My love life's been a bit tumultuous this year. It's hard when a sensual cat like me is raking up the flybys points traveling all over the world for various shoots and events. But for summer, I've met a tomcat called Pepe. Pepe works as a Dj and has his own line of T-shirts and models part-time. We've been going out for a week and already I'm getting bored. Tomcats just can't hold me down. Anways, here's a song I stole from Rihanna I wrote for Pepe.
Hey Pepe I really wanna see if you can go downtown with a cat like me
Just got some images back from the United Bamboo campaign I shot after my Bali sojourn. I felt like the oldest cat in the room with all these young new cat models. Now I know how Naomi feels. I totes looked down on everyone.
Here I am looking a bit bloated (this was straight after my trip to Bali where all I did was eat, sleep and drink and eat) but I managed to work this sexual gown to the hilt. The photographer asked me to do anything that came natural to me, so I did most of the shoot lying down. Here are some pics of the other models:
My gurrl Dina from Melbourne werrking this sequin number over time.
Some mole from Slovakia looking tragic.
Katisa Strauss giving a fierce look, very editorial.
Like a bottle of fine wine I just get better with time
From "Hardcore" to "Notorious" you studied my flow
Hey sluts. Just got back from an early morning blow dry at Lucy and La Chowder rooms. Taking some time out for Summer, finally putting paw to paper and writing the beginnning's of my memoirs. Stay tuned... meow. x
Guys, I've had many sleepless nights recently thinking about fashion and how it relates to my life on an intellectual, spiritual and emotional level. What's it all about? Fashion. That is what we are all chasing isn't it?
But then again maybe not all of us are. For those of us who have "lived life well", there comes a point in our lives where we are not just chasing trends.
We have a fairly full wardrobe, and we know what we like and what suits us. And as trends change each year, we find that for some seasons, there is simply nothing we like - or nothing that suits us. I mean, hello! Not everyone looks fabulous in a maxi dress or a mini skirt. Or cut off denim shorts (you know - the really short ones that only really look good on a really really 16 year old).
Maybe there comes a point where it is not about looking fashionable - but actually just looking really good and dressing really well.
Some cool models modelling Stolen Kittens Club jewellery at the event.
I thought you might be interested to read my thoughts on the Stolen Kittens Club jewellery event last week. I rolled down on my hip bike from the First Thursdays event not really knowing what to expect. With a seemingly endless supply of beers and Kim Crawford wine being consumed out of jam jars, the venue filled quickly with models, surly fashionistas and the cool guys from Stolen Kittens Club. The party was stoked by strains of the new Kat-nye West album, and The Naked and Famous Cats' 'Old Blood', New Zealand’s latest anthem to youth, and a tune fitting for the angle presented in SKC's new jewellery line.
I met one of the guys from Stolen Kittens Club, and he was, like, SOOOOOOOOOOOO cool! I am also led to believe SKC are surfers originally from Raglan and the Coromandel. Having been a local resident of both places throughout the years, my respect for these boys jumped markedly upon knowing this fact. The ocean is a creative place, its influence quietly reflected in the rise of SKC as a serious fashion contender. Fashion is art, but it is mostly a business. A lived knowledge of both is required to take fashion to the top of its own game. FASHION. ART. LOVE.