So I´m making a few changes to my dear blog. This one will from now on be focused on design and fashion related topics, such as my work for example, and I´m moving all of my “nutrition, feminism, save the world posts” to my new blog The Bell Pepper Blog. So if you´re interested in anything in that area please follow me there! 🙂
Oh, and I apologize for the mess on this blog while I´m reconstructing it. 🙂
Oh, this makes me happy! I looove 18th century France, the fashion, the interiors! Looove!!! Some day I want my very own 18th century castle!
Kate Moss for Vogue.
Susan Sarandon and her daughter Eva Amurri Martino star in Neiman Marcus’ The Art of Fashion print campaign for Spring 2012, wearing a number of designers such as Prada, Valentino, Vera Wang, Armani, Tom Ford, Chanel, Oscar de la Renta. They both look stunning and Eva looks so much like her mother with her incredible eyes and gorgeous red hair.
Source; Neiman Marcus The March Book
I love the idea of inserting a touch of neon into the otherwise so pale wedding photos. I think with all that white you definitely need a splash of color and a strong make up to really make you pop out from the background on your special day.
För more amazing photos, visit producer & stylist Sonia at Want That Wedding
Photographer ~ Kat Hill Fotographie
Wedding Dresses ~ Kitty & Dulcie
Oh My Honey
Wedding Shoes ~ Rachel Simpson
I´ve been MIA on this blog for a while and the reason for that is that I´ve been working ny butt off trying to finish the first presentation of my thesis project which took place yesterday. We had to present a number of things to explain our concept, our inspiration and our collection. One of the things was to take 10 photos that represent the concept, the feeling we want to convey with our final collection. My inspiration comes from the microscopic images of human cells that I posted earlier and I wanted my photos to give the feeling of cells dividing and interacting, evolving from one stage to another.
So, starting with my concept description, here´s the first part of my thesis project presentation.
Happy new year everyone! Hope your holidays have been amazing and that you´re as excited as I am to see what the new year has to offer. To inspire us all to fill the year with colors, happiness and love, I´m giving you the Victoria´s Secret Valentine´s Day Lookbook 2012.
The Agent Provocateur Soirée collection is super sexy and gorgeous. I showed you the commercial ad earlier, here are my favorites from the collection.
I´ve always liked alternative christmas trees. A few years ago I tried to convince my then boyfriend that a big sparkly pink tree would be a great idea, he didn´t agree… However he was able to settle for a more “masculine” tree in black and silver, going with the black and white minimalist interior of the apartment. And it ended up looking amazing! We found a plastic tree completely in black with little hints of silver and we put all black and silver decorations in it. Unfortunately I lost all my images in the great computer crash of 2010, otherwise I´d be happy to share it with you.
Someone who did get her pink tree is designer Betsey Johnson. It´s residing in The Plaza Hotel in New York and was inspired by one of their most famous, however fictional, celebrity guests, children´s book character Eloise. Betsey Johnson has also created an Eloise inspired suite for the hotel back in 2010.
At the unveiling of the tree the designer stated:
“I always knew there was a cosmic love between me and the Plaza, even though I didn’t grow up with Eloise, when I moved to New York, Eloise’s story and the Plaza were real aspirational fantasies for me. And I love that they’ve kept the architecture, history and beauty of The Plaza, instead of trying to make it too modern.”
“It’s filled with girly stuff — pink feathers, sparkles, foldout Eloise paper dolls. There’s three quarters of me that’s six years old and it comes out.”
The Agent Provocateur Fleurs du mal (“Flowers of evil”) Soirée collection 11/12 is a sexy combination of S&M and horror. So if you´re not a fan of horror movies, this may not be for you.
Viewer Discretion Is Advised.