Carousel — Week Ending 20th June 2008

I’m actually feeling kind of bunnyriffic in general today. I would love to have one as a pet. Anyway, I can’t help myself… here is some CUTE to fill your day with joy!

Alright! Now onto your weekly dose of distraction!

Karl Lagerfeld’s High Fashion photoshoot. I love this, it’s so classic & elegant.

Learn to fold an origami heart! Eeeee! Definitely a worthwhile project.

Interior decorating — Sex & The City style. Even though I didn’t adore the movie, this is still a very interesting article!

Cities & Ambition by Paul Graham. “Great cities attract ambitious people. You can sense it when you walk around one. In a hundred subtle ways, the city sends you a message: you could do more; you should try harder. The surprising thing is how different these messages can be. New York tells you, above all: you should make more money. There are other messages too, of course. You should be hipper. You should be better looking. But the clearest message is that you should be richer. … When you ask what message a city sends, you sometimes get surprising answers.”

The fantastic Winona of Daddy Likey is giving away a Prada wallet — all you have to do is write a fashion haiku! Go, go!

From the lovely Nubby Twiglet: It’s Not About Them, It’s About You: How To Keep A Positive Perspective in Your Life. She has a good brain, that girl!

Rachel Kramer Bussel of Cupcakes Take The Cake (& the world of erotica) fame interviewed Jess of Sugadeaux cupcakes at the cupcake picnic last weekend. Too cute!

Monica of Ocker Zeal interviewed me last week — thanks ma’am!

The new issue of Prim magazine is out now — & the editor is only 14 years old! Incredible!

The Positivity Blog is still kicking ass & taking names. Have a read of A Seven-Point Checklist For Lifting Yourself Up & Out Of A Bad Day & Five Timeless Tips On Writing.

The 20 Biggest Online Time Wasters, and 6 Strategies for Beating Them… if you want to! From Dumb Little Man.

For anyone looking to expand their photographic repertoire, Digital Photography School has a piece on How To Do An Editorial Fashion Photography Spread. It’s an interesting insight into how much work actually goes into creating those editorials.

People in London! Run, don’t walk, to the Tim Walker exhibition at The Design Museum! He is one of the most incredible photographers ever (I wrote about him here), so you should go along & behold his fabulous work! (& then let me know how it went!)

I love Yayoi Kusama!

& finally… Madonna’s Sex book — totally not safe for work!