I promise our new winter collection will be available on our web-site VERY soon but if you want to make sure you bag one of our gorgeous new styles pls connect with us on the VERO app where you can pre-order! Delivery will be towards the end of next week!! 🙏 thanks for your patience!! #jumpsuitsrock#jumpsuits#vinatgefashion
SERIOUS . LOVE I seriously love working with @mctavishsurf on our custom LW art boards... McTavish is such a great, iconic Australian surf brand with so much heart and history. It really is always a pleasure working with the team in Byron as well as every customer who wants to dive in and have their own surfboard with one of my artworks on it. Thanks to everyone that's been involved so far. So who's up next!?? I have room in the studio for a nice new longboard so hit me up if you think it has your name on it...
During the 80's and 90's music was primarily responsible for the continuation of colour blocking. Neon colour blocking us associated with 80's disco which transitioned to the maturity of the hip-hop culture in the 90's.
Colour blocking was all the rage in the 60's and 70's - a time of expression and experimentation. Most colour blocking during this time was done with bright, bold colours and was seen on both men and women of all ages. These 60's and 70's looks have reappeared throughout the decades after under the label of "mod" and "retro" using the same colour blocking techniques.