If you’re not California native, then there is a slight chance that may you not fully grasp Topanga Canyon and why it is such a magical place. This may age us, but if you recall the TV show Boy Meets […]
DesignSigh has always sympathised to the Australian culture and labels! Today we are proud to present Lenni the label born in a small town of Wallabi Point on the East Coast of Australia by Lisa Stricker (also known as Lenni). Loving […]
Life is a series of stories you tell! And a life with style is a story told well!We believe in woman who lives life on her own terms and looks good doing it!We believe that fashion is only ever the […]
Prism of Threads is a vehicle for Tracy Conti McCarty to share vintage, handmade, & ethnic wearable art with the world. She was raised by a retail mama who took her on thrift store expeditions more regularly than most people go […]
The Hotel Bikini Berlin is as diverse as the big city it is located in and as wild as a jungle. The hotel showcases cosmopolitan Berlin at its location in the listed Bikini-Haus building between the Tiergarten park and Breitscheidplatz […]
Spring is coming, everybody see it, everybody feel it! DESIGNSIGH loves the SPRING as well and is proud to present you the new “For Love & Lemons” spring 2014 lookbook which is amazing!The collection is mixture of bohemian elements and […]
Nathalie Kelley is an inspiration in many ways. Her natural beauty, her outlook + ethos on life as well as her commitment to the earth and being truly connected with nature all interplay in why we are constantly being inspired […]
DESIGNSIGH presents you some amazing photographs about the new coming way of living called BOHEMIAN! These days according to the ancient beliefs, many people all over the world open their minds into new way of understanding life. The things we […]
How cute is the latest campaign from Wildfox Couture? Shot by Mark “The Cobrasnake” Hunter, the models channel their inner granny, knitting, gardening, playing tennis and more.
It’s not super-innovative, it’s not at all avant-garde and it’s not about being trendy,” says the 24-year-old designer Maggy Schultz about her line, Maggy Frances.