Fashion models are often accused of being too thin, but the new window displays at Christian Louboutin’s boutiques are taking things to extremes.
Retail design team StudioXAG have been at it again with another eye-catching idea for the windows at the fashion designer’s European stores. They went along to a London hospital (possibly feigning broken bones, we’re not sure) with a sackful of Louboutin shoes and bags, some jewellery by Michael Van Der Ham and Holly Fulton, and a couple of skeletons – that’s not an unkind euphemism for models, we mean actual skeletons – and made use of an X-ray machine, capturing the insides, inbetweens and the underneaths of the accessories.
‘An Ode to Creative Work’, by Behance, a video motivating and praising the creative minds for there work.
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Kyle Bean is a designer specialising in hand crafted models, set design and art direction. Since graduating in 2009, Kyle has worked for a variety of international clients for a diverse range of projects including installations, window displays, editorial illustration and advertising. Kyle’s work has been recognised by the prestigious Art Directors Club in New York and the International Design Biennial held throughout Europe. To know more about the AUTHOR click here. Continue reading for seeing the full collection of this post.
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Louis Vuitton celebrates 20th anniversary of arriving on the Chinese mainland
at the National Museum of China and it rocks!!!!!!
There are million of reasons to visit China but if I would go now I would definitely visit this amazing exhibition! Louis Vuitton, the famous French Luxury giant is unveiling a special summer exhibit titled “Voyages”, which features the brand’s historical luggage and handbags, at the National Museum of China on May 31, 2011 in Beijing. The exhibition will run until August 30, marking the brand’s 20th anniversary of arriving on the Chinese mainland. Trademark Louis Vuitton suitcases and handbags are on show in four exhibition halls. “ The exhibition represented the perfect partnership between the national museum’s fresh new identity and “LV’s history and creativity,” believed museum vice director Chen Lüsheng… more here
If you are a geek (like me) then you will love these shirts so hard! These shirts would make a freaking epic gift for any geek. Whether you are actually looking for funny geek shirts to buy, or for some ideas for your next design, or maybe even make your own shirt. Whatever the case, this inspiration will surely give you an idea for something! Enjoy!
La primera edición del World Luxury Fashion Week se llevará a cabo este mes de noviembre en la capital de los Emiratos Arabes Unidos, Abu Dahbi. Allí se reunirán las mejores casas de modas y diseñadores. La inauguración del evento es el domingo 25 de noviembre y será solo con invitación. El acontecimiento tendrá lugar en el edificio Jumeirah de Etihad Towers hasta el miércoles 28 del mismo mes.
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THE NEW KSENIA SCHNAIDER SPRING/SUMMER 2013 COLLECTION ‘CAMOUFLAGE’
For Spring/Summer 2013 Ksenia Schnaider, a European luxury unisex brand that was founded in 2011 by Ukrainian fashion designer Ksenia Marchenko and Russian graphic designer Anton Schnaider, has presented ‘Camouflage’ to the world; a collection that is bombarded with an array of handmade garments for both men and women. Simple but traditional dresses, shirts, trousers, coats, jackets, tops and suits have been adorned with a unique camouflage pattern that has been created to not only hide an individual but also to have the ability to attract the attention of the masses.
Creating durable but stylish items for the contemporary man and woman is what Ksenia Schnaider does best, and has been a continuous aspect throughout all of their collections since the duos debut collection, ‘Hermit’, back in 2011. Rather than being inspired by particular topics, Ksenia Schnaider takes a unique approach to design and is inspired by the clothing itself, its utility, history and codes.
The ability to create clothes that are not only aesthetically pleasing but also practical is a key aspect of the duos design process and is why so many have fallen for the works of Ksenia Schnaider.
A masked philosophy is what makes the Ksenia Schnaider brand so interesting and a Spring/Summer 2013 collection dominated by unique prints and careful shapes with a hint of fun is almost certainly going to ensure the duo yet another successful season.