Gallery Mondays: Stephen Andrade’s “Erotic Zombie Friend Fiction”

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I’ve been saving this one for Halloween.

Last month, I visited the Bob’s Burgers exhibit at Spoke Art NYC. It was too cool.

My favorite character from the show is Tina Belcher, so of course all of the art featuring her caught my eye.

I especially loved this one called “Erotic Zombie Friend Fiction” by Stephen Andrade. She looks like such a teenager with that mini skirt! And check out that pose!

White Zom-Brie Burger, anyone? Check out more of Andrade’s work at www.sandradeillustration.com/home.html.

Have a happy and safe Halloween!

Fan Art Fridays: Mirror Mirror

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On the way to work this morning, I saw a guy dressed as the Big Bad Wolf in Grandma’s nightgown and I could not stop laughing to myself about it.

It got me thinking of my favorite fairy tales. One of my faves as a kid was Snow White, and I especially loved Mirror Mirror as an adult, starring Lily Collins and Julia Roberts.

I found this enchanting fan art by daekazu of the evil Queen Clementianna and Snow White from the 2012 film over on Deviant Art. Lily Collins’ eyebrows are quite accurate (I’ve always been super jealous of how nice her eyebrows are).

Anyone dressing up as a character from a fairy tale for Halloween this year?

View the original fan art here.

 

Wardrobe Wednesdays: Beyoncé Lemonade “Hold Up” (Halloween Costume Edition)

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I’m still a bit sick but I’m not letting it get in the way of Wardrobe Wednesdays.

Earlier this month, I ordered a yellow dress from Fabshopper.com in hopes of it getting here in time for the Halloween party I’m going to on Friday, October 28th. Long story short, it’s not getting here in time for the party OR Halloween night.

So I can’t be Beyoncé for Halloween 😥

But enough of my woes. If you want to pull off Beyoncé’s Lemonade look from the music video “Hold Up” this Halloween, you can totally order one of the two yellow dresses below and get it by October 31st. And don’t forget the bat!

Time to channel your inner Queen Bey.

Bat:

1. Modell’s, $14.99 

Dress:

2. Shopbop, $385.00

3. ASOS, $77.39

 

Fan Art Fridays: Victoria Beckham

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Word out on the streets is that Victoria Beckham is coming out with a new collection for Target in 2017.

You don’t understand the amount of excited I am for this!

If Victoria’s personal style is any indication of what’s in store for the collection, I’ll have to control myself when I see the clothing. Like, DO NOT LET ME BUY MORE THAN 1 OR 2 PIECES.

In celebration of this news, I’ve decided to feature this amazing fan art of Victoria Beckham by Davii Honorato. I can’t get over how sassy her hair looks in the sketch. And wowza, those are some gorgeous cheekbones!

View the original here.

Wardrobe Wednesdays: Vanessa Hudgens @ Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic in LA

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Our Boho Queen Vanessa Hudgens was spotted at the 7th annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic in LA looking absolutely radiant in a white scallop lace dress.

She completed the look with a pair of wine red platform sandals and a braided crown hairdo. Her cheeks looked blushed up with a rose pink tint as well.

I’ve never worn a white lace dress before, but if I ever do, I’ll be turning to Vanessa for some inspiration.

Below is the original dress (marked with *) and some similar items to help you steal this super cute boho look.

Dress:

1. Zimmermann, $850.00 *

2. Love Culture, $23.96

Shoes:

3. Bloomingdale’s, $146.25

4. Sole Society, $72.48

Gallery Mondays: Tara

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Last week, I visited the Rubin Museum downtown with Niketa during K2 Lounge Fridays. It was too cool!

I waited for Niketa in the museum’s gift shop, where I ended up acquiring some new post cards for my walls. When she arrived she bought a bracelet and fragrant soap.

After our little shopping spree, we sat down at K2 Lounge and decided to order spicy lamb meatballs and two glasses of Riesling wine. I’d never had lamb before but I actually really liked it.

Meanwhile, DJ Shishi was at the turn table spinning what one visitor claimed to be “remixes of popular Indian music.” He also played some Darius and AlunaGeorge.

In the galleries we discovered these amazing copper sculptures of Buddhist deities. No matter which floor we wound up on, I was drawn to each depiction of Tara in the exhibits. There was just something about her.

The photo of Tara above was made of gilt copper alloy in Nepal. She’s got amazing posture, doesn’t she?

I totally recommend you go see Tara at the Rubin Museum on K2 Lounge Fridays. Admission is free!