Amazing Moto sports inspired nail art at Tokyo fashion week!
CURRENTLY INSPIRED BY Gemstone Accents in the Home
Gemstones are not only great outfit accents but they can also make for glamorous touches in the home, especially textural stones like agate, lapis and malachite. Whether it’s a subtle placement, like these geode bookends, or something…
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When it comes to making the most of a night out, there are two types of people…those that go to the party, and those that BRING the party. If you fall into the latter camp, pause for a quick high five and move right on to this dazzling DIY. What you wear has a huge influence on the fun factor, and thisEdie Parker inspired clutch instantly adds an extra dose of dazzle to any look. Chic, polished, glittery and gold…it’s your new going-out staple that’ll never get old!To create: Measure out the interior of the acrylic box with either a ruler or measuring tape. With a marker, draw the measurement onto the backside of the holographic adhesive paper. P.S.- be sure to round the edges where needed to match the box. Cut the panels out with scissors. Match up the panels of the box and carefully adhere each panel to the interior. To prevent the paper from bubbling, peel little by little and press down firmly with your palm. For a striped design, use an xacto knife to slice 1/4” strips of gold foil adhesive paper and adhere to the surface of the box.
Sparkling embellishment elevates the humble flat into an evening essential! #shoestory
We love Christoph Straub’s 2D necklaces made from enamel. They have a hand-drawn feel, the designer says that he is inspired by contraints. We love them for our SS16 Soft Pop design direction.
It’s a known fact that we are passionate, bonafide gold diggers. No not that kind…I mean when it comes to DIY we really dig gold. Applying a gilded touch to any object brings on a rush of visual satisfaction like no other, not to mention it injects a whole new, glittery life into otherwise plain jane objects. We teamed up with like-minded golding girl, Megan Pflug, the mastermind behind One King’s Lane's ”Weekend Decorator" column. Learn how to glam up a pin board with these gold-leaf darts, and hit your own bullseye with the help of this how-to!To create: Prepare each dart by painting the feathered ends with a thin, even coat of clear nail polish. Once dry, apply a coat of gilding size with a paintbrush. Then carefully apply the gold leaf to the coated area until the entire surface is covered. Seal the dart with a coat of clear nail polish.