29 de nov. de 2012
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Estamos regalando DOS INVITACIONES para el DESFILE. Sólo tenéis que clickar en "Me gusta" en facebook.com/LeyreValiente, y contarnos una pesadilla que hayáis tenido, o seguirnos en Twitter (@valienteleyre) y twitearnos un trauma o fobia que tengáis. La más graciosa, original, terrorífica, o bizarra, se llevará dos invitaciones. Y además regalamos pases
para el Cibelespacio. Buena suerte a todos!
We are giving away TWO INVITATIONS for the SHOW. You just have to click on "Like" in facebook.com/LeyreValiente and tell us a nightmare you had, or follow as in Twitter (@valienteleyre) and twit us a trauma or phobia you have. The funnier, scarier, most original, or more bizarre one will get the tickets. And we are giving away invitatons for the Cibelespacio too. Good luck to everyone!
17 de jun. de 2012
12 de may. de 2012
for the new collection
For me is the most difficult part. Findng the colour you want in the texture and composition you want it, can be truly a nightmare ...
I love the big folder they sent us from TejeSeda <3
9 de may. de 2012
I don't think the boys in the show would be astrophysicist. Neither engineers ;)
Mackenzie Drazan by Bjarne Jonasson for Velour #5
Looooove the styling of this shooting.
Mackenzie sports a layered wardrobe pieced together by stylist Grace Koo featuring a mix and match of plaid and floral prints from the likes of Alberta Ferretti, Alexander Wang, Rag & Bone and Just Cavalli. Mackenzie’s rebellious looks are complemented by a sheared cut by hair stylist Andre Gunn and smudged eyes by makeup artist Stevie Huynh.Pin It
6 de may. de 2012
Alisa Frolkina by Paul de Luna for Mojeh Magazine May/June 2012
5 de may. de 2012
2 de may. de 2012
Two remakes of Jodie Foster's Iris
Chloé Moretz for Harper's Bazaar
Dakota Fanning for W Magazine
Which one do you prefer? Who do you think would be better for the role in case they made a remake?
30 de abr. de 2012
A kicking ass movie... for girls
Good, bad, naughties... Powerful boys for all tastes. For me, the best one is always Tony Stark. He's got attitude, he's got charm. Althoug, I cannot deny, Loki andCaptain America have their point too. The first one because he is quite sexy in his evilness, and the last one because... well, I guess it is pretty obvious. As my friend Maya says, "it is a movie for girls, the presence of Scarlett is merely testimonial" XD But the movie is not only fun because of the boys. It has a good rythm and is plenty of witty jokes, (Mr Whedon has never disappointed me in that matter since "Buffy, the Vampire Slayer").
And in what is sure to be the most random promotional item for the Avengers movie, Geeky fragrance producers JADS International has announced their line of Avengers-themed cologne. Now you can make your boyfriend smell like a hero ;)
28 de abr. de 2012
25 de abr. de 2012
23 de abr. de 2012
for the perfect scarf
Leather motorcycle jacket: Mango.
Shirt: Republic Aviation.
Shoes: they come from my uncle's police uniform ( I changed the laces).
Black bracelet: a souvenir from past teen times.
White bracelet: H&M kids.
Saints bracelet: gift from an ex-boyfriend mum.
Chewbacca ring ♥ bought in a Brick Lane stall.
Plain silver ring: it was my mum's.
22 de abr. de 2012
that ended with a surprise
Well the thing is I wanted to talk about 50's swimsuits because of all the bodysuits craziness for this summer and how cool they are.
(Picture credits: three first bodysuits by Prada, the other two by Dolce & Gabbanna)
Well, I have always loved past ages stuff, and I mean almost all ages. So, loving 50's clothes has never made me a punk rockabilly pin-up, the same way loving Middle Age has never made me a goth. I love History, I love Art History, I love old stuff. So, when at 14 I wanted a medieval dress, I made it, when I wanted 20's shoes my friends paid a lot for a pair for my birthday (years after you would be able to buy a bicolor pair of laced shoes everywhere) and when I wanted a 50's swimsuit, I made it. I even used vintage swimsuit cloth.
Then I even tryed to swim with it in a swimming pool: not-a-good-idea. It became really heavy and loose. So I never really used it again. It has been confined in my wardrobe for more than five years, and now has come his moment. Of course, under a skirt.
Now, the surprise. Well, you must know that Tippy Hedren, the tortured thief from my favourite Hitchcock's movie "Marnie", used to be a model before being an actress. And here comes my surprise, when I found her posing with a swimsuit in this picture:
I think you can't deny it's her.