Commissioned by such clients as The Financial Times, The New Yorker, Playboy, Rolling Stone, Wall Street Journal and Bacardi, German artist Olaf Hajek has made his mark with his explosive, colorful, and surreal illustrations. I adore his work and was excited to learn that a limited edition of his prints are now available for purchase at Lumas. Be sure to check out the rest of Olaf’s work, including his lovely jewelry illustrations, here.
When Lisa and Jessica of Leyendecker confessed to us their love of DIYs, we immediately jumped at the opportunity to collaborate with the designing duo. Not only are we in love with their line, we are huge fans of the charming and talented ladies themselves. You can imagine how much fun we had spending the entire day crafting in their LA studio! Drawing inspiration from Leyendecker’s signature trims and unique handmade details, we’ll show you how you can easily make your very own lacy fringed dress.
- a long plain tee or dress
- a half skein of yarn
- a lace applique or lace doily cut into the shape of the collar of the tee
- a pair of scissors
- a legal sized file folder
(image from here)
Ari Seth Cohen’s street style blog, Advanced Style, showcases the most fashionable older ladies and gentlemen of New York and beyond. It’s our newest blog obsession and absolute proof that fashion knows no age. Watch as the stars of this short film share their outlook on style and we guarantee, you’ll be hooked too.