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no pattern.

started in 2003 when designer chuck anderson was just seventeen years old, when chuck decided he wanted to put his work up online for the world to see. with time nopattern evolved into a larger company and into a design studio. inspiring stuffs!

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sneaky peak..

..of some digi printing on tuesday. this design will be used to make one of my garments for my final show. i will then have the horrible task of choosing just one to take to new designers in london at the end of june. im hoping that they all turn out really well and it makes it a hard decision! ..fingers crossed ( :

beguiling begonias.

florals from the birmingham botanical gardens back at the start of march.. i love the natural composition of the flowers and petals from this image. pens used: pilot g-tec 0.4 , muji fineliner 0.38 & uni pin fine line 0.1.

markus lupfer.

quick post before bedtime, a cutesy jumper from london based designer markus lupfer available on for more on lupfus hit his website at

miu miu fall 2011.

smooth lines and 40’s-esque styling with miu mius new collection for autumn 2011. loooove the white flowers and bird detailing on the long sleeved, knee lengthed, black dresses teamed with gorgeous vintagey oversized coin purse style clutches.

moxie and oliver.

these beautiful bags are made by tooling the leather and combining more traditional techniques with modern ones ( : for more go


b e a u t i f u l l l l illustrations from artaksiniya with the combinations of sketches, patterns, colours and simple vintage-esque backgrounds ( : see more at :

matthew williamson pre a/w 2011

sexy new colour palette from mister williamson. loving the shapes and the lengths with the brown opposed to a harsh black.

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the colours remind me of the darjeeling limited ( :

love that film


fireworks sparklers bonfire bbq & vino =

.. a lovely guy fawkes evening ( : on the allotments in peterborough

recycling&upcycling fashion

displayed in kulturen (lund) these garments are put together by recycling materials such as paper, rubber, ribbon, belts, and more. ( :