1. Seychelles Trend Watch: Mid-Century Pop

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    See this playful spring trend come to life thanks to color-blocking, retro square heels and a bright punch of color!

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    • Lloyd Klein Fall Winter 2004 /2005 - Out Of Africa

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      Lloyd Klein Fall Winter 2004 /2005 is inspired by the rich textures, markings, skins and furs of the indigenous wildlife that are the Serengeti and the adaption and creative response celebrated by the native Massai tribal people who live in harmony with it's magnificence. Lloyd Klein imagines how might a woman who travels to this African region communicate her experience of Africa once back into the social swing of a sophisticated urban woman non-verbally and exclusively through her wardrobe and maquillage. She is beast and human, warrior and predatory, goddess and sanguine ... she is after all, a "socialite" living in the concrete jungle..

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      • Parliament House in Bucharest, spring time lapse

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        I've just decided not to keep the time lapse sequences anymore in my drawer, awaiting for the epic film that I would create with them. So I'm releasing them in small groups, just as nice frames of my life and what I enjoy looking at. More details here: http://parcfilm.ro/time-lapse-de-primavara-cu-flori-si-casa-poporului/

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        • Y-3 Spring/Summer 2013 Runway Show (HD)

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          The Y-3 ten year anniversary collection for S/S 2013 blends past and future to create futuristic interpretations of its sport-style signatures. http://www.facebook.com/adidasY3 This season, in celebration of its 10th anniversary, Y-3 blends past and future to create vivid and futuristic interpretations of its sport-style signatures. The result is a look forward at the 10 years to come, rather than a look back at the 10 years past. Shown on Manhattan's far west side on Sunday, September 9, 2012, as part of New York fashion week, the Y-3 collection explored iconic elements of the label's pioneering aesthetic: the acid-bright prints; the bold, voluminous silhouettes; the graphic three-stripe motif; and the influential breakthroughs in footwear and apparel. Yohji Yamamoto, the label's designer, described an act of "walking backward into the future," suggesting an unabashed embrace of all things Y-3. As artist Devan Harlan's 3-D projections transformed the St. John's Center space, models walked the runway to original music by Jiro Amimoto while a front-row crowd of David Beckham, Michael Stipe, A$AP Rocky, Anton Yelchin, Brook Lopez, Isabel Lucas, Lupe Fiasco, Jesse Williams, Natasha Bedingfield, Casey Spooner, and Laure Shang looked on. The collection sought to reexamine Y-3's founding mission: to define the future of sport and style. First and foremost, this meant the inclusion of eye-bending graphic prints, three motifs—called "Feather," "Water," and "Thorn"—in brilliant hues of orange, blue, pink, and green. These prints swirled across everything from mesh parkas, baseball caps, and silk scarves to stretch tights, canvas totes, and ruffle gloves. In similarly graphic fashion, Y-3 deployed the adidas three-stripe motif to dramatic effect: emblazoning it in varying widths on billowing coats, pleated skirts, and bold accessories. This season, Y-3 also channeled a classic sophistication, embodied for women in refined tennis dresses with pleated skirts, jersey shirts with tiered ruffles, and mesh swing dresses with asymmetric draw-cord details. While volume was present, there was a feminine silhouette and a newfound focus on the waist. Whether it was a neat blazer in micro French terry, a cropped blouson jacket, or a short-sleeve trench-coat dress, these pieces embraced a womanly elegance. The men's collection also displayed a lightness and a lack of construction, presenting easy parkas, linen blazers, oversize shorts, and dress shirts inlaid with contrasting patterns of black and white. Prints served as the basis for footwear that built on adidas tradition, reinterpreting the shell-toe shoe and other classics. Cut-out wedges and open-toe strappy sandals added serious height, while men's footwear played with Y-3 signatures to create a myriad of printed and striped options. Sleek sunglasses, produced in collaboration with Linda Farrow, completed the look, along with delicate man-made "straw" visors and chic riding hats. Backstage, Beckham shared his fondness for the label. "I really appreciate the fact that adidas had the vision 10 years ago to team up with Yohji Yamamoto. Y-3 is a perfect fusion of sport and fashion—absolutely pioneering." Of the collection, Mr. Yamamoto said: "My desire was and still is to make sportswear elegant and chic. With Y-3, we created something that did not exist before. After 10 years, we are falling in love with the three stripes once more." Member of the Executive Board adidas Group, responsible for Global Brands, Erich Stamminger added: "Ten years ago, adidas and Yohji Yamamoto launched a collaboration that opened up a new market segment. The success of Y-3 is due to the integrity of Yohji's designs and the authenticity of the adidas brand. Only the brand with the three stripes can do this."

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          • BOO - BOOPACKS SPRING 2015

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            www.boopacks.com BOO presents a HANDMADE DRAWSTRING BACKPACK - BOOPACK. You can order your favourite boopack on www.boopacks.com. Enjoy! Created by : VA Produced by : Mark Pirc Music : The Black Keys - Little Black Submarines Cast : Katarina Bučar Dominika Bučar

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            • Spring 2015

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              Travelled for three months and stayed in the Philippines, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. Before I travelled I was worried that I would be in danger, of the locals being indifferent, of the people I met being difficult to get on with but a few days into it I realised that there was no need to feel troubled or weary in my surroundings, and everywhere I went I spoke and made friends with locals and people from all over the world who were like-minded and incredibly fun to be around. Travelling has broadened my view of the world and shown me that there is more to life than the little city we live in. I've felt in awe of the workings of nature and man; the incredible sunsets, the villages hidden away in thick jungle, the monuments in Cambodia and Thailand. I've seen extremities of poverty and learned of the corruption in a few of them. It has made me see that the freak incidents reported in the news aren't representative to a nation or their people, and that the world isn't cruel or difficult to live in, but that we make it difficult for ourselves by believing everything that is told to us, without having seen it. Being abroad has taught me to treasure everything and everyone; it's developed my teamwork, communication and my confidence - and a whole host of other skills. Travelling has shown me the disparity between where myself and the locals of these countries, and by that I don't mean that I or we are above them, but the exact opposite. If we were to strip away the economic connotations of 'better off', I'd say that they were - they've grasped the concept of happiness in an objective sense. We find happiness through property and when we get bored - which is inevitable - we work for more. Theirs is social; the purest level of happiness. Everybody knows, or knows of everyone. Everybody works to better the community, everyone welcomes each other, everybody tries to, or gives the help we need. We get through our lives not knowing our neighbours properly and shy away from conversations with people who we don't know, yet we still go through life wanting to meet new people while judging them before we've spoken to them. We go through life living in the comfort of our society, while still being uncomfortable with what we have. With our busy lives and constant desire for 'more', we never learn to appreciate what we have around us. These three months, I've felt alive everyday, done something everyday, and met people from all around the world. Everything I've done, the places I've walked through, the parts of the world I've had time to stop in and admire, the guys and girls I've travelled with - I've definitely cherished all of it. This video is just a small portion of what I've been up to.

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              • LOOKBOOK - WEEBIT - S/S 2015

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                LOOKBOOK - VIDEO - WEEBIT - SPRING / SUMMER 2015 ONLINE SHOP: www.weebitshop.de Photo: Lena Geib - www.lenageibphotographie.de Models: Claudia Schumacher & Anastasia Karagiozidou Hair&Make-up: Maria Karagiozidou

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                • Salem Cigarettes

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                  A tongue in cheek re-imagining of a 1960's Salem Cigarettes commercial.

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                  • МЕГА — New Spring Collections 2014

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                    Отчетное видео о весенних коллекциях в МЕГЕ 2014 Постановка: Миша Петрик Анимация: Миша и Лёша Петрик Арт-Директор: Маша Пацан Копирайтер: Наташа Ромашева

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