Ah Tuesday, neither beginning or end of the week. It used to be such a drag, but suffer second day of the week boredom no longer ! As we fill that internet shaped hole in your brain, with this weeks edit of See You Next Tuesday. Scroll below for London Fashion Week lust-haves, app addiction and our favourite little sister. She woke up like 'dis ... and still had time to do a shoe collab. Â 1. FOOD FAVE Hungry EyesÂ On a recent adventure through the deepest depths of Tumblr we stumbled across Brooklyn based creative Bobby Doherty's impressive collection of food photography. Doherty has perfected the art of slick colour play and repetitive pattern, confusing the senses by making a natural object seem artificial. Us greedy kids are drooling over this refreshing take on still life, and not just because we love a runny egg. Tasty with a capital T! 2. MEDIA MATTERS London Fashion WeekÂ If you're not buzzing around Somerset House with a dangerous amount of free coffee sloshing, and show schedules stuffed into your tenth free tote bag this week, we can almost guarantee your Instagram feed has already been for you ! Yes AW14 previews have officially taken over, our pick of the bunch has to be Sophia Webster's ode to nineties Mattel "The Heartbreak Hotel". Complete with floor length platinum blonde weaves, plastic bubble baths and more RnB lyrics then The Honey's can sing. 3. WINDOW SHOPPING Sibling Rivalry While the world sips Watermelon with Queen Bee, frankly we're too blind drunk in love with her little sisters style to care ! Check out Solange Knowles latest knock out project, the Puma x Solange Disc collaboration. As creative consultant of Puma's lifestyle devision Solange has created the Blaze of Glory collection, re imagining the classic 1992 Disc design with the help of three NYC designers Gerlan Jeans, William Okpo, and Hisham Bharoocha . The bold candy coloured look book shot by Alan Ferguson has us dreaming of crimped hair and colour blocking. 4.INTERNET SENSATION Flapping hell The most infuriating game ever Flappy Bird has predictably died...like actually. After getting the whole world in a flap with its seemingly suicidal gameplay, the original creator Dong Nguyen announced via Twitter âI am sorry âFlappy Birdâ users, 22 hours from now, I will take âFlappy Birdâ down. I cannot take this anymore.â After reportedly banking $50,000 a day from advertising revenue it seems a reputation as creator of the worlds most annoying use of pixels was just too much, and it was deleted from the App store. With annoying bird hysteria at an all time high, one i-phone user tried to cash in on the craze, posting his device with Flappy Bird installed on ebay for $90,000 ! So thats two FB's we're addicted too now, way to go geeks! Â
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