In 2005, the oft misspelled and mispronounced jewelry line KidViskous debuted with a double tiered collection of Lucite street wear and handmade couture pieces that was designed, assembled, promoted, and […]
In 2005, the oft misspelled and mispronounced jewelry line KidViskous debuted with a double tiered collection of Lucite street wear and handmade couture pieces that was designed, assembled, promoted, and sold by solely by creator Tiffany Lee from her bedroom in Los Angeles. Inspired by Tiffany’s passion for music, her work in the music industry, and DJing on college radio, she amalgamates different musical genres and their fashion offspring into each collection. Since then, KidViskous has been featured in Flaunt Magazine, Paper Magazine, Apparel News, Daily Candy, and most recently 944 Magazine among many other fashion publications both print and online in addition to fashion shows and photo spreads. Lee’s current collection is much inspired by Daft Punk’s resurgence and the nu-rave DJ explosion using bright neons, geometric shapes, and much larger Lucite pieces than her past collections to create a more immediate aesthetic impact that reflects the lopped bass lines and synthesized sounds shaking LA dance floors for the past year.
San Valentino si avvicina e i brand si preparano a celebrarlo con tanti prodotti pensati ad hoc. Fra questi, c’è anche Wood’d, marchio italiano che si sta facendo spazio nel mondo degli accessori (e che ci piace molto).
Giocattoli “responsabili” in gomma naturale
Track of the week riapre con una collaborazione di stampo UK. In prossimità del weekend e in tempi di pandemia, un brano dal sapore elettronico.
Si ispirano alla natura, alle sue linee organiche, e all’armonia che si trova nei paesaggi nordici