Are you getting bored with your blog? The ephemera of your thoughts seem to be on the increase...
i think the "ephemera" of this type of thoughts is what the world needs to stop to look at, the infra-thin, the hidden, the super abstract - and not the boring obvious. if you call this ephemera, you are definitely not getting the point.
To 1913: I'm sure you adhere to the cliche of stop and smell the roses which is what the casual simplicity of tossing on some clothes to not miss the morning market seems to imply... how sweet... But if you've been following this blog you might recall that 2 or 3 Things sometimes draws upon sharper observations... But to each his or her own... Keep your ephemera and wisftulness--there's too much of it now...
anonymous, I wish I knew who you were because you visit so often and seem to always be so bothered by what i post. I'm interested as to why you keep coming back? feel free to email me email@example.com,2or3
doux jésus!and....love the simplicity of this post! ...
to anonymous:I can't believe you are so annoyed by a blog about the subtle idea of how to wear clothes, and I find even more unbelievable that you are complaining. this is her blog, and she does on it what she pleases. this post is one of the sharpest and subtlest observations I have read, and yes, I have been following it for ages.again, i think you are not getting the point at all with this post. it is not cheesy, it is just a very sharp observation. Contrary to what you say, I think the world (especially the world of blogs) is completely packed with the bold and obvious and it needs a bit more of redirection. anyways, whomever dares to insert someone in a bag of cliches on the first line of response with such and irony instead of being constructive, seems to me as someone that has troubles of their own, so I'd recommend to step back, and look for them to fix them up.and no, i dont stop to smell the roses.
I think this blog post is lovely. I love these old shots of KM.
I admit a certain sympathy for the comments of 'anonymous'. I visit the site quite regularly and am often charmed by the images & comments. It is as though I have stumbled upon the private diary of a young Edwardian lady of the bourgeoisie who, when not painting exquisite watercolours or playing an 'etude' by Chopin, assists her Mama in organising a charitable soiree for less fortunates; all this in waiting to find a suitable match from a family of a similar background and there's the rub. I think you have a very discerning eye, Cerre, coupled with an erudition which one would imagine owes much to a privileged background - familial, financial & educational but there are moments when I confess I am reminded of the lines from a play the title of which has disappeared into the mist, along with the name of the author. "As for living - our servants can do that for us ." I will continue to visit your site & thankyou for the effort & time you devote to it. A very happy New Year.
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That is kate. Style with no fuss!
I read this last night and went to bed with really evil thoughts...It really pisses me off when somebody leaves anonymous comments, having an opinion.. Cerre if you would take the anonymous option off, you would never hear from this jack ass again.. which is the prof that this pathetic creep just sits at home and hates on people.. get a life, or a job , or just do something yourself... be a bit brave anonymous..and with thatKate Moss looks so beautiful, makes me want to go to portobello market.. maybe eat at falafel king..xx
Oh and...Cerre you words are so simple and beautiful and I love the pics you put together... keep them coming
i'm a big fan of no fuss...awesome post!
I love the old photos of Kate. Her style is so timeless. Nobody else (I know I exagerate) seems to manage to look so good in photos from the end of the nineties.
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