Why design? Listen to Philippe Starck, modern design legend, answer that all-important question in an entrancing talk that reaches out to the heart and soul of the concept of design. Watch the video: http://bit.ly/1hJPUfP
"When I am putting looks together, I dare myself to make something work. I always look for the most interesting silhouette or something that’s a little off, but I have to make it me. I think that’s the thrill in fashion." (Rihanna)
Amy Hall’s knitwear collection embraces the curves and shape of the feminine form using soft, delicate and wearable fabrics for a true celebration of all that is sensual. See her current collection at Todevise: http://bit.ly/N8YpFO
Love is in the air after Valentine’s Weekend and the mood is encapsulated in this drawing by Merce Riba. It’s delicate, it’s sensual and it’s just a little bit flirtatious. See her works at Todevise: http://bit.ly/MrHNJ6
Sometimes it’s what we can’t see that is the most seductive… Octavia Yang plays with ideas of sex and temptation, the naked form and Yin and Yang, in her Joinery in Jewels collection, sponsored by Swarovski Element. See her full profile at Todevise: http://bit.ly/1f0b9ZK
'Penelope' by Lourdes Berbeyer is a true work of art - a rich and intricate oil painting by the Mexican artist who describes painting as 'narrating, feeling, living… an inner adventure towards your own self. Painting allows you say things that cannot be conveyed through words.’
Lourdes uses a variety of techniques to create her works, including drawing, painting and mixed media.
Buenos Aires-based designers Roque Bags designs are steeped in local tradition and inspired by a deep love for Argentina as well as the wonderful vintage leather goods of yesteryear. All products are handmade from Argentine leather and manufactured by local craftsmen and a team of expert artisans using handpicked, locally sourced materials. A part of all proceeds are donated to an aid project for poor communities in Buenos Aires. The San Telmo Classic in red is just one of their labours of love.
Curled Up Hooks! by Chiara Bet are part of her exquisite Hand Narratives collection. Made from silver and freshwater pearl, these eye-catching earrings demonstrate the way that the London-based artist uses semi-precious stones as a narrative device to set the mood and tell the story behind each work.