In my opinion childrens fashion fotos often get way too childish, however when I found these I wish I was 5 years old and that cool as these wicked girls in this fabulous universe. Source: Fashion Tale Magazine
Naïve documents the extraordinary renaissance of Classic Modernism, from the 1940s to 1960s, in contemporary graphic design. This compilation introduces a new wave of young designers who are rediscovering the stylistic elements reminiscent of classic graphic design such as silkscreen printing, classical typography, hand lettering, woodcutting and folk art and integrating them into their work. Inspired by 20th Century American legends such as Saul Bass, Charley Harper and Alexander Girard, the burgeoning designers and their work showcased this in this book are inspiring, ranging from illustrations, poster art, editorials, book covers and record sleeves to stationary and textiles. Cover by Pietari Posti
This month my blog had 3 months birthday and last week I had almost 3000 readers – Thanks to all of you! I am quite curious on who you are – so I would appreciate if you would leave a comment here!
Battin is the moniker and freelance platform of Philip Dam Roadley-Battin, currently studying at Danmarks Designskole in Copenhagen. In my search for inspiration I found Battin’s site and for some reason these pictures – this environment – these graphics gave me something! The theme is the interpretation of human anatomy and typography
Iconoc models of the twentieth century have had great roles of inspiring and influencing the fashion within their respective eras. The exhibition which takes place in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC until 9th August features haute couture and ready-to-wear works from 1947-1997.
Twiggy in Yves Saint Laurent by Bert Stern for Vogue, March 15, 1967
Naomi Campbell in Geoffrey Beene by Peter Lindbergh forVogue, June 1990
Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Tatjana Patitz, Christy Turlington and Cindy Crawford in Giorgio di Sant’Angelo by Peter Lindbergh for British Vogue January 1990
In the hunt for beautiful and cool underwear you might have realized how much crab you need to pass…even with the simple purpuse of looking sensible, sexy and sophisticated without looking like an oldie or a cheap hore it is not always easy, however, in my hunting I found some really good players in this field:
VPL – New York based brand which has an innovative approach to making underwear. The idea is the concept of drawing the innerwear out and create stylish garments that do not need to be hidden!
WUNDERVOLL is a Berlin based brand – creating high quality underwear for daily use. Comfortable in nice qualities but still stylish and sexy!
AFTERWEAR by Signe Tolstrup is based in Copenhagen. The feminine underwear is created in a universe of feminine and exclusive wellness. Beautiful materials in delicate colours. Like a dream or a fairytale. Follow Signe Tolstrup’s blog her The Pink Pages
Source: Poster seen on street in Amsterdam
Source: MOMA, NYC
Source: Fashion Tale Magazine