Designer Becca McCharen’s design label, Chromat, was born after she married her love for architecture with her passion for fashion design. Her valiantly bold designs reflect the maps and scaffolding of the New York City environment. These extraordinary undergarments are awe-inspiring and truly an experimental piece. How do you wear them? Not quite sure. But, I’m willing to give it a try.
Today’s inspiration is from independent design team, NENUKKO. Their inventively minimalistic aesthetic and provocatively abstract concepts allow them to confront and surpass the classical conventions of design, fashion, and communication. Ambiguity, motion, and stagnancy are the focal points of the conceptualized short film.
This gorgeously crafted clutch by textile design and development team, Tseler+Mendelovitch is constructed of 100% ebony wood. This particular type of wood is exclusive in itself as it takes over 100 years to mature. Truly a limited edition collectors’ item, this clutch is far more than just aesthetical statement piece. The accessory embodies the directional progression towards sculptural design through natural, sustainable resources.