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Helene R. Hidalgo

Photography Interview — Sophie & Milo in Beauville

“Dreamy, personal and pure” is how Sophie Van der Perre, 27, would describe her photographic style. When studying at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague, Netherlands, she learned how to shoot and select the right images. Now based in Amsterdam, Sophie likes to be surrounded by her muses. Here, she tells us more about the day she spent with Milo, walking around the streets of Beauville, France.

Lola Loves… Joe Webb’s Invisible Man

We love Joe Webb’s sexy vintage negative space. In this series of romantic collages created by the British artist, we meet the invisible man – or the ‘ideal man’- with a mysterious je ne sais quoi that is so alluring to women. Well appreciated by art lovers, Webb’s images have become an online sensation and…

Vintage Photos from Russia “Instagram Style”

Pioneer colour photographer, Sergey Prokudin-Gorskii, captures Russia as it was at the beginning of the 20th century “Instagram style.” A chemist by trade, Prokudin-Gorskii is interested in the science of color photography and studied with experts in Berlin and Paris. To create colour images, he had to take three consecutive photos: the first using a…

Chanel Pre-Fall 2015 Métiers d’Art Collection

Kark Lagerfeld presented the Chanel Pre-Fall collection 2015-2016 in the city of Salzburg, Austria. This city, known as the jewel of baroque architecture and the backdrop of the Sound of Music, was the natural choice to host the 13th Métiers d'Art show. This special collection is presented every year in December in a city related to the history of Chanel and serves as a stage to celebrates the craftsmanship of Chanel's artisans.

Lola Loves… Patrik Svennson’s Playful Playing Cards

Patrik Svennson, from Sweden, has designed a set of playing cards which are both cheeky and playful. He incorporates the heart, club, diamond, and ace symbols into humorous illustrations of people and objects. You can buy the full set of cards on Patrik's website! Email patrik@psillustration.se for more details. By Helene Hidalgo…

Photography Interview — Vivienne Mok’s Age of Innocence

Vivienne Mok is an international young woman. Born in New York in 1986, she grew up living between Paris and Hong Kong. After studying fashion design, she developed an interest in photography, quit her day job at a fashion house and decided to pursue her own personal dreams. As a self-taught photographer, Vivienne developed her own photographic style which she describes as “dreamy, feminine, and personal.” Her images are always full of sensuality and romanticism, and often recall the work of photographer David Hamilton. She took the time to answer a few of our questions.

Interview with The Furrs from Brisbane, Australia

One of the most exciting new acts to come out of Brisbane, Australia, is the ’60s-inspired, dirty rock'n'roll blues of The Furrs. Fronted by Gabriella Cohen and Jim Griffin, both in their early 20s, the Furrs came together in 2012 as a duo and eventually exploded onto the local live scene as a five-piece that harkens back to a better decade – while avoiding to fall into the Australian psych revival scene. Their debut single “Get On Your Horse” sets the tone right from the start, with Gabriella's chilling vocals, and bluesy guitar rhythms.