Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Who are you? Where did you come from?

I downloaded this image whilst in a state of extreme sleep deprivation and now can't remember where I got it from. It would look pretty good on a t-shirt, I reckon.

Edit 01/09/2011: Well here's the source

Monday, August 24, 2009

Plasticism fantasticism.

Piet Mondrian. Utter bliss.
The extremely talented Sophie Hopmeier pimped the laptop (and I'm told the lego keys do in fact work.)

Friday, August 21, 2009

Moccasin, moccasout.

I've never been one for the moccasin trend but these Charles Jourdans from Etsy make me want to twist and shout.

And it's rare thing to find something Native American-inspired that doesn't look like it came from a souvenir shop.

Friday, August 14, 2009

cha ching

If I had the money to buy fashion magazines, I would probably know where to get a Breton-striped top like this one worn by Audrey Tatou in Coco avant Chanel.

But if I had the money to by fashion magazines, I would want to be spending it on nice things, like Breton-striped tops, not fashion magazines. Lucky I don't have any money, I guess.

More like Project FUNway.

Watching what was the first really good episode of the second season of Australian Project Runway, I was impressed with what several of the designers presented the Spring Carnival.
Here are Mark and William's creations, respectively:

These photos aren't particularly good (boo on you, Foxtel) and I recommend you try and find the episode online.
What with all the buzz about racewear, I got a bit nostalgic for the outfit I made for the Wool Awards a few years back:

Don't ask me why the model is dancing.
I was a bit obsessed with the Windsor Set and the 1930s in general at the time and (quite rightly) didn't win. Though I'll be a bit of a sook and say I didn't like the winning outfit, I adored the runner up:

Saturday, August 1, 2009

Who's the fairest of them all?

Everyone's favourite vegan, Stella McCartney, has dabbled with Disney in her latest campaign.

Personally I find the ads to be conceptually a bit screwy louie and ugly to boot.
And anywayz, Louis Vuitton did a better job of fairytale-whimsy a few years back: