I’m simply charmed by British artist Naomi Wilkinson‘s work, especially her series of Latin folk-art inspired illustrations. The bold shapes, soft colors and strong compositions make her characters, and the scenes in which they are living in, delightfully compelling. ¡Si, por favor!
For months, I’ve been anxious to try my hand at denim embroidery but could never figure out how without freehanding under a sewing machine, unsuccessfully tracing or using my horrible penmanship as an adequate enough pattern. I was stumped. Determined to find a way to transfer a pattern or letters onto denim, I went to my local fabric store to investigate. Turns out, there’s a product that will forever change your embroidery experience and that inspired me to embroider all denim in sight. Read on, friends . . .
Inspired by the colors of bright Mexican doorways and Henri Matisse, British milliner Laura Apsit Livens has designed a most playful and colorful collection of cloches, berets, trilbys and boaters for fall – and quite honestly, it’s her best collection yet. The London College of Fashion alumna has adorned her hats, constructed of 100% rabbit fur felt, with colorful and playful patterns, inspired by Matisse’s iconic paper cutouts. Love, want, need . . .