The indulgence of the 21st century Romanticism as the main theme of Etro collection for Spring/Summer 2013 is consolidated with the ethereal saturation of colors. By surpassing the earthbound factors the campaign transfer us to the dreamy fantasies encompassed with the mastership of photography served by Erik Madigan Heck. The structure of unique collage vision melts into the painting aesthetics unveiling the kaleidoscope of patterns, vividness of color palette and discipline of tailoring taken as a granted by Etro.
Photography by Erik Madigan Heck
The uber cool trenchcoat brand Lahssan has teamed up with iconic french brand faconnable and street style maven Elisa Nalin to create a double sided striped trench coat in four crayola bright colours.
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Everything is in the name. The candlelight condenses the secret around her, when the light of a neon wipes the mystery hastily. At the first of the rue Therese, on the dancefloor or in a reddening padded boudoir, the desire stages itself and wins with no arms in hands. Here, confidential swapping is a perfectionated art to the desire, the carnal vandale’s fantasies are requested to be revised upward or matured in substance.
The true eroticism doesn’t sell off, it goes like a chamber music play, and offers itself only to the enlightened anxious to to be gentle with their rhythms, theirs rituals, and the ones of others. Five star haven of the elegant libertinism, all velvet, in art nouveau arabesque and in meticulous bacchanal, the club Les Chandelles woos the senses more than it waists the essences. Photos : Cyrille Robin – Texte : François Blet
Japanese designer Yukio Takano of The Great Mushrooming builds these fun lights using LEDs embedded in synthetic mushrooms that at a quick glance are passable for the real thing. Each light kit is complete with beautiful packaging, battery packs embedded in the base of the wood, and nifty retro on/off switches. While I can’t figure out if these are for sale online you can see tons more in his online gallery.
As Nicholas Kirkwood’s assistant for two years, she studied with the best. Today, she launches her own brand, unveiling a collection that’s rich in color, with an already developed style. Her various inspirations reveal the richness of her world: the clothing of the Hmong people, works by the artist Yayoi Kusama, Aztec prints, landscapes of Brazil, resulting in feminine pieces with cultivated, graphic shapes. more on sophiagracewebster.co.uk