Thursday, March 26, 2009

Aurel Schmidt


Jessica Stam at Louis Vuitton:

A bunny inspired editorial:

Chloe Sevigny styling Harmony Korine's film 'Gummo':

How's tricks?

Beyond the grassy knoll

As amazing a designer as Anne Demeulemeester is, it is only befitting that a smart and graceful architectural form be erected in her name as her newest boutique in Seoul, Korea.

According to PSFK the boutique reflects an emerging architectural style known as "organic architecture" - and the Anne Demeulemester building in Seoul marks the first fashion post to incorporate it.

This particular iteration used "Le Mur Vegetal" or "The Vertical Garden", a technique developed by French botanist Patrick Blanc, in which a light weight material is used to suspend, cultivate and grow your greens of choice on the vertical plane without soil. Mass Studies, the Korean Architecture firm that designed the Anne Demeulemeester building, used moss and bamboo, both inside and out.

Mark Borthwick for Vanessa Bruno

From: Purple Fashion Magazine

glorified dereliction

Spiked hat by London designer Keko Hainswheeler.

Crystal/leather creepers for Sonia Rykiel

F/W 09, Paris.

Where the wild things are...

Ummm so I'm pretty excited about this. Maurice Sendak meets Spike collaboration ever?

Tuesday, March 17, 2009