Friday, September 9, 2011

autumn inspiration and reading

Q's Daydream led me to these Russian Vogue photos of Ulyana Sergeenko's first line and they seriously took my breath away.
I love the clear tie to Ulyana's Western-Europe roots mixed with mid-century silhouettes.
This month, I'm reading The Most Beautiful Walk in the World by John Baxter and
A Long Long Time Ago and Essentially True by Brigid Pasulka. Both are wonderful. What are you reading right now?
xo, Amanda

7 comments:

amy said...

I love this line! I have seen a few of the images floating around the interwebs.

I am reading books on writing by William Zinsser. I really can't recommend him enough. And Choose your own Adventure books!

Ivy Black said...

Just stunning. I love the second one down set off with those lovely shoes!
It's very autumnal here all of a sudden so the fire is lit and I have a book about Welsh history to have a read of.
Have a lovely weekend.x
ps. Did you get my email? x

Amanda Laurel Atkins said...

Amy, haha! I have NEVER read a choose your own adventure book but I think that I would love them! I'll have to pick one up sometime. I will definitely check out William Zinser.

Ivy, I got your email this morning - I'm so sorry, I've been swamped! I'm going to write you back this evening after work. :) I can't wait for the autumn to get cool. It's so neat that you have a fireplace! xo

theParaders vintage said...

they look like dolls! I'm in love with this line!

MrJeffery said...

beautiful! that first dress is to die for.

sweetheartville said...

Those are breathtaking! And you know I love the hair.

I'm reading "Air Castle of the South: WSM and the Making of Music City", by Craig Havighurst. It's about the radio station where The Grand Ole Opry originated, and thus, Nashville as we know it.

Amanda Laurel Atkins said...

I know, these clothes are so insanely beautiful...and the wallpaper and the way they're modeled! and the hair!!
Holly, that book sounds awesome. I am adding it to my list!