*images via vogue.com
So..in summary, this collection is breathtaking. After taking over the house of McQueen, Sarah Burton turned to what inspires and heals us…nature. The collection is amazing from far away, but to grasp the intensity and pure beauty of these garments one really needs to see the garments in person(don’t we all wish) or check out the detailed photographs available(thank you style.com & vogue!). As a textile designer, the textures and materials used are a huge source of inspiration and will definitely influence my work for future collections. Enjoy these photos I put together and look for more to come in the next few days…
Usually prints are confined to the lining or the sole of the shoe, but how awesome are these printed satin heels?
*Photograph by Joel Sartore
* image via National Geographic
So..this feels a little lame, but I have to mention Anthropologie again. With print mixing and matching sweeping the nation, Anthropologie came out with this really cute way of showing consumers how they to can create their “own dream team of unique sheets and lavish toppers.” If you need a break from your work day, play around with it and just see what cool combos you can come up with…
*image via Anthropologie