07 September, 2011

Hide and Seek

One of my favorite visuals from a movie happens towards the beginning of Garden State, when, after his mother's funeral, Zach Braff's character is urged by his aunt to try on a shirt that she made for him using the leftovers from the fabric she had used to cover the walls. It's a quick image, him standing in the shirt against the matching wall. I love this.

New Zealand design house Twenty Seven Names has used this same type of imagery in their Winter 2012 look book. The results are nothing short of fabulous.

{all images Twenty Seven Names, via Miss Moss}

Hope your Wednesday is blending in nicely with the rest of your week.


Sarah Rooftops said...

I always loved that image, too - I never really got why it was supposed to be a BAD thing!

Erin Lian said...

What gorgeous clothes, you are right, that sort of imagery really works!! I <3 the stripey dress so much!