18 November 2011

Modern Vintage 2011










Here is the final product of our recent trip to NYC. I'm currently traveling so I'm going to keep this post short on words since it's heavy on photos. And speaking of photos, this post wouldn't be complete without a huge thank you to my partner in crime, Tom, for taking all of these photos, for humoring me when I want to do ONE MORE outfit and for designing the entire flip book.

If this thing works the way it's supposed to, you should be able to flip through the photos here on the blog, or click on the photos to view them larger. You can even download it if you want!

18 comments:

Aelish said...

lovely

Joy said...

this looks absolutely gorgeous!

Il Nuovusato said...

really stunning!! I always admire both you and the amazing photos of your "soul mate"!!!
Ciao from Italy
Francesca

Owen said...

Way cool, am loving this presentation of vintage wear in a vintage setting...

misslikey said...

lovely lovely.

modern milly said...

Love every photo! Such a beautiful setting. x

ioana said...

just beautiful!

iron orchid vintage said...

My Goodness, this is gorgeous!!

thecuriousblog said...

the images are absolutely stunning! love it!

PinkStripeySocks said...

what a neat way to display all your lovely photos.

Marie @ Lemondrop Vintage said...

AMAZING, too much gorgeousness in one place.


Marie @ Lemondrop ViNtAge

Lini said...

Simply gorgeous!

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Rosaspina Vintage said...

Wow, what a lovely job you guys! This lookbook is so well made, the pictures are ever so gorgeous and the layout looks very professional.
Well done!
Ale
x

Plan and Play said...

WOW! I had to comment. This book is beautiful. You two make a great team... It looks like an Anthropologie lookbook only better...

Elena

Aya Smith said...

Oh my LORD, I can't tell you how inlove with this lookbook I am!!! Jennifer, you are amazing... I am so awe-stricken right now!

Aya ♥ Strawberry Koi

Femke said...

Wow, this is gorgeous! The whole atmosphere is so perfect, it is really a unity. Absolutely stunning...

xoxo, Femke On the Button

Helga! said...

Freakin' fantastic!

Rebecca said...

This is awesome. You both did such a good job capturing the spirit of the place, and all your gorgeous clothes.It looks so professional as well.It's make a great printed book too.