Happy Friday Friends!
I have been super busy (thus the lack of content this week), but i have been working on a few things for the blog so stay tuned as i have a post and interview with a new Australian label coming next week.
In the meanwhile here is a picture of another of my floral watercolour designs.
Have a great weekend 🙂 Luci
Really liking the collaboration between 4th and Bleeker and L.A based jewellery label Luv Aj. Isn’t the Double Septum Earring cool?
Check it … available to buy here
Watercolour Floral Design – © Luciana Corrales
Happy Friday Friends!!!
Here is another watercolour design by me, which I developed a little while ago. I cannot wait until Melbourne weather stops being so unpredictable and we get a bit of consistent sunshine so I can sit outside, in the sun and paint up some new designs and drawings.
In the meantime, stay tuned as I have some new posts on, designer profiles,products, and more trend boards coming up in the following days/weeks.
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Have a great weekend!!! xo Luciana
Hello Everyone! Here is a little trend-spotting board that i have put together of all the Blue & Red combinations going on at the moment. You can check out more Blue and Red trends on my Pinterest
Images by Vintage Traffic here & here / Badlands / Vanessa Jackman here & here / Tales of Endearment/ Bazaar / And Style.com images of Marc by Marc Jacobs, Peter Pilotto, Alice + Olivia & Dolce & Gabbana
Isn’t this necklace amazing??? I have been searching for the perfect tassel necklace for quite a while now (I saw a girl wearing a gorgeous one almost 2 years ago), but until now had not found one that I really loved. Probably because i had a very particular size and look in mind. But ahhh…here it is, the beautiful Cosmos Necklace by Mania Mania.
I love the proportion between the chain length, chunky tassel pendant and the delicate Art Nouveau inspired border. Check out their new collection “The Astral Plane” which is available to purchase online here
Also Broadsheet Melbourne told me that they are holding a pop up sale with Ellery in Melbourne this weekend. Check out Sale details here
images from the mania mania website
I saw this exhibition circulating in some overseas blogs that i follow, earlier this year and i am so excited to hear that it is coming to Sydney. (Thanks Stephanie @ Societe Perrier for the heads up)
A perfect collaboration celebrating Chanel’s Little Black Jacket, styled by Corine Roitfeld and photographed by Karl Lagerfeld. The exhibition runs from 27th October til 11th November 2012 at at Pier 2/3 13 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay, Sydney. Now to book my tickets to Sydney 🙂
When I read about the Pamela Love and Nine West collaboration the other day I think i squealed a little.
I absolutely adore (love) Pamela Love’s jewellery, and I’m always a fan of a chunky boot…so these boots just make perfect sense to me. Then I realised that you could only get them in the U.S and my squealing subsided…. but then I remembered that the boyfriend is IN NEW YORK at the moment!!!!!, and so i put in my shopping request. I got a video call this morning letting me know they soon will be on their way to Melbourne and onto my feet. I can’t wait!!! Thanks Grange you’re the best 🙂
If you’re in the U.S you can find them at Nine West
To check out Pamela Love’s website go here
Watercolour Magnolia Repeat by me © Luciana Corrales
Every Year there is one collection which I look forward to the most. This collection is ALWAYS Dries Van Noten. Dries is by far one of my favourite designers, and his collections always excite and inspire me. Therefore I thought it fitting that my first (non introductory) post be about his Spring 2013 collection.
This year was no exception and like always Dries has created a wonderfully cohesive collection. I know we always hear collections been described as “mixing masculine and feminine”, blah blah blah, but it is precisely this that Dries Van Noten does so goddamn well. The collection is just that… a gorgeous combination of Masculine shapes and patterns (see man style work shirts in tartan) intermixed with feminine fabrics like organza , and truly very beautiful screen printed florals (amazing floral pants, which i need in my life).
And although i am not usually a huge fan of the grunge movement in fashion, i have to make an exception for this collection. It is so beautifully executed,still polished,feminine and relaxed. I could definitely see myself slipping into more than a few of these looks. There are many reasons why I love Dries Van Noten and one of the main reasons, is his ability to combine, pattern, textures and silhouettes so seamlessly.
Without a doubt (and not surprisingly) one of my favourite collections this year.