Super soft bubblegummers

No, not the 80s jeans silly, we’re talking about these sweet heels from Melissa shoes, which you can find in the latest edition of Plastic mag, Melissa’s very own magazine dedicated to their amazing shoes creations. Made from specialised PVC, every pair of Melissa shoes is infused with a super yummy bubblegum scent so your feet will always smell scrumptious. Their heels are also super comfy, which any lady will tell you is important for those long glamorous nights out. However if you’re a mister, then you can simply swoon out over the pictures of Kate Moss and Katy Perry, nuff said.

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Shades of grey

Today we’re digging the absolutely ridiculously good looking work of illustrator T.S Abe. Based in the the UK, T.S was born in Brixton in 1989 with a love of pencil illustration not far away. From album covers to exhibition walls, to the side of a London bus, her beautiful illustrations have appeared in many places, with T.S’s bio advising she has exhibited at The Electric Blue Gallery, as well as being commissioned by Leo Burnett and featured in Dazed & Confused. Looking at her work it is in the detail and sheer photographic reality that her boundless talent lies, from Vivienne Westwood to our favourite, Christopher Walken, nothing escapes her, the pencil being mightier than the sword.

Kanya illustration

Christopher Walken

Vivienne Westwood

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UK warrior

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Queen of the Westwood

The Sex Pistols would have been nothing without this lady. The wonderfully iconic Miss Vivienne Westwood. Malcolm McLaren (R.I.P mister) may have created the monster but it was well and truly the Lady Vivienne who got them out of the cage. The wonderful and original Punk movement, set against a backdrop of harsh times in the UK, gave the kids something to believe in and a way to express themselves creatively through music and clothing. Something every generation wishes to achieve but nothing was quite as fission-like as punk, and our lady Vivienne led the way through her convention smashing threads.

Back in the day...

Still rockin' it.

Drool. Design by Westwood.

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