mine? my arms. always. — always always. and as i get older they aren’t making it any easier to fit into my favorite ole blazer. so i’ve started using those little 2 pound weights my mother so thoughtfully got me for Christmas one year, and yeah! it’s kinda working!
what is up with the weird flappy arm meets side business? it’s like a little bum (or tiny front bum) that just sits there, one on each side, just flapping about. lame!
so my girlfriend and i were talking and she tells me that her mom uses a ball to work out her pits (and give more lift to her boobs to boot!) and, well, I LOVE MOM TIPS! sooo.. i got a cute little squeeze ball with yin yang on it and i leave it in the living room. Now every time i see it i have to squeeze it for a minute.
she is my favorite. since forever. holy wow yes omg. she is magnificent. she is an icon. i have said forever, that when i grow up i will be her. my latest collection features a “young Iris”. i was just her on Halloween — not because she is scary or that i was being cheeky, but because my wardrobe allowed it quite easily without much planning. juuuust getting dressed in my normal way
she is such an inspiration. i am so happy that she is being celebrated, i feel like it says something really positive about our culture right now that people like Iris, Anna Piaggi, — even Anna Dello Russo who is younger than the other ladies, but still “older” in fashion terms have such a prominent place in the style world. Not only are they older, they all share an incredibly creative and free-spirited approach to fashion.
long live eccentric women! may you bring us all on your colorful journey!
(if you want to see some of Iris Apfel’s spectacular world, take a look at the trailer for her upcoming documentary xx)