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...
"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."
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!
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.