The pillars are columns of hydrogen gas and dust that doubles as incubators for new stars. The Pillars have been carved out and are illuminated by ultraviolet light coming from hot, massive stars.
Christopher Kane’s Resort 2011 collection awesomely embraces patterns of exploding outwards in simple lines. It’s so strange when things just fall into it’s own place. Do people or the industry invent the trend? Sure. It is so true. But how about just in time fire works in sexy NYC sky on the Forth of July night, or the millions of stars on the darkest dark sky… And not just couple, many shooting stars I saw in summer nights in Italy… Anyway I am so drawn by this flaring burning exploding nebulae and other prints and patterns that remind me of sort of things. Especially the light. The moving transparency. If it flares in neon time to time, it gets even better for me. I totally dig it! Here I have some fun with putting Kane’s inspirations and my lucky Star finds together!
A collection of Galaxy taken by Hubble Telescope above. Christopher Kane’s Resort 2011 below.
A simple skort I got in Seoul. ( I see so much fashion in seoul. Great designs at great price and forward thinking) Love the print and also the style. I am into skort now. Easy, comfy and confident. ( you know what i mean especially in this short length). This easy and much wearable Discharge print ( you bleach out the spots to have clean blank space then go back to print over) to create the illusion of transparency of ” light” has just right amount of hint of milky way, the stars and the Galaxy…!!
Fire works Light on NYC Forth of July
First, it is all about the sleeve this season. You will see much emphasis around the sleeves ( bubble with lots of volume). And back to the print. It’s bit of Pollock then hots of neon and somehow the transparency coming through again.
Another great find at Seoul. A pair of milky way harem knit jersey pant.