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One of our favorite top models and best dressed punk style, celebrity at the Met Ball this year, Anja Rubik, has just started designing amazing shoes for Giuseppe Zanotti. Awesome very sexy chic shoes….
Vibrant colors cover this limited edition X sneaker celebrating LeBron James’ fourth MVP award. [More Photos at HiConsumption.com]
New York is one of the biggest and well known citys in the world. This artistic and cultural must see city is also the place where you will find some of the best brands and stores of all world. Since New York retail is always changing, here is the list of the best stores to shop in 2013 spring.
In September 2012, New York–based Spanish designer Sabela Tobar graduated from the ArtEZ Institute of the Arts in the Netherlands. She’s since been hard at work on her debut collection, “Waltzing Lights,” which was inspired by the lifecycle of jellyfish.
“We live in a constant cycle where everything appears to be different all the time, but as time goes by we find ourselves back at the same point again. My collection centres on the lifecycle of jellyfish, which is one of the most complex organisms found in the natural world. This challenged me to study jellyfish and learn more about how they relate to human beings. Apart from the beauty of these animals, there is a lot of darkness hidden within them. But what interests me the most is the metamorphosis that takes place during their life.
My intention was to create an evolving collection using jellyfish as a metaphor and develop the feel they trigger by relying on strong shapes and different colours, textures and materials. Jellyfish are soft, gelatinous, transparent with colours inside and around, and they have tentacles.
In the context of this project, the studies by Lefebvre about pattern repetition proved quite useful as well. Specifically, they helped me to classify and gain a better understanding of the mundane events of everyday life.”