i'm great! :) just living up my summer and school. not much. i hope you are as well. i miss ya! how have you been?
but ya, in my opinion, i see Americans as very closed minded, self-centered, egotistic when it comes to noticing differences in other cultures and accepting differences in people. i hate it soo much here!
i mean, hands down, it's AMAZING here, but it's just the people that i don't really like. i hope to live in england one day with my hubby in the future. i even want to visit australia in the future, maybe even visit you there :)
i hope all is well!!! miss ya!
Ahhh I see what you mean! I guess every country has similar issues, on different scales of course. Australia is fairly multi-cultural in that sense (most of the time), so I can’t complain. :) I’ve been well thanks by the way! I hope you do decide to visit someday! I wouldn’t mind going to the US or UK sometime soon myself! :D x
“Slight, androgynous and sun-tanned, Coco would plunder the wardrobe of the poor for ideas. She wore a college girl’s gabardine raincoat or a fisherman’s outfit in white twill, dark wool and chiné jersey. Her skirts were short, so that she could more quickly run up the ladder of fashion. Nobody realized that she was inventing the style of Chanel, the elegance of Chanel, the age of Chanel. Picasso had just painted Les Demoiselles d’Avignon. Stravinsky had composed The Rite of Spring. Diaghilev was starting his Ballets Russes. Who would have guessed that one day all of them would be her friends? Of those who smiled condescendingly at this slim woman, always plainly dressed and alone, how many would have forseen that the ostentatious reticence, the ruinously expensive simplicity and the gilded poverty that she was introducing, would become the subtlest, most powerful kind of élitism which would determine what women wore and how they behaved for the next fifty years?”—Chanel, a Fashion Memoir (via misscheriedior)