The Burn

The Burn

South Africa- Johannesburg / Tanya/South African/ Fashion Designer/Styling Slut/Trend Guru/Vintage Obsessed/Craft Whore/Travel Dependent
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Everything - I mean, everything - from Staud's latest collection has me fantasizing about traveling to a remote Mediterranean island, doing nothing but going to the beach, shopping at local markets while wearing cotton seersucker dresses, tie front button ups, and ruffled satin crepe camisoles. And

Everything - I mean, everything - from Staud's latest collection has me fantasizing about traveling to a remote Mediterranean island, doing nothing but going to the beach, shopping at local markets while wearing cotton seersucker dresses, tie front button ups, and ruffled satin crepe camisoles. And

WASD — Vertigo Publication: Vogue Ukraine October 2017...

WASD — Vertigo Publication: Vogue Ukraine October 2017...

Coffee ‘n’ Books – The Londoner

Big enough for the essentials, small enough to wear cross body and feel like you’re not carrying a bag at all. Ideal for hands-in-pockets weather.

Giant Snake 2015, Lottery tickets, 37 x 15 x 7 inches

Giant Snake 2015, Lottery tickets, 37 x 15 x 7 inches

A brooch in metal with hand motif encrusted with glass and resin beads. The intricately detailed design is finished with ring, bracelet and fingernail details. <ul> <li>Metal with aged gold finish</li> <li>Vintage rose glass and resin beads</li> <li>Right hand</li> <li>Made in Italy</li> <li>Gucci guarantees, internally and within its supply chain, respect for standards of Social & Environmental Responsibility in

Shop the Hand brooch in metal with glass beads by Gucci. A brooch in metal with hand motif encrusted with glass and resin beads. The intricately detailed design is finished with ring, bracelet and fingernail details.

Reflecting the genuine beauty of the naked women body with wet textures – C-Heads Magazine; photography by Hanna Panchenko

Reflecting the genuine beauty of the naked women body with wet textures – C-Heads Magazine; photography by Hanna Panchenko