A color wheel or color circle is an abstract illustrative organization of color hues around a circle that shows relationships between primary colors, secondary colors, & complementary colors.
key words: chunky knitwear; eclectic styling; diverse colour palette; androgynous styling; simple, honest design; extreme handicraft; revived & repaired garments; cross stitch detail; print heavy; owl iconography. key words: checks & gingham prints; contemporary patchwork designs; restored element; customisation; panelled patch sections; boyfriend fit trousers & jeans; old meets new styling; comfortable casual fit; neutral [...]
key words: casual tailoring; geek-chic styling; dip dye effect; minimal utility designs; jersey long sleeved tops; blurred northern lights inspired tones; simple urban t-shirt designs; layered 2 in 1 cardi shirts; traditional knitwear with an industrial twist; clean cut tailoring. key words: Scandinavian cool; voluminous jersey pants; tapered leg designs; smart geek chic styling; sandblasted, [...]
White Light: A mix of fragility and rigidity, perfection and imperfection, lightness and heaviness, this story has been inspired by clays and ceramics in association with gold and copper gold. For flat bed knits contrasting thick and transparent aspects for a balanced pale program; technical and imperfect yarns, matt and textured; opaque or translucent surfaces; [...]
Neon White: A colour story of vibrant hues for high tech materials where super-flat and glossy patches of colours are used to achieve a total look. Patterns and stripes are mathematical, symmetrical, linear or based on simple geometry and polka dots. Basic shapes are heightened with complex structured fabrics. Monochrome coloured yarns blend matt and [...]
Porcelain White: A story inspired by the world of flowers with colours turning away from pure graphic and where white is predominant. Blues and reds pop up the story, associated with worn-down neutral colours to create patterns inspired by wall papers, cups and plates, Swedish furniture and upholstery fabrics. Fine yarns are ultra glossy or [...]
Tuesday March 01. 2011. 12:00 PM Fatima Lopes 01:00 PM Harryhalim 02:00 PM Moon Young Hee 03:00 PM Aganovich 04:00 PM Anthony Vaccarello 05:00 PM Corrado de Biase 06:00 PM Hakaan 07:00 PM Nicolas Andreas Taralis 08:00 PM Thimister Wednesday March 02. 2011. 10:00 AM Dévastée 10:30 AM Atsuro Tayama 11:00 AM Damir Doma 12:00 PM Guy [...]
Wednesday, February 9, 2011 Designer/Event Location Time Organic by John Patrick Skylight West, 500 W. 36th St. 10:00 a.m. Gilded Age Michelson Studio, 163 Bank St. 1:00 p.m. JSong 499 7th Avenue, 2nd Fl South 1:00 p.m. Jean-Michel Cazabat TBD 4:00 p.m. Lorena Srbu 530 7th Ave., Ste 608 4:00 p.m. Gary Graham 176 Franklin St. 5:00 p.m. M. Patmos 425 [...]
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January 15-18, Milan, Italy Milan Fashion Week Men’s Fashion Fall/Winter 2011/2012 Collections www.cameramoda.it January 19-22, Berlin, Germany Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2011/2012 Collections mercedes-benzfashionweek.com January 19-23, Paris, France Paris Fashion Week (Mode à Paris) Men’s Fashion Fall/Winter 2011/2012 Collections www.modeaparis.com January 24-27, Paris, France Paris Fashion Week (Mode à Paris) Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2011 Collections [...]
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The new 2011 Mercedes-Benz S350 BlueTEC sedan joins this year’s S400 Hybrid, which adds a mild hybrid system with a 15-kilowatt electric motor to a 275-horsepower 3.0-liter V-6 gasoline engine (the only V-6 offered in an S-Class this year). The new S350 BlueTEC model is the only diesel S-Class that will be offered in the [...]
Photographed by Mikael Jonasson, Daria Werbowy stars in Vogue Paris’ Le Calendier 2011 wearing nothing except for Louis Vuitton L’aime du Voyage Haute Joaillerie and some bits of lingerie here and there. Check them out the sensual calendar in the gallery below. Images via The Fashion Spot
Crayola has released a machine called the Crayon Maker, which melts down the nubs of old crayons to combine and re-mold them into new ones. It’s easy! Just mix in crayon bits, melt them down, pour into the mold and let harden. Now you’re ready to color again with swirling crayon creations!
You wouldn’t know it was a J.Crew store unless you looked for the label inside the clothes, and that’s the point. In an age when almost everything comes stamped with a corporate mark, the brand’s first menswear store in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood feels like a step back in time to the dry-goods stores of yore. [...]
L.A. is steppin’ up their game with their first freestanding Y-3 store. Located on Melrose, Y-3 continue to show off their uber successful line of Adidas sportswear combined with Yohji Yamamoto’s distinct Parisian manner. Combining their sport-aesthetic base and translating it into future simplicity, it’s like a modernized version of the film Metropolis, with sound [...]
Today’s demanding consumers expect even their beloved, favorite brands to step up their game. Many run-away online successes of offline brand “stunts” attest that consumers expect, and get really excited about, experiences that are unusual, fun, thought-provoking and emotionally engaging. With the power and immediacy of social media, surprising offline events and stunts have now [...]
We may never know why Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa is smiling, but in Jason Alper’s version it’s pretty clear: She’s wearing a dress covered with the Louis Vuitton logo print. And he hasn’t stopped there, Alper gives Thomas Gainsborough’s “The Blue Boy” a similar wardrobe makeover and splashed the distinctive LV logo all over [...]
Nicholas Kirkwood was in Hong Kong this week to launch his new space in On Pedder at Joyce, the city’s go-to accessories mecca. But the real excitement wasn’t about real estate—it was the sneak peek he gave of his latest collaboration, with the estate of eighties Pop artist Keith Haring. “I watched this documentary called [...]
Within the next upcoming weeks emerging designers and innovative architects will have the opportunity to create and open temporary concept shops in New York. Designers Richard Chai, Waris Ahluwalia, Heather Huey, Siki Im and Simon Spurr will partner with architects via an online design competition on Achitizer.com. This collaboration is part of the Building Fashion [...]