New editorial I styled is released in Tantalum December 2013 Issue 28. Check out the full story here!
Trousers! Wide Leg Trousers. As wide as they want to be. As baggy as they want to be. As chic as they want to be. As pleated as they want to be. As minimalistic as they want to be. As many in your closet as you want to have
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Don’t you wish that one day when you get to work, your office supplies would start doing your work for you. Well that’s one great idea, but there’s also super supplies that help you do your work more efficient & that’s what Rob Prideaux, San Francisco product photographer, wants to illustrate for us.
With an eraser times three and a high speed oscillating motion highlighter stand that does the job with a push of a finger, you can analyze a report or three within minutes and maybe even stay late to finish a year worth of work.
All images courtesy of Rob Prideaux
Check out more of Rob’s work – he shoots pacifiers on fishing hooks + fire hearts + shopping bags with speakers + foil covered lipsticks + dissected frog parts + other amazing visuals you can see on his website RobPrideaux.com
Graffiti & Fashion what an exciting mix. So many things come to mind: colors, paint splatters & dynamic compositions in an urban environment. Orly Ruaimi, however, brings new visuals to this concept. In her exhibition on December 5, 2013 in a San Francisco gallery, she is showing her latest selection of jewelry, yes I said jewelry, along with her abstract paintings that she translates into jewelry design.
Cannery Gallery 112
2301 Leavensworth St
San Francisco, CA 94133
DECEMBER 5 2013
Video demonstration 6:30
Cuff your ears now! It’s simplest way to spice up your look – you only need one & you can skip a chunky necklace. Here are the coolest ear cuffs out there to add to your accessories collection.
At first glance, the skeletal structures sculpted by Kristina Lewis, the San Francisco-based artist, look nothing more than mysteriously mirrored shapes. When you look again, you start to notice buckles, straps and insoles, and start to make out ladies’ favorite fashion item – shoes. Cut, twisted, glued are a pair of heels which are contorted into eco-sculptures.
If you are holding on to a pair if heels which you know you will never ever wear, maybe you should give Kristina a ring. She will find a great use to your neglected pair.
When I think of Halloween, I don’t think of baring costumes everyone is standing in line to buy at a local Spirit Store, I think of dark bone yards, seeping moonlight, deep shadows and moody photographs.
Here’s some of my favorites:
Photographer Kimisa Hao
Photographer Ekaterina Belinskaya
Fashion editorial The Cure from Dutch #26 magazine
The Becoming by Brendan Zhang
L’èternite au Corps fashion editorial in Vogue Paris
Happy Halloween-ing! More here
London is full of creative energy, especially, in fashion. Let’s take a closer look at a designer undeniably mastering the art of using prints in a fresh innovative way, Mary Katrantzou. The placement of the prints is immaculate and each season it’s a new themed spectacle. Her fan-base is of all ages, shapes & sizes and the niche she is exploring is only bringing a larger audience.
This is her most popular look for the 2014 Spring season:
The storyline for the collection is SHOES – girls’s most prized possession.
One of my favorite collections up to date is Spring 2011. Mary Katrantzou used interior design as an inspiration to this line. The models were wearing trompe l’oeil images of rooms with chandelier necklaces & fabric extensions serving as curtains.
For this Fall/Winter season, there was a heavily-discussed diversion that everyone saw in Katrantzou’s style. It’s much darker and sultry than her previous collections.
However, you can hear Mary Katrantzou’s defense and explanation of the collection in this interview. She doesn’t think there’s a diversion and this collection is still very much HER in the aesthetic sense. She talks about her Fall 2013 RTW Collection and touches quiet a bit on inspiration, design process and industry secrets in a very welcoming & candid manner.
Her designs are definitely dominating my Prints Pinterest board. I might even have to edit some out!