Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Tim Walker exhibit

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The Tim Walker exhibit was so special!  I loved that he did special photos just for the exhibition.  I will let the photos speak for themselves.  Oh and go see it...more info here

Outfits:

Me:

Jumper: 1960s sage moss apple green leather
Blouse: Late 1930s early 1940s silk blouse with leg of mutton sleeves and ruffle trim
Eskimo zipper pull: 1930s eskimo piece found at Spittalfields market
Belt: 1960s wide black belt
Crown: 1920s Black celluloid tiara crown 
Socks: H&M
Shoes: Patent leather Marks and Spencer

Morgan:

Fur coat: 1940s white fox fur coat
Leggings: H&M
Purse: Louis Vuitton
Shoes: Primark

10 comments:

Ruby Armoire said...

Your fur coats are incredible - and the zip pull - I want your talent of finding things!

Seems like everyone is going to see the Tim Walker exhibit, my turn should be soon.

Ruby xx

Cara-Leigh said...

I love Tim Walker's work. I need to see this, it looks fabulous!

Elizabeth Mackey said...

That is a super cool exhibit!!! The giant doll is you :) Oh, and I sure would love to have that giant bee playing the violin in my living room.

Nicole Eymard said...

Go go!!!!!

Nicole Eymard said...

It was pretty cool, Morgan and i were a little annoyed by the displays and how they are in easter grass...

mary van note said...

looks like a rad exhibit. we have twinsies leather jumpers: http://maryvannote.com/blog/2012/07/18/fall-preview/

Caitlin said...

So cool!!! I'm jealous!

thorne garnet said...

more weird dolls on a Wednesday. I've never heard of Tim Walker, thanks for posting this because I'll be checking him out.

Shannon Richter said...

the fur!!!!

ilovefilm85 said...

You both look fabulous, those coatsremind me of American Psycho, 80s decadence. Would love to see the exhibit x

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