Posts Tagged: Fashion

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Orishiki, The Ingenious Geometric Bag By Naoki Kawamoto

Orishiki is a single piece carrying device made of triangular shaped segments that can fold, unfold, and wrap up in just a few moves. The principle of Orishiki can be applied to just about any kind of carrying device, from big pieces of luggage, to accessories such
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Bezalel Academy Of Arts And Design, Jerusalem – Bezalel On Tour

Bezalel on Tour" celebrates the 106th anniversary of Bezalel, Israel‘s oldest institute of higher education and a leading international academy of art, design and architecture. Curated by the head of the Ceramics and Glass Design Department, Muli Ben Sasson, the
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The Magic Sparkles Of Piaget

This year too, Piaget has succeeded in creating an universe where jewelry become magic objects that transform a lady into a queen. And the entire collection revolves around the rose. This delicate flower that has been an inspiration for jewelry designers for
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Patek Philippe – Legendary Luxury Watches

With no history like of Vacheron Constantin's, no diamonds like Cartier, but with the seal of Geneva, Patek Philippe is one of the best watches manufacturer in the world. The brand quickly became a legend and is today among the great houses, with Vacheron, Breguet,
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The Fantastic World Of Yoko Furusho

Yoko Furusho is a Japanese artist and illustrator that lives in New York. Born in Tokyo, the artist moved to New York to study illustration at the School of Visual Arts, building her career as a professional illustrator/artist. In her illustrations, she draws
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Sequoia Emmanuelle – Creative Photography

With her unique style and creativity, LA based artist Sequoia Emmanuelle breaks the boundaries of conventional photography, adorning her photos with her passion for painting, wardrobe styling, film, graphic design and fashion.
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Anthropologie – Romanian Folk Inspired Collection

Every season we look for new trends on the runways of Milan, Paris or New York, but things are looking up for the Romanian fashionistas. Traditional clothing specific to a very beautiful region in Romania called Maramures, are highly sought after these days.