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Is there anything cuter than rosy cheeks? :)

1. Detail of Coyote Ghost, beautiful work of illustrator Rebecca Green.
2. Little birdie, a very delicate picture by Marie Hochhaus.
3. Devon Aoki by Mario Sorrenti for The Face October 1997.
4. Lovely illustration by Mercedes deBellard.

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Cath Kidston: The London Bus

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Loving the new Cath Kidston print, with one of the most iconic british features: the London bus! So cute!

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Cath Kidston website.

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Cute outfit of the day: stripe paperbag skirt

Oasis Stripe Paperbag Skirt

Such a cute combination: white tank top + high waist skirt + neutral sandals. This stripe paperbag skirt is adorable, I think I need it…

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via Oasis.

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instafave: ihavethisthingwithfloors

instafave: @ihavethisthingwithfloors

An account completely dedicated to selfeets (feet selfies). So cool! Prepare yourself for some amazing floors: colorful, geometric, you name it! And you can try to join the fun using the hashtag #ihavethisthingwithfloors in your pics!

Follow: @ihavethisthingwithfloors

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pastel kitchen

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If there’s a place in the house that I LOVE, this place is the kitchen. Now imagine a pastel-perfect kitchen. Oh, yes. Now we’re talking… 

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via Boligcious blog

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Witchery SS14

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Witchery Spring Summer 2014. Oh, how I miss summer! #comebacksummer

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Witchery website.

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The last three… books

Os três últimos livros

Baudolino, by Umberto Eco - translated by Marco Lucchesi
 Editora Record

The memories and adventures of Baudolino, the adopted son of Emperor Frederick Barbarossa and a liar by nature. A delightful medieval fable, mixing fantastic storytelling, mystery and lots of adventure. A must read for anyone who is curious about the Middle Ages and the (mythological?) Christian universe, as it addresses issues such as the Holy Grail, for example. And the political aspect of the book is very current, is interesting to draw a parallel with the present day.

Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman, by Haruki Murakami
original title: Mekurayanagi to, nemuru onna  Vintage Books

I’ve always heard so many good things about Murakami, especially about his best known book 1Q84 (published in three volumes between 2009 and 2010). I decided to start with something lighter and chose this short stories collection, written by the author between 1980 and 2005, and fell in love madly. I suffered with the end of each short story, wanting them to continue on forever (or at least a little bit longer, to the point of becoming novels).

Discovering the World, by Clarice Lispector
original title: A Descoberta do Mundo • Editora Rocco

468 chronicles Clarice wrote for Jornal do Brasil (a brazilian newspaper), between 1967 and 1973. It’s very interesting to see the strangeness (and genius) of the author with this “new” format, that she questioned and struggled to master. I think this book can be read at once or little by little, as small pearls of wisdom. We definately don’t make human beings like Clarice anymore.

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Les lampes Chantilly

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Les lampes Chantilly or the Chantilly Lamps are a project by french designer Constance Guisset, whose objective was to design delicate and funny lamps at a reasonable price (I did a little research and the large lamp costs about 140 euros). So very beautiful!

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Constance Guisset website.
via Moustache Paris.

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today’s craving: Crosley vinyl record player

Crosley Geo Fabric Vinyl Record Player

I’m looking for a vinyl record player and this one from Crosley is inhabiting my dreams for quite some time now. Isn’t it lovely??? Whoever gives me one wins my eternal love.  :)

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Crosley website.
via Urban Outfitters.

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Salvador Dalí exhibition

Salvador Dalí no CCBB

I had not visited the Salvador Dalí exhibition here in Rio, at CCBB, for a number of reasons. Among them, I must confess, is the fact that I’ve never been a big fan of the surrealist movement. Don’t get me wrong, I understand the importance of the movement (and I have enormous sympathy for the binding of Dalí with psychoanalysis), but his work never “caught” me, you know?

I had seen a lot of his work in museums I visited while travelling and was determined not to face the huge weekend queues at CCBB. But then I received an irresistible invitation for a guided visit to the exhibition this week, for guests only, and I had to check it out. I was surprised at how beautiful the exhibition is. If you have the opportunity to visit, I highly recommend it. Here’s a few pictures of what you’ll find there:

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Do you like surrealism and Salvador Dalí?

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CCBB website.
Salvador Dalí Exhibition - Curator Montse Aguer
Rua Primeiro de Março, 66 – Centro - Rio de Janeiro
30 May – 22 September 2014
Wednesday to monday 9am-9pm
Tel: (21)3808-2020

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