Stylist and interior designer Abigail Ahern has worked across Europe, America and the Middle East. From her travels around the world spent finding beautiful products, Atelier Abigail Ahern was launched in 2002. These images are from her own eclectic and creative home in London. Via Style Files, via Design Sponge.
Sunday, October 26, 2008
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
The reports from the spring/summer fashion shows don't get a lot of attention from me. With cold rain outside the window it is hard to imagine I will ever desire a short floral dress again. The autumn/winter collection from Proenza Schouler on the other hand is easy to love. It is filled with jewel-toned jackets, dresses worn with contrast colour stockings and suede pumps, and baggy trousers.
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
A friend of a friend of mine dealt with her breast cancer in a fantastic way. Victoria Dexback is a Swedish girl who was diagnosed and treated last winter. During her illness she came up with the idea to create a necklace to support breast cancer research. She contacted the designer Myrica Bergqvist who created DEX, an angular silver heart with a tree shaped hole and a water drop to symbolise life. The though was to create something different than what can already be found on the American market. In Sweden there is only the pink ribbon symbol but no real piece of jewellery. DEX can be worn by anyone, with or without a connection to breast cancer. DEX will be available soon at Svenskt Tenn.
Friday, October 10, 2008
Swedish glass artist Carina Seth Andersson has been collecting beautiful glass knobs for bottles for more than 20 years. One day she came up with the idea to create small flacons. She brought the knobs to her glass studio and blew a small bottle for each one. The result is gorgeous unique pieces of art.