This collection by Delpozo is soo refreshing! For Fall 2014 the Spanish brand's creative director, Josep Font's brilliant use of color really caught my eye. These are some of my favorite looks from the collection. The neon colors paired with the pastels and neutrals is so unexpected but works in such a beautiful way! What I love most is the new modern spin on Victorian Romanticism. The collection was said to be based on the "retro-futuristic esthetic"inspired by the novel "Logan's Run" and Italian artist Duilio Barnabé. check out my pinterest for some other favorites from Fall 2014 collections.
I did this drawing maybe a year or so ago, but now after learning a bit more in Photoshop, I've been having a lot of fun coloring in some of my drawings with Photoshop. I like how this one turned out. It was sort of a 'happy accident' because I really didn't know what I was doing, just playing around and it turned out pretty cool.
All photographs by fashion photographerIsmael Moumin And drawing by me. I love the crisp, minimal and high definition-glossy feel of the photos. I definitely get a lot of my inspiration for my drawings from fashion photographers. like Moumin. I've been playing around with photoshop. Re imagining my own art with a digital influence.
AVA CATHERSIDE is a new London based designer with such a unique and cool aesthetic. I just recently discovered the label. The extreme minimalism, monochrome palette, and raw/edgy shapes - it's so interesting. I love the last photo, with the negative space of the neck disconnected from the form of the body. Such a subtle way of approaching minimalism. Check out thisvideo showing individual garments being hand cut.
//1st picture from the AW13 collection, all others from the SS12 collection.//
I am absolutely loving Sonia Rykiel's Pre-Fall collection. Ursinia Gysi (my street-style favorite.) posed for the look-book, which makes this all that more amazing. I am in love this the fluffy pink turtleneck, the soft colors, menswear-esque slouchy trousers, classic pea-coats, the draping, and the fur! And I actually quite like the oversized sweater that could perhaps be mistaken for a chic rug. I think there is a nice balance to the collection, with so many playful yet elegant aspects.