I can't believe this even exist..a floating bed! A young Dutch architect has created this bed which hovers above the ground through magnetic force and comes with a price tag of 1.2 million euros ($1.54 million). A sleek black platform, which took six years to develop and can double as a dining table or a plinth.
I've been seeing this picture of these amazing pumps all over the net. Everyone wants to know who makes these fabulous shoes. The answer to that questions is Gianmarco Lorenzi. They are priced at $2800.... Here are a few other hot pairs made my Lorenzi.
You can see more of these hot shoes on farfetch.com or gregoryshoes.com
I love art and I get a kick out of seeing different types of pieces from all around the world. I came across these amazing sculptures and thought it would make a great post. When you first look at the objects it looks as if they are in motion, almost like every object is falling down, especially the “strawberry blanket”. In reality they are just natural materials, like feathers, fruits and flowers, attached to nylon threads. Sculptor Claire Morgan from Belfast is the creator of this magnificent art work.
She has exhibited internationally, with solo shows, residencies and commissions across the UK, as well as group exhibitions in Europe.
This is the 3rd Barbie by Christian Louboutin... I like this one a lot more than the Cat burglar and Dolly Forever Barbies. The fact that she is very glamorous, the way I always pictured in my head, is what I like most. I'd love if she came in more shades. This will be available at net-a-porter.com starting April 28th.
Even though I am totally against gun violence, I thought these pics made an interesting post. Artist Peter Gronquist has designed weapons labeled with different famous designer brands like Chanel, Gucci, Versace, Dolce&Gabanna, etc. He thinks that today people will put a designer label on nearly anything to look and feel awesome(I agree), so he wanted to make fun of it in a way.
The design-labeled weapons are everything from guns to bombs, even chainsaws. They have become so popular that movie character “Bruno” showed up at his own premiere in Los Angeles with a shining Chanel RGP.
“Really just wanted to make something completely ridiculous”-Gronquist