Paul Philp could be considered a master potter, with 40 years of ceramic artistry in his resume. Paul’s technique is unique to each piece he builds by hand, without the use of coils or slabs. Philp enjoys the slow, natural process of watching his work evolve over time through the drying process. This process allows for individualistic identity to form within each piece. Continue reading
Jacquemus debuted his Fall 2018 collection, titled “Le Souk,” this past week at Paris Fashion Week. Jacquemus draws his inspiration for his collection from his favorite holiday location of Morocco. Where the designer says he likes to go when looking for peace, relaxation and a little bit of inspiration. Jacquemus reinvents the summer destination to fit the fall persona by incorporating: light weight knits, harvest colors, neutral accessories and mustard, rust and burnt orange, close toed ballroom heels. Continue reading
Mark Rothko was a Russian, turned American painter, who moved to the US in the early 1900’s. Rothko is now known as one of the best abstract painters in the US. Rothko did not believe in placing himself into one specific genre or category of art. However, most art historians and critics consider Rothko’s work to be abstract expressionism. Continue reading
Jane Wheeler is a Norfolk potter who obtained her ceramics degree from the Bath Academy of Art, Corsham. Jane has spent most of her life designing hand-knit sweaters, however she returned to her true love of potting in 2003.
Nobue Ibaraki is a minimalist potter based in Tajimi Japan. Nobue‘s work is clean, effortless and earth toned. One can identify an Ibaraki simply by the pot’s neolithic shape and handles, abnormal proportions, hand-built appearance and paddled designs.
Preen by Thornton Bregazzi started as a small boutique in London’s Notting Hill, through the seasons Preen has grown into a globally recognized brand, showcasing their latest designs on some of the largest world stages, such as London Fashion Week and New York Fashion Week, seasonally.
Straw is formally known as an agricultural by-product… this Spring 2018, straw is one of the most eco-friendly fashion trends of the season. Straw has graced countless runways this season, such as Missoni, Ellie Saab, Loewe, Badgley Mischka and Jacquemus.
Ethan Cook is a Brooklyn-based Contemporary painter, his beautifully simplistic work stands apart from the status quo. Cooks use of: geometric shapes, natural fibers, irregular linear forms, and usage of everyday textiles in his designs creates a refreshing breathe of simplicity that leaves his viewers breathless.
Jacquemus debuted his latest Spring 2018 collection late September, this minimalistic collection was inspired by the French native’s late mother’s impeccable methods of dressing. The easy pieces are constructed of linen, cotton and lightweight wool, draping the wearer with the finest natural earth derived materials.