The theme of Japaneses artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi work is “the physical that permeates into the art piece.” Laser print mounted with plexiglass acrylic and layered in a way that it all come up as some intriguing sculpture installations. ” In a foggy landscape, we no longer see what we are usually able to see – [...]
I am totally in love with the illustrations of Dutch artist Raymond Lemstra. Inspired by tribal and primitive masks and totems, and mixed with a little touch of pop and Japanese culture and you get these very unique drawings.
The Walter Van Beirendonck show was one of the most colorful and crazy shows of this Paris Fashion Week. Van Beirendonck, one of the less famous of the Antwerp Six (alongside Dirk Bikkembergs, Ann Demeulemeester, Dries Van Noten, etc), introduced us into his
Famous Swedish brand Acne has presented its winter 2011/12 collection for the first time with a real fashion show, closing men’s fashion weeks. The tone exemplifies the brand positioning: simple, elegant, young and contemporary with touches of beautiful colors through the inspiration of streetwear.
Prop stylist Kate Insley recently made these crates for Hermes by dismantling their signature packaging boxes. She rebuilt Hermes box into a crate for an event Hermes held in Cornwall for buyers and loyal customers. I love the idea, and the execution looks absolutely perfect.
Japanese designer Tatsuro Horikawa for Julius presented a collection that lived in a world of “chaos and tranquility”, with a strong digital sound, punctuated only by a percussion orchestra. The expanded mesh pullovers, leather jackets and dresses were done in a very neutral pallette. The atmosphere was cold and a little gaunt – from another world, intangible, unreal and [...]
Jeannie Phan is a Toronoto based illustrator with a keen interest in the micro-kingdom and the physiology of the human body, all which she sums up with a surrealist twist. Her “Hair is Dead” series featured here is beautiful and extremely eery. “Biologically, hair is not a live, it is dead. This series of illustrations [...]
We were contacted by the stylist Holly Suan Gray to share her work with us. I spent a good chunk of time perusing through her website, as one great editorial lead to another. I have not seen a stylists portfolio that I have loved as much as hers in a very long time. The British [...]
After the great Spying on Kate Moss, here is an other beautiful Nowness video (not too hard to produce great content when you are backed up owned by the biggest luxury group in world: LVMH). The innovative mind of Peter Philips (Chanel’s Global Creative Director of Makeup), conceptualized this stop motion video built from a [...]
Moving always brings on very particular interior obsessions for me, and this time I think the strongest one is wallpapers. Last year I featured the custom furniture of Piet Hein Eek and since then he has developed a series of wallpapers, called Scrapwood Wallpaper, to compliment his furniture. They are available for purchase on his [...]
For his second show in Paris, Thom Browne takes us right into the past in a historic hall of the Westin Hotel. Amidst the room, a large banquet table is ready, the models being already seated eating peas. The music is soft, the atmosphere is both relaxing and disturbing. Each in turn, guests get up and
The Etam Vodianova fashion show for spring summer 2011 was a spectacle. The catwalk was separated into three lanes, one seemed to come from a star perched at height, where the artists came out to sing on the stage. Broadcasted live on