This beautiful dress is made by Latvian fashion designer Ingrīda Zābere.
The dress is made from 8 shirts. More about www.recycled.lv here
Berit Kruger-Johnston is a freelance illustrator, born in Norway. For the last thirteen years Berit Kruger-Johnston has been residing in Australia.
This is one of my favorite pieces: Looking For Love. It’s such a beautiful mix of my memories of Hopper, Chagall and Jerome K. Jerome.
It wasn’t me who discovered James Jean. It was Miuccia Prada.
He made Trembled Blossoms for her. And drawing for S/S 2008 collection’s textiles.
The clothes with his drawing made me wish I had something from his art as well. I found his webside and
now I own 3 pieces: Vanity, Sink and Treat.
His name is David James
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I’m a big fan of Isabel Marant’s store interiors and since today is an opening of the Marant’s third boutique in Hong Kong (10 Ice House Street, Central), I had to post the first pictures available on the net.
Isabel Marant’s stores have the same laid-back attitude like her fashion has. Seems to me, she manages not overthink things and that is so refreshing in our postmodernist interior world.
OMA have unveiled their designs to convert a 5400 square metre 1960s pavilion in Stalinist-era Gorky Park in Moscow into a new venue for the Garage Centre for Contemporary Culture, the new gallery, which will be built for gallerist Dasha Zhukova.
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