Fashion has a way of being transportive. Sunday we were on an adventurous trek around the globe with Jill Stuart, earlier today Prabal took us to Nepal, and now, Tadashi Shojihas us lost in the romance of Venice. Traveling is so important to open our minds and hearts. I know for me, traveling has changed my lifeand way of thinking. It’s no wonder so many designers take inspiration from places beyond our own everyday boundaries and then reinterpret these sights, smells, colors, experiences and emotions in their work so that we may all experience it with them. So here we are, sitting on the Grand Canal in Venice with Mr. Shoji, watching the magnificent Ca’ d’Oro reflecting off the water like the brush stokes of a Monet…
A taste of the branding project I did for local Saskatoon boutique, WHITE DHALIA. The inspiration board I created informed the final product that you see at the top the post.
A lesser known fact about the name is I made a spelling error in the early process of the logo design and the owners ended up going with the misspelling! A happy mistake I suppose.
Vogue’s September cover photo is serving my inspiration for the 2015 SFDF campaign shoot. Can hardly wait to see the results!