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LA weather has been feeling like warm Spring days or cool Summer days, and all I can think of are pastel colours and light fabrics...
Happy New Year! I've got plenty of awesome posts coming up for this year.
One resolution I made is to not wear boring clothes and so I came across Montreal based label Atelier Wonder, launched in late 2013. Their Spring/Summer 2015 collection entitled Savage Youth inspired by post-soviet youth with an unconventional punk twist.
Ai Wei Wei teamed up with Dover Street Market - Rei Kawakubo's concept store - and V Magazine for the artsy fashion editorial. The models are wearing brands like Hood By Air, Shaun Samson, KTZ, Phoebe English, Jaquemus and many more.
I just came across this designer and just loved every silhouette. It reminded me a little bit of Margiela circa 1990's and of course just simply the nineties.
Seattle / West African based brand Gold Coast Trading Company returns with it's first installment of it's North African Games #BootlegMerch" series collection.
Inspired by the history and people of North Africa the collection takes a nostalgic look at the fictional setting for the 1990 Tunisian North African Games, while exploring an alternative view of the times and storytelling around the region.
Photographer : Sarah De Burgh
Playful, cute, colorful and childish. Peter Jensen's collections always have that playfulness that I love so much. Here's his Spring/Summer 2015 collection that just showed at LFW.
Lykke Li just came out with a collab collection with no other but Swedish branch & Other Stories. Inspired by a nomadic need for a versatile wardrobe to suit her traveling lifestyle.
Wood Wood Autumn/Winter 2014 makes me want to be cold and layer. But when you live in sunny LA you rarely get the chance to wear a coat, let alone layer. This collection is all about layers, sharp cuts, bombers and coats. What more to wish for... maybe some cooler weather.
Photography by Hasse Nielsen
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Mar 28 2015 12:30PM-07:30PM
Dana Haim Pom-Pom Workshop
March 28, 2015
Available Workshop Times:
* 12:30PM - 2:30PM
* 5:30PM - 7:30PM
Class Fee $65
All Materials Included
Click here to Register
1520 N.Cahuenga Blvd
Los Angeles 90028
Learn how to make unique and colorful pom-poms from Brooklyn based textiles artist and designer, Dana Haim.
Her work has been featured in Vogue.com, Sight Unseen, Otherwild, Stone Fox Bride, and more. You will learn various techniques she uses in her work, like setting up templates, marbling, speckling, color-blocking, and shape trimming.
You will explore different methods for stranding and hanging your evenings creations into garlands, mobiles, or wall-hangings. Have fun, get loose, and meet creative new people while making awesome stuff! What more could you want?