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Since my toddler days, I’ve greatly appreciated sailor clothing. There was something about the bright colors, the tailored pieces, and the cute accessories that has always caught my eye. I remember every time I went out shopping with mommy I would beg her to take to me Nautica and buy me a red and blue dress or a pair of boat shoes.  Well, I guess that’s why it’s no surprise that when I stumbled over Luis Monteiro‘s Monaco Editorial for Tatler, I was speechless. These are some pictures you just want to dive into.

—joy

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With only a few minutes remaining in class (around 3 or 4) before the much anticipated weekend, it’s hard to sit still and wait for the bell without many glances to the clock and taps of my foot. Now, I know I’m completely blowing off these last minutes typing away on my computer when I should be paying attention, but let’s be honest, it’s a lot more entertaining than listening to things we’ve already discussed before. So, instead of listening to my teacher give a pointless lecture, here’s an incredible editorial I’ve fallen in love with. Micheal Stonis’use of incredible angles and lighting will add a little more brightness to anyone’s day. Happy Friday!

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I’ve always been a die-hard fan of balloons. As a child living in Canada, every time the fare would pass by our town, I’d beg my dad for two things; cotton candy, and a bundle of brightly colored balloons large enough to have me soaring away into the endless sky. That’s why it’s no surprise that the second I came across Luis Monteir’s shots for Tatler UK, I fell into a very very deep lust. My affection towards these pictures, the brightly colored balloons in large quantities, and the fact that they make me feel like a 4 year old girl again (wearing a very frilly dress and two pigtails) are enough to keep my jaw dropped for at least the next half hour of class.

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During lunch, I enjoyed some delicious cafe food with a few friends I haven’t spent time with in a while. One of them was rocking out a head of extremely large hair (and she pulled it off super well). So, when I came across Michael Stonis’ Heiress Memoirs, I just had to share it with both her and you. There’s something about the models that looks so bold and yet delicate. I’m obsessing over the hair, accessories, clothes, and brows (all super big!).

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Today has gone pretty well so far, a descent amount of time for breakfast, long, lazy classes (we do nothing on Fridays), and a lot of fruit (yum, pineapple!). During my lunch break I flipped through a few editorials and quickly fell in love with Craig McDeen’s Eternal Optimism for Vogue March 2012. Hope you fell just as deeply in love as I did.

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I’ve quickly fallen (even more) in love with Felix Lammer’s works this past week. His precision and incredible choice of angles is truly one of a kind. Other than my obsession with him, this week has been full (but not enough) of flute practice and lessons, midnight study sessions, last minute projects, 2pm coffee runs, great laughs, and high fashion. With my very first audition coming up this Saturday, I’ve also started feeling rather nervous and stressed out. Hopefully it passes soon.

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In my past recent posts, florals have found a tight spot. Even in my last editorial post, I expressed some deep desire for spring weather to take its rightful place again (the second January ends).  Since then, I’ve stumbled over another beautiful (and sexy) editorial to help encourage spring to bloom. Straight from Vogue Italia’s February issue, this stunning lookbook (photographed by Greg Kadel) highlights some of Constance Jablosnki’s impeccable beauty. Even next to the picture-perfect flowers, she radiates gorgeous.

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