Friday, May 30, 2014

"Anatomy 101"

 Kimono meets Anatomy

Sit back and relax as we watch our bodies unfold.

Using the less obvious (printed) approach, Christopher Kane chose bold stripes to highlight the wearers frame.

You can also use the less obvious approach in Interior Design.  Do you see what we see?

The specific placement of original one-of-a-kind pieces can be another fun & playful take on this undeniable trend.  (This bedroom takes 'Where's Waldo' to another level. :-)

Vilsbol de Arce fashion is art revolving around the human form with anatomy as its main focus in their past A/W 2010 collection.

Interior space usage of posts and beams can also be a spine resemblance.

An empty place to sit for more than one spine.

No way we can forget the Givenchy Fall 2010 collection which made numerous headlines.

I wonder if this duvet comes in silk satin?

While in design, this is your chance to speak, so let it all out and do not fear the judgement of others.

Monday, May 19, 2014

It's the Butterfly Effect!

History repeats itself as we found this model draped in a butterfly printed dress on the cover of Couture magazine in 1968.

In interiors we found this light piece with butterflies strategically placed over a light bulb, and in fashion a model presented this butterfly head piece by Jean Paul Gautier during his Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2014 collection.

This modern house with fluttering butterfly charm was built in Sydney, Australia with eco friendly and natural materials and technology. How cool!

Alexis Mabille designed her collection for Spring / Summer  2014 with a very stunning and heavenly approach using white butterflies sprinkling through the air during her presentation.

This beach house did butterflies justice making a delicate but powerful statement using bright blue butterflies sprinkled across the wall.

Carlos Miele chose ultra feminine butterfly prints for his collection back in Spring 2011.

This Antique Door Hinge resembles that of a butterfly.

Lady Gaga went all out as she usually does in this butterfly mask and dress. 

Butterfly wall feature

Lia Bang Song who is known for producing her one of a kind pieces for celebrities like Lady Gaga, Beyonce and top Korean actresses and singers, designed this beautiful butterfly printed gown with 3D wire-work bodic and accompanied with Butterfly glasses. 

Image: Fide Multimedia

Add some artwork to your wall or buy a butterfly tea set for an easy way to make use of this butterfly trend.

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Magical Horns

Horns are making a majestic statement worn as a hat on this fashion girl.

Horns as wall pieces certainly add mucho personality to your decor.

Horns also make for a beautiful table piece.

Somewhere between a wedge and a stiletto, Casadei designed this very beautiful and artsy horn heeled beauty.

Alexander McQueen Horn-Heeled Snakeskin Pump is oh so sexy!

 Horns decorate this piano room: from the antler chandelier hanging from the ceiling, to the candle-holders dressing the table.

This mosaic wall mount brings a modern and fun energy to the bull with horns.

Gucci did this trend just right with this absolutely stunning bracelet.

Michael Kors also joined in on the fun with this knock-out ring. 

Miley Cyrus rocked this delicate horn necklace hand-crafted by Jacquie Aiche.

Alessandra Ambrosio also is a fan of Jacquie Aiche's horn necklace as she opted for the black version.
Game Sets have made their game pieces out of horn for quite some time now.

You can find many very vintage cool cutlery sets online like this Vintage LESCO brand stainless Stag antler horn Cutlery 3 pc carving knife set