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Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012
6:56 am
Fashion shoot
Hello, I was hoping someone here could help me (& thank you ahead).

I am/have been searching for the Fashion magazine editorial where the models were dress loli/little girl style (ankle/knee socks, petter pan collars, dresses, shorts, pigtails, saddleshoes, etc).

The style was low budget looking & gloomy/drab.
The shoot was critisized that the models may have looked depressed, too thin, or drugged (they didn't really it just had a earthy coloring look: browns, burgundy, or something like that.

Anyone have this?

Current Mood: hopeful
Lust for Lo
Sunday, June 12th, 2011
10:10 pm
just checking...

I just joined this whole site and while browsing I found this community...
I've noticed that it's been some time since the last posts and I think it's a pity...but what the hell , right?
I thought I'd join anyway incase it's not dead yet *keep hoping*. I've got a really strong personal relation with the whole Lolita-thing. I'm 17 now and I have been attracted to older men for years and vice versa...I won't go into any details now, but you get my point,right?
Hoping to talk to some kindred minds ;)


#1 Lust for Lo
Wednesday, July 7th, 2010
1:46 am
Not sure if this is okay or not, but I made a Lolita collage at Polyvore and thought I'd share. It's behind a cut to save space. :)

See it hereCollapse )

Current Mood: productive
#4 Lust for Lo
Wednesday, May 5th, 2010
3:45 pm
She look so young...
Is it just me or does Adriana Lima look very Lolita-esque? She's 27 but she looks like a girl. What is it about her that makes her look so young? Cute button nose? Big doe eyes? Baby face? I don't know but she's soooo pretty.

#6 Lust for Lo
Thursday, April 8th, 2010
2:27 am
How old?
How old were you when you first stumbled onto "Lolita" in book or film format? Have you re-read it or re-watched it since? What do you get out of it now that you didn't maybe grasp when you were younger or less experienced?
#8 Lust for Lo
Thursday, March 25th, 2010
8:38 pm
Covering Lolita
Over 150 book and media covers from 33 countries and 54 years

What are your favourite covers?  Mine is this one, I think.  Although I will always have a soft spot for this one because it's the cover of the first copy I read (before I got my own).

I'm looking at these instead of writing an essay on The Master and Margarita for my Russian Lit class.  Oops.
#11 Lust for Lo
Thursday, March 18th, 2010
8:57 pm
So this community still on?

Ill introduce myself. Male, 46. My girl's a legal Lo. We've been together since way back when she wasn't. Love the book love the films. Anything May/December is a turn on. Definitely not a pedo. My girl's the only young one there ever was for me. Looking to finally make use of this journal I got maybe meet some likeminded folks.
#1 Lust for Lo
Sunday, January 10th, 2010
12:04 am
Hullo, my apologies if this is a bit random. But, does anyone know how to braid your own hair like Dominique Swain wears in the 1997 version?


I think it may be called a dutch braid? I just love it, but I am quite awful at braiding and I'd like some step-by-step instructions.

Thanks! ♥

Current Mood: content
#4 Lust for Lo
Friday, January 8th, 2010
4:43 pm
Style.com does Lolita

Found this amusing...today's Style.com cover story:

#2 Lust for Lo
Monday, December 14th, 2009
9:53 pm
How Do You Solve a Problem Like Lolita?
On Sunday there was a BBC4 documentary, How Do You Solve a Problem Like Lolita?, and you can watch it on iplayer.

Documentary following writer and broadcaster Stephen Smith on the trail of Vladimir Nabokov, the elusive man behind the controversial novel and 1962 film, Lolita.

The journey takes him from the shores of Lake Geneva to Nabokov's childhood haunts in the Russian countryside south of St Petersburg to the streets of New York City and a road trip through the anonymous world of small-town America.

Along the way Smith meets fellow Nabokov admirer Martin Amis and puts in a cheeky visit to Playboy's literary editor who is publishing an extract of Nabokov's last work.

It's about Nabokov in general, but there's quite a lot on Lolita and morality.
#2 Lust for Lo
Sunday, November 1st, 2009
1:07 am
Hello, if anyone's interested I just posted a few Lolita (1997) animations here. :)

(I hope this is allowed, if not, feel free to delete.)
Lust for Lo
Friday, October 9th, 2009
4:05 am
Two professor crushes and a diploma later, it ain't over
 Some would call it a fetish, but I think it's a coincidence that most of my fancies up to this point has been directed at men in their 50's, give or take a decade. I'm not a newbie at this community. I used to be known as __goldengirl and trying to get over my crush on my economic professor. Some of you may be acquainted with lolita2002 (whom I consider a pal even if she's gone now. I bet she would sympathize with me and the rest of you. I still log in to my old account to revisit her beautifully narrated predicament and it was so nice of her to share.) I come back here once more for advice or just plain talking with good folks who has went through the exact same thing, because right now I'm in such emotional torture, only talking with likeminded folks can help ease my pains a little. I really have nobody to turn to for this, so please. 

I have made my journal public for the people of this community. I merely have a total of 5 entries, each are not very long or wordy and won't take you five minute to skim through. Please leave a comment if you have something constructive to say. If you're going to judge, at least tell me your rationale. In the meantime, I'm going to catch up on what I missed in this and similar communities while I was gone to kill time. 
#5 Lust for Lo
Friday, September 4th, 2009
2:09 pm
Ways to look younger?
Hey - im new here.
And english is not my first language, so you will probaly have to bear with all the errors i make!!

But,, - back to the case. Im 16. My teacher recommendet me to read Lolita when i was 12, and off couse ive been obsesed ever since!! I was really a perfect Lo back then, but now im groing older and kinda panicing about it.
I have a Hum and I want him to view me as younger than I really am. Im just addicted to that kind of "worship", and i dont want it to go away!!
So do you have any tips- like for makeup, hairstyle or just anything?

#7 Lust for Lo
Saturday, August 22nd, 2009
10:20 pm
I hate my body type.
I feel like one could never call me a nymphet because of the way I look: A lot more 'mature' and 'older' than I actually am. Normally, people my age (I'm 16) would probably take this as a compliment, but I definitely don't.
It always makes me think of the beginning of the book where Humbert described what kind of girls are nymphets and what kind of girls are not, and I knew from the very beginning I was one of the latter.
It saddens me.

Sorry for being random, but I meeded to say it. Anyone else has similar feelings?

Under the cut: a picture of me that's somehow been inspired by Adrian Lyne's Lolita, but still has a different feel to itCollapse )
#13 Lust for Lo
Tuesday, August 4th, 2009
7:43 pm
Yale Lectures
Today I was prowling youtube, and I found three lectures on Lolita, which were part of a course called The American Novel Since 1945 (ENGL 291), taught by Professor Amy Hungerford at Yale.

They're all around 40-50 minutes long, and I've just watched the first one. The way Professor Hungerford reads from the book is really bland (and it makes me sad), but you can tell she loves discussing the book. She has great insights so far.

The videos are embedded under the cut.Collapse )
#3 Lust for Lo
Sunday, July 12th, 2009
10:50 pm
Histoire de Melody Nelson
Histoire de Melody Nelson is a French concept album by Serge Gainsbourg. It is semi-autobiographical - written about a middle aged man (voiced by Gainsbourg) who crashes his car into the bicycle of a 15-year-old girl named Melody Nelson. After this sudden meeting, the two have a brief affair. Because of this, it keeps being referred to as Lolita-esque (take that as you will). Backing vocals on the album are provided by Jane Birkin, Gainsbourg's wife, who was 18 years his junior. She also posed for the cover art:

Each song was made into a music video, each compiled into a 'musical'. You can find some of them on youtube. Here is the first track.Collapse )

some lyricsCollapse )

Anyway, I think this is a beautiful album and I wanted to share it with you all.
#2 Lust for Lo
Saturday, July 11th, 2009
5:24 pm
Growing up?
Hi guys,
I just joined today..

i'm 20 so im not really a lolita anymore. i feel kind of sad about that..
i have a fear of growing up.. i dont want to be a woman.

everyone gets older, we can't stop time..
im terrified of turning into charlotte haze. but i guess its inevitable.

i saw the movie version of lolita when i was 16 yrs old.. i remember having the biggest crush on jeremy irons..
lolita reminds me of me.  i've always liked much older men ever since i can remember.  my first older bf was 42 and i was 14 at the time. he was a grown man and i liked the power i had over him, knowing that i could make him do whatever i want, that he'd do anything for me.  we never went further than kissing.. but it was fun to tease him. ive had secret relationships with many older men.. some of them weren't so nice.. most of them took advantage of me.   

i was an only child for 12 years.. i was a daddys girl. i miss that.  i know my attraction to older men is based on my relationship with my dad.  he just got more and more distant as i grew up. i dont even talk to him anymore.  i like older men because i still want a dad in many ways. i can understand why lolita liked humbert. she didn't have a dad growing up and she wanted the love and attention of someone important in her life.  

i want a guy to love me the way he loved lolita. he took care of her. he treated her like she was special, the most perfect girl in the world, and he was obsessed with her. he loved her truly. like in the end how he says "i looked and looked her..and i knew as surely as i know that i will die..i loved her more than anything i'd seen or imagined on earth" and "i would still go mad with tenderness at the mere sight of her face". its the perfection of true love

i'm 20 yrs old..  i'm a woman.. i feel like i'm not loveable anymore.
#23 Lust for Lo
Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009
6:14 pm
I've watched the community for a while. And decided to post. I'm a huge Lolita fan, as well as one for Jeremy irons. me being 16 loves the whole idea. Anywho. I was looking for fanfiction on the movie or book. Or something based in it. Girl-child and man. Any suggestions?
#4 Lust for Lo
Tuesday, June 16th, 2009
10:14 pm
a collection of lolita & lolita-esque photos i've found
randomly scattered around the internet & put together.
photos here..Collapse )
enjoy. <3
#9 Lust for Lo
Sunday, June 7th, 2009
11:18 pm
#3 Lust for Lo
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