Botanical Sculptures by Hitomi Hosono

Drawing botanicals is meditative and oh so satisfying. But sculpting them the way Hitomi Hosono does, is downright obsessive. These are very beautiful and impressive. via here.

Ace & Jig

It's no secret that we are bonkers for Ace & Jig and their Spring line is no exception. The textile and silhouettes communicate such a global multicultural world view--India, Africa, Japan, Americana, all living

Tectonic Geometry by Louise McRae

Like shifting tectonic plates, the two splintered wood pieces above make for an excellent geo inspiration for us print designers. Below, her more explosive compositions are dynamic and exciting.

Tarot Prints at Dior

Just had to share this story about the tarot card dresses at Dior. With Maria Grazia Chiuri debuting her first collection for the house, her collection referenced a lot of interesting

Art | Painted Plaid

Optical lines with shifting colors and hand painted techniques--quite a nice inspiration for a plaid collection.

Color | Sunshine Day

  Don't let cloudy weather get you down. Bask in sunny colors and exude the joys of summer wherever you are.

Matthew Stone paintings

Discovered the work of Matthew Stone from this video on Nowness, which explores the artists passions and creative motivations. He spoke a lot about his desire to change the

Ditsy Print Trend

We're loving Isabel Marant's vintage inspired ditsies! They're reminding us of many of the prints in our collection. Log in here to see the exclusive prints and view more in our non-exclusive


  Go for bold with extreme embellishment and marching band references. Especially loving Dolce & Gabbana's luscious collection.    
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