Kenzo Fall 2010: the shoes, the blanket, the scarves, the burnt orange, the hats, the dresses, the pants, the floral prints, the Red Rocks…I love it all.
Minnetonka moccasins are staples in our closets and I wear mine almost everyday. Though, I think an upgrade is in order after discovering these moccasins by Barcelona based Dolfie. The details and colors blow me away! Unfortunately, they haven’t made it to the States yet but Blas, you know my size: purple, por favor!
If you were intrigued by the colorful doodle on Google today and wondering “wtf?”, it’s in honor of architect & designer Josef Frank’s 125 birthday! We’re so glad Google decided to pay tribute to this influential artist whose once said “A monochrome surface is tiring; the more ornamentation, the more calming is the effect” and whose patterns were inspired by his love of nature and sense of movement. Trippy and beautiful.
(images from here)
Color it up and dress it down with these impressive fair trade shoulder bags made in Guatemala. Both bags are made of recycled material from traditional skirts and huipiles. Amazing, right? I’m trying to decide on which one, though I might just need to get both.
The Let’s Colour Project is a worldwide movement, with the help of different paint companies, to transform grey spaces with colorful paint and spread color all over the world. Working together with local communities, Let’s Colour Project has hit up the streets of Rio de Janeiro, Paris, Istanbul, Rajasthan and London. Makes you want to join in, no? Thanks, Barret!