Most catalogs I receive barely get a second glance before they end up in the trash. I can’t stand seeing stacks of mail accumulate on our console so I’m a bit discriminating with what gets to stay and what has to go. Anthropologie is one of the exceptions. Their stunning photography showcases the exotic shoot locations just as much as the clothing which makes me feel like I’m flipping through a coffee table book rather than a store catalog. The May catalog is one of my favorites from both a fashion and photography standpoint. I’d gladly gallivant throughout the jungle in any of the outfits above regardless of their practicality!
I’m flying home for the holidays tomorrow and while I’m there I definitely plan on making a trip to Boston to see the Avedon Fashion 1944-2000 exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts. I’ve been completely enchanted by his work ever since studying his portraits in a photography class during my boarding school days (seems like SO long ago now!) The photos above are just a few of my favorites from his online archives. I’m certain the exhibit will be even more inspiring and of course I’ll be making a stop at the museum store on the way out!
You may already be familiar with Sharon Montrose for her amazing animal photography available in her etsy store. I’m still kicking myself for not snapping up one of her flamingo prints when they were available grr! Anyway, while browsing through her site in search of my beloved flamingos I came across another one of her projects, Dog Photo Booth. I’m officially obsessed, aren’t you? The little guy in the middle of the second photo cracks me up. He knows how to work that camera!
If you know one thing about me it should be that I’m obsessed with my dog. So after reading this post at Bazaar of Serendipity and seeing all of these amazing photos featuring our four legged friends…