Written by Guest Blogger Robyn Germanese So Fern, So Nah, is German for So Far So Close! And, with a breath of fresh air, we are transported to Mongolia in the December issue of Vogue Germany.
We recently wrote about a campaign created by photo duo Tania and Vincent. Since then I have had the chance to really immerse myself in their dynamic portfolio to find out that these two have got the magic stick. Their education in photography and graphic design become crucial to the intricacy of their images. Ever […]
Dazed & Confused launched their September 2012 issue with this intriguing editorial featured by photographer Pierre Debusschere. Hérmes’s artistic director, Christophe Lemaire, paired up with well-known Korean brand Bean Pole to create Novö. The line was named after French rock critic Yves Adrien’s Novövision -who predicted the 1978 revolution of machines in music. Model Guerrino […]
M any of you can probably relate to our obsession with statistics. there is an ongoing unspoken competition in our office for who gets the most views on their posts, so we decided to materialize this obsession into a ‘Weekly Viral Report’ that includes the top post on Trendland.com, the most repined images from our […]
Each of Anna-Wili Highfield‘s paper sculptures is magnificent on its own, although probably not as time-consuming as her previous job of creating entire scenes for Opera Australia. It was during those years that she realized her calling for
Hermes and Japanese photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto have teamed up for series of limited edition scarves inspired by Sugimoto taking long exposure shots of cinema screens. What ensues are vibrant and colorful photos with light passing through a prism. Sugimoto stays within his
For those die hard Hermes fans, crack the Crystal: The Parq on Paterson Hill, Signature Tower, Singapore is the first luxury apartment building fully decorated by Hermes. The result: spacious 6,200 sq ft apartments feature a carefully curated combination of Hermès furniture, furnishing fabrics, wallpapers, carpets, tableware, along with made-to-order leather upholstered items and
Hermes is opening a new exhibition in London this month, entitled Leather Forever, featuring some of the historic label’s most famous designs. Celebrating Hermès’ 175th anniversary, the exhibition will also play host to some of the brand’s famed artisans, of which I have included some images below. The locale will be the sister space of the Royal Academy of […]
I could not resist sharing these brilliantly bubbly images for “World of Hermes” by Paul Graves. Graves put his still life genius to work as he creates interpretative animals from Hermes bags. The pink cow above (or pig as I see it) and the white swan below make me smile ear to ear.
The collection by Christophe Lemaire for Hermes continues with the equestrian style that has been constant in the Fall/Winter Paris shows. Lemaire however takes it further,to the idea of travel and effortless luxury. Movement and fluidity run through the clothes as their flowing forms allow for an ease of movement; while exotic textures of fox […]