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Hot feet, hot rod…

Hot feet, hot rod…

March 31, 2012 | The Basin Jamet | 5 Comments

…hot woman, hot tail, hot tales…



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“Is she or isn’t she?” Breakfast at Tiffany’s

“Is she or isn’t she?” Breakfast at Tiffany’s

March 31, 2012 | The Basin Jamet | 2 Comments

…”Is she or isn’t she what?” – “you know… a phony?” more here



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Bookworm by Marjon Carlos

Bookworm by Marjon Carlos

March 27, 2012 | The Basin Jamet | 3 Comments

My mother would take me to Taylor Bookstore, a Mom-n-Pop enterprise that sadly shuttered its doors at the unsightly presence of Barnes & Noble, every week in Dallas Texas and set me free amongst the children’s fiction section to help supply my habit. I would promptly sprawl out on the floor, submerging myself into the prose of Judy Bloom’s, Ramona, or Lucy […]



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my story belongs to everyone but only i can tell it.

my story belongs to everyone but only i can tell it.

March 27, 2012 | The Basin Jamet | 6 Comments

I’m inspired by Loverly Sheridan’s story, look here photo: collage of image via divalocity with painting by Jonathan Guy Gladding whom I’ve discovered through Loverly.



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My story belongs to everyone…

My story belongs to everyone…

March 26, 2012 | The Basin Jamet | 9 Comments

…but only I can tell it. I came across this ad that I did for Eileen Fisher 8 years ago.  It was photographed by Mary Ellen Mark.    In some ways I suppose I was discovered by Mary Ellen Mark.  She scouted me out of hundreds of girls for a story that she was shooting […]



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food for thought, “This changes everything!”

food for thought, “This changes everything!”

March 19, 2012 | The Crystal Tearoom | 0 Comments

No advocacy campaign has ever come close to shining the kind of spotlight on a developing world conflict in the manner Invisible Children has. At a stroke, conventional media presentation, whether print, radio, television, blogging or social media, all looked desperately tired, as though, like apes trying to figure out the telephone, we’d all somehow […]



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Bricktop by Man Ray

Bricktop by Man Ray

March 9, 2012 | The Basin Jamet | 1 Comment

Circa 1928.



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“In the moon under water it is always quiet enough to talk.” George Orwell

“In the moon under water it is always quiet enough to talk.” George Orwell

March 7, 2012 | The Crystal Tearoom | 5 Comments

“My favourite public-house, the Moon Under Water, is only two minutes from a bus stop, but it is on a side -street, and drunks and rowdies never seem to find their way there, even on Saturday nights.” -George Orwell The Moon Under Water Saturday Essay, Evening Standard, February 9, 1946 Cara, Jenke and Saif at […]



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Pat Sho

Pat Sho

March 6, 2012 | The Basin Jamet | 6 Comments

“her foot hot”  these three little words could be heard around any St.Lucian gossip corner.  Pat sho or hot feet is often used to describe women who get around.  Prada’s spring collection seems to be all about women’s mobility and it couldn’t have been said better than with this sort of Icarus heel shown above.



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Double trouble

Double trouble

March 5, 2012 | The Crystal Tearoom | 2 Comments

Harry Brant met the editors of fashionista.com at the Miu Miu Salon in New York a little over a year ago and has since gone on to write for the website.  The story below is one such commission.With a big dose of honesty or is it imagination,  Harry Brant, the youngest son of Stephanie Seymour recounts  a […]



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