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fashionaryhand:

Craig and Karl Fashion Graphics

Craig Redman and Karl Maier, live in different parts of the world but collaborate daily to create bold work that is often filled with simple messages executed in a thoughtful and humorous way. They have exhibited across the world, most notably at the Musée de la Publicité, Louvre, and we’ve worked on projects for clients like LVMH, Google, Nike, Apple, Vogue and The New York Times.

Craig and Karl Facebook Instagram

Love these illustrations, so fresh and vibrant!

Exquisite Details at Alexander McQueen

thecuttingclass:

Exquisite Details at Alexander McQueen | The Cutting Class. Alexander McQueen, SS15, Paris.

Alexander McQueen, SS15, Paris.

For the Spring-Summer 2015 collection at Alexander McQueen, creative director Sarah Burton drew inspiration from a personal collection of kimonos collected from Japan. This resulted in garments that combined organic motifs with geometric silhouettes using exquisite construction and fabric details.

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refashioner:

VINTAGE SAMPLE SALE THIS WEEKEND..

We’re back at the Flea with the Artists—come see us! 

October 11th & 12th 10am-7pm at the adorable Artists & Fleas, (70 N7th St, Williamsburg, Brooklyn). Major steals on 1950s-1990s Fall/Winter pieces, plus some newer stuff (Rag & Bone, Vince, DVF, Marc Jacobs Black Milk, Tory Burch, etc.) See you there!

For my New York friends!

Let us be grateful to people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.

—Marcel Proust (via itsquoted)

Don’t run away from things that are unpleasant in order to embrace things that are pleasant. Put your hands in the earth. Face the difficulties, and grow new happiness.

—Thich Nhat Hanh (via van-whoa)

(via mydeadpony)

nothingpersonaluk:

AGATOLEC photo Marta Zbieroń/MILK styl & makeup Ania Rózga/MILK collection TRAPPED by Nika Danielska production 

nothingpersonaluk:

AGATOLEC photo Marta Zbieroń/MILK styl & makeup Ania Rózga/MILK collection TRAPPED by Nika Danielska production 

kqedscience:

What Does It Take To Make Meat From Stem Cells?
“One new paper, published yesterday in the journal Trends in Biotechnology, aimed to find out. It outlined a new method for growing ground beef in a lab, different from both the technique used in last year’s burger and the 3-D printing that other researchers have proposed. It also crunches some numbers on how much this animal-free beef would cost. Growing meat in lab is resource-intense and expensive, it turns out. One of the biggest costs? Feeding the little beasties.”
Learn more from popsci.

kqedscience:

What Does It Take To Make Meat From Stem Cells?

One new paper, published yesterday in the journal Trends in Biotechnology, aimed to find out. It outlined a new method for growing ground beef in a lab, different from both the technique used in last year’s burger and the 3-D printing that other researchers have proposed. It also crunches some numbers on how much this animal-free beef would cost. Growing meat in lab is resource-intense and expensive, it turns out. One of the biggest costs? Feeding the little beasties.”

Learn more from popsci.

My philosophy is that it’s better to explore life and make mistakes than to play it safe and not to explore at all.

—Sophia Loren (via itsquoted)

katharinehamnett:

Katharine Hamnett’s interview on BBC’s Radio 4 “The World Tonight” is out now: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03tt58c (33 minutes in) #payalivingwage #nomorefashionvictims #remeberranaplaza #BBCRadio4