What a lovely day for some pool time.
We took an old camera into the pool to see what would happen. We got some pretty sweet looking shots. These aren’t even the HALF of it.
This is an amazing promotional idea from Louis Vuitton.
For those of you who don’t know, Louis Vuitton was started because all of the people who were buying couture garments needed a clean, smart, and luxurious way to store them and travel with them. It wasn’t motivated by design in the traditional fashion sense, but instead by the need for a packing product that could stand up to the needs of the burgeoning couture industry.
This video that illustrates a new section of the Louis Vuitton website keeps that spirit alive as they inform us of the best ways to store and travel with garments.
For the Grand Bazar at LaForet in the Harajuku district in Tokyo this year, they are making costumes out of paper:
I love the intense colors and the detailed patterning. This is truly impressive and is a good merging point between fashion and the model building aspect of architecture.
Here is the stop motion commercial which has been airing all over Japan promoting the show.