Monday, 3 May 2010

Hidden Gardens

Spent the weekend enjoying the last of Gi, Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art. Our first stop was Tramway, were the artist Christoph Buchel's work, entitled Last Man Out Turn Off Lights is a huge, realistic sort of prison/ work camp, with half a plane in it. Crazy. And worth seeing!
Tramway has got this lovely garden at the back, called the Hidden Gardens where you can relax in the sun. It's a sort of sanctuary. This black tunnel I am in is the work of the artist James Yamada and it called Our Starry Night. You get in the tunnel the lights turn on outside depending on your personality. It's lovely at night.

You saw this dress already a couple of weeks ago, but doesn't it look so different with yellow tights?
Oh and to the question: Oh My God are these Swedish Hasbeens...the answer is YES!

My friend Ross was very impressed by the Hasbeens. He was looking cool in his vintage Eagles tshirt and his cardi from a charity shop in Melbourne.

Trencoat: Comptoir des Cotonniers
Dress: Topshop
Tights: H&M
Shoes: Swedish Hasbeens clogs in Nature

End of the visit in the next post!


  1. Love the color combo!! and adore that jacket :D

  2. OMG you and Russ are so hot right now BTW, such a pair of slag faces. xxxxDOGWATCHERXXXXX P.s. Do you wear eau de fags?

  3. That tunnel is amazing and beautiful! Your outfit is adorable and I love your styling. I can just tell that I am going to love reading your blog!! =)
    Thanks for your comment!

  4. Great colored tights. I like the contrast!

  5. where ever you are, it looks dreamy. as do your sandals.


  6. awesome yellow tights. and great outfit. yellow + black is a favorite combo.


  7. Such a stunning outfit! Love those yellow tights x

  8. That last pic was sooo cute! I love the whole look, yellow tights = <3

  9. Another cupcake and cashmere reading Scot here.
    I love the pic at the end in the giant Van Cleef & Arpels shape whose name escapes me!

  10. Ahhh the yellow tights are so cute.
    Your blog is really cute!