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wgsn:

Texture’s the word for #SS15 footwear at the @HH_SIMULATION show. #MFW

wgsn:

Texture’s the word for #SS15 footwear at the @HH_SIMULATION show. #MFW

wgsn:

The #Ground Zero show was youthful and fun, brimming with pop art and street culture references for #SS15 #PFW

wgsn:

The #Ground Zero show was youthful and fun, brimming with pop art and street culture references for #SS15 #PFW

businessoffashion:

From our friend, fashgif:

MARNI SPRING 2015 RTW
DETAIL
ORIGINAL SKATING GIF SOURCE

businessoffashion:

From our friend, fashgif:

MARNI SPRING 2015 RTW

DETAIL

ORIGINAL SKATING GIF SOURCE

wgsn:

The new must have doll, seen at @dolcegabbana , cased in an ornate Sicilian tile pattern bag. #SS15 #MFW

wgsn:

The new must have doll, seen at @dolcegabbana , cased in an ornate Sicilian tile pattern bag. #SS15 #MFW

wgsn:

A large flock of feathered shoes fluttered down the catwalk at the @msgm_ show. #SS15 #MFW

wgsn:

A large flock of feathered shoes fluttered down the catwalk at the @msgm_ show. #SS15 #MFW

ps-imadethis:

P.S.- we’ve got our eye on you, and in our hair, and on our shoes! The evil eye is a symbol of protection in many cultures, and lots of artists and designers have adopted its bold stare to accent everything from jewelry to accessories and fashion. Pierre Hardy is in major focus this season with their peeper embellished pumps, so we took that eye-catching motif in a DIY direction by dressing it down atop a slip-on sneak, and added it to a hair accessory that’s equally worth a peek.
To create:  Print our nifty template on cardstock paper and cut out the individual patterns. Use tailor’s chalk to trace the eye pattern onto black faux-leather. Trace the white pattern on white fabric and the iris pattern on a colored fabric of your choice. Cut out the traced pieces, using embroidery scissors for precision. Arrange and glue the parts with the black at the top followed by the iris and the white piece. For a little sparkle, we added a gem on top. Use fabric tape to attach your eye piece to an accessory of your choice; we opted for a variety of shoes and a hair barrette.

ps-imadethis:

P.S.- we’ve got our eye on you, and in our hair, and on our shoes! The evil eye is a symbol of protection in many cultures, and lots of artists and designers have adopted its bold stare to accent everything from jewelry to accessories and fashion. Pierre Hardy is in major focus this season with their peeper embellished pumps, so we took that eye-catching motif in a DIY direction by dressing it down atop a slip-on sneak, and added it to a hair accessory that’s equally worth a peek.

To create:  Print our nifty template on cardstock paper and cut out the individual patterns. Use tailor’s chalk to trace the eye pattern onto black faux-leather. Trace the white pattern on white fabric and the iris pattern on a colored fabric of your choice. Cut out the traced pieces, using embroidery scissors for precision. Arrange and glue the parts with the black at the top followed by the iris and the white piece. For a little sparkle, we added a gem on top. Use fabric tape to attach your eye piece to an accessory of your choice; we opted for a variety of shoes and a hair barrette.

loganjacksonphoto:

Detail from GODDESS Spring 2015 look book

loganjacksonphoto:

Detail from GODDESS Spring 2015 look book

givenchyrunway:

KTZ Spring 2013

givenchyrunway:

KTZ Spring 2013

wgsn:

All about the oversized earcuff at the @HoughtonNYC #MADEfw show today. Shot by Andrew Boyle backstage, via @milkstudios 

wgsn:

All about the oversized earcuff at the @HoughtonNYC #MADEfw show today. Shot by Andrew Boyle backstage, via @milkstudios 

wgsn:

This one’s a real eye-grabber from #NYFW #SS15 #streetstyle

wgsn:

This one’s a real eye-grabber from #NYFW #SS15 #streetstyle