If you look closely, you’ll notice that these 3 dimensional sculptures are made from hundreds of thousands of Crayola crayons! Artist Herb Williams, who is one of the few individuals who has an account with Crayola (WTF!), wanted to raise awareness through sculpture for the wildfires that have recently ravaged the state of Texas. Unwanted Visitor: Portrait Of Wildfire consists of 5 five swirling flames, which over time would melt and change shape due to weather conditions. The project is display till the end of the year in Lubbock, Texas at the National Ranching Heritage Center.
I’m loving Zimmermann‘s dark and sultry interpretation of 1920s nostalgia by way of their fall lookbook. The mood is flawlessly set with woven brocade pants, asian-inspired botanical silk printed skirts, lace dresses, and velvet blazers. I’m especially eager to try the strapless dress over blouse combo!
Do you remember how Diana, of Miss Moss, brilliantly re-imagined Kenzo‘s spring collection a couple of months ago? She’s outdone herself with another series – this time positioning looks from Thakoon‘s pre-fall collection against a selection of watercolors and oil paintings. The neutral landscapes compliment Thakoon’s pastel color palette, feminine silhouettes, and woolly textures perfectly!