What’s the best way to end the week? With radical textile design? Why yes! And thanks to Suprême Bon Ton we can all have a joyful Friday full of pretty silk scarves.
Suprême Bon Ton is a French design studio that specializes in precious (and I say precious ’cause these things are like gems!) silk scarves with unique patterns. Each scarf is delivered in a – quote – lovely box. I mean, they are already lovely enough, so anything else on top of that is icing on the cake.
If you want to wrap your stylish neck with one of these beauties, then run to their fancy online shop to snatch one.
It’s been a while that I haven’t featured a fashion-meets-mixed-media post. I’m glad I found this one while perusing around the interwebs. Don’t you love the work of Ernesto Artillo? It’s sassy!
His runway gallery is a visual feast for all of you lovers of colour, pattern, and avant-garde style, and his work has been featured on several fashion and design magazines, including Elle. He also recently collaborated with fashion label SixLee to create some of the collages featured above.
Check out the rest of his creationsover here.
Oh these aussies and they’re incredibly rad stuff. Blows my mind every time! These jungle inspired photos are part of the editorial campaign titled Grand National by Australian fashion label Cameo
I know we’ve seen our fair share of floral/jungle-fever editorials, but I particularly love this one because it’s both art and fashion in one stylish combo, how can you go wrong with trendy mixed media?!
Also, these type of editorials are a reminder that winter is soon coming to an end..YEEASSS, no more vaseline to lube one’s face ’cause the cold is cracking the shit out of your pores. Until that day comes, go peruse on Cameo’s other campaigns which are just as fabush. Happy weekend chicolinos! (is that a word?).
JEBUZZZZ. I think it’s only fair if we all freak out a little bit about these mixed media pieces by Jesse Draxler, no?
This series was produced by Jesse as a lookbook for New York based high-end retailer OAK NYC, and boy did he nail it! I swear, just by looking at these images I want to buy every single article of clothing, which will probably cost a million dollars, but hey, one can dream, right?
If you do have a million dollars just laying around and want to go shopping to OAK, can you take me with you?! I’ll carry your bags!
Guys guys! I just started a new church, well, it’s more like a cult and it’s called Sistas and Mistas of the Euro Badass Brodahood. We gather once and week and talk about the possibility of going back in time and ask our parents to give birth to us in some european country, one that’s very designy if possible. We are currently recruiting! All you need to join is a COOL-AS-F*CK ATTITUDE.
Anyways. No, you’re not reading the title wrong and no I’m not drunk blogging (although that’d be great); Milleneufcentquatrevingtquatre is a french garment design house created by Amélie Charroin and Marie Colin-Madan, for us peasants that can’t read French, the name is a number and it means: 1984.
These fine ladies combine super arty/modern designs with textiles like cotton and silk to create the lovely scarves seen above. The styling, the colours, everything is drool worthy. In other words – and as mentioned in their FB page – their work is like “Hermes for the tumblr generation”. Oh hell to the yes!
K, gonna print some membership cards for those of you who want to join the cult. PS. Tom Cruise might pop by for tacos and beer later this week.