By Editor in Fashion on April 9th, 2015 | No Comments »

Check out Danish brand Mismo. I love their backpacks!!

“Nature serves as a powerful reminder of the need for humbleness. This is ever apparent in the diverse volcanic crafted vistas of Iceland. Dark battered soil, frames the chalky rocky shores whereas green stretched flatlands appear rimmed by thin roads, serving as innocent page dividers. It is this natural state of meditation and solemn slumber, that gives way to tactility, contrast and Nordic reflection. The seasonal cycle. Captured here in underplayed tones, sharp contrasts, sublime techniques, always with sensible proud purpose. Each piece is architected to last and escort you along pleasantly onto new horizons.”

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Cote & Ciel Loire Canvas Bag

By Editor in Fashion on March 12th, 2015 | No Comments »

Loire Canvas Bag
Cote & Ciel
From Cote & Ciel‘s eshop

L.G.R. Handmade Sunglasses

By Editor in Fashion on March 6th, 2015 | No Comments »

Handmade Calabar Acetate Sunglasses
From Luisa Via Roma‘s eShop

Giveaway > Valentino Garavani

By Editor in Fashion on February 2nd, 2015 | No Comments »

Check out this pair of sneakers from Valentino Garavani, who’s not a new designer on the scene, in case you were wondering. Valentino uses his full name for all accessories lines.

I love the mix of suede and leather and the yellow pop against the grey sneaker, not to mention the overall shape of the shoe.

Click here for your chance to win.

Vava Eyewear

By Editor in Fashion on December 15th, 2014 | No Comments »

Check out Vava Eyewear.

VAVA rectangular box is composed of two equal squares. Squares and rectangles are the most common shapes in the industrial world. Much of the man-made world is composed of these shapes. Squares and rectangles create a rigid effect, suggesting stability and truth. Squares are considered to be one of the most honest shapes because of their mathematical and visual simplicity.”

“Conceptually VAVA shares an artistic vision of 2001 Space Odyssey that can be interpreted as an excessively one-sided belief in technological progress.

More info and images on Vava‘s official brand site.