Barney’s New York has put together a Santa-style workshop – with Lady Gaga. Said to be the biggest holiday project undertaken by the store, Gaga has designed a range of special-edition items under the creative direction of Nicola Formichetti.
Barney’s will donate 25 percent of sales from all items featured in Gaga’s Workshop to the Born This Way Foundation, recently founded and announced by Lady Gaga and her mother. The foundation will focus on youth empowerment by building self-confidence, fighting bullying, mentoring and career development.
Merry Christmas little monsters!
Collaborating with Martin Scorsese, Harper’s Bazaar’s photoshoot recreates some of the most famous scenes from his films
The famous London store known for its prints has drawn upon retro-themes, traditional floral motifs, and the ever-popular Japanese feline in creating this limited-edition collection. What is great about this line is that it’s playful without being childish – and retains the Liberty identity.
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Paul Smith has worked with director Tomas Alfredson to create posters for the upcoming movie Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, the minimalist silk-screen prints were inspired by the character and colors of ’70s London.
The tight palette and shapes create somewhat of an optical illusion, very much in keeping with the mood of a spy thriller. While not part of mainstream publicity, limited editions of these stylistic posters will be made and sold, the proceeds of which will go to a charity for cancer care – a beautifully realized collaboration for a good cause
Jewellery brand Tiffany has designed a suite at the St Regis Hotel, New York. The rooms are full of jewel-inspired accents – like the chandelier which looks like it’s dripping with diamonds – and complemented by the signature Tiffany blue.
Gives ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ a whole new meaning.
Either (or both) of these would make us happy to wake up and face the week.
Camilla Morton’s retelling of Sleeping Beauty is a wonderful exercise in whimsy. Part memoir part fairy tale, the story winds through Christian Lacroix’s career, and the twist? Sleeping Beauty needs more than a kiss this time. She needs a makeover.
The book is beautifully illustrated by Lacroix himself and the sketches are testament to the incredible artist he is.