Oh, Petros Chrisostomou—an artist and photographer who knows his way into a woman’s heart. Known for photographing “small-scale, ordinary” objects that he constructs himself, some of his most eye-catching works (at least for the ladies) are huge heels of installation proportions and striking palettes.
Great style for this summer! Vans is thrilled to announce its newest designer collaboration capsule collection with Kenzo! The collection, which is set to hit stores April 1st, includes six unique vibrant color-ways and patterns infused into two of Vans’ classic styles.
Many of you can probably relate to our obsession with statistics. There is an ongoing unspoken competition in our office to see who has got the viral touch, and 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 Pinterest, and [...]
Marieka Ratsma defines herself a fashion designer however I think she is short selling herself. If you peruse her resume,you will realize that her talents reach further and wider than this limiting label. This artist plays among various mediums, last month we collaborated with her on a graphic design project; animated GIF’s for Celine Fall [...]
The Hamansutra label was launched in Munich, Germany, in 1996 and the company was formed in London in 2004. The Hamansutra brand presents clothing as art objects, focusing on a holistic view of external changes which in turn necessitate designs to be aligned in keeping. See some of his latest project below like the CMYK [...]
Pistard, return to the past… Shoes for the sportsmen but not only… New French brand Pistard is a shoe project born from the collaboration of two bike lovers: the shoe maker Black Dandy, and the bicycle blog As De Pique. Pistard make cycling shoes for both men and women to ride, walk and dance… Loving [...]
For this collaboration collection, Florsheim by Duckie Brown introduced some very cool men’s footwear (especially the Beaded brogue). For their A/W2012 designers Daniel Silver and Steven Cox re-imagine the traditional Florsheim boots and