The reason I'm posting those pictures above is not only for the beauty of the wedding gowns but also for the voluptuous style yet, fragile... It's a fascinating imaginery these photographs communicate with a palette full of pale pinks, greens, turquoise and everlasting white! Discreet richness and pure elegance underline the work of Jenny Packham and make us all (women) secretly want one of her creations!
IMAGES FROM JENNY PACKHAM
This project is accomplished by an architect whose various endeavors show his mastermind. Take a look (a good look) at the site of architetto Michele De Lucchi. I say Woa! There's a certain philosophy cramped behind the following words;"Aware of the gap that had been created between design and production, he set out to rediscover the role of the architect as an intellectual who conceives and fulfils his projects with a more responsible approach to the quality and beauty of things."
IMAGES FROM aMDL
I'm a big fun of Jenna Rose's stuff! You can tell just by looking the pictures of my home! Jenna's pillows are here to stay. Recently I visited her site and I was happy to find so many new things added in her shop! The yellow bicycle pillow caught my eye and so did the baby blanket (I don't have kids but many of my friends do!). The large bin seems perfect to store laundry, towels, yarns and I don't know...what else! It's so pretty I just wanna have it in my place! If you don't know, Jenna is using organic cotton (it's nice to be green) and some of her items are currently on sale just like this beautiful bag above!
IMAGES FROM JENNA ROSE
As much as I enjoy looking at interiors I find the same joy in works of art. This lady in particular has a very gentle technique and she's using it to produce some spectacular collages depicting her desire for balance and beauty in everyday life. Her spirit is unifying and diverse. Various materials are incorporated into her work and visualise fragments of time and culture. Fragile creations of romantic notes and earthly tones. Nature and life prove to be an unlimited source and Elisa Archer is glorifying this notion. You can find her in her website Samba handmade goods and she's available for comissions, just email her!
IMAGES COURTESY OF SAMBA HANDMADE GOODS