Top 20 Trends of the Day (Nov 8)
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Catherine Servel serves a healthy dose of summer with this sultry seaside spread. This sun-drenched spread features an array of male models and one female, frolicking by the beach in couture swimsuits.
The spread boasts a touch of retro revival, with giant hats and sunnies, black and white photography and expert lighting. The shoot is a testament to the skill that Catherine Servel has within fashion photography and the realm of visual composition as a whole.
Check out the featured gallery to see what Catherine Servel has to offer.
The Atari Game Headband is the ultimate geeky fashion accessory to tie back your hair.
This headband is made out of an Atari game motherboard and is held by a black elastic band. This system board headpiece will surely show your love for computers especially as you wear its internal mechanics on your head.
The German-based FlyRad motorized unicycle can be used in different ways allowing users to switch their positions to their liking. The 26 kgs one-wheeler features a 500x motor with a 36v rechargeable battery. The motorized unicycle can be controlled with a pair of skates that work as the front wheels.
Give your jewelry box a bold feminine update with the D_Luxe 2011 jewelry collection. Featuring bulky rings and playful charm bracelets, this new 2011 series will help you accessorize your outfits with edge.
The ImageLab3 Jim Morrison decal will ensure your prized laptop or gadget shows off your excellent taste in music wherever you go. If you’re not really into The Doors (or have a ton of bare laptops or iPhones) ImageLab3 makes decals for other famous frontmen, including Bob Marley, Frank Zappa and Bob Dylan.
Dyna Moe a colorful artist with a love for the popular AMC television series ‘Mad Men.’ A fan of the show, Dyna Moe started out by drawing a scene or character after each aired episode. From there, Internet stardom enabled her to be the gal behind the massively successful Mad Men avatars and eventually, her first ever book deal.
Model Kaja Werbanowska is featured in a spread titled ‘Princess Lost In Captivity.’ Looking lost indeed, she walks around aimlessly in the castle’s courtyard.
Kaja Werbanowska plays the role of royalty well. Looking fearful and confused of an empty castle this model can still pull off elegance in sweeping black gowns, delicate ruffles and shiny embroidered dresses.
Giving the fall season a new bewildering and enticing outlook, this Vogue Italy October 2010 spread emits an eerie vibe.
Presenting the models in a variety of expressions, the editorial is undeniably intriguing due to the portrayal of different emotions.
Wooden clubhouses may become a thing of the past if designer Jairo Lucena has anything to say about it. The Habitbox is a social gathering space designed by Lucena to “encourage socialization behaviours.”
This Elle Spain November 2010 editorial takes the fall season to sizzling hot temperatures.
Taking place within a desert, the spread features a model that explores the sandy grounds with a camera in hand. Looking fabulously fitted to her surroundings with her bright golden locks and fabulously layered fashion styles, the model glows throughout each and every print.
The Michaela Schmid ‘Shabby Chic’ collection embodies the ‘80s British aesthetic, infusing tulle party dresses, cardigans and short-sleeved coats with a beautiful bouquet of ruffled petals and rosettes.
I love the “carpe diem” attitude the CXCITY ‘Midnight Movers’ Fall/Winter 2010 collection takes. The streetwear line is packed with nightlife all-star attire, from graphic tees to fleece jackets and denim.
13. Fab Four Footwear
Artist Christianne Jackson customized these Beatles Converse shoes as a present to her boyfriend. Each mini-scene is painstakingly drawn by hand using permanent markers—a cranked-up version of the way we used to draw on our Converse kicks in school.
If you thought that there was no comedy in the courtroom, then you need to check out Chris Roth’s ‘Jury Doodles.’ Artist Chris Roth recently spent seven days on a jury in which me managed to help settle an odd case involving a stripper while drawing tons of hilarious doodles.
The art world will undoubtedly evolve into creating works from smartphones, tech devices and digital apps. It has already begun with iPhone photography and the James Callahan Screen Grabography sets off another creative avenue.
Yves Rossy, also known as the Rocket Man, has successfully performed his daredevil flying stunt over the lake Geneva on Friday last week. The Swiss pilot became the first person to fly with a jet engine powered, self-built wing attached to him.
The duct tape hammock lets you have your very own hammock without spending a ton of money. This hammock is made out of duct tape and wood, and is the perfect piece of backyard furniture for families on a budget.
We’ve featured Etsy artisan ScholarlyArticles’ painted pumps before, but these Venus Fly Trap Mary Janes add a degree of danger to her collection. The Reaction by Kenneth Cole pumps are hand-painted with Venus fly traps for a prickly pair that’s sure to draw stares wherever you wear them.
The illustrations in ‘Faces of War’ depict the human emotions soldiers face throughout battle from start to finish.
You’ll never know the feelings and experiences these soldiers go through unless you’ve done it yourself, but these watercolor illustrations do a pretty good job at sharing the emotions.
The traditional German porcelain manufacturer Meissen has chosen a hand-painted porcelain pug on which to center its ‘Le Club du Mops’ collection. The pug is not only the star of the campaign; he also plays a stunning part in the jewelry pieces.
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