Today I was fancy.
The rich, warm tones of Seal Creek in Crojingolong National Park are the result of forest tannins leaching into the waters upstream. Croajingolong National Park protects 100km of eastern Victorian wilderness coast.
Photo credit: Don Fuchs/Australian Geographic
This “Puffy Clouds Embroidery Dress” was made in a Swiss embroidery mill. Each flower motif is made of organza and hand-stuffed with three meters of yarn. Jacobs’s design studio, which commissioned the fabric, paid €8,000 a meter. The fabric took three people one week to make. The dress will be lent out on a limited basis to celebrities and magazines, and then, at the end of the season, it will be retired to the archives. It’s also available by special order for $28,000.
This dress has been on my mind a lot lately.
I really wish I could see it without the ugly-ass jacket and shoes and with some more delicate styling.
I tried to understand Jacobs’ angle on his 2014 stuff but I just can’t fucking brain it.
Carl Gustav Jung (via bulostcity)