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.
22 February 2012
What a lovely mix. But it’s more “obscure new york fashion week” than “obscure architecture” to me ! By Claire Cottrell.Via Flavorwire.
Prabal Gurung vs Thomas Heatherwick. Image credit: Bryan Boy / Heatherwick Studio, Seed Pavilion.
Prabal Gurung vs DOSE. Image credit: Jamie Beck; DOSE via Dezeen.
Prabal Gurung vs Le Prisme Concert Hall. Image credit: Susie Bubble; Brisac Gonzalez.
Marina Muñoz vs Dancing Living House. Image credit: Face Hunter; Junichi Sampei/ ARCHITECT LABEL Xain via Space Invading.
Susie Bubble aka Style Bubble vs the Conceptual Nightclub in Harajuku, Japan. Image credit: Style Bubble; Tiffany Dahlen and Virginia Melnyk.
Calla vs the Paula Rêgo Museum. Image credit: Style Bubble; Eduardo Souto de Mouravia archhis.
Creatures of the Wind vs the Kölner Dom. Image credit: froufrouu; All things Europe.
Helmut Lang vs Spaceport America. Image credit: Style Bubble; Foster + Partners via Dezeen.
Mara Hoffman vs The Painted Adobe of The Nakani People. Image credit: Love is the law; Do It Yourself, Cupcake.
Ostwald Helgason vs Avondale Heights Library. Image credit: From Me to You; H2o Architects.
Scott Schuman’s Raspberry Knit Cap Post vs Musée du Quai Branly. Image credit: The Sartorialist; Jean Nouvel Atelier.
Jason Wu vs The Panteón Nube. Image credit: From Me to You; Clavel Arquitectos via Dezeen.
13 March 2011
Some optical artworks by Ned Vena, mostly made with rubber on linen.