Black & Gold
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Every time I used to see anything black and gold, I would think of the Pittsburgh Steelers. But I think these pics prove it can work for more than football uniforms. It was seen all over the fall/winter runways and also works well for interiors. And you definitely can’t go wrong with anything black and gold from Hermès. Hint, hint.
P.S I’m off to Chicago for my book signing for Creativity at Work at Jayson Home on Thursday, November 29th from 6:00-8:00pm. Be there or be square!
Yves Saint Laurent or is that just Saint Laurent.
Velocette (by Elly Warner)
Dolce & Gabanna
Photos via tumblr, Pinterest and Harper’s Bazaar
Wonderful series, Heather, I would have included the JPS Lotus 72 formula one car from the 1970s. It was a thing of Black and gold beauty.
THIS IS PROBABLY MY FAVORITE COLORS COMBINATION OF ALL. SO SENSUAL AND SO CHIC!
Very stylish and timless with black and gold!
Gorgeous post. Black and gold is rich and beautiful.
Good luck on your signing. I have added your book to my book list.
Heather this is so striking each and every image; I adore this luxe combination!
2012 Artists Series & Giveaway
Stunning + Gorgeous mix and match up post of two of my very favorite color combos Black + Gold!
By far one of my all time favorite posts! You absolutely hit the target! Fantastic, inspirational and I want to go paint all my walls dark! You have a great eye!
Black and gold is my all time favorite!!! Thanks for these amazing photos and that last quote..wow! Have a great day!
Gorgeous. I have saved all of the images. Thanks and have a wonderful trip. Mary
Hello–very cool post. can you please identify where the gold-rimmed basketball hoop is from? thank you.
Have a great weekend.
For some reason, of all these gorgeous pictures the black and gold basketball hoop is making me swoon!!
The basketball hoop is from Nike’s Regal Basketball Court in London, http://www.freshnessmag.com/2012/07/16/nike-launches-the-regal-basketball-court/.
What a gorgeous post. I was wondering about that basketball hoop. If it had been photo shopped. Amazing!
Beautiful post, Heather. Do you know the name and/or location of the building shown in the first photograph? Leslie in Portland, Oregon