The newest OPI collection (for September) is Peanuts (Charles Schulz) inspired! More specifically, inspired by the classic Halloween cartoon; It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown! I am definitely going to get my hands on Good Grief and probably one of the sparkles, most likely To Beagle or Not to Beagle.


The mini pack "Little Peanuts" complete with nail decals
Priced at $17.50 CAD

What the set-up would look like in stores

The four different colours and their names (Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, Snoopy)
Each polish is priced at $11.50 CAD

A sheet of 10 nail decals which come with the mini pack

Good Grief

Good Grief, To Be or Not to Beagle, and Good Grief with To Be or Not to Beagle over top

The four colours (from L-R clockwise): Good Grief,
Good Grief with Where's My Blanket??? over top,
Who Are You Calling Bossy?!? with To Be or Not to Beagle over top,
Who Are You Calling Bossy?!?

Good Grief with To Be or Not to Beagle on top




I'm currently on a friends' computer and I'm going to attempt to publish a quick post, because it's been a really long time.

Last time I was home, I received a copy of Fashion magazine that had been waiting for me - the September issue with Lana Del Rey on the cover. My mom had saved a copy for me (two, actually) because quite honestly I am devoutly obsessed with Lana. There was a lot of good stuff in that magazine. Something that caught my eye, was a clutch by designer Anya Hindmarch.

clutch by Anya Hindmarch, $1595.00

Pearl necklace by Cezanne, $28.00, available at my work, Hudson's Bay :)

Anya Hindmarch is a British handbag/accessories designer. I've only just discovered her, but after visiting her website I instantly fell in love. I especially love the AW 2014 collection, "Counter Culture". That's where the above bag is from. It's a rectangular clutch with a print of a vintage box of Corn Flakes! I love this so much. There are others, too; Coco Pops, and Frosties (Frosted Flakes). This entire collection, and the fashion show, had grocery store vibes. JUST like Chanel AW 2014, which was set in a faux grocery store and featured models carrying very ornate shopping baskets. For Anya's show, some of the models pushed regular shopping carts. I always love when food finds its way into fashion, so I obviously love both aforementioned shows. The magazine I saw it in, Fashion (originated out of Toronto) did their own shoot inspired by the Chanel show, in a grocery store in downtown Toronto. It was quite good, and very colourful.

There's something very pop-art-esque about incorporating brands into fashion and art. Like how Andy loved to draw and paint things like Campbell's soup cans or Brillo boxes. Making a bag out of old cereal boxes seems, sort of simple, but I think its fantastic in its own right.

And now, here are my favourite pics from the Anya Hindmarch AW2014 show:

I love this foil candy wrapper purse so much!

Runway shot

All images taken from the Anya Hindmarch website

And here are some close up product shots of my favourite pieces:

These are not cereal boxes, they are clutches

THE bag. I want it so bad! In many colours!

This little tin Custard Cream clutch is also super cute

Vintage Frosties
Tony the Tiger

Coco Pops

Shop the collection here