Saturday, October 1, 2011

flux atlanta 2011

Yesterday, Lillie and I went to Flux at Castleberry Hill, a normally somewhat questionable neighborhood (let's be real here and not put up fake arguments about gentrification or lack thereof) that was converted to a safe space for a single night. We picked the wrong night to attend an outdoor art exhibition because it was bone chilling cold (okay, so it was like 50 degrees but there was wind!).

I wasn't that excited about Flux itself. Maybe I would've liked it more if I had come earlier in time for the lantern parade, but the only thing that piqued my interest was this video piece of people underwater that was at Marcia Wood Gallery. I also saw this man constructing something out of found materials, including a baby carriage.


Wearing: lace dress from Nasty Gal, canvas jacket from Tommy Hilfiger (similar here), leopard scarf from Korea, cut out boots by Balenciaga, hair band by Forever 21 (similar here)

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  1. every time i see you in those boots i just get so fucking jealous

  2. Are those boots hard to walk in cuz they're so chunky? I really love them on you particularly paired with a pencil skirt or a bodycon dress.

    It's funny because I have a parka exactly the same cut as yours but from H&M.. I went to look at your outfit details to see if it was the same one!


  3. I love those Balenciaga boots. You look great!

  4. your coat is great, same as your boots! looks like a really fun event :D

  5. So sad to miss Flux! I liked their video projects last year too!
    As for Castleberry - it's so sad! I worked their a few years ago at the now defunct romo gallery. It waffles back and forth - really trying for gentrification. I live(d) in the West End, so Castleberry is indeed hoity toity to me ;)
    Love how you've been mixing the lace skirts/dresses with tougher outlines! Lovely!
    p.s. I want your Stella jacket from the post below!