We at Blue Blood love vintage. We like products that tell a story.
Great vintage is all about heritage, craftsmanship, quality, good design and style. Just like our Blue Blood collections.
We selected some pictures that inspire us, please let us know what you think!
We would like to thank everybody already for all your funny, great, and interesting reactions. We would especially like to say thank you and show our appreciation to Petra Vlasblom.
We at Blue Blood loved her response!
Dear BLUE BLOOD, STEVE TE PAS ,TEAM<
THE ANSWER TO YOUR QUESTION:
The collection of SS-10 is inspired BY: 3 WES ANDERSON MOVIES…
The main movie was: THE DARJEELING LIMITED (2007)
IT IS AL ABOUT: TRAVELING/ FAMILY & FRIENDS!!!!!
(See also the inspired Louis Vuiton Travel Cases)
I made a cool collage!!!!Hope to win a pair of BLUE BLOOD JEANS!!!!
And come to the PARTY!!!!!!!!!
Hope to see you next week FRIDAY!!!Strand ZUID!!!!!
Not only did she give the correct anwer but also took the time in this hot summery weather to create amazing collages based upon the theme of the new Blue Blood SS10 collection.
Movies – movies are watched by all of us. As a form of entertainment, education or it may be a very useful source of inspiration to people all over the world. Great designers world wide have been inspired by many different movies in order to create a wonderful new collections. We, at Blue Blood were extremely moved by The Darjeeling Limited by Wes Anderson, likewise were Louis Vuittons’ new luggage designs.
Last week you were able to read a post on an ode made to Wes Andersen by artist Elloh. Today we spotted on Empireonline.com that just like we here at Blue Blood were inspired by his movies, so were the designers at Louis Vuitton. These great luggage designs by Louis Vuitton look identical to the once shown last week at the Blue Blood fashion show. Check out more pictures of designers that were inspired by movies and that designed for world famous movies – resulting in as a source of insiration for all of us out there.
Sex and The City – wedding dress by Vivienne Westwood
Fifth Element – costume design by Jean Paul Gaultier
Breakfast at Tiffanys – costume design by Givenchy
Annie Hall – costume design by Ralph Lauren