Posts Tagged: colour


Betty visits Rio

Betty from leblogdebetty is visiting Rio this week. She`s also going to Sao Paulo (for Fashion Week) and Florianopolis. Welcome to Brazil, Betty!


A TUMBLR about Colorful Fashion.

Great outfits inspirations for sunny and hot Rio.


Paula, Rio de Janeiro.



Amazing painting from designers Supakitch and Koralie.Have a look on their website:  and



Deformable Paper Magazine Cover

German design firm Paperlux created a deformable paper magazine cover for the November issue of Novum, a German design magazine. Paperlux has posted a fascinating making-of video showing the incredibly elaborate production process for the magazine cover.

source: LaughingSquid


Luiza, from Vitoria.



At Music Philosophy there`s always a new graphic/typographic interpretation of philosophical song quotes. The blog aim to bring music and typography into live in it’s most pure, iconic and visual form.  

The posters looks so cool and the good news is that we can download them and to use as an iPhone desktop wallpaper or something else!


Priscila, Rio de Janeiro.


Mexican Skull, color, stripes and red lipstick for a fun summer @ House of Holland Pre SS 2012 collection.




House of Fun 


House of Holland Pre Spring Summer 20112. Staring-Eliza Cummings vs Neneh Cherry-‘Buffalo Stance’.


Maria Bonita Extra brought a mix between bright pallete of whites and some strong colours such as yellow, red, purple and pink. Inspiration come from  the theme “High Line”, an old train line at New Your that was recently transformed in a pleasant park.

Asymmetric shapes, scarf silky dresses with really thin strap sleeves, mini shorts, jumpsuits and skirts. All garments were thought to bring fun and freshness for us to enjoy Rio strong summer without loosing elegance.


Designers Lulu and Ana Magalhães, after the show.

Loved every single item!



Spring is going and summer is coming. So lets welcome some of the most creative windows of this season around Oxford Street, London!


Multi-coloured stadium style chairs with mannequins standing on them. Florals and colors prevail.


The DRESS UP collection is essentially a collection of party dresses described as “rock and roll cool to understated elegance”.


I like a lot the use of the elevated wooden boxes at TOPMAN.


Mix of signs and mannequins.


Fantasy, magic and lots of creativity at Selfridge`s windows.


Lights and pipes in geometric lines provides a modern mood.


Shirts are used as hat. Different colors and florals mixed together in a cheerful combination.


H&M mannequins looks very different from others stores. The heart shaped lips and wigs are are so feminine and cute!


Summer Nail Palette

Have to choose the right nail color to go with your summer outfit? Not a problem, China Glaze Nail Polish  has the whole S/S 2011 rainbow palette. 

You`ll stay on-trend right down to the tips of your toes!

Source: couturecourier

Talking about  Matt W. Moore and his MWM Graphic studio…

Three cutting-edge artists were invited to mix their talents in order to offer the French public an innovative performance, uncovering the ‘arty’ edge of the Let’s Colour Project.

This project was initiated by American mural painter MWM ( ) under people’s eyes in Marseilles, Lyon and Paris. Each stage of MWM’s work was captured on film by the young collective of directors Le Groupuscule — gathering over 700.000 images by the end of the performances — in order to make the video clip of Monsieur Monsieur’s ( ) new track “Walls are dancing”.

Really cool!


Australian designer Marc Newson has created a range of clothing featuring bold graphics for clothing brand G-Star RAW. The collection includes t-shirts, hooded jumpers and jackets with printed outlines in contrasting colours and metallic finishes.

The T-Shirts above made me smile!

Source: applearts
']); _gaq.push(['_trackPageview']); (function() { var ga = document.createElement('script'); ga.type = 'text/javascript'; ga.async = true; ga.src = ('https:' == document.location.protocol ? 'https://ssl' : 'http://www') + ''; var s = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(ga, s); })();