Bob Al-Green put together this info-graphic comparing what it costs to be Batman today, and in the 1930′s. The suit was at $10, really?!
“You are what you ride!”
Cyclemon is a made in France graphic design project created by Thomas Pomarelle and Romain Bourdieux for the 100th anniversary of the Tour de France. The principle of the Cyclemon, “You are what you ride”, combines bicycle designs with categories of different kinds of people in a caricatured manner.
Whether you are a hipster, a gangster, a freestyler, or a weirdo, the general theme of the series is that everyone these days is riding a bike. No matter the style that you choose, the result is most likely going to be an earth- friendly, energy-saving fashion statement.
Disney Princesses as magazine cover girls, this concept has been designed by a young artist, Tumblr user, and admitted Disney fan, Mary aka PetiteTiaras.
She gave us a great overview with the best feminine magazines, such as Vogue, InStyle, Vanity Fair, and Elle.
And take note of each cover’s story headlines… She has written creative and witty headlines to go with each princesses’ cover shot! For example on Petite Tiaras fabricated cover for Seventeen, we read advice from Ariel to, “Never Trust a Sea Witch” and on her design for the cover of Elle magazine, Petite Tiaras has a teaser for a confession from Cinderella’s “Prince Charming” admitting “‘That’s Not My Name!’ The Shocking True Story!”
Catching Airwaves Dress, ModCloth, $49,99
.Sweet Sensation Romper, Nastigal, $132
Picnic Me Up dress, ModCloth, $82,99
.Front Porch Darling dress, ModCloth, $49,99
.Beautiful Popeline Dress, Tara Jarmon Paris, €200
.Beautiful Bottoms Flamingo Drop Back Playsuit, Journelle Fine Lingerie, $128
.Cosabella Dream Molded Bra, Journelle Fine Lingerie, $78
.Fleur of England Berry Kiss Suspender Belt, Journelle Fine Lingerie, $117
.Flirting With The Idea dress, ModCloth, $177,99
.You Cone Do It dress, ModCloth, $52,99
.Massimo Dutti Bag, Massimo Dutti, €195
Louis Vuitton presents “Going with the flow“, a short story retracing its heritage as well as its lifestyle. This video is part of the Histoire(s) campaign for 2013.
“Since 1854, Louis Vuitton has explored new frontiers and pushed the limits of innovation. A pioneering spirit defines its history and technological advances in the transportation system fired the imagination of the House. While a transportation revolution was taking place, Louis Vuitton was already anticipating the needs of the next generation of travelers, always creating state-of-the-art luggage pieces such as the 1854 trunk made of waterproof-treated canvas or todays four-wheel trolley.”
To celebrate 100 years of Chanel‘s first boutique in Deauville, Karl Lagerfeld wrote and directed a short film Once Upon a Time… that will be unveiled in Singapore on Wednesday, 8 May. The movie tells the beginnings and the successes of Gabrielle Chanel played by Keira Knightley, a longtime spokesperson for the brand.
The film sees Chanel and a cast of well-heeled characters, from aristocrat Lady de Grey (Stella Tennant), to the writer Vita Sackville-West (Saskia de Brauw), in 1913 Deauville at the first Chanel boutique, which was re-created for the film.
Here comes the sun!
Spring is here and Oysho‘s collection is really nice for the Spring/Summer 2013! Let’s have a look on some key pieces.
Floral lace nightdress £25.99
Tulle and lace nightdress £25.99
Satin and lace bodysuit £25.99
Tulle print shorts £22.99
Gauze boxer shorts£15.99
Sequin text top £15.99
Lace triangle bra £19.99
Combined Roman sandals £19.99
Crossover strap wedges £27.99
Hide espadrilles £25.99
Jeanne Lanvin, who founded the fashion house in 1909, decided to create a collection for her daughter Marguerite. And Lanvin Childrenswear was born. Sewn by hand, the delicate pieces encapsulate the essence of innocence, wonder and enchantment, quickly becoming a hit amongst Lanvin customers who request the childrenswear for their own daughters, and thus leading to opening of the first “childrenswear” department in 1908.
Jeanne created those beautiful childrenswear collections for a young demographic until 1935.