By adding a few magical objects and actions here and there, it’s possible to make a home feel enchanted immediately, on any budget.
Fashion's designer of-the-moment Virgil Abloh, creative director of Off-White, is working with IKEA to create a line of furniture that will launch in 2019. But he wants everyone to weigh in on what it should look like.
Heidi Klum is the name behind a full-range clothing line, and she's doing it in collaboration with German grocery store Lidl.
At the Piping Live! event in Glasgow, Scotland, in early August, men will be able to get the woven pattern dyed into their beards.
Designer Vivienne Westwood has had an extremely successful life and career. So, to celebrate the queen of British fashion’s 75th birthday, we’re looking back at some of her best designs worn by her famous friends. From the wedding dress Carrie Bradshaw wore to her almost New York nuptial to the smoking dress Rihanna wore during her Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show performance, Westwood’s creations rarely disappoint. See for yourself!
The shelter category these days is so much more than Elle Décor and Architectural Digest—or even Dwell and Surface. Readers today are looking for more than some hyper-modernist building in Sao Paolo or the latest TV celeb’s Hollywood Hills home; they may want to know how a struggling photographer turns her 300 square foot studio apartment into a gallery-like showcase for her personal objects, or what newfangled architectural ideas are capturing the zeitgeist (even if they’re never built). With out-of-the-box formats, fonts, and treatments (fabric-bound issues, anyone?), the next generation of home magazines speak to the modern individual’s interest in design.
Photography by Martyn Thompson “Our home can be a little bit disarming when you approach it at first,” says Molly Findlay about the Italianate estate she and her husband, Everard Findlay, share in the lower Hudson Valley. “But once people walk in, they feel at ease and welcome.” Findlay is a set designer and prop stylist, which, in her words, means “working with false spaces.” Originally from the Mojave Desert, she began her career as a fashion assistant at Harper’s Bazaar (where she worked closely with photographers like Patrick Demarchelier and Richard Burbridge), but she switched gears and decided to focus on prop styling — a job she still does today and describes as “working with compositions, which I like a lot.” And every shoot she works for clients like Gucci, Nike, and Sephora has helped inform her home décor POV. The Findlays’ house is in Upper Nyack, a 45-minute commute from Manhattan. Findlay says the transition has been a happy one, but the family has had to learn to master the “rural arts.” The home is situated on 5 acres of land, and, luckily for them, only minimal work was required to move in.
The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) is pretty much like the Oscars of fashion . So when CFDA award nominees Ryan Roche , Ovadia & Sons’ Ariel & Shimon Ovadia, and Rosie Assoulin offered to talk to Yahoo Style about their latest projects for this week’s episode ofUnbuttoned , we listened. (And so should you!) Together, the four fashion designers tell editor in chief Joe Zee what it feels like to have celebrities wear their clothes, how they’ve made a mark in the industry, and why listening to your instinct is crucial for creativity.
Joe Zee’s 3 Tips for Post-Graduation Success Editor-in-Chief Joe Zee delivered the Academy of Art University commencement speech for the 2015 graduating class. David & Valentina Pfeil, producers.) Hello, class of 2015! It’s such an honor to be standing up here today to help all of you celebrate your big day. I will be honest and say that when Simon (thank you) asked me to come and deliver today’s commencement speech, my reaction was a mixed bag of emotions.
Photo: Zendaya Coleman, the 18-year-old actress and singer who’s probably best known for unwittingly inspiring the implosion of E!’s Fashion Police after sporting dreadlocks at the Oscars, is now adding another title to her resume: Footwear designer. It also sounds like they’ll be more affordable than, say, actress-turned-shoe designer Sarah Jessica Parker’s eponymous line.
"I’ve always been inspired by those wacky resumes, and I recently got into home brewing,” 22-year-old Brennan Gleason told us. “And I thought: Why not put the two together?” Gleason, who recently graduated from the University of the Fraser Valley in Abbotsford, British Columbia with a diploma in graphic and digital design, started sending four-packs to various Vancouver agencies in February.