Posts Categorized: style

top of the week

New segment here on posit design: I’m getting on the weekly wrap-up train. Here are some of the coolest things I’ve done and seen, on the web and in the world, this past week. 01.look: A dress that famed Victorian stage actress Ellen Terry wore while playing the role of Lady Macbeth has recently been restored at… Read more »

design nerd glee!

I just learned that PANTONE is teaming up with Sephora to create a make-up line. Then, I learned something even more exciting: the entire collection revolves around the 2012 color of the year, Tangerine Tango. I’ve written in the past of my deep and abiding love for Pantone and the color orange. I’ve been looking… Read more »

last week was…

all about FOCUSING. I’m spinning my wheels between three sprawling creative projects: my enormous graphic novel, a shorter 5-20 page comic I’m writing/illoing for a book competition, and my ss/ss triptych. Plus I just picked up a freelance web gig kind of by mistake. Now I need to slow down and actually bang at them…. Read more »

ttibtil: Mad Men Meets Mad Max

This installment of Things That I Bought That I Love celebrates an Ann Taylor pyramid stud bracelet that is the apotheosis of my mad-men-meets-mad-max style direction! The pyramid stud watch is Kenneth Cole, scored on an unbelievable sale (I didn’t believe the shop girl when she told me the price, it was that good!). I’m… Read more »

haircut

I just finally got my hair cut; it’s been a long time, and it was getting very big. I’m super-happy with it; the length and layers are spot-on, and the stylist exactly nailed my bangs, which no longer do the Peggy Olsen split. It’s a nice enough day to spend ten minutes walking home from… Read more »

down to the wire

By this time next week, my very last semester of classes will be over! I’ll have two big fun portfolio pieces, and the only thing standing between me and my master’s degree from Harvard will be the thesis project. I have three family Christmas gifts left to pick out, and can’t wait to set into… Read more »