Thursday, 25 August 2011

Let's have a Toast

Monday, 22 August 2011


Karl Lagerfeld Diet Coke

"Mor" Cosmetics. Have always loved their completely unique cosmetic packaging.

Piece of cakes, the packaging is so cute.


This Saturday I've been invited to two Weddings, therefore I thought of adding a new post about wedding ideas.

Handkerchief wedding invites.

Silhouette wedding cake toppers

Friday, 19 August 2011

Gifts for bikers

You don't want to leave your bicycle outside, there is a great idea, install a bike shelve in your flat, I really love the idea and I like the design.

A bike shop in Germany... like a bike Mecca!

Such a spiffy bike basket

Exactly what a bike should be, nothing more, nothing less. It's Perfect. Love that shade of green> Beautiful bike fenders and all. If you wanna make me happy, find me that bike :)

Thursday, 18 August 2011


JFK and Jacky happy together

Twiggy, she had an amazing personality, actress and singer. In the early-1960s she became a prominent British teenage model of swinging sixties.

This is Rosamund Pike, I have to say that she is one of my favourite actress, she was born in London and has played in several TV mini-series, in 2010 she was nominated for the best actress of the year for Barney's Version movie directed by Richard J. Lewis.

A place to eat in New York

All of a Sudden, the Toughest Table in New York Five nights a week, chef César Ramirez offers the most outrageously fabulous meals in New York, prepared and served in a space that also acts as the prep kitchen of a grocery store on the same block. When I went early last year, the total number of seats was twelve. Recently he expanded to eighteen, and his partners have sprung for a seven-figure renovation. Yes, that's $1 million for one small room. It gleams. The food is of the moment and of the market, downtown Brooklyn's take on the chef's table. Ramirez, an ex–David Bouley protégé, is always there cooking, putting out at least twenty small courses, each a bite or three, aided by two assistants and a fellow by the name of Marcilino, the hardest-working dishwasher in New York. The food is close to French but has inspired twists—jumbo lump crab encased in kataifi (a Middle Eastern play on shredded wheat), bluefin toro in mustard-seed sauce, a Kumamoto oyster with grapefruit gelée and crème fraîche, bacalao with cod roe and microplaned black truffle. Ramirez says the small assemblage that he refused to lower his standards, that his single goal was perfection.

Office Spaces

I really could see myself working in that Office, wooden floor and white furnitures.

Wednesday, 17 August 2011

Pancakes mold

Star Wars pancake molds, I love it, this is so cute. Kids will enjoy it.

Steaks - monogrammed brander

Their steaks are a work of art so why shouldn’t they sign them? This welded-steel, Western-style brander arrives with a hanging barn-board holder branded with their initials.

Coffee Beans make-up design

Coffee beans in a glass to store make-up brushes.

Tuesday, 16 August 2011

New Summer style

Sweet spaces

That wood above the fireplace is GORGEOUS

With some more graphic rugs this would be glorious...

Vintage metal bed, wood, pitched roof, white

Black ceiling

How can you find the right pair of shoes?

Many factors go into deciding on a new pair of shoes. Choosing the right pair can mean a significant boost in comfort and style. It's important to look for something that fits well and coordinates with your existing wardrobe. The steps below can help.

    • 1

      Decide on a shoe budget. Depending on what you're willing to spend, different styles and brands may suit you best. Shopping at a discount venue, for instance, severely limits your choice of brand and style but provides very cheap shoes.

    • 2

      Pick a shoe type to look for. Choosing shoes can become a hassle if you don't know what you're searching for. It's best to fit your shoe to what you use shoes for. If you're on your feet all day, it's important to choose a comfortable shoe with lots of padding.

    • 3

      Know your foot. Check your old shoes and note which areas are the most worn. Be on the lookout for rubbing or tightness in those areas when you choose shoes. This can be more prominent in cheap shoes, or in those with little padding.

    • 4

      Try on different pairs. Finding the right style and fit can take awhile, so it's best to devote a little time to trying on different kinds and brands of shoes. Compare a pair of cheap shoes to an expensive pair. Walk back and forth a few times to see how they feel against your feet, and make sure you consider whether you'll be wearing socks or not.

Will I ever find the right pair of shoes?

Mathematics & Arithmetic


Smart man + smart woman = romance
Smart man + dumb woman = affair
Dumb man + smart woman = marriage
Dumb man + dumb woman = pregnancy

Smart boss + smart employee = profit
Smart boss + dumb employee = production
Dumb boss + smart employee = promotion
Dumb boss + dumb employee = overtime