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Architecture & Structure

I’ve combined these photos and wanted to share with you as totally new story. Somehow I can see or at least my mind try to find analogy and conformity between these pics. Definitely, here are some kind of hidden mystery – something more than simple architecture or structure of material. It’s so mind blowing beauty with indefinable magnificence…


Source: tumblr and google.

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The born of Red bottom Shoes…

It’s an amzaing journey to the place there Red bottom Shoes are born…with the main master on top – the studio of Christian Louboutin.

– “The first high heels I designed at the age of twelve “.

What are your favourite places to find inspiration in Paris? – My BAD.

Why did you start putting red on the bottom of your shoes? – It’s a green light – “Follow me young man!!!…style with the colour of passion.

For more, please read here.

All photos belongs to The Selby.

Story and all photos viaThe Selby

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Inside Tibi Designer’s Wardrobe

It’s already the second day and I can’t get enough of Amy Smilovic style..and her shoes of course. Really was nicely surprised how smart she dress and looks. So, today I’m searching, browsing, scrolling…againa and again about Amy…

Is it some kind of serious obsession? =)

5 Things Amy can’t live without:

  • 1. Her amazing boys
  • 2. Bobbi Brown cheek cream in pale pink
  • 3. Labello lip balm
  • 4. Blackberry
  • 5. Japanese sketching pens HI-TEC in 0.3 tip

Amy: I a-dore snakeskin. Just cried when I found these Miu Miu booties. And then, really, there are no words for the Célines: they’re so ‘cool-guy-in-the-back-of-a-bowling-alley’ type shoe…(Shoes, Céline; Boots, Miu Miu).

Amy: I lean so much towards female designers; I think they really get that you can be feminine without piles of ruffles. Phoebe just nails this for me: the shoe is slick and bright yet quite clean and sharp at the same time. I would cry if this had a bow on it somewhere. I think Céline is just amazing for looking very minimal, but quite feminine at the same time. (Shoes, Céline).

Amy: Oh I spent my life hunting down this Balenciaga clutch. I’m so into graphic black and white. (Shoes, Céline; Clutch, Balenciaga).

Amy: I look at my Prada items as museum pieces. When I shop Prada it’s always with the idea of what will I want to keep forever, and even hand down one day. With two boys, I’m S.O.L. on that, I’m going to have a very lucky daughter in-law—she better have great taste. (Clutch, Prada).


Amy: After Acne’s runway show I headed right to the store and put this vest on reserve. I.Love.It! (Vest, Acne; Boots, Chruch’s of London; Heeled Loafer, Céline; Loafer, Miu Miu)


Amy: I went through hell to get this sweater: calling Browns in London, ordering it online, and then getting notice a week later that they had oversold; and the whole time, they had it at Kirna Zabete. There’s something so campy about it.

Amy: I live in black, white, blush and grey. I get crazed if I’m not in neutrals when I’m designing. But I always love to have something on that’s a shot of colour—it really does lift my mood.

All photos belongs to the Ccoveteur.

All story and photos via thecoveteur.

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Inside Tibi Designer’s House

My today’s inspiration – Amy Smilovic (designer and founder of Tibi). Amy and her family changed big city life at NYC to a spacious house at Greenwich, Connecticut to be near to the nature and feel beauty of every season …and I think it’s so good idea, especially for family life. All story & interview you can find here.

 Some my favourite (most inspiring) Q&A you can find below:

Any tips for aspiring young designers? What’s one lesson you wish someone had told YOU?
“Stay true to your vision. Things may seem daunting and overwhelming in the beginning, but keep going. If you have the motivation and excitement you can make it work.”

What about your own wardrobe — do you find yourself designing clothes for yourself?
“I design now for myself more than ever, there isn’t a piece in the collection that I wouldn’t wear. I love to mix and match designers, but every day my outfit incorporates at least one Tibi item.”

 What is your typical daily uniform?
“It totally depends on my mood. It can range from my R13 jeans, Balenciaga tee, and Acne booties, to a vintage Prada dress with a wide leather belt and Tibi heels.”

Do you have any hard-and-fast rules for your own personal style?
“Always feel confident. If you don’t, even the coolest outfit won’t look right. And, dress for your mood and schedule. One thing today may be totally wrong for the next.” 

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