Another interior trend straight from the catwalk: the back to basic black and white look.
Marc Jacobs, Jil Sander, Louis Vuitton and Céline are all diving all into the black and white trend.
It’s hard to tell which one was actually first, the fashion designers or the interior designers?
Somehow I find myself in a hate – love relationship with vintage. I can’t really say that I hate it because vintage is all over my own place. But I like to keep a good balance between new and vintage. Mostly because ‘real’ vintage has become so expensive these days now everyone is trying to fill their homes with as many vintage objects as they can possibly find. I wonder why many desperately hold on to their vintage-addiction.
Ever since the Kenzo Tiger sweater started showing up in the fashion scene, the Tiger poster started popping up in the wonderful world of interior design trends. Coincidence? I don’t think so!
Cross Blanket on Baroness O.
Wishing you all a warm and Merry Christmas! I hope Rudolph found your tree too this year!
My boyfriend decided to join his family in the US so Felix and I stayed behind to celebrate the Holidays with my family. Not knowing what Santa had in mind for me this year, I was anxious to open my present… Little did I know that good old Santa knew what was on the top of my list: the cross blanket from Pia Wallen!
Last week I lived the London life, I took a class in Shoe Design to explore my love for shoes even more and fell head over heels in love with the city. It was very interesting being part of the city and exploring its hidden secrets. But I wouldn’t be a good blogger if I kept these nice places all to myself.
Since FOOD is on my mind, this brings me back to this very trendy café I visited on my last trip to Toronto: Café Plenty. A must-go if you ever make it out there! Melissa, the owner, made us our coffee while we stared at the wonderful interior and knibbled on our delicious ‘tarts’.
I’ve been drooling over this Stendig Calender for a while now, maybe the start of a new year is an excellent excuse to actually get one!
I’m in love with its graphic design, no wonder it’s the only calendar in the collection of the NY Museum of Modern Art.
It simplicity is just stunning, good job mr. Vignelli!