The new week is inspired by the wallpaper of Natalie Lété, a french designer and artist.
Pictures via filedanstachambre.
Today I show you how you can make a wind chimes by yourself. In fact it is very easy to do it and the effect is great when you hang it on your balcony and the wind is blowing into the wind chime. You need old plastic bags, a filament in silver or gold and a calliper.
Cut the plastic bags into long stripes.
Form the filament into a wheel, where you can fix the cutted stripes with glue or staples. Fix them all around and keep the balance of colour and material.
Hang it on your balcony and *finished.
My friend Daiana has been to London and has made pictures from nice shop concepts for me to show you in my blog. Starting with LABOUR AND WAIT, situated in the Spitalfields quarter. LABOUR AND WAIT is a very nice store with household and garden accessories, clothes and nice things to buy as a gift. Have a look there!
LABOUR AND WAIT, 58 Redchurch street, London E2
The Egg store is situated in Kinnerton Street and catches with the nice shop concept all in white. I love white parquet floors! The shop is selling clothes as well as fabrics.
Egg, 37 Kinnerton Street, Belgravia, London, SW1X 8ES
A big thank you to Daiana Camastra for sharing the pics with me ♥
On Thursday I have visited the H&M Showroom in Zurich, where they have presented the new collection for Men and Ladies for Spring/Summer 2011.
I was inspired a lot by the flower theme. The flowers appear on prints, are cut out and sewed as applications or they are made with crochet laces. The colours are very soft, combined with strong blue tones, yellow, green, coral and white. Leather accessories like belts, purses and bags are a must.
Here are my favourites of the collection!
The man collection is a composition of stripes, grey melange yarns and military green. The shapes are inspired by uniforms, but in a playful and casual way.
I like the drawings on the T-Shirt!