German/Japanese illustrator Niky Roehreke graduated from the Central Saint Martins before working freelance as an illustrator for magazines, such as Nylon, Jalouse and Tokion amongst others. I really like her colorful mixed-media illustrations, glamorously blending watercolor, pencils, typography and
Stella McCartney’s Resort 2012 Collection felt really California cool. The entire collection is really versatile and the pieces can easily be mixed and matched for more great looks. I really liked the extra long and two- tone blazer jackets, as well ad the silk printed pieces.
Thanks to Trendland’s friend Marie-Joelle Parent for tipping us onto one of our favorite things: New York Rooftops. These amazing NY rooftop photographs are taken by French photographer Charles de Vaivre for an upcoming book on these dreamy secret gardens and terraces of the big apple.
TRENDLAND exclusive interview with Scott Morrison In characteristic fashion, denim master Scott Morrison is entrepreneurially leading the industry (again) with an inspired little shop of large ideas and limited quantity denim for connoisseurs and walk-ins alike. “I have always loved the sewing detail, the factory experience, seeing how everything is made and total transparency. So, I [...]
An exclusive interview with Fabrice Penot, co-founder of LE LABO On GAIAC 10 “It’s like with children – you can’t choose your favorite but this is a very special scent. The GAIAC – I come back always to it. Always, always, always.” – Fabrice Penot GAIAC 10 is the Tokyo exclusive fragrance usually available only [...]
Thursday evening was the official launch of TOUCH, a concept store located in Manhattan’s Lower East Side, curated by yours truly Trendland. The Concept Store will be around for a limited time during which every 2 weeks a new designer or artists’ work will be featured in a solo exhibition in the space. The products [...]
Last week we where invited to the opening of the first Pierre Hardy store in the US, the 1400 square foot flagship store located at 30 Jane street in the west village has been chosen by Pierre Hardy as his favorite because of its intimate yet chic and lively atmosphere of this downtown neighborhood.
The illustrations of Vahram Muratyan make clever comparisons of the cultural differences of Paris versus New York. If you ever been to these two cities, than you will find these original posters illustration completely on point!
Nowadays, Cyril and I, find ourselves walking the streets of NYC and staring up at all the rooftops, dreaming about our very own New York City rooftop atrium, merging architectural sculpture and botanical madness. Jwilly tapped into that fantasy with his collection of NYC rooftop photos.
Inspired by a father’s oversized jackets, school uniforms, the melding of generations, themes of abandonment and renewal and American poet Walt Whitman, Australian label Mjölk’s Autumn/Winter collection encapsulates the Depression-era art scenes in New York with its moody Autumn tweed, parkas, varsity jackets and knits (with a little nod to Holden Caulfield with the hunting [...]