Prada gets artistic with their nostalgic Fantasy Lookbook for the Spring/Summer collection. Models donning new bright styles drift among scenes, ads and phrases clipped from vintage magazines, forming fun and clever collage vignettes.
Karl Lagerfeld’s new website is a bold and beautiful virtual representation of the man and his brand, black and white and Karl all over. Most fun is the “World of Karl,” with his self-depricating wisdom such as: “I know how annoying, impossible and hard to please I can be. I wouldn’t recommend myself as a guest to anyone.”
A gorgeous photo shoot done by Tim Walker for W Magazine. The softly lush, delicate and perfectly detailed stylings come to us inspired by Asian art and Spring.
A wonderful use of 3D Printing – customizable frames with holes on all surfaces, for owners to weave unique mini tapestries perfect for their eyes only. On view at the Aram Gallery in London along with other novel uses of 3D Printing until Feb. 25.
Art makes any shopping experience more meaningful and beautiful. Retail spaces transform into inspiring environments, especially when enhanced by simple and throw-away materials like this cardboard tube installation at a shop in Hiroshima, an exhibition of 800 floating, illustrated coffee cups at the base of the Flatiron building, and Confetti System’s applications of cut paper and tissue.
Well-ordered and color-coded. Enjoying the rich styling of photographer Luke Kirwan.
We love LOVE – a must see!
Paris – Fading like a Childhood Memory is a new visual lifestyle publication not about Paris at all, but focusing around trends from the lively cultures of Cape Town and Buenos Aires. Plus, it’s trilingual – (English, Spanish + Portugese)!
Launching at the Toffie Pop Culture Conference and Festival in Capetown – March 30 to April 1.