Posts tagged ‘details’

11 September 2013

Automn 2013 collection by Yarden

I’m clearly a pattern-aholic, and this new fashion label from Berlin just do it right with their embroidered details and their off-beat designs. I like the photographies too.

YARDEN is a fashion label focusing on high quality garments with printed surfaces, embroideries and handcrafted details. The designers Celina Böning and Daniel Ramirez Perez worked as illustrators, art directors and designers before they founded their Label in 2012. With YARDEN they found a project combine their collected visual memories and impressions of contemporary visual culture.

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Via Arcademi.

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16 May 2012

Looks of the day no.18

Via Stockholm Streetstyle, Ram’s look, 5 inch and up, Atlantic-Pacific, Nasty Gal, Song of Style.

17 January 2012

Moonrise Kingdom by Wes Anderson & Roman Coppola

Oh ! The next movie to see in theater ! What kind of bird are you ?

Via Booooooom.

20 August 2011

Stockholm Streetstyle… details

Here are some details and looks that I picked up on Stockholm Streetstyle… A selection of images that inspired me today.

Via Stockholm Streetstyle.

30 August 2010

House in Maihama by Yoshitaka Arita

There’s a lot of beautiful details here ! House in Maihama by Yoshitaka Arita.

The old house had moisture and security (i.e. burglary) issues before it was replaced by this new house. There was also another problem the young couple wanted to solve when they decided to rebuild a new one on the same site – reducing the vibrations from the Metropolitan Expressway running near by. To build their dream home, the client couple hired Yoshitaka Arita, a Tokyo-based architect who had studied architecture both in Japan and the UK. The architect focused on three things – raise, solidify and lower the gravity center. To achieve these three goals, all three construction methods common in Japan were applied. Reinforced concrete and steel frame were used for the first level. The second level, which is the family’s living quarters, was built of wood frame construction.

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