Monday, March 22, 2010


Romain Kremer sunglasses . . . I would kill for this!!!

Wednesday, March 17, 2010


Erik from Ja'mie Luca on Vimeo.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

What Ever Happened to Baby Jane

I don't know if I am having a Joan Crawford moment at the moment . . . but her spirit has been on my mind . . . well, I watched Mommie Dearest the other day . . . and now this film . . . Damn . . . they don't make movies like they use to . . . I mean, the acting . . . DOWN!!!

Sunday, March 7, 2010


Jake from Ja'mie Luca on Vimeo.

Did you know?

American law does not protect most fashion designs. Copyright law views fashion designs not primarily as artistic works, but rather as “useful articles,” and useful things are not granted copyright protection. This rule reflects the fact that useful things are supposed to be the domain of patent law. But clothing designs virtually never qualify for patent protection, because they are almost never “novel” – i.e., truly new – in the way patent law requires.

Copying helps to create trends. It then helps to destroy them: as more and more designers hop on to a trend, the look becomes overdone, and the most fashion-forward consumers hop off. Copying, in other words, accelerates the fashion cycle.


Amazing video!!!!

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Max Headroom

To all the children that doesn't know how this person is . . . well, you probably wasn't born then . . . so google him . . . he's a fashion icon from the late '80s!
Giving you oversize jacket and platinum blonde pompadour!!!!

Alice in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland is so so AMAZING!!!
The Red Queen stole the show!!!!
Johnny Depp was good too . . .

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Ben & EGR

EGR FW 2010 from Ja'mie Luca on Vimeo.

Over the weekend, Ben (Editor in Chief) was in LA visiting me and doing some work as a model as well . . . He did my very good friend's lookbook: EGR (Mexico) . . .
Check it out!!!

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Quote Du Jour

"For me, fashion shows are not for the public, they are trade shows for the press. There should be privacy and mystery. There is no excitement about anything anymore as everything is available immediately and all the time — you don’t have to wait for anything. I don’t belong to the generation of spending time on the Internet. I think it’s too fast and too fake. It’s sad because everyone is running after everything, but after what? Everything is too quick. There is no room in your heads for all this information. No one retains anything." -- Isabel Marant