Alber Elbaz as an owl. Karl Lagerfeld as a cat. Terry Richardson as a guinea pig and a lemur. Anna Wintour as a praying mantis. The folks who run Tumblr blog Fashimals have created just that. The concept is simple: it takes every big name in the fashion industry, and transforms them into animals.
Check out their blog, is pretty cool.
As part of their Fall 2011 collection, Hermès has teamed up with graffiti artist Kongo for his first commercial collaboration to produce several silk scarves based around his signature tag style. Kongo’s graffiti is not only found on the walls of Paris and France but also in New York and Hong Kong; and while graffiti prints are not a novelty in the fashion world, it is surely a big step for the artist.
Part of the proceeds going towards graffiti collective Kosmopolis which supports young artists.
In the heart of Mexico City we can find an old building with a lot of history and a lot of cool. Finished in the XVIIIth century this old house now is the home of MUMEDI (Museo Mexicano del Diseño – Mexican Musem of Design), with collections of the most avant garde mexican designers. You can also find design workshops, exhibits, a very chic cafeteria and a small boutique hotel.
They have a small MUMEDISHOP with what is considered Mexico’s biggest specialized bookstore in photography, fashion, design and advertising books, a collection of jewerly, design objects and crafts.
All signs point to backpacks being the “next big thing” for Fall. Admittedly I was reluctant at first, as I’m sure most people would be. However, after discovering all the options available I must admit I am starting to find the idea of a backpack with a formal outfit undeniably chic.
Por primera vez, México se unirá a la iniciativa global de Anna Wintour, editora en jefe de Vogue Estados Unidos, Fashion’s Night Out. Este evento tiene como objetivo dar una plataforma e impulsar a la moda nacional y se llevará a cabo este 8 de Septiembre en la Ciudad de México. Para más información sobre lugares y horarios, vayan al website oficial de FNOMX.The Golden Filter - Solid Gold
- Tania León
Barbarella (1968) is a cult classic starring Jane Fonda, one of my favorite movies. The thing that appeals to me the most is how sexual Barbarella is, yet innocent at the same time. She uses sex as currency throughout the whole film, but does it in an utterly non-perverse way. I love it!
Click to see tutorial to get the Jane Fonda look.
- Eren Verdiguel
The Rodarte X Opening Ceremony collaboration is having their second collection. Designers Laura and Kate Mulleavy culled inspiration from Scandinavia, creating a soft and textural collection comprised of long silhouettes, light pint hues, and fur coats. The look book is modeled by twins Gwen and Donna Loos. The collection will be available early in October both in stores and online.Milk & Sugar - Hia Ma Pata Pata (DJ PP Vocal Remix
Yet another fall 2011 campaign by photographer duo Mert & Marcus. TheTom Ford Autumn/ Winter 11 campaign features Victoria’s Secret model Candice Swanepoel and Jon Kortajarena shot in London overlooking the Thames River. The campaign is set to appear in September.