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Luke Stephenson focusses on owls for Agi & Sam’s football-themed Topman collection

In his latest venture, Luke Stephenson has been asked to create the lookbook for the fashion design duo, Agi & Sam. Their much talked about new line for Topman that draws inspirations from owls in association with football is a fantastically inventive collection, made all the better by Luke’s shoot. He even took a few sneaky pics of the designers themselves in true, vintage football sticker style.


Namibians wearing Brother Vellies (Schier Shoes)

“Velskoen, pronounced “fell-skoon” and known colloquially as “vellies,” are the ancestor of the modern-day desert boot. Vellies were first made in the 1600s, inspired by the footwear of the Khoikhoi tribe and crafted using raw materials. Later, our vellies were adapted by British travellers, packaged and renamed to be what we now know as desert boots.

Brother Vellies by Schier Shoes are made in the coastal town of Swakopmund, Namibia. There, a small group of eight Damara gentlemen assemble every shoe by hand, turning out just 20 pairs an afternoon.

…Vellies are made of vegetable-dyed Kudu leather. The Namibian government mandates the culling of these large native antelope to control their population. Kudu skin yields amazingly durable leather and suede that ages exceptionally well. Because these hides are taken from wild animals they often show scars or other “imperfections” that domesticated hides do not.” 

(via dianebluegreen)

Long Tran SS13 Campaign - Elpis Triangle


A brilliant shoot for Vogue Nippon by Lacey and Andrew Gallimore using Craig & Karl illustrations


This pop-art themed shoot for Vogue Nippon is the brainchild of British photographer Lacey, a Royal College of Prinitng graduate. She worked with make-up guru Andrew Gallimore, and they commissioned the brilliant Craig & Karl to produce some 2D illustrations that could be mixed into the images.




“Sewing the Invisible” by Jum Nakao.

(via unicorn-meat-is-too-mainstream)

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Madame Peripetie - Dream Sequence


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