Over the years, I have become more and more fan of Lacoste. Great and simple design combined with a beautiful color-scheme seems to be a style-winner. The top to toe color-dressing seems to be a great way of power dressing, and the brand did not disappoint at New York Fashion Week this week.
Bits and pieces from the collection by Felipe Oliveira Baptista. Baptista definitely embraces the brands heritage, and takes it into the future.
Pictures by Lauren Beck, via Designscene.
1. This photo of a cool Robert Redford taken in 1960 (via Vanity Fair).
2. This garden.
3. Harpe’s Bazaar emojis! During New York Fashion Week, harper’s Bazaar has launched their own emoji app featuring every fashion week related emoji you can think of. Now you can describe you style-related feelings all in emojis. How about a Richard Avedon classic to spice up a text-message? Download via the apple App Store.
Katy B’s second album ‘Little Red’ is out today, and I advise you all to go get it! I had the joy of listening to it all through last week and it’s absolutely my favourite album of 2014 so far. From the beautiful ‘Crying For No Reason’ to the cool ‘Aaliyah’ with Jessie Ware (which I have been jammin’ to a year already).
I mean, I’m not the biggest ceramic-fan in the world, but I find these pieces by Chilean artist Livia Marin really fascinating. The art collection ‘Nomad Patterns’ consists of pieces of ceramic, melted into puddles, keeping the original printed patterns.
The artist Livia Marin wanted to present to us that broken china can still be a beautiful piece, and because of that also useful.