BAG ENVY: Building Block is a multi-medium design project based in Los Angeles, led by sisters Kimberly & Nancy Wu. Its focus moves freely in between luxury and industrial design where utilitarian materials and processes translate into minimalist forms. With the intent of magnifying essentials and editing out excess, Building Block finds continual inspiration in returning to square one. This here is another beautiful accessory.
Ekkkkk, have you read our lovely brand new issue of The Clothes Maiden mag yet?
If you haven't just click above! It's summery, fresh and awe-inspiring!
Firstly, I must admit, I'm not usually a fan of those phone cases with a thousand things stuck to the back, I think they're tacky beyond belief -- but these ones from Mr Kate are absolutely adorable!
These are not over the top and too much in your face. They haven't got giant 3D Hello Kitty heads sticking 5 inches out, no Barbie brushes here. Just sweet, delicate, tiny cookies and flower heads!
These little bad boys simply aim to brighten up your dull looking iPhone.
Click here to see the rest of the designs! There's so many!
Literally feel like crying over this lookbook, obviously with happiness, not because I can't afford anything from it, of course...
This collection by Kuula + Jylha deals with directness, authenticity and purity. The collection, entitled Until All I Felt Was My Heart Beating, consists of five pairs of hand-made, unique shoes for the Modern hippies in the spirit of post-irony.
The keywords for this collection are purity, sensitivity, authenticity and delicate roughness. As materials they used mainly white leather spiced with mixed yellow and orange and for the heels partly raw, partly polished wood; finnish birch and aspen. Their intensions with this collection was to combine the raw beauty of nature to the man-made but organic sculptural shapes. In the collection you can sense the freedom of the Modern hippies and their desire of sustainable, simple, but playful beauty.