Monthly Archive: February, 2012

The art of losing

One art by Elizabeth Bishop The art of losing isn’t hard to master; so many things seem filled with the intent to be lost that their loss is no disaster. Lose something every… Continue reading

J’adore Dior

Loving this “making of a gown” video by Dior couture.

The art of hand-made pixels

MANvsMACHINE, a design and motion studio, has re-branded British channel More4, a subdivision of UK network channel 4. The studio created an advertising campaign featuring hand-made pixels in different environments and situations.

The absence of color

I have to say that my favorite best dressed ladies from the Oscars were all dressed in white. This Tom Ford couture cape dress the Gwyneth wore was my favorite.

This is my time to be a hand model

This is a really chic cool fashion video (to introduce the new nail polish colors) from the good people of chanel. THE SHADE PARADE   Actually I did do a couple of hand modeling gigs, and… Continue reading

Honest by

Sometimes you can see how simplicity works best. this minimalistic beautiful campaign by “Honest by” is a good example.

Color me preaty

I loved UK designers Basso ans Brook ever since I saw their spring 2006 ready-to-wear collection, it was all about music, and of course prints, I was amazed, and wanted every item in that collection for… Continue reading

When art met fashion everybody had a wonderful time

I love those editorials when they manage to combine art installations with beautiful fashion, it shows how fashion is a form of art, and in a way it creates new art. Now, when… Continue reading

In a far away land in Mark Jacobs head

Probably one of the best fashion shows I’ve ever had the pleasure of seeing. Loved the carousel, loved the colors, loved the setting, love Marc Jacobs and Louis Vuitton. and here is a… Continue reading

Things that made me smile today

Found some great things today. had a great day in the sun, manged to eat 2 whole croissant , a small hummus dish, an entire can of pickles and gummy bears. my most admirable… Continue reading