Psychedelic Shades

Photographs by Adam Katz Sinding.


On the Fence



Sassy sophistication. Bright and bold that is beyond beautiful. If you are looking for a statement color palette, magenta paired with green and accents of bright teal may be worth considering. An office space should be light-filled with plenty of work space and inspiration. This color palette keeps it lively yet very approachable and warm. Finish the look by using white accents and simple decor to keep the attention on color and the work at hand.

Confident with color. Smaller spaces are rooms that give you the chance to be bold. The tried and true rule that these rooms should only be painted light colors is meant to be broken. Clear, bright hues can trick they eye to expand the space. Choose an energetic and vibrant hue for a place like a powder room and you’ll be sure to wow guests. Bonus: Reds, pinks and even some purples like this sharp magenta will cast a rosey glow on your complexion.

Parasol, ca. 1890s
via The Met

I LOVE Kelly Osbourne’s gravity-defying top-knot and makeup at New York Fashion Week!
She hasn’t been this exciting since her lavender-hair look awhile back. 
Whether you like her or not, this miss has grown up from awkward angsty teen to fab fashionista, and she’s looking incredibly sleek in this retro-getup mashed with sci-fi neon colors. 
And damned if that slick hairdo doesn’t bring out her beautiful facial structure.
To recreate the look (on the face; I can’t help you with that hair!), you’ll need black liner and the most insane pink lipstick around. Namely MAC Candy Yum Yum Lipstick or Barry M Shocking Pink Lip Paint.
For those with darker skins, you can also try NYX matte lipstick in Shocking Pink or Nars Schiap.

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Tamara Mellon’s London Flat Take 1…

'Frock of Ages' - Elise Crombez in Christian Dior Haute Couture by Irving Penn (Vogue Nippon October 2003)