanying texts the historical and and cultural relevance of hairdressing in society, as well as analyzing its role as a signifier of social status.
Gorgeous handmade blossoms for hair and lapel, at Etsy store DinkybirdBoutique. Most are in the $10-$20 range, aren’t they beautiful? Thanks Stephanie for sharing!