This week was the launch of Kenzo‘s new fragrance Madly Kenzo!. The campaign slogan is “Follies are the only things one never regrets“. Hummm…I guess that’s true, right? : )
Check out a few making of pics:
You can see the final result in the brand’s hotsite.
I took a few pictures during the launch of the perfume here in Rio, at Cavist restaurant in Ipanema, you can check them at this Flickr set.
Andrew B. Myers is a canadian photographer who works with elements of pop culture (and a little nostalgia). I adore his use of color! He has a very interesting tumblr and website, go check them out.
Ever since I saw this picture (via Pinterest) I can’t help but think: what a fabulous idea! Isn’t it a beautiful way to display all your favorite photos? I’m dying to make one myself!
Via Annie McElwain.
If you always wanted to decorate amazing party tables, but lacks the inspiration, you should take a look at some of BHLDN’s ideas. My favorite theme was this one, inspired by the Mad Hatter. Isn’t wonderful? A few essencial items:
1. Dotted shoppe straws.
2. Handmade papered Camelia.
3. Cake-to-go boxes.
4. High-Spirited garland.
*Remember my other post inspired by the beauties of BHLDN?*
Kevin Tong makes killer band posters. Love them!
I’m not a vegan myself, but I would never say no to one of these babies!
1. Vegan Brown Sugar Cinnamon Cupcakes, in Nancy Bombay Bambi‘s pic.
2. These vegan cupcakes contain tofu and are delicious, according to Caroline from The Wright Recipes.
3. Chocolate with chocolate frosting, from Sweet Cupcakes in Boston.
4. Margarita Cupcakes, via Hostess with the Mostess.
Gorgeous illustrations of the talented Carter Goodrich for the book Say Hello to Zorro!. Goodrich has illustrated thirteen New Yorker covers and has worked as a character designer on many animated films, such as Finding Nemo and Ratatouille. Pretty impressive, right?
Buy the book here and check out Carter Goodrich’s work here.
Monkey, bear and hippo breadboards, from Snug Studio. My kitchen needs them!
Last thursday I went to the launch of Roger&Gallet‘s new fragrance – Fleur d’Osmanthus, known as “the fragrance of hapinnes”. The event took place in Miam Miam, a delicious restaurant here in Rio de Janeiro and brought together a group of local bloggers. A few pics of our happy hour:
The scent of the Osmanthus flower – found in the Guilin region in China – is known to relieve stress and induce a good mood. Besides, it has a wondeful smell! I highly recommend it and all the options are delicious: the cologne (30ml and 100ml), soap (individual and kit with 3 units) and moisturizer. It’s a must have!
The Fleur d’Osmanthus line definitely entered my list of favorite products, along with the Rose and Gingembre (ginger) lines, all from Roger&Gallet. Thanks to the L’Oréal team (very helpful and lovely girls) for the invitation and the incredible kit!
I’d like to be transported to April Schultz‘s photostream today. Actually, any day would be awesome. Stunning scenarios!