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Posts tagged with ‘london’

  • Delicate Dresses Carved From Marble

    By admin on April 2, 2014
    Artist Alasdair Thompson created an illusion through his art project titled “The Identity Collection”. The delicate dresses that are pictured are actually carved from marble. Every pleat, ruffle, and wrinkle was carved by hand to give it a natural and delicate look. He had clothes donated from family and friends to base designs on. His collection has already been featured […]
  • Russian Photographer’s Girlfriend Leads Him Around The World

    By admin on March 11, 2014
    Russian Photographer, Murad Ossman,  has started a photo-series that has gained a lot of attention and anticipation for future additions. Nataly Zakharova is pictured in every photo, guiding him through many beautiful sceneries in different countries. It is refreshing to see such dedication and creativity in a photo-series. The colors and imagery is so vibrant, it makes you feel like […]
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  • A Brit in Paris Editorial for Grazia Germany Magazine

    By admin on November 7, 2013
    In the following editorial spread for Grazia Germany, Celia Becker dons elements of traditional British style with a punk-rock edge to them. The bold ensembles of plaid, animal prints, and clashing patterns and textures are perhaps a little out of place considering traditional Parisian style, making Becker stand out for sure. Enjoy…x
  • Katharine Morling’s Ceramic Art

    By admin on September 18, 2013
    London-based artist Katharine Morling uses ceramics to create 3-dimensional everyday objects that look like they have been drawn right into life. We love the way she interprets the tool kits and work stations of other artists- for example, the seamstress’s sewing desk, or the artist’s paint palette. Enjoy…x!
  • Willow Resort 2014 Collection

    By admin on July 1, 2013
    Black and white has definitely been heavily favored in women’s fashion lately – whether you are watching runways or shopping in stores, you’ll notice black and white garments are everywhere! The Willow Resort 2014 Collection took this concept a step further, with the lookbook for their Resort 2014 Collection appearing in primarily black and white. What do you think: does […]
  • Erdem Resort 2014 Collection

    By SP on June 5, 2013
    Erdem’s resort collection didn’t have a shortage of floral, lace, organza and leather dresses. The finishing touch for the looks were pointy, black & white loafers by Nicholas Kirkwood. Take a look at the full collection. Enjoy!
  • Topman Design Fall ’13 Menswear Collection

    By Michal Upchurch on January 9, 2013
    Oversized parkas and colorful peacoats complimented with drill pants and combat boots walked the runway in London for Topman Design Fall 2013 Menswear Collection. The semi-rugged looks (almost reminiscent of the B-boy style) is what I loved about this collection. There is something so appealing about a man in a pair of combat boots. Thoughts? Enjoy..x
  • Mulberry “Under The Sea” SS 2013 Campaign

    By admin on January 7, 2013
    Shot by Tim Walker and art directed by Ronnie Cooke Newhouse, Mulberry has taken a plunge into pastel seas for its spring ad campaign. The campaign has a surreal feel to it, with the model Meghan Collison posed among giant bubbles in an underwater seascape of soft pink and baby blue rocks and coral. We can clearly see that everyone is catching onto the upcoming watercolor […]
  • Valentino: Master of Couture

    By SP on November 8, 2012
    The internationally renowned design team Kinmonth Monfreda, who are long time collaborators of Valentino, have created the exhibition design ‘VALENTINO: Master of Couture’ specially for Somerset House in London. This exhibit in collaboration with Valentino and Giancarlo Giammetti has been curated by Alistair O’Neill with Patrick Kinmonth and Antonio Monfreda. Doors open on the 29th of November 2012 and run […]
  • Silk Button-Up Shirt + Silk Maxi Skirt

    By SP on September 17, 2012
    So I was ironing my shirt this morning and burned my sleeve. Granted, I have had this shirt for like 8 years–purchased it at Zara in London–but the French cuffs made the shirt. Not one to dwell on the small stuff, I immediately grabbed a pair of scissors and chopped both sleeves off. Gotta love impromptu DIYs. Outfit Details: Green […]
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