Yummmmmmy this is a range of corsets inspired by cupcakes and candy – and best of all designer Maya Hansen has called the range “Cake corsets” – think I will even take one of these over the skeleton shoes. At least that’s my outfit sorted for The Mad Artists Tea Party anyway!
Via The Trendy Girl
This is my favorite notebook – I am on about my 5th from Maiden but realize I have never posted it!
Here are some results from an amazing Jelly competition, and it is also well worth checking out the AWESOME Flickr stream of the event from which some of the images below are taken.
Finally it’s important to note that the organizers of this great event choose to remember Tobias Wong.
Thanks to Christine, from Kathmandu (yes really – she’s studying there), for the tip!
This has made my Sunday – hilarious piece about the Jellymongers Occult Jam, the one made with Princess Diana’s hair, had a full page 3 in today’s Express (nice to know they are a week behind my blog with them ‘being the first on news’ and all that). It’s worth a read – I have never been more proud of my friends. Read it here.
Best of all I have Lily & Violet staying with me all week (a friends awesome twins) as they are going to Jellymongers for work experience this week – here they are revising!
My lovely friends the Jellymongers are totally fucking awesome in general but have nailed it this time for me: I shall be buying my mother the jam with a hair from ‘Princess Diana’ in it for Christmas.
Since the dawn of time man has struggled to unlock the secrets of eternal life. Occult Jam is a small triumph over mortality. Base ingredients are preserved through their transformation into jam and enhanced with powerful artifacts. The Jellymongers Occult Jam launches at The Surreal House exhibition (more posts on that soon) at Barbican Art Gallery on 24th June. The jams include the best flavours EVER:
Milk Jam infused with a speck of Princess Diana’s hair
Absinthe and pineapple with sand from the Great Pyramids
Plum and Oak with wood from Nelson’s ship The Victory
Occult jam will be available to purchase from the Barbican Art Gallery Shop – BRING IT ON!!!!
Super cute pothole gardens from Pete Dungey – I spent last summer filling in holes in my road with jelly (as the local council were clowns) so I must try to dig some pictures out. I was ‘hoping’ for one deep enough for a trifle but alas it was never to be.