via stylebubbleA little while ago I posted about the elastic-fest that was the debut collection from Acrobats of God. Well, this is their second season and I think it is even better than the first.
KRISATOMIC which is a great fashion/illustration blog.
via premiataI received an email saying "I hope you enjoy the Graziano Mazza design for Premiata." Well yes, thank you, yes I do. It is a nice collection of simple clothing and footwear that is very classy indeed (and beautifully photographed I might add.) See more HERE.
via svpsportsToday I went on a mission to find some new sneakers. Turns out, as much as I love them, I find them hard to wear (dressing like an old man makes me rather un-street.) No colours. Even white is hard for me to pull off! But after ALLOT of searching, and after professing my love of a contrast rand in an earlier post, I finally decided on these lovelies. Very Very Very VERY happy. ♥
via highsnobetteLondon-based-fine artist and designer, INSA, was one of six artists asked by Tate Britain gallery to create a response to a recent exhibit by artist Chris Ofili (New Yorker may remember him from his paintings, “The Holy Virgin Mary,” which used elephant dung as a material and which then mayor Rudy Guiliani tried to have banned from a Brooklyn Museum exhibit). INSA responded with the 10-inch (!!) elephant-dung heels featured here. According to the press release, “INSA retraced the footsteps Chris Ofili made over 15 years ago and sourced dung from the same family of elephants that produced the dung used in Chris’s infamous paintings of the nineties.” Shiiiiiiiiiiiiit.
via gq.comThe 3.1 Phillip Lim footwear seemed to incorporate allot of the shoe trends going around today into one collection which I think would normally make the overall look a bit washy but here it seems to work. Bondage straps & buckles, two-tone colourways, fringing ,crepe soles, and an interesting use of fur all seem to be getting allong quite well.