Florists in Galliano, LA
Find local Galliano, Louisiana florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Galliano and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.
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Sep 28, 2016
Would You Wear Flowers on Your Face? Here's How
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Fashion has long had an obsession with flowers. When he was at Christian Dior, John Galliano was often inspired by flowers and gardens for his couture shows. Brands like Tom Ford frequently name scents after flowers like the popular Black Orchid. And magazines feature them on their covers. When Raf Simons covered i-D magazine, he was in a bed of flowers, some partially covering his face, and recently, FKA Twigs appeared on the cover of Dazed & Confused with flowers. Even in the promo imagery for her Formation tour, Beyoncé appears with a gardenia in her mouth.
For those hoping to pull this off at home, the Assoulin way seems to be the most manageable. Adding a small flower or a few leaves high on the cheekbone is not only a lot less time-intensive but likely provides for a much more inspirational look than full-on woodland creature.
As evidenced at both shows, other than the flowers themselves, it’s best to refrain from adding color elsewhere on your face. Aim for your best fresh “no makeup” makeup look, and let the natural color and beauty of the chosen florals be your guide. But beware: This is the epitome of a limited-time look seeing as the flowers will die, whether on your face or not.
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Dec 30, 2015
Scott Weiland Biographer David Ritz Reflects on Late Singer's Conflicted Life ...
Egon Schiele; Scott dissecting the aesthetic of David Bowie, the architecture of Antoni Gaudi, the interiors of Philippe Starck, the fashion of John Galliano; Scott excitedly sketching designs for his own line of men’s clothing -- the Scott Weiland Collection -- for English Laundry. Scott had exceptional taste. He had the heart, mind and disposition of a pure artist. He clearly saw the irreconcilable contradictions of leading a life devoted to artistic truth, a life in which the unchecked pursuit of romantic ecstasy drowns out common sense. Though he yearned for simple domestic happiness, he feared that, given his untamed soul, such happiness could never be his.
When the two weeks were up, I knew I could use another fourteen days. But I also knew that another such period of intense isolation was highly unlikely, and I’d have to make do. Back in Los Angeles, listening to the transcriptions of our conversations, I was struck by how often and insightfully Scott spoke of death. He was intrigued by John Keats’s “Ode to a Nightingale” in which the English poet wrote, “I have been half in love with easeful Death/Call’d him soft names in many a mused rhyme.”
Matt Sorum Tearfully Pays Tribute to Scott Weiland, Says 'I Made My Peace With Him'
“Is death the muse?” asked Scott, reflecting on the poem. “Is rock and roll the nightingale? Are opiates the key to unlocking the magical kingdom where colorful flowers fade to black? Why should anyone -- especially a kid or an adult who suspects that he or she may have talent -- be drawn to such a kingdom? I don’t know -- except that the pull is visceral. It may also be an act of self-loathing or anger against home or society or even the human condition in which the promise of death shadows us from those first fresh moments of birth.
“To relive those first fresh moments,” said Scott Weiland, “that’s what my music, my art and my life are all about.”