Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Cultura Shock


Recently, a lot of my favorite new designers have roots in textile design. Jennifer Jennings, the designer behind Oakland based Serial Cultura, studied traditional fiber arts at the Kansas City Art Institute, and her pieces reflects a love for mixing incredible prints with structured silhouettes. The fabrics are all either hand printed or digitally printed from original artwork, and I love the psychedelic swirl prints Jennings created for Fall 2009. I'm totally broke, but a few of these pieces (including the beautiful scarf above) are on sale for 50% off at La Rousse.



-Tiffany

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7 comments:

Amanda said...

ahh those are amazing scarves. I'm still in search of something different like that for the upcoming winter. but unfortunately most good ones are waaay out of my beer pocket price range :(

Kristina said...

thanks to you i'm broke now ;) i couldnt resist to buy the shirt -> http://a-cocktail-a-day.blogspot.com/2010/01/serial-cultur-melissa-fetish-i-love-you.html

have a nice day!

Noelle said...

They trip me out a little. And I didn't say that about the Kouklitas, but these are a little too far out.

noura. said...

those pictures are sexyy

Eliza said...

those scarves are gorgeous!

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stacy said...

Great prints!

rebecca said...

awesome!!!! jen is a great friend of mine and soooo talented! the fall 2010 collection is just as fantastic, stay tuned, we're shooting the lookbook next week!