JESSICA ADAMCZYK, 19, STOMATOLOGY STUDENT, POLAND
JESSICA’S STYLE: I have this crush on dark colors. My mom has always been telling me that you can never go wrong with what is classy, timeless and black ! I’m never leaving my home without a pair of black flats and my black YSL jacket - they work with everything.
INSPIRATION: People. They are the greatest inpiration as long as we are unique. When it comes to my fashion icon it would be Chiara Ferragni from TheBlondeSalad. Travels are also very inspiring because it’s a great opportunity to meet new personalities and experience new things.
FASHION + STYLE: Yes, because you can be in fashion but have no style. It’s essential to remember about your personal taste and being creative in your own way. Copying and pretending someone else is overrated.
THE MOST STYLISH CITY IN THE WORLD: New York. That’s an obvious choice.
HOLIDAY WISH-LIST: The golden necklace with my name, similar to the one that Carrie Bradshaw had in SATC series. It’s been on my mind for a while…
WHAT ARE YOU THANKFUL FOR? I’m thankful for my family, my boyfriend and every single day that I can share and celebrate with them.
FALL FAVORITES: Fall is also the season of hard work at the University so would be definitely my Michael Kors Saffiano bag. It’s black so it won’t get dirty during rainfall and so big that I can carry all my things with me.
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ICB BY PRABAL GURUNG PRE-FALL 2013
This is how we like our fashion! Japanese label ICB, formerly designed by Michael Kors and then Victor & Rolf, stopped distribution in the West in 2002, but is now back in the states with Prabal Gurung taking creative control.
The collection offers up a strong group of pieces that can work from day to night in a moment’s notice. Gurung took brights, neons, and fun floral prints and applied them to professional (and more affordable) gear. Digging it! Peep the rest of the collection after the jump:
LAYERED DRAWINGS BY NOBUHIRO NAKANISHI
Osaka, Japan-based Nobuhiro Nakanishi’s mesmerizing body of work entitled Layered Drawings truly embodies everything we love about art. He photographs a scene or object repeatedly over time, then laser prints each shot and mounts them onto acrylic.
Change is then captured in each frame, and once layered, they become sculpture installations. The overall effect shows movement and the subtle progression of time. Sick, right? Check out more after the jump: