Full body swimsuits are clearing the way for #SS15, and taking us back to those #Baywatch days is @solidandstriped at #cabanashow during #miamiswim
Playful Chinese propaganda painting by Wang Guangyi titled ‘Little Criticism: Fruits’ (1992) currently showcasing at the Myth/History Yuz Collection of Contemporary Art in Shanghai, China.
A colourful close up shot from the Jeff Koons retrospective at the Whitney museum in New York
Adding some sparkle from the @BritishVogue archives this Monday with @missjourdandunn, October 2012.
A new exhibition at The Photographers’ Gallery in London looks at colour photography in Russia. It presents both the history of Russian photography and the history of Russia in photography…fascinating and beautiful at the same time!
Credit: Rain by Dmitry Baltermants,1960s
Beautiful and cosy textures with playful bow details in striking scarlet from the Viktor & Rolf A/W 14/15 couture show
Federica Tedeschi finds beauty in the mundane and combines embroidery, weave and print to translate common everyday materials into the luxurious. Her experimentation has led to her being shortlisted for the Texprint Body Award, as well as winning an award from one of the sponsors Lululemon Athletica.
Great use of colour isn’t always about being bright and bold. We love the intricate and subtle use of natural colour and texture by woven textile designer Beth Humes. The Texprint judges agreed and made her one of the three designers shortlisted for the colour award!
More from Texprint…shortlisted for the Colour award, Jessica Hymas is inspired by the natural fluorescent colours and transparent textures of fish, creating a beautiful collection of knits based on her research.
Our #colouroftheweek is Peach Sorbet. Loving the trend forward men we saw at Pitti Uomo this season. Several were already sporting orange, indicating it has the potential of being adopted more commercially in S/S 15 and beyond.
Credit: Szymon Brzóska for WGSN street shot, Pitti Uomo, June 2014
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