Posts tagged "London"
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While neither the menswear trend nor the idea of a white-washed spring can be considered newsworthy on their own, put the two styles together, add some black, and you suddenly have a much more enticing S/S 2013 collection.
Known for his large-scale highly stylized black and white portraits, Robert Mapplethorpe was a pioneer working to diversify and broaden the spectrum of content within the art world. The overt eroticism of some of his work triggered much controversy over what was deemed art versus what was considered an obscenity.
The name Roy Lichtenstein has long been synonymous with Pop Art, perhaps second in fame only to Andy Warhol. The Art Institute of Chicago and the London Tate Modern teamed up on a Chicago-based exhibit on the artist to run through the summer, as well as a great coffee table book to commemorate the exhibition....
Rosie Wolfenden and Harriet Vine of Tatty Devine has been turning heads since 1999 with their East London produced perspex jewelry. The wide range of mixed-media allows for plenty of sparkle in everyday wear with cheeky silhouettes and sharp details.
We've got a Madonna track on deck for Throwback Thursday: "Dress You Up"... because isn't that what we're here to do?
Why spend eternity looking shabby? British makeup brand Illamasqua decided you shouldn't have to. Make yourself up for the afterlife with their newest endeavor.
This is not (I repeat, not) a list of things to celebrate the royal wedding. Rather, it is a highlight of the absurdity revolving around it and why I am THRILLED it will soon disappear from my newsfeed, Twitterfeed, and all the blogs I read daily.
Florals are officially cool again! Liberty of London led the charge with their collabs with brands like Target, MAC, and Nicholas Kirkwood earlier in the year, and it now seems that other designers and brands are enthusiastically integrating girly floral prints into their collections, proving that the pretty patterns are longer relegated to over 50...