- JR’s Stunning Ballerina -
We don’t mind shipping our new collection in these beautiful painted shipping containers! JR a street artist from France didn’t paint on walls or buildings this time, but he used shipping containers at the Port of Le Havre in France.
P.s. Our new Fall 2014 collection will be in stores soon!
- Spotted: street art in Paris -
The 10 FEET design team just came back from their inspiration trip to Paris. Missed the video?! Check it out here.
But when you are in Paris you definitely have to look around you to spot the street art of the French artist only known as Space Invader. He is the man behind the little pixelated aliens you can find everywhere in the city. Recently spotted: the famous Pink Panther in the eleventh arrondissement, near Rue Charonne. So when in Paris.. don’t forget to look around you!
- Pattern Party -
Our awesome blazer in popping neon hues is seen in Viva nr. 25. (Hidden under the maxidress;) This popular jacket was also seen on Gallyon van Vessem from Hart van Nederland earlier this summer. Mix and match it with other printed pieces or slip it on with a simply tank and jeans combination.
Contact us via our storefinder to find it in a store near you!
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- Featuring our fabulous peacock printed maxi dress -
Contact us via our storefinder to find the dress and jacket in a store near you.
Style it with a relaxed tailored jacket, wedge sandals and stylish shoulder bag in a rich hue for a bohemian inspired look at the office.
Or, on a sunny day of simply slip it on with a pair of open flats, straw hat and pastel hues for an easy breeze off-duty style. This look works just as good in the city as it does in the beach.
- Time for a new watch? -
Inspiring video from one of the biggest fashion houses in the world: Chanel. Better start saving!
“In 1987, CHANEL launched its first watchmaking creation.
Exclusively created for women, the Première watch, with its octogonal dial, inspired by both the shape of the place Vendôme and the stopper of the iconic No. 5 perfume bottle, was hailed as an immense success.
2013 brings a fresh take on a legend, with a slimmer, more streamlined silhouette. With the Première watch, CHANEL gives time room to move. An uncluttered surface without the strict beat of the seconds or the rigid constraints of space. A flat, smooth surface where anything is possible. The Première experience is a song in praise of this vision of time, and of the CHANEL woman. A world where one is free to wander, as if time didn’t matter.”