Tuesday, 31 March 2009

The Way I See It - Raphael Saadiq

For those of you who are fans of 1960's - 1970's soul. It's worth you checking out Raphel Saadiq new ablum, The Way I See It. This is an ablum where Saadiq has looked on those who he admired when he was young, to rebirth soul music with interesting results!

Courtesy of Raphael Saadiq © 2009
© 2009 Charlie Mack

Thursday, 26 March 2009

Isabel Marant S/S09

A little bit of country, a bit of rock and roll. What an adorable spring summer 2009 collection from French Fashion designer Isabel Marant.

Courtesy of Isabel Marant © 2009
© 2009 Charlie Mack

Damien Hurst Butterflys

I was just browsing the internet when I came across this beautiful, wonderful butterfly collage by Damien Hurst, very inspiring!

Courtesy of Damien Hurst © 2009
© 2009 Charlie Mack

House of Harlow 1960

I am loving Nicole Richies jewellery line, House of Harlow 1960. Nicole worked with Pascal Mauawad to create this 1960's - 1970;s collection inspired by her own extensive jewellery collection. The launch of this line was at Kitson, Melrose, USA, pieces included, multi coloured pyramid bracelets, leather star burst rings and gold plated pave stations necklaces.

Courtesy of Nicole Richie © 2009
© 2009 Charlie Mack

Wednesday, 11 March 2009

Liberty Print Nike Dunks

Back by popular demand, Nike and Liberty have collaborated again after the success of their May 2008 designs. For Liberty card holders check out their website by 31st March, in order to enter the competition to win a pair of exclusive Liberty print Nike dunks.

Courtesy of Opening Ceremony © 2009
© 2009 Charlie Mack

Monday, 9 March 2009

Goodbye Mayle

I was sad to read that British born designer Jane Mayle will no longer be continuing with her Fashion line MAYLE. A friend of mine, London based designer Zakee Shariff introduced me to this label last year and I have been adoring it ever since. I will certainly look forward to Jane's next creative ventures.

Courtesy of Mayle © 2009
© 2009 Charlie Mack

Sunday, 1 March 2009

Alexander Girard Prints

Walking around Brick Lane today I noticed a print similar to that of graphic textile designer Alexander Girard. He trained in architecture but he is best known for his textiles featuring stripes, circles, triangles and his love for Mexican folk art. It is the sense of fun that he brings to his prints that inspires me.

Courtesy of Alexander Girard © 2009
© 2009 Charlie Mack