Tuesday, 19 July 2011


A pure color explosion for Dazed & Confused that elevates the season’s brightest wares to new heights. Perfect tribute to this issue’s guest editor, the always inventive Bjork!
Photographed by Ruth Hogben
Styled by Katie Shillingford 

Friday, 15 July 2011

Inspiration Part 4

crystals, desert storms, pastel flora, latex, candy-floss heads, neon/ chromatic shoes, shapely icy-poles, Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katranzou
lampshade skirts and trompe l’oeil prints, structured shoulders, house prints, vibrant colours, Baroque and opulent....


Thursday, 14 July 2011

Calling All Tribes...

Tribe inspired fashion and imagery.... bright bold prints/ elaborate decorations/ geometric patterns.. loud, primal + ferocious...
Painted Sticks by artist Ginette Lapalme 
Editorial for Numero 124
Gui Paganini Borderless Editorial
 James Buck
Tour De Force for Supermarket Sarah in collaboration with Patternity.
Outback- Newyork 1985
Romance was Born
Dandy Wind
Skri Lankin Masks

A Huipil is a woven blouse worn by indigenous Mayan women in regions of Guatemala and Mexico. They are generally made from one, two, or three panels of either a hand woven or machine woven textile. Different regional areas are differentiated by unique colors, patterns, and designs. My favorite are the huipiles from Chichicastenango Guatemala.
Guatemalan huipil worn by Mayan women    
 Paintings by Kuna Indians of Panama