PHOTO AND STYLED BY JOHNNY WUJEK ...
Bella sitting pretty at Chateau Molinari.
Franklin Village's very own piece of Bohemian French. This place works on a sliding scale, but you love it!
One of my favorites from the J.Molinari "Addiction Collection" is this piece named Crushed Diamonds.
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Ran into my friend Justin Wilczynski going to my favorite health juice spot Eat Raw Live on Franklin Blvd.
Justin has a band, Bonnie Dune. Drives a motorcycle, has a Gold helmet, loves his grandmother and has a smile that will have the most cynical of hearts melt. #he'severything
Bella can't be bothered to take pictures before 8am. And she doesn't get out of her doggie bed for less then 10,000 bone$.
One of my favorite places to eat in Los Angeles is Kokomo Cafe on Beverly. I always order the Buddha Bowl and flirt with the cute waiters. Its gay owned, by Alfredo Diaz whom I've known for years. On some days you can catch Alfredo cooking in the kitchen or enjoying a meal with his beautiful daughter and husband... Lucky!
I went to an early morning breakfast at Kokomo's with designer David Alexander. He ordered the yummy cat fish whole bit. Thankful he's not the model wearing his dresses. She binge eater!
An Athlete In Tights is a collection of photos by famed A&F photographer Bruce Weber that covers an obsession-documentation/collaboration with ballet dancer/Farragamo-model Roberto Bolle.
This Italian born beauty is no stranger to the camera, appearing in GAP Ads and numerous campaign ads around Italy.
You won't have to wait long to admire Roberto's physique, as BW's book, which took around three years to create, will be out just in time for the holidays.
I'm so involved!
These are new photos that were taken by photographer Rick Day (LUCKY) of hot Brazilian model Carlos Freire.
Just for fun Rick strapped a saddle on Carlos' back and nothing else. Ummm I would bet that this is a ride worth taking. Ha!
These pictures make feel like I should point to the salads on the McDonalds menu.
Here are a few things that caught my eye my while I walked around the Lower Eastside. I'm really loving this area near Rivington and Allen St.
When I was a kid I used think that bubbles looked like flying fairies. Ha. And ponies had invisible wings and horns, that way every horse could be a unicorn. No wonder I am the way I am. Here some photo's of bubbles/fairies by photographer Richard Heeks.
What did you used to imagine as a kid?
Check out these vividly scary photos by Joshua Hoffine. He has captured your inner most childhood nightmares on to film.
Were you scared to leave your bed in fear that you would get snatched up by the monster? I was! I would jump off my bed to avoid being captured. I also used to throw pillows down so I didn't touch the ground so the wooden floors wouldn't creek... That was actually smart. Yay me!
To see what other sick and twisted nightmare Joshua has brought to life for you to have even more trouble sleeping, please click the link below, but remember you are doing so at your own risk!