Lola Loves… Art Socks

All style, no substance. All function, no form. When was the last time you got excited about a pair of socks? These art socks might motivate you to keep a better eye on your laundry. They're adorned with woven renditions of iconic artwork—you've got the Mona Lisa, the Scream, and several Frida Kahlo options to choose from, for starters. While others have to embark on a long journey to The Louvre to admire the works of the greats, you could just take a quick peek at your ankles.

Fashion Interview with Kristin from Black Betty Design

Kristin and Klaudia Weixelbaumer are a dynamic sister duo from Cape Town, South Africa, to watch out for. Together they began producing well-crafted jewellery for their brand Black Betty in 2012 and have never looked back since. Combining their backgrounds in advertising and interior design, they continue to produce the perfect marriage of simplistic and graphic wearable art. Lola Who interviewed Kristin to get a glimpse into their essence and to find out what makes them tick.

Fashion Interview: Dear Rae “Let’s Get Tropsi”

Tropical elegance is the highlight of Dear Rae’s latest collection "Let’s Get Tropsi." The pieces, inspired by tropical plants like bananas and pineapples, perfectly capture the spirit of summer. It’s hard not to picture sandy beaches and palm trees while viewing this collection; even in the coldest hemispheres you can feel the warmth of the tropical sun emanation from these jewels. Based in Cape Town, South Africa, Dear Rae jewellery is gaining worldwide recognition; lucky us, we got a chance to interview founder Karin Rae Matthee about their latest exotic collection "Let’s Get Tropsi."

Brixton Spring 2015 Lookbook

Versatility and charm go hand-in-hand with Brixton’s new collection. This spring 2015 collection consists of a vast array of unique designs that will suit any woman’s spring style. From the beach enthusiast, to the concert goer, to the skater girl; Brixton has a hat for you.

Givenchy Spring/Summer 2015 — Edgy yet Romantic

Riccardo Tisci’s goal with this Givenchy Spring/Summer 2015 collection was to capture a sense of nostalgia from when he began working in the fashion industry. The collection has a sense of elegance, yet an erotic allure that only a women could have. With lace, corsets, and stripes, this collection also has a taste of the Victorian Gothic era; circa 1800s. It’s definitely dark, romantic, and slightly bohemian.

Stoned Immaculate Vintage Lookbook – “Last Daze of Disco”

The only three adjectives you need to remember for Stoned Immaculate Vintage’s lookbook "Last Daze of Disco" are the words sexy, funky, and dreamy. It’s a great interpretation of the golden era style of the 70s. The production for the photo shoot is clever and immaculate. Each image emotes a feeling that reflects on the good old times—the carefree times of Saturday Night Fever—that have past but still live within these pictures.

Lola Loves… Miso’s Minimal Tattoos

As an artist working under the pseudonym "Miso," Stanislava Pinchuk, originally from Ukraine, has become one of the headliners of the Australian art scene. Currently based in Melbourne, she started creating tattoos about four years ago. Her tattoos are minimalistic, delicate and remind us of the constellations in the night sky, maps, and organic forms perforated on paper.

Lola Loves… Silk Scarves by Nathalie Lété

Parisian artist, Nathalie Lété, started painting on silk when she was only 13 years old. Inspired by her parent’s cultural heritage – her father is Chinese and her mother is German – Natalie’s art is naïve and colorful. Flowers, places and animals come to life in different mediums, using various techniques, with childlike freshness and a dash of nostalgia. We love this collection of cute and vibrant silk scarves!