Monday, January 27, 2014

Inspiration | 2

Had this little inspiration collage waiting around for a while. So yet here another one of my inspirations. 
Left is from Melitta Baumeister's collection shot by Paul Jung and the right one i found on Pinterest, source unknown.

Thursday, January 16, 2014

&OtherStories Ring

I bought this little ring at &OtherStories on my last trip to Stockholm. Such a lovely store, the styling was nicely done. If your planning on going to Stockholm anytime soon, you should check it out!

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Stockholm Update

A few weeks ago i went to stockholm for four days with a friend of mine. It was my first time there, and didn't think i would be so amazed by Stockholm. I really found my city there. Everything was so well organised, the city was surrounded by great concept stores, historical buildings, the most beautiful scandinavian brands and happy people.
This won't be my last trip to Stockholm, that's for sure!

Here just a few shots i made with my iphone walking through Stockholm.

What you're looking at:

1. Christmas vibes through the streets
2. Long lost stairs
3. Long lost escalators
4. More christmas vibes
5. Outdoors space ceiling
6. Acne outlet store
7. Beautiful streets/houses
8. Ceiling @ Acne Studios
9. Mirror reflections @ Acne Studios
10. Metro station ceiling
11. Underground station
12. Hay
13. Fotografiska, photography museum
14. Beautiful pictures shot by Elliot Erwitt

Saturday, January 4, 2014

Paul Jung X Melitta Baumeister

A few months ago i came across the instagram of Paul Jung, he's a photographer and director based in New York City. Since then, i've been so inspired by his photos. Every time he blows my mind. It's always so clean and neat. He plays with interesting compositions and moods, which makes his work refreshing and innovative.

I wanted to share the Parsons graduation collection from Melitta Baumeister (a german fashion designer) shot by Paul Jung. 

Melitta Baumeister believes in pushing the boundaries of traditional fashion design (as you can see below) by challenging the very process of textile construction with a line of silicone molded garments. She plays with shape and new material.
I hope you like it as much as i do!
Check out Paul Jung's site to see the whole serie in the best quality!