We all deserve a bit of self-care: Whether that means, turning your phone on dnd, laying on the couch and binging “Women Who Kill”, treating yourself to some Thai takeout, oh and yeah, getting into this week’s installment of ‘A Moodboard: Some of the Things I’m Obsessed With This week.’ This week we have a Lady Gaga street style moment (our queen has been serving left and right lately), the newest Telfeezy—Telfar—colorway that we’re low-key bummed we didn’t cop, icon Christine Baranski for V magazine and some understated minimalist luxury looks we need like STAT, courtesy of Jil Sander.
So, here’s this week’s collection of things I’m currently obsessed with. Let’s jump in!
LADY GAGA’s House of gucci pre-press tour looks:
Richard Quinn, signature Gaga 9 in. platform boots, Valentino etc.—the OG queen of camp is in full force, turning looks left in right in anticipation of the House of Gucci press tour. (Sky-high platform heels, Gaga is a personal fav)
It’s no secret that I love a good Coffee table book, so of course I’m obsessed with (and currently adding to my cart right now) this commemorative accumulation of the work of Acne Studios cult favorite zine, Acne Paper.
In the famous words of the Prada Spazzolato Frame Bag, wearing Miranda Priestly “is not just blue, it’s not turquoise, it’s not lapis, it’s actually cerulean” and Telfar is channeling that same energy with last week’s drop of this beautiful cerulean colorway—and I’m quite mad I didn’t add this to my Telfar collection.
Jil Sander RESORT
I’m a sucker for understated minimalist design. That’s it, that’s the tweet!
LION BABE—‘GET UP’
I can’t get this record out of my head. It’s a feel good song–that actually makes you want to “Get UP”—with a trippy accompanying visual, complete with big hair, rainbows and a Trinidad James feature.
Brooklyn based brand, K.ngsley’s inaugural jewelry collection is not only beautiful but has intent, as it puts a spotlight on HIV/AIDS in Black and Brown communities, through an assortment of sex-positive jewelry. The collection also acknowledges lower levels of access to the pre-exposure prophylaxis, PrEP, particularly for Black and Brown women.
The way Canadian, contemporary figurative painter, Erin Armstrong paints these colorful, portraits of her imaginative femme subjects, gets me every time.
This spread of 15-time Emmy Award nominee, broadway and television ICON Christine Baranski for V Magazine is giving us serious Diane Lockhart—Baranski’s character on The Good Fight—vibes. Photographed by Erik Lee Snyder and styled by Aryeh Lappin.
See you next week!