Welcome CompanionsButter clutch and Toast Bag

If only it was edible :( 

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NaShirt by Givenchy
Jacket by vintage Chanel
Vest by Dries Van Noten
Bag from Vintage shop
Shorts by H&M
Shoes by Converse
Illustration by Nancy.Z
Photography by Ajdin.B

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Outfit from Vintage collections
Illustration by Nancy.Z
Photography by Dean

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Top by Hugo Boss Black
Skirt by IceBerg
Necklace, bag, sandals from Vintage Shop
Illustration by Nancy.Z
Photography by Ajdin.B

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China Fashion Week 2011

omg go china

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Blanco Spring-Summer 2012

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Mango’s Limited-Edition Valentine’s Day Collection

Mango celebrates the sweetest day of the year with it’s limited edition collection for Valentine’s day.
Get in the V-Day spirit with heart prints, vivid red pieces and retro clothes of baby doll inspiration designed perfectly for a romantic date. More info to come ;)

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Jenny Packham Spring 2012 Collection

London-based designer, Jenny Packham, had a huge boost when the new Duchess, Kate Middleton, donned one of her shimmering gowns at the 10th Annual ARK Gala Dinner at Kensington Palace. With its light blush shade, chiffon flutter sleeves and sparkling embellishment, it didn’t just turn heads, it wowed. Certainly, all eyes were on Packham’s Spring 2012 collection. On the runway, there was a splash of appealing seaside shades in light vibrant greens, washed aquas and light dabs of sunny yellows.

Her signature flutter sleeve appeared on several numbers, sometimes floaty and other times hugging in at the shoulder. Packham also experimented with shades of orange, going from a soft sorbet to a more vibrant tangerine.

Women looking to dress for another kind of runway – the wedding aisle – have increasingly sought out Packham over the last few years.

Have you ever wanted to make your own T-shirts? Well, here’s a good way to start. Inkodye uses a unique photographic print process that uses the sun to develop the dye. Inkodye can be used in a variety of ways to create lasting images on any absorbant natural fiber. Inkodye is also used for photograms, shadow prints, painting, dyeing, silk-screening, batik and more! Works great on cotton, wood, suede, silk and other natural fibers.

For more: http://lumi.co/collections/inkodye

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