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The Met Gala theme this year was “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination” and the celebrities did not hold back. This year we saw everything from deep and rich coloured gowns to feathers, elaborate head-pieces and even wings. Here are my top Red Carpet Ready inspirations from the 2018 Met Gala.

For the sophisticated woman seeking high-quality, contemporary fashion with exclusive and daring designs, your search ends here. Wallo is a new and colourful brand that launched last year at Ogilvy’s Cabinet Éphémère. Resolutely charming and intriguing, the faces and eyes depicted in the STAND UP Wallo collection mesmerize and radiate a sweet feeling of joyfulness and confidence. Headed by visual artist and designer, Marie-Andrée Wallot, Wallo is a design and manufacturing company with their clothing line predominantly made of chiffon silk and stretch silk that is 90% charmeuse silk and

What happens when one’s passion for city grids, atlases and street maps are let loose? Modern Map Art: An art shop that takes your favorite cities, mountains, and places and turns them into beautiful works of art. Map artist, Jennifer Beck says she was inspired after returning from her honeymoon on a trip around the world. Modern Map Art is her way of taking what she had learned about the culture and colours and turning that into something special. Each grid is created using OpenStreetMaps to create the map grid,

Every now and then I come across some gorgeous patterns and textures and see the many different ways in which they can be used. Chinoiserie by TSTUDIO is just one pattern, but with any pattern, it’s easy to see a variety of uses for it in your own brand and graphic design; arts, crafts or decor. For this blog, I’m sharing examples specifically for graphic design, but there’s a chance you may walk away with some design ideas of your own. 1. Clipping Masks One thing I love to do

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