Dris Van Noten Spring 2008 Menwear

Van Noten was still dwelling on how to link his own dilettante inclinations to the harder, sharper world of contemporary urbanwear, "balancing past and future," as he put it.
It was completely colorful. Drowning in blocks of sexy colors I would say. It is so sleek and silky slinky-like. The man is still there though! I see him still there!

John Galliano Spring 2009 Menswear

John Galliano's spring 2009 menswear was like paint splattered from Indian palettes. Then there was a dark mafia , gangster movement that cascaded the collection. It was one of the greatest & one of the collections that fit the trend on my blog. The water color /color box trend. I haven't gotten into things as this before. Definitely, I got out of my comfort zone. Love it all very much though. The twist of Galliano is hard to grasp. Once you do, you then begin to realize what real talent is.


Asos Got The Colors In Trend

Gio Goi Cienda Colour Striped Hooded Sweat

NOW £45.00
  • - Hooded sweat top by Gio Goi
  • - Colour stripe detail, drawstring hood
  • - Zip-through with zip front pockets

Nylon Paneled Rucksack

  • Colourblock nylon rucksack
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    Contrast front pocket, zip fastening
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    Padded adjustable shoulder straps

Clear Lens Square Corner Glasses

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    Oversized clear lens glasses
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    Coloured frames with corner detail
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    Cut-away detail to brow
Cracked Pyramid Stud Belt


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    Leather effect jeans belt
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    Double studded detail
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    Adjustable buckle fastening


Urban Outfitters Rainbow Merch.

Recycled Rice Sack Tote


Rice is so versatile! So are the bags it comes in. Planet-friendly recycled rice bag totes come in different sizes and styles and are great for everything from shopping to holding magazines or plants. Imported. Wipe clean.
* Small: 11.5"w (at its widest); 7"h; 8"d at the top, 6"d at the bottom
* Medium: 18"w (at its widest); 11"h; 14"d at the top, 9"d at the bottom
* Large: 21"w (at its widest); 9"H, 16"d at the top, 11"d at the bottom
* Recycled rice bags
* Small: $10, Medium: $12, Large: $14

SKU #15580897

Neon Plaid Scarf

$9.99(Was $24.00)

Neon Lights. Lightweight neon scarf, woven in a bright plaid and finished with fringe at the ends. Imported. Spot clean.
* 65"l, 20.5"w
* Acrylic

SKU #15287253

Ecote Patchwork Cardigan


Soft cardigan sweater cut with a v-neck and buttoned placket. Knit in a mix of coordinating yarns with ornamental stitches throughout. Exclusive to Urban Outfitters. Imported. Hand wash.
* Slim Fit
* 27"l from shoulder to hem
* Fits true to size
* Cotton

SKU #15704828

Primary Colors Tee


Soft cotton pocket tee with a diagonal rainbow stripe printed at the front. Made in the USA. Machine wash.
* Regular fit
* 27"l from shoulder to hem
* Fits true to size
* Cotton

SKU #14291793

Extreme Flashy Colors For Accessories


Dr. Martens Classic 1460 8 eye boot in an exclusive all green colourway with green leather upper, green sole, green eyelets and green laces to give it a clean, unadulterated finish. oki-ni are the only stockist of this style in men’s sizes.

The Pascal boot features Dr. Martens signature smooth leather, original air cushioned sole and 8 eyelet lace up fastening- a no frills, confident and classic Dr. Martens’ silhouette true to the core in heritage, style and design.


A Piece Sculpted like Rubrik by Margo Sawyer

I recently was amazed by this colorful piece that this brilliant women designer established. I also want to elaborate more about the vivid colors of the rainbow. Upcoming posts will be vast and sexy on this notion.
Synchronicity of Color

For Immediate Release:

In January 2008, Margo Sawyer installed Synchronicity of Color in Discovery Green, a new twelve acre park scheduled to open in downtown Houston, Texas in early 2008.

In 2005, Margo Sawyer was invited by the acclaimed landscape architecture firm Hargreaves Associates to join their design team competing to secure the commission of Discovery Green. The team won the competition and went to work on generating a design for the park which will include gardens, an amphitheater, recreation fields, a playground, restaurants, water features and an underground parking garage. Sawyer worked closely with lead architect, Lawrence Speck and the team of PageSoutherlandPage to create an overall design for Discovery Green that fully integrated the park's artistic and architectural elements.

Throughout her career, Sawyer has created installations which translate the ancient notion of a sacred space into a contemporary vocabulary. Synchronicity of Color continues her investigations with relationships between color, light, and architecture. Synchronicity of Color, her most ambitious project to date, is an architectural installation encompassing both the interior stiarwells and the exterior walls of the parking garage. Responding to the immediate architectural and natural elements surrounding the parking garage, Sawyer chose red and blue as the sources of inspiration for the color composition of Synchronicity of Color.... discoverygreen


Margo Sawyer was born in the United States and brought up in England where she received most of her formal education. Sawyer studied foundation at the Brighton Polytechnic Faculty of Art and Design; she then received a B.A. Honors Degree from the Chelsea School of Art in London. Her interest in contemporary American art led her back to the United States. She attended the sculpture program at Yale University and received an M.F.A. in 1982.

Throughout her career, Sawyer has created installations which translate the notion of an ancient sacred space into a contemporary vocabulary. The artist is particularly interested in relationships between the experience of space and the experience of transcendence -- and the ways in which architectural and ritual can converge to create a forum for contemplation and reflection. Recently, Sawyer's practice has focused on creating large scale -- often public -- installations that combine her parallel interests in art and architecture.

Sawyer's work has been exhibited both nationally in New York, Los Angeles, New Haven, Houston, Dallas, Austin and internationally in the United Kingdom, Italy, India and Japan. She is represented by Holly Johnson Gallery in Dallas, Texas. In addition to her career as an artist, Sawyer is a Professor of Sculpture/Studio Art in the M.F.A. Program at the University of Texas at Austin.