Saturday, January 30, 2010


Vivienne Westwood's incredible wallpaper creations....~

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  2. I'm not sure what would be more fabulous, as a person dressed in her wallpaper or my walls dressed in that wallpaper? So much to love about that woman. I'm crazy for your header by the way, looks terrific. I admire too that you posted your mothers photo on your blog. Strange enough last night @ around 2 a.m. I was thinking of doing the same as my mother passed on New Years day this year. Your mom was one stylish looking woman & I'm sure dearly loved.
    x deb
    (sorry for the delete, I dislike when I make typos!)

  3. I agree with Dumbwit Tellher there is so much to love about that woman! i would totally wear that white dress in the first picture (if it was fabric lol) and i would totally put the 1st dress in the first picture on my walls. thank you for sharing your blog - i love it! And i also love your new header...

  4. Deborah and Dionne, thanks for much for your posts.

    Deborah - I did read that your mother passed away - I have been meaning to write to you about it and to say, at the very least, that I am sorry but, quite honestly, I have so much to say and yet, I am lost for words. My Mother's death has changed me, not for better or for worse, just changed me. I am a different person today than I was on April 1, 2009, the day before she died but I KNOW that she is with me, in so many ways, and guides me all the time. She was a very fashionable, stylish, provocative (in some ways), brave and progressive woman. When we lived in Communist Poland (when I was a child), she somehow managed to tune into all the latest trends, to have all of the latest hairstyles, to wear boots and accessories from the West. She was smashing! I wish that little suede tunic she wears in that photo were still around but I do have her pendant watch, the one around her neck.
    Celebrate your mother, Deborah, I know you will - and she will know that you are celebrating her!

    Dionne - my friend! Westwood has always been an icon of mine, not that I am brave enough to wear half of her creations but she is an icon, an artist, a visionary. Glad you like her too!

    Ladies, thanks for your comments on my new banner - a little dark but then, so am I, from time to time!
    oxox to you both