Friday, February 25, 2011

at the shops.

This week I have been lucky enough to escape the office for a couple of afternoons and may I just say, there are some very cute windows around (mainly by Aussie designers!).  Here is some general  prettiness that I spied this week...
In other news...  I'm getting more and more excited about Zara finally
hitting Melbourne (good riddance Supré)!

C x

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

pierre dal corso.

"Pierre Dal Corso is a very talented fashion photographer working out of Paris, France. His black and white shots for 160g Magazine are fresh, fancy and full of movement. Amazing styling from Laure Tardy-Joye and excellent modeling work from Maja Mayskar, Elana Mityukova and Crystelle Vu make the pictures so interesting and magnetic."
-Via Trendland

C x

Monday, February 21, 2011

jaakko mattila.

Just came across some amazing works that I just cannot stop looking at from Finnish artist Jaakko Mattila.  I am such a fan of simplicity and the way simple elements can create mind-blowing artwork like these.  Makes me want to get out some paints and attack a canvas for the first time in years!

C x

Sunday, February 20, 2011


How cool is this office space?  Property developer Land Securities have used huge stationary items to mark out their huge office where partitions were to be built, prior to construction.

C x
Image Credits: Radford Wallis, via Trendland

Thursday, February 17, 2011

mulberry invite.

Hallelujah it's Friday!!

I cannot wait for the weekend to begin, it could not have come soon enough!  This weekend, myself and 6 girlfriends will be heading down the coast to Torquay for a girls' weekend away.  I am predicting BIG breakies (umm extra serve of bacon and a hash brown on the side please) in cute cafés, lots of wine, music, mags and chill-out time.  Ahh.. perfect.

Speaking of perfection...  Check out these beautiful invites.  I have come across alot of invitation design in my time.  The following Mulberry invites for London Fashion Week do not exactly embrace a concept that is particularly ground-breaking (the origami invites have definitely been done before)...  But, the invites have such a hand-crafted feel - right down to the hand-drawn leaf.  The paper was created by blending the ‘ingredients’ in a huge vat, rolling it out and drying it into thick, flat sheets of beautiful paper.   The print was screen-printed by hand, gold foiling was added and then folded into the origami shape before being placed into bespoke boxes.  The final result - GORGEOUS.

Have a great weekend everyone!

C x
Image Credits: Mulberry Blog
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