Thinking about restyling my interior, I have some ideas about making it lighter and more sweet. I’ve been obsessing about this Soft Pink color for a while now and would love to integrate this in my home. Especially for the bedroom, making it more romantic but still modern and stylish.
The new Lookbook of British designer Ally Capellino. Introducing her new Spring / Summer 2015 collection of mens and womens bags and accessories. The Beautiful Lookbook show by Agnes Lloyd-Platt is color cornered and gives a simple but yet very visual and effective image. A mix of portrait and still life on pastel backgrounds.
For the shots they had a collaboration with Glasshouse Salon, creating a nice combenation between still life and portrait.
In Holland it’s already turning in to Fall
Rain Rain Rain, all day everyday
Its kind of depressing!
And in the winter it even get more depressing.
It gets dark early and the streets are almost empty.
Even the fashion gets more dark.
This Winter let’s try to make it a little bit brighter and go for some soft colors.
It will definitely help keeping up our spirits 🙂
The Sport / Fashion label Adidas creates a kaleidoscope collection in collaboration with ‘The Farm Company’. Creating clothes and shoes for women. The Farm Company is a Brazilian fashion label, founded in 1997. Known for their fierce, colorful prints and now combined with the Adidas Originals items. Bringing sport and street style together. The collection is already available at all selling points of Adidas Originals.
Already showcasing some amazing street styles of the Coachella, I just had to show this festival project by artist Phillip K. Smith, called “Reflection Field“. 5 giant cube structures made of mirrors and LEDs. Creating an impressive prisms of light and color. Showing the fun surrounding the blocks and enchanting Coachella.
The reflection makes the event bigger and feels magical when the sun goes down. Turning the blocks into massive colorful objects.
Joining Salone del Mobile for the third year, fashion brand COS creates a temporary concept store, a collaberation with the Japanese design studio Nendo. Nendo’s designer Oki Santo created this installation for COS, a series of white shirts displayed on stands and hanging van the ceiling in different heights. The white shirts are white, till they reach the steel rectangular frames then the shirt will be dyed in different colours of grey and black.
“The smartly ordered shirts are crisp, classic white until they fall inside the steel cube frames, at which point they take on colour as though the space itself has dyed them” Oki Sato says.
Nendo also created a selection of COS pieces and items.
For more of these beautiful color palettes click here..