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Alex & Chloe – Holding You Forever Wedding Rings

A&C Wedding Rings

These make me want to tie the knot, maybe. Alex & Chloe create the most inventive and interesting jewelry. Bijules NYC is another favorite of mine, but while it seems like they create items with similar themes, Alex & Chloe are always pusing the limits of design. The price tag on this set of his & her rings is the price of a quarter of my classes, a whooping $3,500 on Forward by Revolve. If you have change to drop like that, then you should also email me to pay for my tuition. Just sayin’…

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Mickey Mouse Ring by Miss Bibi

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I loved the Mickey Mouse Club as much as the next kid, but now a days with evidence of people sporting the ears for fashion purposes, I’m getting sick of Mickey. Well now for only $121 I can have my own piece of the mouse (PAUSE). Designer Miss Bibi must have had me in mind when she decided to design this Mickey Mouse ring, with, get this, adjustable ears!  When I get my money right it’ll be in my pocket, or rather on my finger. Lets just hope that all those fashionistas that love to wear the ears won’t get to it first. Now available at Pixie Market.

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Irina Shaposhnikova: Crystallographica

Crystallographica

Crystallographica

From the Royal Academy of Fine Arts 2009 Fashion show comes an out of this world collection from designer Irina Shaposhnikova. How cool is this stuff. By far one of the most interesting collections I’ve seen in a hot minute. Keep reading for more photos and an INSANE video of the collection.

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Shompole, Nairobi – Kenya

I have a picture of this amazing place stuck up on my work desk if I need a moment of pure fantasy. Not completely out of reach for those with a little pocket money sitting around, the Shompole resort is my ideal destination right now.

I can actually imagine conceiving my future children here.

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