Alright alright…so there’s all this controversy about Yoko Ono’s new line of menswear for Opening Ceremony. In no way am I an authority of fashion, but I have to say, LOVE the graphic play! I saw it in the window this weekend and wished she made them for women too! You can’t crucify a woman for just wanting to have a little bit of fun. (click here for video)
Louis Vuitton has launched their newest collection with a flair of Japanese funk/genius with artist, Yayoi Kusama. Everything from the facade of the building to clothes and accessories have been covered with Kusama’s iconographic polka dot print design. If this isn’t enough, you can also see an exhibition at the Whitney Museum of Kusama’s Fireflies of the Water until September 30.
I’m currently immersed with a food project and keep finding myself subconsciously connecting the ideas of food and fashion. (For those of you looking for more food inspiration, follow Print Matter’s Food board on Pinterest!) A lot of people have started to make that connection like blogger Cupcakes and Cashmere but today, I ran into the works of Italian photographer, Fulvio Bonavia and his book “A Matter of Taste” and thought, “ahhh…now this is the couture of Food meeting Fashion.”
I was in the Meatpacking District this past weekend to walk into what looked like Michelangel’s David in a Missoni print body suit?!?! Is that possible? I should know by now, that in NYC, anything is possible. Spanish artist, dEmo and Missoni have worked together in suiting up a 15 foot tall statue letting the public know, that even David can make a fashion statement.
Philadelphia based Peg and Awl have been creating these fun and handmade miniature book accessories you can wear as layered necklaces or earrings. It brings the love of books to a entirely different level! Check them out!
Found this amazing leather jewelry designer/artist, Kelly Horrigan Handmade, who is really taking handmade up another notch. Integrating graphic print cutouts with leather, Horrigan’s work is inspiring, edgy and more importantly, there’s a “concept.” Imagine that.
“EMPOWERING FASHION THAT IS ROOTED IN THE PAST, CONCEIVED IN THE PRESENT WITH AN EYE ON THE FUTURE.”