Feast your eyes on this Classic Saint Laurent limited edition leather motorcycle jacket with hand-painted sleeves by Sumi Ink Club. I like all the hardware details. Though I feel it’s slightly over built, I’m sure that was intended. I don’t luv it but it is a unique motorcycle jacket, definitely. If you are a lover of limited […]
These images are the work of Art director and designer Rikako Nagashima. In this work, Rikako explores cotton, a material that is maybe one of the most manipulated and multifaceted material known in the fashion industry. The idea of creating a cotton dress in its purest most natural form is somewhat genius and effortless. Anyone who has […]
A few Quick shots from the New York Art Book Fair, hosted at their usual spot MoMA PS1. Photography by James Buford for Infashuated.
Designers : Brian Foster and Ernie Sesskin | Check out this video. Brian Foster showcases his inspiration, while giving a tour of a salvage yard he frequents. Some of the things Brian stumbles upon are just quite fascinating.
Designer : Neil Conley | The Fossil; A dimmable interior table/pendant lamp. Commissioned for Design Event @ Baltic Centre for Contemp0rary Art in 2011. Designer : Professor Trevor Duncan | A series of pencils is inspired by the many secondary uses that people give to pencils. Includes – handsaw, magnifying glass, pick, and paintbrush. Designer : […]
Where should I start? Today’s my first walk through at the ICFF and aside from the amazing work I would say there is also a array of color, texture, and material exploration. The ICFF brings in more then 500 vendor as well as buyers and retailer looking for the latest and greatest. The ICFF showcases […]
This past weekend, I took a field trip…well maybe not a field trip but a splendid adventure into New York City, the fashion capital, yatta-yatta-yah. I was invited to the Ogilvy & Mather Youth x Fashion Event, which was fantastic. Ogilvy held a symposium regarding the changes in fashion media and how this is affecting […]
New Future Graphic, a design/graphic-focused agency based out of the United Kingdom, recently teamed up with one of the biggest and leading brands in the denim industry, Levi’s, to create a really great book. The two brands have worked through Levi‘s archives and their current collections to create a limited lookbook for Levi’s lovers and denim […]
I was recently introduced to the photography of Hamburg, German native, Tomaas. Tomaas is now living and working in New York City where he works with top modeling agencies, photographing editorial and commercial work. Tomaas is represented by Robert Bacall Representatives, which represents a bunch of amazing photographers. Visually, Tomaas’ work is really simple and […]
Tom Sachs is a sculptor known for his paper works out of everyday icons and symbols and products we live with. I enjoy the simplicity of his work as well as the familiarity of all the item he chooses to work with. Some time art should be just that, understandable and mundane. Image via Tom […]
In Helmut Lang’s second solo exhibition, which appears to comment on the iconic designer-turned-artist’s career transition in 2005, Make It Hard showcases 20 years of the label’s garments repurposed into beautiful sculptural artworks. Over 6,000 garments make up the 16 ceiling high columns, that amalgamate natural and synthetic fibers with plastics, metals, leathers, fur, feathers […]
Swedish couple Ingela Klemetz-Farago and peter farrago started a personal travel project over a year back, with hopes of capturing the beauty and elegance of fashion label, Chanel. After receiving major support from Chanel, Ingela and Peter were ardent about the project. These images feature some Chanels most popular Nordic models that have graced magazine covers, […]