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Sunwashed: Summer 2022

Sunwashed: Summer 2022

The sun burns brighter for longer, warming our lives as summer officially begins. As always, the fashion world responds in kind, followed by interior trends. Fresh and light colorways flood the scene this year, all things drenched in sun-soaked saturation. Thus, as we...

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Mod-Aff Max

Mod-Aff Max

This month, we continue our investigation into Joyeux Savane and our inspiration from El Tayeb Nation. This is a deeper dive into Modern African Maximalism. This style of fashion and interior design allows us to encounter our world by providing artistic...

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Joyeux Savane

Joyeux Savane

Inspiration for this season’s Form Follows Fashion comes to us from the fashion of Adel El Tayeb. His masterful collection, El Tayeb Nation, was created as an homage to his Sudanese culture fused with European influence. As a celebration of diversity, inclusivity, and...

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Very Peri: Pantone 2022 Color of the Year Interior Design

Very Peri: Pantone 2022 Color of the Year Interior Design

For the first time, Pantone’s color of the year was specially created for 2022. Ordinarily, the color of the year is chosen out of the thousands of hues in the Pantone library, but 17-3938 Very Peri is a brand new color, a blend of blue and deep violet with red...

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My House Has A Mohawk!

My House Has A Mohawk!

Punk It Out - Whatever's You, Man! Our last deep dive into Form Follows Fashion led us into a discovery of cyberpunk styles that thrust us simultaneously into a visionary future while schooling us on a backstreet corner of history.  But cyber's just the tip of it....

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Slam Dunk Daft Punk

Slam Dunk Daft Punk

As we begin 2022 looking forward to what this year will bring, this season’s Form Follows Fashion looks to the past to create the future. Science fiction in film and graphic art acts as inspiration for the mashup mix of cyberpunk trends. With a nod to the mise en...

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Tundra: Klondike

Tundra: Klondike

Gold Interior Design In these winter months, we’ve explored the tundral theme of interiors influenced by fashion trends: raw, neutral, stripped down to the sparse terrain. Yet, not all fashion trends were so frigidly minimal this season. Nor is there a complete lack...

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Tundra: Wabi-Sabi

Tundra: Wabi-Sabi

As the weather around us gets closer and closer to resembling a winter tundra, we have explored different avenues and aesthetics that branch from the Form Follows Fashion trends of this season. Raw style and minimalist spaces draw us to the application of wabi-sabi as...

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Tundra / Brume:  A Poetic Approach To Furniture

Tundra / Brume: A Poetic Approach To Furniture

Tundra x Brume Studying the rugged, minimalist interiors and natural, organic lines offered up by this season’s Form Follows Fashion trends, we’ve found these design elements everywhere, especially in one of the major sources of our season’s inspiration: Brume, A...

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Tundra: Autumn 2021

Tundra: Autumn 2021

Whether or not we’re big fans of the genre, the Givenchy Winter 2021 Collection is seriously entertaining us with a fashion ambiance reminiscent of the costume designs for the fictional ice planet, Hoth, in Star Wars: Empire Strikes Back. Since this film has curiously...

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A Handcrafted Space

A Handcrafted Space

Handcrafted Interior Spaces As we once again turn our attention to our Form Follows Fashion article for Summer 2021, Craft F(l)air, we are reminded of the importance of nostalgia as trends cycle and memories resurface. Handcrafted items and designs serve as storage...

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Formula for Flair

Formula for Flair

If you’re wondering how to incorporate the eclectic interior design and nostalgic style from our Craft F(l)air blog post, you are not alone. A colorful, joyful, and eccentric space is something that many people want, gathering paint swatches and magazine cut-outs,...

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