Part starchitect, part hermit, Ricardo Bofill is one of the most disruptive architects of his generation. “Architecture is the victory of man over the irrational: the construction of a familiar, domestic, human space,” he wrote in 1989, musing on his practice, which now spans over 56 years. He and his diversely disciplined collective, Bofill Taller de Arquitectura, who continue to work today, are infamous for the fascinating… read more » View Gallery (13 images)
You don’t have to be a fashion expert to know that tie-dye is one of the biggest trends of 2019. (I know, weird.) A quick Google search brings up dozens of articles from publications like Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, and Elle, all declaring the triumphant return of your favorite childhood print. And if you’re wondering, there are many theories as to why tie-dye is back in such a major way , with fashion houses like Prada, Proenza Schouler, and Stella McCartney implementing it into their most recent collections.
The most important character you’ve never really heard of.
Who? “Now for some news: I’m taking photographs,” wrote Florence Henri in 1927, then a painter at the Bauhaus Dessau
A lyrical legacy that’s set to remain unparalleled
I love textured leather. My first love was ostrich leather and I still remember walking down aisles of lit display cases with my sister daydreaming about one day buying each and every pebbled bag I… View Full Post The post It’s a Croc Thing appeared first on Bag Snob