Monday, 30 April 2012
Saturday, 28 April 2012
After swimming and lunch it was time for Batman to appear, ready for party time. And after wishing that mini would one day become Robin at the Disney Land wishing well his dreams came true when mama and Papa joined forces to create her look from Phins old American Apparel gym shorts and green T, a red knitted tabard, mr incredible eye mask, homemade Robin badge, mamas gold sequin belt and a yellow duster for her cape.
Meanwhile RS Currie & Co toy shop had been transformed into a shadow puppet theatre courtesy of Drew's Finger & Thumb Theatre. The kids were mesmerised by the fantastical stories and their faces transformed by Anna from Snap Dragon Face painting. A true artist. Just look at her Transforming Phin into Yoda!
Friday, 27 April 2012
So before that happens I thought I'd share his creations with you.
The first is of Darth Vader (note the helmet with no eyes and the gloves) while his Batman in pic two still has his trusted baby cashmere blanket come cape and a home made papier mâché helmet made from half a balloon and two egg box cups. Genius.
Tuesday, 24 April 2012
Monday, 23 April 2012
Firstly a huge thank you to our dear friends Stuart and Angela for inviting us and giving us access to the very best in VIP treatment with our artist passes. These enabled us to be whisked through and straight up to the front of the stage for prime viewing!
First day (third pic) was my J Crew cheesecloth dress with neon orange stripes. I'm afraid I then went a bit mad on the coordination with my matching Stella cork wedges and JCrew beaded necklaces and Asos shades.
Day 2 Isabel marrant tiered dress and turquoise earrings and finally Day 3 my Marni for H&M maxi dress and petal necklace. Been dying to wear it since I queued for hours to nab one. Paired it with my suede fringe bag from Wild Ones. Festival dressing sure is fun when there's no mud involved!
Bye bye coachella...