Great handbags from LCF student Miryam Lozano Quilez. Her first collection is inspired by Jean Prouvé and made to order. Love!
Thank goodness for afternoons like today’s. . . a little bit of sun, a few laughs, and a lot of inspiration.
Today’s post-inspiration comes from Berlin based textile designer Nadine Goepfert.
Nadine Goepfert is a Berlin based textile designer. She studied at School of Arts Berlin Weissensee and Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam. Her work is based on research and conceptual thinking and explores the wide field of eventualities by creating open situations, which form the basis for textile designs and art installation.
With an eye on detail and an interest in traditional textile techniques and craftsmanship, she constantly experiments with the diverse aspects of the materiality and structure of textiles. Her research on garments and fashion attempts to reveal unconscious/unapparent givens and prospects in terms of clothing habits, which are not only theoretically implemented but also constitute the origin for further material explorations.
Check out these amazing shoes from designer Long Tran. While they might not be wearable, they are certainly impressive. They kind of remind me of IVH’s “fang” shoes which still might be my favorite shoes of all time.
Be sure to visit Tran’s blog for collections from seasons past and his website for more info.
I’ve written about Holst + Lee before, a definite Urban Socialite favorite, and wanted to share their latest collection. Each piece is handmade, and now that their online shop is open (hello sale!) you have no excuse not to buy… well.. unless you’re not getting paid. Sigh, lets hope for some progress this weekend.
Before I take off I thought I’d share Yvonne Laufer’s collection: VOID. I stumbled upon a pic on Pinterest and love this entire collection. Tuesday is by far my least favorite day of the week… so it’s always nice to start it off with something beautiful! Enjoy.
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