Trend: Alice In Wonderland
Be inspired by the classic children's tale.
Take one ingenue, add a surreal fantasyland peppered with oddly attired characters, including bloodthirsty royalty and a crazed milliner and what do you get? The tale Alice in Wonderland and the resulting film, a visually sumptuous feast that's inspiring and edgy. While Lewis Carroll's novel first dazzled children in 1866, it's Sir John Tenniel's quirky illustrations of Alice that are on trend now, making impressions on cushions, drinking glasses and playing cards. Not to mention the storybook feel of Starck's decidedly odd Melt Meee chandelier and John Derian's Victorian découpage wonders. So, gather the kids, plunk yourself down in that cool hooded chair and delight then with a chapter of Alice's adventures.