The WHITE album

Beautiful pictures and silhouettes from British Vogue (April 12′). Photography: Josh Olins Advertisements

The white book by Alber Elbaz

I just loved the whole design of this book. To celebrate his 10 years as head designer of Lanvin, Alber Elbaz has released  just a few days ago, his first book (in a limited… Continue reading

House of McQueen lives on

I found these images to be haunting. At first i didn’t even notice the gun. when you notice it, it immediately makes you feel the presence of death and symbolizes Alexander McQueen’s demise. There is… Continue reading

Howl at the moon

I love Viktor & Rolf’s sense of drama. They are performance directors to me as much as they are fashion designers. I admit that i have seen previous collections  that i loved more than this one, but still, I can’t… Continue reading

A pop-up store in a house!

In December 2011 The Design Files filled a beautiful home in Fitzroy, Melbourne with the work of 72 local artists and designers and invited the public to come and visit….. check out the… Continue reading

I survived the Marni at H&M shopping horor

Woke up at 8:00 this morning and arrived to H&M by 9:30. Thankfully managed to find a friend who was there since 8:45, so joined her (thank god for that because i probably would have waited… Continue reading

I once ate Pantone inspired fruit tarts

French food designer, emilie de griottes made these beautiful Pantone tarts for fricote, a French food magazine. truly, a french feast that stimulates your senses. BTW, I love de griottes’ site, you can actually look for recipes of hers by color!

Welcome to bloom town

Continuing with the flower theme of the day, I loved these pictures from W magazine‘s February issue.     Photographer – Sharif Hamza styled by Giovanna Battaglia makeup by Yadim and hair by Shay Ashual.

This is where the flowers have gone

lets face it, you can run, but you can’t hide. it’s official, Lana Del Ray is everywhere. we all  knew that Pop needed a bit of indie infused into it to feel cool again,… Continue reading

Been there, seen that

browsing interview magazine’s site, I noticed something familiar. Apparently, Interview mag and Purple mag were inspired by the same  Carsten Höller installations.  Interview’s vision is more dark, so it gives the installations a more si-fi feel. This… Continue reading