Lifestyle trends 2015: Where to Be? Who to Follow? Where to go? In other words how to be cool in 2015. Come the end of 2014, you have ahead of you yet another chance to be the one who tells it what to expect instead of just going with the flow. We have collected all the cool stuff we need to know to be one of the most trendiest people of 2015 in all of the lifestyle categories.
Trouser Suit: Forget everything you know about traditional power dressing, the new trouser suit comes with whimsical touches, like the twine and cowbell belts at Céline or shimmering pinstripes at Chanel. You can leave the shoulder pads at home, but this season a cropped trouser is essential.
Bohemian Evening: Heading out into the night just got a lot more romantic thanks to the likes ofValentino, Dries Van Noten, and Vera Wang. Even designer Joseph Altuzarra loosened up his signature curvilinear silhouette for a softer, diaphanous look
Gingham: Referenced on both sides of the pond, the gridlock pattern has a history that includes American barn dance and French bombshell Brigitte Bardot, who famously wore the tablecloth fabric on her wedding day. This season gingham covered everything from Baja minidresses to mink fur coats.
What to Read?
Taschen is by far our favorite publishers and already they have the bag full of publications all set for the new year.
Illustration Now! is a selection of today’s most successful and important illustrators from around the globe. Includes artists such as Istvan Banyai, Gary Baseman, Seymour Chwast, Paul Davis, Brad Holland, Mirko Ili?, Anita Kunz, and Christoph Niemann.
The Psychadelic Sex Book In a brief golden span between 1967 and 1972, the sexual revolution collided with recreational drug exploration to create “psychedelic sex.” Acollection of men’ magazines sexy, silly reminders of peace, love, and pudenda.
Fritz Kahnm was a German doctor, educator, popular science writer, and information graphics pioneer whose brilliant work has all but fallen into oblivion. Chased out of Germany by the Nazis, who banned and burned his books, Kahn emigrated to Palestine, then France, and finally the United States to continue his life’s work. Though his achievements were numerous, the most notable was the development of creative visualizations to explain complex scientific ideas.
Works that Works If National Geographic and Wallpaper had a baby, it would look like Works That Work. The magazine takes the stuffiness out of design talk and sets its sights on simply finding interesting design pieces around the globe that just work.
Inventory There’s a decent chance you’ve heard of Inventory. Of all the mags on this list, it is perhaps the most well-known. We can’t not include it, however, because it is one of our absolute favorites.
You know you love this show more than sharks love blood! There always rumor around this series but the latest are that is set to release on Netflix on the next Spring!Until then you might wanna brush up on the latest political strategies manual.
For the fans of this series the year of 2015 is going to be a long one as the series new season is only set to be released in December. Until there you have Netflix you can rewatch an rewatch and rewatch again.
Trendy Web & Social Networks for design lovers
Pinterest The It place to be for design lovers and trend hunter and the average people also. A place to share images, gifs and all that inspires you and be inspired by all the other amazing thing there.
Cool Hunter The website has become the world’s most-read culture and design site, a leading authority on all things creative and a truly global hub for what’s cool, thoughtful, innovative and original. We value global relevance, not trends, channeling our discoveries to our worldwide audience.
Inspiration Grid Inspiration grid is a daily-updated blog celebrating creative talent from around the world. Get your daily fix of design, art, illustration, typography, photography.
Thu Jan 15 2015 – Thu Apr 16 2015. Whitechapel Gallery, 77-82 Whitechapel High St, E1 7QX
Picking up where Tate Modern’s tremendous 2014 Malevich exhibition left off, this international show looks at the legacy of the Russian artist’s suprematist black square paintings and how abstraction has been used to channel political ideas over the past 100 years. If that sounds like hard work, don’t be deterred.
Through photography, world issues including political upheavals, racial discrimination and war are conveyed to an international audience. This exhibition of over 200 original press prints focuses on the important role photojournalism has played in providing a voice to critical moments in social history and raising their awareness on a global scale.
Wed Mar 4 2015 – Sun May 31 2015. National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, WC2N 5DN It may seem surprising that there was a time when the works of Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro and Pierre-Auguste Renoir just weren’t fashionable. Just like any ground-breaking art movement that went against the grain, it took considerable time and endless promotion before a lasting impression would be made.
4) The Acropolis Museum, Athens, GreeceThe stunning ground floor gallery houses finds from the slopes of the Acropolis. It’s amazing transparent glass floor provides a walk over history, with a view of the archaeological excavation, while sloping upward to the Acropolis with sanctuaries of the Athenians from each historic period nearby. Smaller settlements have been excavated, yielding glimpses of Athenian life.
5) Le Louvre, Paris, FrancThe Louvre was a medieval fortress and the palace of the kings of France before becoming a museum two centuries ago. The addition of I. M. Pei’s pyramid shocked many when it was unveiled in 1989 as the new main entrance, yet it somehow works, integrating the palace’s disparate elements. The museum’s collections, which range from antiquity to the first half of the 19th century, are among the most important in the world.