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Street Style: Paris
As Halloween approaches, we’re inspired by the dark lines of style maven Lily Gatins, founder and director of LeReport. Spotted before the Ann Demeulemeester show at Couvent des Cordeliers, Lily strolls the streets of Paris during Fashion Week in what can only be called a super gothic ninja look. 
The Inside Source also snapped Lily at last years Art Basel 2012, where she shared her fashion influences.  
Hat: Area Barbara Bologna | Dress: Cunnington & Sanderson | Shoes: Cinzia Araia
(Photo by Melodie Jeng for TIS. Text: Jauretsi)

Street Style: Paris

As Halloween approaches, we’re inspired by the dark lines of style maven Lily Gatins, founder and director of LeReport. Spotted before the Ann Demeulemeester show at Couvent des Cordeliers, Lily strolls the streets of Paris during Fashion Week in what can only be called a super gothic ninja look. 

The Inside Source also snapped Lily at last years Art Basel 2012, where she shared her fashion influences.  

Hat: Area Barbara Bologna | Dress: Cunnington & Sanderson | Shoes: Cinzia Araia

(Photo by Melodie Jeng for TIS. Text: Jauretsi)

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I Spy: Cuckoo Clocks
Do you see it? Right there? That gorgeous little thing on the wall at the back? We’re talking about the cuckoo clock. Don’t worry; we almost missed it, too. Never before had we thought to incorporate something generally considered to be design-clueless kitsch (inherited from grandma and grandpa, of course) into a clean industrial space. This one, however, has been specially chosen. As cuckoo clocks go, it is dark and minimalist (no little red-hatted gnomes popping out, thank you very much), better accentuating its intricate design features and gothic details. Check out the large cuckoo clocks available on eBay right now. We think it’s about time everyone have one up on their wall. 
(Photo courtesy of theblackworkshop. Text by Jenny Bahn)

I Spy: Cuckoo Clocks

Do you see it? Right there? That gorgeous little thing on the wall at the back? We’re talking about the cuckoo clock. Don’t worry; we almost missed it, too. Never before had we thought to incorporate something generally considered to be design-clueless kitsch (inherited from grandma and grandpa, of course) into a clean industrial space. This one, however, has been specially chosen. As cuckoo clocks go, it is dark and minimalist (no little red-hatted gnomes popping out, thank you very much), better accentuating its intricate design features and gothic details. Check out the large cuckoo clocks available on eBay right now. We think it’s about time everyone have one up on their wall. 

(Photo courtesy of theblackworkshop. Text by Jenny Bahn)