Friday, August 28, 2009

M3, You're the Best

Maison Margiela's eyewear debut, L’Incognito, brought you sleek anonymity with its black-barred face redaction. Now the Maison brings you the Mono Lens, a highly evolved descendant of the classic aviator—or, perhaps more accurately, a car windshield you can strap to your face. The ultimate in retro futurism by way of Dada playfulness, the latest model also manages to reflect fall's armored mood, in its own perverse way. $495 at Oki-Ni, available in amber or gray.

Source: Hint

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Going In For The Kill

Reid Peppard is taking taxidermy to new levels of luxury creating androgynous jewellery and accessories out of creatures' corpses. Born and raised in California, Reid Peppard is now based in London after doing a Foundation Degree and Fine Art Bachelors Degree at Central Saint Martins. As a member of the taxidermist’s Guild in the UK, she taxidermies all the animals (with few exceptions) in her sculptural work and installations which have also been shown as part of Hackney Wicked Art Festival. Using little white mice heads and the wings of birds, 'scent, sound, texture and moving image' are often incorporated within her work.

Source: Dazed Digital

Monday, August 24, 2009

Rockett Mansion Handmade

Fringe necklaces. They're so long they touch your crotch.

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Sunday, August 23, 2009

Rockett Mansion Vintage

Handmade rings made with deconstructed vintage findings.

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Mark King

Using a photojournalistic approach, Barbados-based Mark King documents what inspires him through his camera. Mark King takes a range of pictures documenting festivals, and everyday objects. Having worked as a photography assistant with Wired Magazine in San Francisco, he has also spent his life living in Washington D.C., The Bahamas, Belgium and is now based in Barbados.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

First Clue: Dean Quinn

Dean's first foray into fashion was making a dress for his GCSE art project, which was lost on his conservative high school. But he sought out a mentor and, at only 16, traveled from Ireland to to London to intern with Zandra Rhodes. There he was put to work painting pattern designs and found out about applying to Central St. Martins. Fast forward eight years to his win—and on his birthday, no less.

Sunday, August 16, 2009

First Clue: Demna Gvasalia

Asger Juel Larsen

It is time to get medieval with Asger Juel Larsen's exploration of unusual material blends and silhouettes which create the knights of the future.

P.S. This is my new haircut!