two thousand and seventeen by fashion nazi

It’s 2017, but you already know that. What should this post be about? Maybe I could write a post about; how I’m going to be healthy, quit smoking, be positive, drink less, learn a new language, travel more or maybe I should be honest with myself and realise the above is probably not going to…

vignette two by fashion nazi

In my constant mission to set myself aside from other bloggers, I gave myself one task for the next few post in my series style vignettes. | Do something different | We all know the way in which big brand’s trends trickle down to the high streets for us mere mortals to squabble over, but…

texture by philippe malouin

I love sharing my inspirations, it’s the main reason I blog, and I wanted to share an artist I came across through the ‘Things’ section at cosstores.com. The artist is Philipper Malouin is a Canadian artist who’s currently living and working in London. Malouin, designs anything from art installations to abstract home furnishings and has…

always foreign architecture by leong leong

I’ve been a fan of the works of Leong Leong for sometime now,┬átheir work is like an escape, an escape from what is to be expected in architecture, an escape from traditionalism.┬áLeong Leong work with materials in way that is a constant inspiration for me. Their work on 3.1 Phillip Lim flagship store is possibly…

onggi by lee kang-hyo

Lee Kang-Hyo Follows a traditional style of pottery making, onggi, used in Korea. The craft dates back almost six thousand years and Lee Kang-Hyo has become a master at his art. It’s not wise of me to comment on a culture and an art I don’t know a whole lot about. However, I came across…