YES! Isabel Marant will be designing for H&M. Her signature look, a mix of urban appeal, bohemian themes, and rock ‘n’ roll mentality will serve as the core elements of this exclusive H&M lineup. “I aim at creating something real, something women want to wear in their everyday lives, with a certain carefree style. I ..read more..
This November 2013, our favorite American high-end high-street brand J Crew will
Keeping ourselves from harm in today’s chemically-overloaded world is one of the greater challenges we face. The more I read the news, the more I want to keep myself and others educated on these issues. For example, how do the decisions of our government effect the environment, thus, our health? For this reason, everyone should ..read more..
Finding apartment furniture can be a challenge and in a world where “one-of-a-kind” products are becoming scarce, the Williamsburg based furniture design company “Recycled Brooklyn” draws attention to the value and uniqueness of recycling, reusing and bringing back the handmade object. Recycled Brooklyn likes to “make stuff out of other stuff,” using reclaimed wood, recycled ..read more..
The kitchen has always been an inspiration for design projects. Historically, the kitchen, as a domestic room, grew from basic need to a variety of design activities related to consumption, “transforming” the area into an integral part of the modern home. The Dutch are definitely known for their experimental and innovative designs. Often starting in school projects ..read more..
The world’s hottest fashion photographer duo, Inez and Vinoodh, had their beautiful 3400 Sqft Lower East Side Loft featured in Architectural Digest. As far as houses go, this apartment is definitely one of my very favorites. It’s an artful, light-filled NYC loft designed with the help of Simrel Achenbach of the Brooklyn design-build firm Descience Laboratories. Also, it’s ..read more..
If you love urban decay, off the beaten track adventures, crumbling and abandoned places, you’ll love these images. Humans are natural explorers and since most of the world has already been put on the map, the trend is to turn our adventures toward the new decay and ruins of the recent past. Urban Decay has ..read more..
The Dutch design studio Tjep is putting on an exhibition of DNA-inspired furniture and jewelry. For this project Tjep is working with Eric Wolthuis from DutchDNA to obtain genetic profiles which they then map using 3D imaging and turn into a furniture design that “literally capture a person’s essence and stand as unique pieces of art.” That’s right, furniture ..read more..