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Arquivo do mês: março 2010
Style.com has published the must-haves for Fall/Winter 2010. SinK chooses the burlesque style from Altuzarra, a fashion designer raised in Paris and based in New York. Leather, silk and satin are definitely the picks for next collections.
Ad photographed by Thais Mendes in London earlier today: Gotta love the British.
“Sorry, mamma. I think I’m gonna miss Easter lunch again.”
Part of Festival de Curitiba since last year, Gastronomix is a very nice way that Curitiba’s #1 chef, Celso Freire, found to bring high gastronomy to the masses for only R$15 (US$7) a bowl. Some of the coolest chefs in … Continuar lendo
3D Mapping Urban Building Projection for the Preservation of the Ecosystem, developed and designed by super talented boys at Go2nPlay, a design studio in Curitiba. The client: O Boticário, one of the biggest comestic companies in Latin America, which headquarters … Continuar lendo
Designer Karim Rashid’s gaff in New York.
Naoto Fukasawa is a Japanese designer whose philosophy is “making people happy through industrial products”. Although he’s not a well known name (till now) in other countries, Fukasawa is by far the most famous — and influential — product designer … Continuar lendo
Jeremy Scott’s bone heels. Buy at Opening Ceremony for US$510. We love Jeremy Scott!
When You’re Strange uncovers historic and previously unseen footage of the illustrious rock quartet and provides new insight into the revolutionary impact of its music and legacy. Directed by award-winning writer/director Tom DiCillo and narrated by Johnny Depp, the film … Continuar lendo
Four Parisian metro stations (St. Lazare, Champs Elysees Clemenceau, Concorde and Opera) have been decked out with Ikea couches, lamps and other décor. The installation runs until tomorrow. *Kottbullars not included. Photos: Provence Post and Les Favoris