70s 80s 90s

They say that fashion is cyclical, that certain trends never die - they just return down the road, slightly updated. These fashion spreads are shining examples of decade trends gone right!

1970s inspiration from S Moda magazine:

Vogue Spain features 1980s fashion:

1990s influence in The Edit from Net-A-Porter:



Style in Unexpected Places

With the right lighting, wardrobe and supermodel, even everyday places like the laundromat or the airport can be the setting of a high fashion editorial.

From the December issue of Vogue Japan magazine:

And Rosie Huntington-Whiteley featured in the November issue of Vogue Mexico:

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It's Always Sunny in Antarctica

While some photographers might tackle the subject of "global warming" with a heavy hand, Gray Malin uses a more tongue-in-cheek approach. On location in Antarctica, this photo series expresses the theory that our coldest continent is warming up with the use of brightly colored beach toys and summer props. I think it looks rather inviting! 

I appreciate the whimsical way Malin captures the idea of a shifting climate, juxtaposing the beautifully natural with the playfully man-made. 

And check out some behind-the-scenes video from Malin's shoot in Antarctica HERE
Penguins tried to steal the show...

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Frozen Windows

This art instillation by Baptiste Debombourg must be a stunning sight in person because it's captivating even in photographs. The piece is titled Aerial and is on quiet display in the Brauweiler Abbey in Germany. Comprised of glass and paint, Aerial looks like windows have melted and frozen simultaneously. I imagine the wintry outdoors creeping its way in with icy fingers and a cracking glass sound.

What are your thoughts on Aerial? Beautiful, aggressive, or both?

If you're intrigued, check out other works by Debombourg. 
He does very cool things with glass and metal. 

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Bohemian Autumn

In high school I was all about the hippie, Bohemian look: Birkenstock sandals, linen pants, earthy textures, hair jewelry. I listened to Bob Marley, and I constantly burned patchouli scented incense. That's what Austin, Texas was all about! So every now and then I see a piece or collection that gives me a warm nostalgia for my closet of yesteryear, like these current boho styles from Free People and Love & Lemons.

From Free People's November lookbook:

From Love & Lemons' holiday lookbook:

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