A very special collection by p[pi:]. The hand-drawn illustrations give the bags an innocent and personal touch, and transform them into unique pieces. Cristina says of her new designs:
This season we emphasize even more the handmade nature of our bags , incorporating drawing and freehand painting on leather . Not the first time we used these elements into our work but the first time they are the most important elements of the collection.
The compositions , different in every bag , make each piece one of a kind.
The combination of two passions, making bags and drawing, make the work process becomes intense, interesting and fun. And we hope you enjoy them as much as we do making them .
We propose three very different lines : The SAILOR line , classic sailor stripes painted on leather and combined with natural leather. G handbags , decorative fretwork element are painted on natural leather and combined with black leather. They have a more ethnic tone bit. And finally the DRAWINGS are the little gems of the collection. Rather than bags decorated or printed, we see them as drawings purse.
Images by Catalina Pérez.
This Swedish/Italian brand has some pretty amazing pieces. Take this white shirt for example: The details on the shoulders add texture and the big collar, volume… perfect! Check out their work here.
Prints orgy! I wouldn’t mind to have this moto jacket in my wardrobe… Available here [...]
If you missed Lagerfeld’s ‘pop-fashion’ show, here it is. Attention to the details, every corner has something fun to look at!
The coolhunting online video channel Tendencias.TV starts a new chapter and opens a head office in Mexico City, in partnership with Coolhuntermx. They also have now a video channel with the blog fashionisima.es.
“We had never reached this point until now. There is a high demand for more and more content: people want more,” Francesca Serra Tur, Creative Director of Tendencias.tv.
The video above is an interview to Susana Lau of Stylebubble.
Love this trend. I specially like the garments that mix neoprene with other materials, like these Kenzo sneakers (what a fun ‘salad’ of textures and colours) or with cut-out details, like this super cool sweatshirt by South Korean designer Eun-Jung Lee.
Neoprene blouse Muuse x Eun-Jung Lee
Leather and neoprene ankle boots Kenzo
Bikini by Lisa-Marie Fernandez
Bomber in neoprene and jersey T by Alexander Wang
Sneakers by Kenzo
The Austrian designer creates elegant and contemporary pieces by molding leather and creating almost architectural shapes. Sonja Bischur‘s straightforward and contemporary designs can be found here. [...]