Follow up on previous post: Excess Baggage. Sarah Williams’ breakout season for Williams British Handmade was a success. WIlliams’ bespoke luggage pieces are handcrafted in traditional techniques; however, the shapes are completely wacky and wonderful! The luggage concept stemmed from one … Continue reading →
Warby Parker eyewear is high quality, on-trend, and affordable. Prescription, polarized Optical eyewear cost $95 Non-Prescription, polarized Sunwear cost $95 Prescription, polarized Sunwear costs $150 The company’s flagship store is in NYC and they have 9 showrooms throughout the US. Unfortunately, there are currently … Continue reading →
One of a kind hand knit motorcycle cozy in pink. Using an actual motorcycle, the artist Theresa (Trixie) Honeywell knits covers for each different part of the motorcycle to create an all over covering (or cozy) that turns the motorcycle into a … Continue reading →
All Aboard – Louis Vuitton’s fall 2012 campaign takes direction from the runway show with an image set onboard a train photographed by Steven Meisel. Models Mackenzie Drazan, Marie Piovesan, Franzsika Müller, Julia Nobis, Ros Georgiou, Marina Heiden and Elena Bartels wear the label’s turn of the century outerwear and oversize hats with Vuitton luggage.
The wooly mammoth of a pom pom was created by Eleanor Davies, 22. Davies is a 2012 graduate of Goldsmiths, University of London finishing with a BA fine art.
Over 200 Beautiful Colours (wool)
Davies artist statement:
‘A pompom is traditionally an adornment, or an accessory. It should bounce and dangle flirtatiously. The supersizing of this object disrupts these qualities – it becomes gross, heavy and vulgar. This draws attention to the absurdity and excessiveness of the endeavour, placing the frivolity of ornamentation in dialogue with notions of taste and excess’
guardian.co.uk, Thursday 7 June 2012 05.00 EDT
Graduate art in pictures: Glasgow and Goldsmiths
Wes Anderson is pictured below on location filming Moonlight Kingdom looking dapper in a two piece corduroy suit. Mr. Anderson is not only a member, he appears to be the King of the Corduroy Appreciation Club. ADORBS!