“The world would be a brighter, happier place, if we could only remember our childhood wonder.”
― P.J. Roscoe, Freya’s Child
Classix II – Boemia by Fornasetti
Designer @Jackiejslee played with pops of colour and texture against a minimal monochromatic palette.
J. Js Lee Autumn Winter 2015
Rococo meets modernin the master bedroom with a painting by South African artist Beezy Bailey (beezybailey.co.za) above the bed from La Maison London (atlamaison.com), custom-upholstered by Turner Pocock (turnerpocock.co.uk).The bedside lights are by Andrew Martin (andrewmartin.co.uk) and the bespoke cabinets by Turner Pocock. The walls are paintedin Farrow & Ball Old White (farrow-ball.com).
Slingback mules in 70’s florals styled with knitted socks at @carven_paris
Carven A/W 2015
Paris Fashion Week
“The true optimist not only expects the best to happen, but goes to work to make the best happen. The true optimist not only looks upon the bright side, but trains every force that is in him to produce more and more brightness in his life….”
― Christian D. Larson
Gilded headboad, Annie Sloan’s book, “Color Recipes for Painted Furniture”
by Yangyang Pan
Children’s drawings are the print of choice for @dolcegabbana #AW15 adding a touch of innocence and whimsy to the collection .
“Be determined that you will let every dream of yours be released to the fullest capacity. Brighten your picture!”
― Israelmore Ayivor, Dream Big!: See Your Bigger Picture!
Patched and pieced fur spotted at @msgm
MSGM A/W 2015
Milan Fashion Week
“It was the possibility of darkness that made the day seem so bright.”
― Stephen King, Wolves of the Calla
by Yangyang Pan