Coco and Breezy

All good things come in two, cutting edge twins Corianna and Brianna otherwise known, as Coco and Breezy, are the founders of the eyewear brand, which is based in New York City. The twin’s bold style and original taste in fashion was initially misunderstood but is now accepted, as they continue to create their unique signature style. They have been projecting cool and confidence ever since 2009 and their eyewear is loved by many. Numerous people have been featured wearing the brand’s eyewear in publications such as GQ, Nylon and Dazed and Confused.

coco x breezy (courtesy of fashionbombdaily.com



Haim landscape

Californian all-girl indie rock band have caught our eye, the band compromises of three sisters, Este, Danielle, Alana Haim and their friend, drummer Dash Hutton. What we love about Haim is their luscious 70s and 80s soft rock paired with rhythmic toughness of 90s R&B. We love Haim’s new album, Days Are Gone, it has that sun-kissed Californian authentic sound, which appeals to any music lover.

HAIM images courtesy of guardian.com

Nike SB Janoski Digi Floral Desert Camo

nikesb_janoski_camofloral_indexThe Janoski silhouette has had huge success and Nike is proud to present their new floral release, for A/W13. The new colours are as follow, blue flower print combined with a digitalised desert camouflage, making for a unique pattern which expands upon the aesthetic of the original model released six moths ago. The Nike SB Janoski, Digi Floral Desert Camo will be available in limited release from Friday 27th September 2013. First come, first served. 

 images courtesy of huhmagazine.com

Etsuko Fukaya

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Japanese artist Estuko Fukaya, has created a dazzling collection of incredible etchings. It’s easy to get lost in the ornate details, with the vigorous creatures filling every inch of the enriched world that the artist has created. Fukaya specifically chose etching as a way to express those details and allow her to draw extremely delicate lines. Even though it’s done in black ink on white paper, it looks amazingly magical and cinematically fine-looking.

courtesy of animalrium.blogspot.com

Henryk Lobaczewski


Photographer, Henryk Lobaczewski has just completed a portrait editorial that is a classic contrast laced with a drop of contemporary twist. Exquisite model, Emily Green posed for him as the winter’s new dark obsession; with her Snow White-esque features she evokes a medieval beauty. Black, red and white have joined forces with sensual sheer, sharp cuts and of course, the always compulsory amount of leather…a visual hide- and-seek.

images courtesy of trendland.com