This is soo beautiful ***tears***

Janice Adore


Last week the New York Times published a brave and beautiful remembrance of Nora Ephron by her son Jacob Bernstein. It must have been not easy and really hard to write. One of the wonderful passage was:

Another thing she requested was a pineapple milkshake, so Max brought one from Emack and Bolio’s, made from fresh pineapple. But as far as my mother was concerned, a milkshake is one thing that’s actually better with crushed pineapple. Dole.

“When I get out of the hospital, I’m going to go home and I’m going to make a pineapple milkshake with crushed pineapple, pineapple juice and vanilla ice cream, and I’m going to drink it and I’m going to die,” she said, savoring the last word. “It’s going to be great.”

On this day, I told her some things. After she moved to her bed, I said that sometimes, I thought…

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Janice Adore

I was reading this article the other day and I had to share it with you. This story has moved…inspired and reminded me to never give up. Top Nineties model Kiara Kabukuru makes a triumphant comeback after near-fatal car accident destroyed her career 12 years ago.

Nineties model Kiara Kabukuru thought her career was over after a horrific car accident nearly killed her, after reconstructive surgeries and more than a decade of recovery, she is plotting her return.
The 37-year-old former Victoria’s Secret model was riding her bicycle around New York City on Memorial Day weekend in 2000 when she was hit by an 18-wheel truck, which left her face mutilated.
But thanks to some encouragement from her close friend, Gisele Bundchen, the Uganda-born beauty is ready to make her comeback; featuring in the first issue of Carine Roitfeld’s new magazine, CR Fashion Book, and now the March 2013 issue…

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Janice Adore

A new exhibition at New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology Museum is all about fabulous footwear.

Shoes make for feel-good shopping. You’re never too fat for footwear, never too washed out… Small wonder we’re obsessed with what’s on our feet. A new exhibition at New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology focuses on just that. Carrie Bradshaw et al paved the way for the rest of us shoe obsessives, making household names of Christian Louboutin and Jimmy Choo. How better to catalogue our compulsive streak than with 150 examples of the hottest, highest and most heavenly heels?

Shoe Obsession runs 8 February13 April, The Museum at FIT ( See more shoe images below.


Nicholas Kirkwood x Keith Haring, 2011.Courtesy of Nicholas Kirkwood.


Andreia Chaves
Invisible shoes, 2011
Leather, printed nylon, laser-cut mirrored façade
Courtesy of Andreia Chaves.


Christian Louboutin
Pigalle heels, fall 2012
Courtesy of  Christian Louboutin.

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