3D Printed Watches are a Thing Now

In case you didn’t know.

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Notaroberto – Boldrini Studio is killing the integration with design and tech with one of their newest projects STEP. It includes using a 3D printer to make different things come to life, in this case watches. With Watch.STEP, you can wear the future on your wrist in an aesthetically pleasing fashion, which is all we could ever want. Get yours here.

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Velvet and Embroidery

Recently I’ve been learning embroidery, and finally tested it out by doing an eye design on the collar of an old button down. It made a shirt I didn’t wear anymore much more edgy and playful, and was the perfect complement to the funky, crushed velvet blazer I recently acquired during holiday sales. Look for an embroidery DIY coming soon!!!

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(wearing TopShop blazer)

Miu Miu’s Found Narratives

Ever since my mom decided to gift me a yearly subscription to Vogue (a great gift idea to a young fashion connoisseur, by the way), I’ve tried to fill my spare time by flipping through the latest issue’s pages. Maybe it’s the advertising nerd in me, but my favorite part of Vogue is the advertisements of various high fashion brands. In particular, Miu Miu’s latest campaign has me dying to be a part of the luxurious weekend away they created.

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The Floating Piers

If there’s one duo I fell in love with my freshman year of art school, it was Christo and Jeanne-Claude. The two specialize in lovely enhancements of nature by installing temporary silk structures as fences, curtains, or in this case, floating bridges. From June 18th to July 3rd, Italy’s Lake Iseo will have 100,000 square meters of silky gold fabric stretching out all over the water, allowing visitors to walk around the Italian Islands like never before. Its truly a beautiful idea and experience that most of us will sadly miss (myself included), so please enjoy these official photos from The Floating Piers Press Release, and awe your friends as well!

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Want to find out more? Go to The Floating Piers official website here