Color Mood Board Fall/Winter ’11-’12

ELECTRIC HUES inspired by brights found in nature, specifically underwater sea life and reptiles, neons, ombre, brights with depth. The Naturals…. inspired by natural materials such as shell, leather & wood, and by textiles such as burlap, linen, cotton, hemp, wool.  Made modern mixed with metallics, structured silhouettes, ombre, tea dyed, stained, watercolor…. Black and White Graphics….. Color Pop Graphics Continue reading Color Mood Board Fall/Winter ’11-’12

Neo Minimalism: neo-geo

You gotta love Neo-Minimalism for it’s attempt to portray culture in an orderly fashion. In the neo-geo perspective of minimalism, it’s all about bold shapes, colors and sharp angles … Neo-minimalism is a rather vaguely defined art style/movement of the late 20th, early 21st centuries, in painting, sculpture, architecture, design, and music. It is sometimes referred to as “neo-geo”, “Neo-Conceptualism“, “Neo-Futurism“, “New Abstraction”, “Poptometry”, “Post-Abstractionism”, “Simulationism”, and “Smart Art”. Continue reading Neo Minimalism: neo-geo


MINIMALISM Minimalist clothing is the best blank canvas for showing off luxe fabrics, fabric contrast, precise cuts, fashion forward silhouettes and pops of color, quality and inventiveness keeps the restraint from being boring… SHE’S A LADY Ladylike fashion in all it’s glory, it’s about shape not exposure so modesty and accessories are key: scarves, hats, gloves, hoisery, belts, body shapers, high heels…colors are dusty pastels, must include a pallette in all shades of rose, crisp black & white and neutrals work too softened by feminine details, such as ruffles, puff sleeve, cinched waist…soft watercolor prints, and vintage florals in … Continue reading mood…

Minimalism -Mood for a Blank Slate

Minimalism, the clean slate of fashion, the class act, the reserved sibling of ornamental trend, from past to present it’s always here to keep us real, here’s the mood for 2011… Nonot is a minimalist graphic T-shirt label out of Germany. Who’s Afraid of Minimalism? Continue reading Minimalism -Mood for a Blank Slate

Velvet! Fall 2010 Mood Board

    There are few fabrics that can be classified as both rock and royal at the same time, velvet is one of them. There are many types, but in my opinion, crushed and burnt has the most personality, with it’s variance in color and texture.   For now velvet is at home on the street, not head to toe velvet, unless it’s the Bodkin catsuit, but as accents, trims, or one strong piece, be it shoes, skirt, jacket, vest, or a simple dress silhouette.  A little goes a long way and dressing it down is key.  Think rocker, crushed … Continue reading Velvet! Fall 2010 Mood Board