Posts tagged ‘lookbook’

31 July 2012

Shwood Select 2012 Lookbook video by Joe Stevens

I just looove wooden sunglasses. Seriously, wood grain makes every pair unique, and it’s so light… I just found this super brand, Shwood, that is developing awesome wood sunglasses models, via this even more awesome video, using stereoscopy.

Portland-based wooden sunglasses company Shwood have released a 2012 collection video lookbook which employs a 3D technique called stereoscopy. So that you don’t need a pair of 3D glasses, they’ve also used the so-called “Wiggle Stereoscopy” technique, which alternates between the left and right images of the stereogram to give us a sense of being in the scene. The collection is now available direct from Shwood.


Via HUH. Magazine.

21 January 2012

Looks of the day no.9

Soft looks for a soft saturday.

Anja Rubik via Stockholm Streetstyle.

Chance via fashiontoast.

On the Street…Le Marais, Paris via The Sartorialist.

In the Moment : Details via Stockholm Streetstyle.

On the Street…Via Del Giglio, Florence via The Sartorialist.

Via Le 21e Arrondissement.

a.l.c. prefall 2012 via because i’m addicted.

Angela R. via


14 August 2011

Off to tallinn by Jana B.

Love that look. By Jana B.


15 May 2011

Dimanche by Collinet C.

A style I would like to wear today… if it was not another cold rainy day. I’m not that much into the long airy skirt mood, but she wears it beautifully !


30 October 2010

Casual look by Liz

I feel like wearing this outfit today…

Found at Late Afternoon.

30 August 2010

Flower dress & seaplane

A lovely dress (and a beautiful seaplane) by delightfully_tacky (Urban Outfitters dress).

Found on

23 August 2010

Jing Q. look of the day

A look shared by Jing Q., from Hannover on Love the red papercase style.

Found at

18 August 2010

Ève Gravel dress, Jupon Pressé shop

New dress at Jupon Pressé shop, Quebec city, by Ève Gravel. Her spring summer collection is worth the click (watch out there’s music on her page…) !

Found at Jupon Pressé facebook page.

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