I love this recipe, for sure! This sounds amazing. What could be better than French toast in coffee form?!? French toast is my all-time breakfast food favorite! I need to get my hands on one, or make one, ASAP! I have never seen a coffee shop with such a thing.
I would have been all over it by now if I had. I cannot wait to check out your recipe. This latte looks delicious. Can you believe it I have never had a latte. After seeing your recipe I am thinking I will have to give it a try. I found you through Weekend Potluck and am an ew follower. Everything you make looks SO good!
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Looks so yummy! Thanks, Kayle! Yes please!
A french toast latte? This is completely new to me. I would love to try one now! You could make it into a steamer with just milk! Thanks, Nicole! Thanks, Georgia! Perfect for chilly fall mornings! Lovely being able to make right at home. Oh the money I can save.
That looks so good! Nutmeg in this latte looks like a great ingredient! Oh my goodness! This sounds so amazing! With the help of his open-minded grandmother, who allowed Gaultier to study the construction of her own bras and undergarments, he began crafting makeshift lingerie for Nana including a conical newspaper bra and doily skirt. Celebrated and criticized, this bra, along with the many corsets, bodysuits, and bustiers worn as outerwear quite scandalous and profound at the time pushed the boundaries of fashion, femininity, and masculinity.
Since then, many designers have taken a cue from Gaultier and pushed harder on those boundaries, shaking up the catwalks and earning a new generation of fashion followers.
The fashion world is cyclical and one great idea tends to spark another as trends ignite, grow, and morph into new and innovative versions of their previous selves. Metal boning, caged bodies, lace-up details, satin quilting, and metal hardware continue to evoke a certain feminine sexual power evident today in designs from brands like Agent Provocateur, Chromat, Bordelle, and La Perla.
It is possible that many of these brands have taken inspiration from Gaultier himself, intentionally or not.
In the meantime here are a few more highlights from the show, including some of what I felt were the most thought-provoking, lingerie-inspired pieces that instantly sparked my inspiration for many days to come. The Devoreuse corset from the Boudoir section. The Lace body-corset from the Skin Deep section. The Baby Bump corset from the Boudoir section.
The Denim Look silk corset from the Punk Cancan section. The Heart and Veins bodysuit from the Skin Deep section. The Barbarella body-corset from the Metropolis section. Have you seen the Gaultier exhibit? In what way do you feel he has contributed to the world of lingerie? Last Updated on July 3, Lingerie designer and founder of WonderLust Lingerie. I specialize in fashion and trend pertaining to lingerie, sleepwear, hosiery and everything in between.
I believe that the right kind of underwear can change your entire outlook for the day so finding a balance between fashion and function is key.
How can you forget the retrofuturistic genius of The Fifth Element? Gaultier always amazes with his combination of originality, half-ironic historical references and incredible construction. How I wish I could see this exhibition! Usually the editorial oversight is of a very high standard here, this stood out by a mile. Thanks for the post. I really wish I could see this exhibit but at least get to see your great photos with this post. Your email address will not be published.
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