More often than normal, we’ve been seeing portraits of animals – from cats to dogs to zoo animals – dressed so adorably in human clothing. Madrid based photographer Miguel Vallinas has taken a more realistic, and ironically serious, approach to this movement. Each of the animals are dressed exactly how you’d image them if they were human! My favorite has to be the swan in a red sweater and pink skirt – so fittingly feminine!
How killer are these playing card clutches, made by Urania Giourmetaki for her label Urania Gazelli? Working out of her family’s plexiglass factory in Greece, it takes up to 12 hours for Urania to hand craft each clutch and even longer for custom pieces. We can’t wait to what other tricks the Greek designer has up her sleeve!
We were disappointed when Ralph Lauren’s Rugby retired last year – I mean, where else were we to find preppy and layer friendly fall staples? Enter Jack Wills, a moderately priced British clothing brand aimed at university students and which made it’s US debut just a few years ago in a handful of East Coast collegiate towns. Those years may be far behind us but that sure won’t stop us from indulging in a few crewneck sweaters and a couple of tailored tweed blazers.
Influenced by Japanese manga comics and Art Nouveau, Los Angeles based artist Audrey Kawasaki is known for her precise technical style. Her mysterious ladies, each painted onto wood panels with oil paint and graphite, captivate with their seductive eyes, flowing hair, and ghost like features.
Star light, star bright . . . I wish I may, I wish I might. The moment I spotted Giuseppe Zanotti‘s suede caged sandals with gold stars, I had to have them. Then I saw the price tag and well, perhaps DIYing them was a more reasonable option. The biggest hurdle was tracking down large enough stars – which actually proved pretty difficult to find. So now that I’ve done all the hard work for you, I hope you give this one a try!