Seductive lace and beads elaborately embellish long dresses that accentuate the silhouette. The perfect look for a fairytale princess.
The Portuguese shoes international campaign 2012 by APICCAPS, shot in Porto by fashion photographer Frederico Martins.
And a fairytale it is. The Sydney based designer presented a collection elegantly adorned with lace and beads, sheer dresses and knee-high socks.
Strikingly colourful, with detailing that uplifts the collection to the level of ultra stylish and with faux as the dominant concept.
A wireframe wraps around the bag creating an exoskeleton that shapes its form.
A duplicate self captured in the image, the aura of an imaginary friend accompanying the girl while trying on clothes in front of the mirror.
Inspired by Guy Bourdin’s photography, Riccardo Tisci, Artistic Director of Givenchy, creates an intensely sexual collection, avoiding provocation.
Editorial photo shoot in the woods, with an aura of mystery and magic. By Sao Paulo based photographer Marcos Alberti.
A photo session made for La Muy magazine in Lucania Palazzo Presidential Suite.
Dorothee Schumacher unites contrasting styles and fabrics with a lot of love and great attention to detail, thus creating strong fashion statements.
A series of illustrations by Natalie Shau for jewelery designer Lydia Courteille.
Austere lines meet draped and pleated volumes in a collection of relaxed basics with urban attitude.
Casual and contemporary, the collection plays with long fluid lines, fabrics softly wrapping the body, soft volumes, mini-dresses and youthful femininity.
Dominika Cuda softly blurs the figure’s outline playing with the gentle movement of the body and the frenzied motion of light.
Striking editorial photography with beautiful styling by Madrid based fashion stylist Jose Herrera.
Aamodt Plumb Architects Wins in Winnipeg – Warming Huts Competition
The staircase as a compressed spatial motion element of a former free field.
Tape Installation #5 took place at 09.-12.06.2010 and won the DMY Award 2010. It is part of an ongoing series of Tape Installations.
The aim was to test the fitness of a particular module, copied from nature, to generate architectural space, with the assumption that the intelligence of the smallest unit dictates the intelligence of the overall system.