We have already reviewed the work of Massimo Gammacurta many times on Trendland, because we love his photography and his perspective. He got really popular on the web from his Louis Vuitton & Chanel Lollipops (Logopops) but we also really liked his “Cosmetics Weapons“. Master in still life photography, here is some of his latest [...]
London based Australian designer Rachelle Dendle is in her 3rd collection of her very own bag line, After the Apple. This collection is composed of 12 shapes, one designed for each season/month, but all inspired by the falcon. Her use and mix of different fabrics in each design give the bags a taste of natures [...]
My very first post on Trendland was about Francis and the lights and with the arrival of a new album I am back to writing about them. Currently opening for Drake on tour they have come a long way since I wrote about them almost a year ago. Their new album is nothing short of [...]
Conned by some press and his followers as the future of Australian Fashion, Dion Lee looks as if he is on his on the right path to becoming an international brand. The 24-year-old designer is only in his sixth collection, but it is already clear he has that special touch, a vision that sets him [...]
I saw an image yesterday that caught my eye on CLM’s site and I literally had to look through all the set designers and photographers listed on the site to get to the second to last photographer and discover that the image above was photographed by Jenny Van Sommers. I knew that if I hunted [...]
The Pantone Hotel, just off Avenue Louise in the Belgian capital, is the latest addition to the Pantone Universe range of consumer spin-offs, which also includes hugely popular Pantone mugs in a variety of colours…
Sasha Pivovarova in “Bohemian Way” photographed by Emma Summerton with set design by Simon Costin for Vogue Italia February 2010.
Dutch photographer Desiree Dolron’s acute vision meshes traditional documentary photography and computer enhancement, by mixing these two methods, Desiree achieves her powdery, glowing effect – allowing her pictures to look almost like paintings.
British designer Karen Ryan was invited by Balloon Contemporary in Chicago and commissioned to create a collection of “Custom Made” chairs from discarded chairs and other scraps. Inspired by American culture and childhood narratives and the Adventures of Mark Twain’s Huckleberry Fin, she came up with a series of chairs that mixed cultural paraphernalia.