Is not only the pieces what I love, but also the way they are presented. Great photos joined with great words by people like Emily Dickinson or Yeats.
Song: Maybe tomorrow - Stereophonics
Song: Neighborhood-Arcade Fire
"On Friday the 30th of November, the first of a series of online dinner party art films took place in Zandra Rhodes’ penthouse. Featuring Zandra herself, the dinner party discussion was led by Natt Weller, son of Paul Weller and included guests such as Marios Schwab, artist Andrew Logan, Bishi and Piers Atkinson (Daily Rubbish) amongst others.
Produced by Glass Loves, ‘Chapter 7: Eat Your Chiffon’ was shot by up and coming Photographer & Film Maker Ben Charles Edwards who ‘knows how to turn everyday scenarios into warped cartoon fantasy-lands on film.’ - Jodie Harsh.
Inspired by ‘Eat Your Make Up’ and Chapter 7 of ‘Alice in Wonderland’, the film has managed to capture raw discussion amongst the iconic guests whilst visually acting as an online art installation."
The line is mainly composed by a limited collection of customized t-shirts. A great alternative of basics who will help you to stay chic in the everyday.
Finals are over at last, and from now on I will be publishing at a normal pace.Song: Dés que J'te vois - Vanessa Paradis
Cashmere cardigan, APC white chambray dress, high-heel sandals and Chanel 2.55.
Song: The wind cries Mary - Jimi Hendrix
Nikki Dekker and Maayan Zilberman are the designers behind The Lake & stars, one of the brands Refinery29 covered this time.
The label is named after a Victorian term for a woman who is skilled in the bedroom. The pieces are all about details and comfort. Many lingerie houses design beautiful underwear, but forget being practical.
The great thing about The lake & stars is the use of cotton-silk, mixed with other fabrics such as jacquard or PVC. That makes the pieces wearable, yet sexy and feminine.