26 posts tagged fashion
“Colors and clothes are meant to be together” - Nicely art-directed ad for Dreft washing liquid by Leo Burnett, Moscow, Russia
Pantone Fashion Color Forecast Spring 2013
Creatively photographed shoe ads for MAX Shoes by Jung von Matt/Limmat, Switzerland
It’s so unusual (but in a good way), so unique, so original that the pictures demonstrate both the shoes and the emotions on the model’s faces astonished by the shoes. I like the idea very much!
Beautifully illustrated print ad campaign with the tagline “Undomesticate” for Uranium Jeans from Santiago de Chile by advertising agency Inbrax
Nice student work for Nike Air Max by Miami Ad School
Breathtakingly beautiful, vintage, Mercedes 320 Tourbillion-styled watch by automotive enthusiast Serbian designer Marko Petrovic
Quote by Tokyo- and Paris-based fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto
‘Emerald’ is the Color of the Year for 2013
According to Pantone, “this color will be seen over the next 12 months across the fashion industry, beauty, interiors, plastics & packaging, print and graphic design.”
Although I think it’s a much better color than this year’s, does anyone still remember that the ‘Tangerine Tango’ was the Color of the Year for 2012?
Click on the picture for the details on Creative Review!
“Instinct of Color”
4 girls with different styles try to beat a black horse in a dance battle in an old, dirty warehouse. This could be the short summary of this beautifully choreographed commercial for OPI colored nail polish products straight from one of the fashion capitals of the world, Paris.
And who wins? Check out the video and find it out!
Diesel’s ‘Global Warming Ready’ campaign from 2007
Cool Ray-Ban ‘Never Hide’ print ad campaign
Click on the picture for the other pieces of the campaign!
Think outside the (shoe) box
Adidas shoe box store from 2011 installed as part of the launching of new denim line called Adidas Originals Blue Collection.
Rainbow Queen returns
Do you remember? A few days ago, I posted this infographic published in magazine Vogue and I mentioned in my post that Queen Elizabeth II has a so colorful wardrobe that she would easily fit into the role of the Pantone face, too.
Now, Pantone and Leo Burnett London came up with this limited edition nice little Pantone color wheel, named Diamond Jubilee Color Guide, based on the last 6 colorful decades of the British monarch’s notorious color-matched outfits. Each outfit lists a Pantone number, and the date and location Her Majesty wore the clothing.
A really colorful personality - Queen Elizabeth II in all the colors of the rainbow
Nice infographic by Vogue. The magazine documented every outfit The Queen wore for 1 year. As you can see, Her Majesty’s wardrobe is so colorful that she would easily fit into the role of the Pantone face, too.