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Dripbook Fashion Studio - Midweek Street Style.
Posted on 24th April 2008 by Thérèsa

Street style is something I have been willing to concentrate on for the Fashion studio for a while now, therefore I have decided to add a post dedicated to street style and bloggers personal styles every midweek (Wednesday's or Thursday's - I cant seem...

Dripbook Stickers - campaign from the street.
Posted on 22nd April 2008 by Alex Wright

Finding these stickers all over. Here's a few snapshots. UPDATE - we're all out of stickers now. We didn't think you'd like them so much. We've mailed them to everyone who asked so far, even Lithuania and Australia. And we'll print some more and send y...

Juxtapoz has some nice words about Dripbook.
Posted on 13th April 2008 by Alex Wright

Juxtapoz Magazine, longtime source of great inspiration, features and promotion of innovative and progressive arts, had some nice things to say about Dripbook while featuring the work on Dripbook of Greek artist Aphrodite Loannou. Read the post on Juxt...

Dripbook Sites - our most bad ass feature.
Posted on 17th March 2008 by Alex Wright

Check out Dripbook Sites. This is our newest, biggest, and most bad-ass feature. Dripbook Sites allows you to export your public books on Dripbook as a fully customized, professionally designed personal Web site. Dripbook Sites is an add-on feature t...

Reed + Rader : the square block and the circle hole.
Posted on 10th March 2008 by Alex Wright

Reed + Rader has been with Dripbook since it seems the beginning. Their work is incredible and progressive. The following is an interview with the duo / collective of photographers (and more...) called Reed + Rader. Stick around through to the end - th...

Love Dripbook? Share the love.
Posted on 4th March 2008 by Alex Wright

Dripbook now represents thousands of portfolios by thousands of artists from 55 countries in 25 genres. And Dripbook has managed to grow like this while keeping the quality of work high on account of our invitation-only status. Let's keep it going. The...

The Red Carpet
Posted on 25th February 2008 by

The hot colour for the Oscars this year was undoubtedly red. Somehow the stars decide they would like to blend in with the carpet, so off they went. While both Miley and Katherine went for bright hues Anne Hathaway went for a deeper red, which stood ...
Filed under. Oscars , Red Carpet

New York Fashion Week. AW 08 09. Jason Brunsdon
Posted on 20th February 2008 by Patricia Yagüe

Aussie fashion designer Jason Brunsdon showed his collections for the first time in New York fashion week during the collections of fall 2007. That is exactly one year ago. The coming of this designer to town was a total excitment and there were rumor...

New York Fashion Week AW 08 09.- Camilla Staerk.
Posted on 16th February 2008 by Patricia Yagüe

The AW 08-09 fashion show of Danish designer Camilla Staerk was the perfect instance of how a "i-don't-know-what-to-do" invitation can turn into a really gratifying experience. The presentation took place at one of my favourite...

Catherine Fulmer F/W 2008.
Posted on 16th February 2008 by

With an intoxicating mash-up of Goldfrapp and the Doors as the background for a promotional montage of her former fall collections , there is the challenge for an equally satiable hype for Catherine Fulmer 's FW 08' collection. Luc...