Tag Archives: random acts of inspiration

September 26, 2011

Random Acts Of Inspiration: Doves

Every Monday at Studio T we showcase fashion and art projects we find inspiring. Have a look at our previous Random Acts of Inspiration here.

mexic doves wall art pattern

These doves are from our Mexico trip pics.  Aren’t they fabulous?

September 19, 2011

Random Acts of Inspiration: Tidying Up

Every Monday at Studio T we showcase fashion and art projects we find inspiring. Have a look at our previous Random Acts of Inspiration here.

It’s no secret that the inner obsessive-compulsive in me loves order (as evidenced by our previous post on Things Organized Neatly). My latest obsessions are created by Ursus Wehrli.

More images can be found at NPR here.

August 23, 2011

Alexander McQueen at the Met

If you’ve been reading any form of fashion media in the past couple of months you may have heard about the stupendous exhibition of Alexander McQueen’s work at the Met in NYC. We at Tea love Alexander McQueen, but when I was in NYC two weeks ago the lines were too monumental to make it into the show:

line for Alexander McQueen show by Charles Kessler

Luckily Garance Dore was able to take some gorgeous pictures of the exhibition, so we can all get a taste of what was on display:

Were you able to make it to the show? What were your impressions?

August 15, 2011

Random Acts of Inspiration: My Mom, the Style Icon

Every Monday at Studio T we showcase fashion and art projects we find inspiring. Have a look at our previous Random Acts of Inspiration here.

Have you seen the blog “My Mom, the Style Icon“?  Amazing! It really makes me want to go through all my mom’s old photos – the ones I made fun of as a kid. Please share your favorite pictures of your moms!

ps Fellow San Francisco company Chronicle Books just released the My Mom, the Style Icon book.

August 8, 2011

Random Acts of Inspiration: Of Another Fashion

Every Monday at Studio T we showcase fashion and art projects we find inspiring. Have a look at our previous Random Acts of Inspiration here.

Of Another Fashion” is one of my regular weekly reads these days. Created by Minh-Ha T. Pham, it’s a collection of women of color sporting fashionable outfits, from the 1920s through 1980s. In Pham’s words it is “an alternative archive of the not-quite-hidden but too often ignored fashion histories of U.S. women of color”.


To see more beautiful images click here.