Stylecouch’s Blog

TOKYO – FIRST IMPRESSIONS

Posted in Uncategorized by stylecouch on January 19, 2011

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WENDY BEVAN

Posted in Uncategorized by stylecouch on September 23, 2010

The portfolio of  Wendy Bevan keeps me inspired whenever I take a journey there!

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AW10 COLLECTION IN THE SHOPS THIS WEEK!

Posted in Fashion by stylecouch on August 11, 2010

The first delivery for the new becksöndergaard AW10 collection has just reached the shops! See among other styles the colourful grafitti scarf inspired by Berlin streetart. Might be used as wall decoration as well…

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LET YOUR T-SHIRT PROTECT YOU

Posted in Fashion by stylecouch on April 27, 2010

Over the last years the internet has develop into an open diary of many peoples life. Sometimes a little bit more information than I need… therefore I love this t-shirt which is cool but actually also has a really useful function – at least as long as the message is respected. Buy it here

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FASHION WITH FUNCTION

Posted in Uncategorized by stylecouch on April 21, 2010

I am definitely not a practical girl, however I love when it happens to find something that is super cool, funky and practical in one piece. I a time where rucksacks and beltbags are very hot I think this combi bag which I stumbled on in one of the posts on the sea of shoes blog is amazing – could imagine to wear it for all the concerts and festival this summer!

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GRAFFITI, PUNK AND COLORFUL ACCESSORIES

Posted in Uncategorized by stylecouch on February 9, 2010

I have been quiet and busy for a while but I’ll be back now and this week is going to be really exciting as I am presenting my first collection for the Danish accessories brand becksöndergaard at the Gallery fair during the Danish Fashion Week. The whole concept and identity have been through a remarkable and tremendously exciting journey of development during the last 6 Months and with keywords as ‘Modern Provocateur’, ‘Neo Burlesque’ and ‘Graphic Minimalism’ I am very proud to show the result for the press, the costumers and any others who might be interested. Here comes just a small preview…much more will follow!

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Photo: Casper Balslev

AN IT-GIRL FROM THE FACTORY

Posted in Fashion, Uncategorized by stylecouch on January 4, 2010

Edie Sedgwick who is best know as one of Andy Warhol’s famous muses from the 60s. She was hanging out in ‘the factory’ where she was also attending some of his short movies. Even though the movies never happened to be a commercial success, Edie became ‘the Girl of the Year’ in 1965 and she was definitely one of the most remarkable it-girls in the sixty’s New York. Unfortunately the days of fame were very tough and her drug dependency killed her at the eraly age of 28. However, she will remain an inspiring star and by watching the pictures I guess there is no wonder why – Your hair cannot be blond and short enough, your earrings cannot be big enough, you cannot wear stripes enough, your eyes cannot be smokey enough…She was gorgeous!

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A Burberry Burger with Gucci French Fries and than a McSunday by Paul Smith?

Posted in Advertisement, Art, Fashion, Photography by stylecouch on December 28, 2009

The Cool Hunter has enlisted Access Agency to implement the McFancy concept, which TCH describes “an upmarket temporary McDonald’s store that launches at Fashion Weeks around the globe such as London, New York, Paris, Milan, Sydney and Hong Kong.” In the business of fashion, the minute you put a designer label on a piece of cloth, the price goes up. I wonder in the restaurant business how much a Burberry-wrapped piece of meat will cost. For all ofof you loves McDonald food as well as you are may be a logo maniac, the restaurant dining room experience coming during Fashion Week 2010 to a big city near you.

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Found on Inka Leoni’s Blog

Art you can do out of pencil!

Posted in Art, Fashion, Graphic design, Sketches by stylecouch on December 15, 2009

John-Paul Thurlow, artist and magazine cover graphic designer, is recasting his favorite covers with a bit of paper and a pencil. His blog ‘Covers‘ is a hommage to the creative men and women who produce such disposable perfection – in his words: “With each Cover I take a perfect mass-produced object and turn it into a fucked up one-off. Don’t expect perfection here, that’s not the way I see beauty in the world.” In 2010 he is also planing a limited edition book, which should be already on the wishlist of all graphic design lovers.

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Found on absolutmaterialist.com and vetroave.com

If teeth begin to tell you true stories

Posted in Art, Fashion, Fun, Photography, True by stylecouch on December 11, 2009

My Milk Toof is an ongoing creative project by Californian artist Inhae Lee featuring the adventures of Ickle and Lardee, two baby teeth made from polymer clay. In her blog, a series of photographs Inhae Lee is telling stories out of the workaday life – leading actors: Ickle and Lardee! You will definitely not regret to visit her webpage and to follow her wonderful artwork here.

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See the full story and more here

Found it sweet-station.com

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