Here it is! Double the Anomaly goes behind the scenes to talk to the mastermind behind some our most loved fashion-savvy shows. Meredith Markworth-Pollack talks to us about her life as a costume designer for the hottest shows on The CW - Reign & Hart of Dixie.
1. You’ve worked on…
Alright, so we’ve been away for quite some time now, but we promise that there are some pretty exciting projects coming up!
Now that spring’s on it’s way, although rather slowly in Canada, everyone’s stocking up on new collections. But, lately we’ve started to notice the “American” obsession…
With a sudden longing for the return of Downtown Abbey and BBC’s Sherlock, I’ve found myself gravitating towards a very English sense of style for back to school. (Of course, with my own twist!)
Although, I don’t think I’m the only one that’s been craving some anglophilia! Even our favourite…
With the sunnier end of Spring approaching, I was on the hunt for a perfume with lighter notes. During winter, my collection consist of J’adore, No.5 or Belle D’Opium. Which means, they’re highly unsuitable for warmer temperatures - at least for someone who’s prone to migraines.
S haranya and I love doing hairstyles that look effortless but really, they took an hour to do. Come Spring/Summer, our patience drops down the drain and we really can’t be bothered - we just want all that hair to be out of the way.
We came across these really cool illustrations done by Samantha…
Feels like ages since Sharanya and I have shared a song with you guys!
Here’s a song that the two of us have been obsessed with. We first heard it on Sara du Jour’s blog and it’s been on a loop ever since!
The Middle East is an Australian band and you can purchase their album on iTunes.
P.S. If you guys get chance, check out Sara’s blog - she’s amazing!
Since its launch, Swedish watch brand, Daniel Wellington has made its own niche in the world of horological finery. It’s also become our latest obsession.
Shaji and I aren’t the kind of people that usually wear watches. Except when we remember that we have a collection buried in a…
Snippet Sunday is here!
Good gosh, seems like ages since I shared a good vimeo!
Take My Picture is a video documentary on the fashion revolution of the 2000s. With various forms of social media being created and expanded, blogging and fashion photography have become one and the same.
In 2006, it was estimated that every minute 9 blogs would come into existence with over 132,000 blogs abandoned after about a year or so.
That is almost nothing in comparison to the wave we have now. (Mostly, within North America and Malaysia.)
Most blogs, try to mimic content from sister blogs, while others set out to try and be individualistic. However, only some actually appeal to a wider audience.
Whether it’s an addition to your portfolio or a personal diary, there should be one thing in mind. Try to be yourself. Borrowing ideas won’t hurt, but if you’re trying to use those ideas to get ahead, think again.
GARAGE Magazine has done a fabulous job in capturing the other side of the looking glass. By applying the ideology behind blogs, they’ve succeeded in capturing the very essence of international fashion weeks.
There’s a lot more to the perfect and out-of-the-box appearances made by our favourite icons. What’s most interesting is seeing the cameraman capture women with empty purses, modelling down busy streets and simply wearing outfits for a chance to be photographed. Quite an increase in peacocking!
I’m not saying that I don’t love it - because let’s face it, we thrive on these moments! It’s just hard to believe that there’s so much of it going on!
*Lesson Learned: Be yourself. Not matter how quirky or imperfect - perfect’s a bit too done and, eventually, passé.
*Favourite Quote: “I’m just thinking someone’s gonna get run over - someone’s gonna get trampled…”
*Favourite Shot: Anna Dello Russo prancing around with 10 photographers trying to attain a spontaneously captured moment.
We know that we’ve already done a Sound Sunday post, but consider this Tunes Tuesday!
Sharanya and I have been obsessed with The Script for a while and have been meaning to do a post on them for ages. God knows why we kept forgetting.
We both agree that Six Degrees of Separation is probably our favourite track off their entire album. Time to add #3 to our music collection - 3 as in their album…yes that’s what it’s called.
For more exclusive news and tracks, check out the band’s official website.