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Fashion + Design

Hermès: A Perfect Example of the Fusion of Fashion + Design

Hermès is one of KK Design’s favorites. They have a wide assortment of impeccably designed pieces. They do bold and beautiful patterns. And their scarves, in particular, are irresistible to many. A great example of their elegant patterns and the exquisite work their artists do is seen in the “Baobab Cat Scarf,” as well as in their “Animaux Camoufles” wallpaper (both pictured below). Obviously, one is an accessory for your body and the other is an adornment for your wall. However,...

Project Funway: A Local Vail Event

Have you heard of "Project Funway?" Project Funway is a local Vail Valley event that celebrates fashion and design in a very unique way: “This unconventional fashion event challenges amateur designers to create unique garments out of anything but fabric and send them down a runway to be critiqued by expert judges.” And, the best part, it’s put on by local Education Foundation of Eagle County - E•ƒ(ec) - and all proceeds help fund E•ƒ(ec)’s mission “to support education and intellectual and...

Bold + Geometric Patterns within Fashion + Design

We just love how fashion and design are constantly influencing one another. There is an endless conversation taking place between the two. One such conversation that we are absolutely smitten over right now is the use of bold and geometric patterns in both the fashion world, as well as within the world of design. Bold patterns make a statement, whether it’s on your floor or draped over your shoulders. It really allows a tailored personality to shine through. We love...

A Fashion Muse

A Fashion Muse: Zadig & Voltaire A place that inspires us is Zadig & Voltaire. The store helps us achieve the flowing of creative juices and also steps in as retail therapy after a particularly demanding week. Luckily for us, their only location in Colorado just happens to be in Aspen. It's a not-too-long and utterly breathtaking drive from our office. Yes!   KKD finds that sometimes creativity tends to flow best when you remove yourself from the grind for a few hours and...