6 January 2013
Looks like H&M would be a good place to shop this spring ! Baroque and ethnic patterns, white, black, red, contrasting textures and volumes…
Fashion retailer H&M mixes structured and relaxed silhouettes for its spring 2013 lookbook starring Nadja Bender. The leading model dons metallic detailing, pleating and foulard prints for the new season. Boxy shoulders paired with sheer dresses and pants evoke a modern, street wear influenced style for this upcoming spring.
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On dirait que H&M sera un lieu de prédilection ce printemps ! Motifs baroques et ethniques, blanc, noir, rouge, volumes et textures en contraste…
Via Fashion Gone Rogue.
5 September 2011
I combined everyday soap bubbles with exotic ferrofluid liquid to create an eerie tale, using macro lenses and time lapse techniques. Black ferrofluid and dye race through bubble structures, drawn through by the invisible forces of capillary action and magnetism.
By Kim Pimmel. Make sure to watch the video below.
Via Milk and Cookies. Merci PA !
23 March 2011
I love this simple look. Spriiiiiiiiiing is back !
Via Fashion Squad.
5 February 2011
Ce n’est pas la première fois que je vois des installations de ce genre, mais celles là sont particulièrement bien réalisées…
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This is not the first time I see such installations, but these ones are particularly well done…
Photographed by Christian Stoll for Pricewaterhouse Coopers Magazine without the use of retouching. Just good old-fashioned anamorphic set design.
29 November 2010
This is very nice ! I wouldn’t mind having this wallpaper all over my bathroom…
Johannsen Gallery in Berlin present an exhibition of wallpapers by Milanese collective Carnovsky that change under different lighting conditions. The wallpapers, called RGB, feature superimposed imagery printed in red, green, yellow and blue.
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24 November 2010
Very simple lines, red, leopard and black & white. I want the leopard jacket.
Found at because i’m addicted.
19 October 2010
Georges Rousse is one of my favorite photographers. Here’s a rediscovery of his work, found at today and tomorrow.
Georges Rousse is a French photographer who makes photos of desolate or abandoned spaces. But before he does that, he paints some precise geometrical shapes which are some kind of optical illusions.
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