We are seriously loving Wovenplay children’s wear right now. Wovenplay is the secret to making your kid the coolest on the block. It’s difficult to find fashionable children’s wear that is unique from all the rest, and Wovenplay has done just that. Their developed, whimsical, fun aesthetic provides a consistently complete look, down to their collection, look books and videos. With their inclusion of winsome illustrations, whether it be on tights, sweaters or just their presentation, they bring a youthful look that is desired by children and parents.
There’s more! Not only does Wovenplay make the cutest clothing, but it’s all hand-crafted, and made out of sustainable fabrics. So there’s no going wrong. An extremely well-dressed child and a lower impact on the environment, sounds like a win-win to us!
Here is some of our favorite looks and a promotional video!
Be sure to check out their website to see more of their fresh clothing or to find a location near you!
Posted by florenceandmillie on June 8, 2012
Marie Hochhaus is a German photographer who creates whimsical fashion photos of women. She has been published in European magazines such as Vogue Italia, Material Girl, NEON, and most recently her work can be seen in American Publication, Elle Girl. When asked about her love of photography she said,
“Photography is a way to express my emotions. My pictures are a place to hide away, a place to be free, a voice to tell stories, a possibility to be someone else, a chance to be me, a place to grow and to never grow up.”
We absolutely lover her fanciful work and hope that you do to!
Posted by florenceandmillie on April 26, 2012
Today we are featuring photographer Max Wanger. He is a commercial and wedding photographer from Los Angeles, and goodness, his photos are just wonderful. He has reinvented traditional wedding photography with his offbeat, whimsical, and romantic images, and his unique compositions, especially his use of vast negative space, is incredibly inspiring. We love that Max pushes beyond tradition, and is not afraid to bring an artistic and creative style into his work. Not only is Max a great photographer, but after reading a couple of interviews, he seems like a pretty awesome guy. We kind of want to get coffee with him and talk about photography all day. Make sure you take a moment and spend some time on Max’s website as well as his blog!
Loving these cool polaroids:
Posted by florenceandmillie on April 20, 2012