Water: Magnified Fluidity in Motion

Posted on Wednesday, April 16, 2014

There's fashion photography. And then there's underwater fashion photography.

The effects of adding even a little bit of H20 does amazing things to a photo's WOW factor. Curiously...no one's wearing goggles.

All for the amazing effects you'll see in some of the coolest underwater fashion photos we've scoured from ze Web.

Photo by Zena Holloway Photo by Zena Holloway Photo by...still searching.... Photo by Zena Holloway Photo By Iain Crawford Photo by Zena Holloway Photo by Louisa Photo by Zena Holloway Couldn't find this one yet either Photo by Zena Holloway Darn...where'd that photographer go? Photo by Makiela Photography
And one of our favorites. The orange and translucent petals are a first. Photo by Litamar Levine

Amazing, isn't it?

By the way, we are looking forward to designing a water-inspired piece as part of our upcoming pieces. Without the underwater photog...

Cue the collective "awww"


-Team Omninaut


Peeping through the Jungle

Posted on Monday, April 14, 2014

Featured Item: Our "Bamboo Dress" (hand-painted to mimic bamboo silhouettes)

Shall we take a walk in the jungle?

One of the subthemes we wanted to explore was the essence of trees...bamboo to be exact.

Wait! Turns out...bamboo's actually a type of GRASS not tree.

Oh...and don't underestimate its health benefits for our little Earth: our lanky friends are capable of releasing 35% more oxygen than an average tree. Take that. Tree.

Awesome pics of Trees/bamboo:


Photo: http://images.fineartamerica.com/


Flickr user: Isprite


Photo: http://www.cleanenergyflorida.org/

Photo: http://2.bp.blogspot.com

Photo: medialib.glogster.com

Darn it. Trees win with the most photos.

Source: http://www.corebamboo.com/blog/fun-facts-about-bamboo#sthash.e0nO6Mkj.dpuf

-Team Omninaut


Mossy Fuzzy Moss

Posted on Friday, April 4, 2014

Moss, moss, moss, and moss.

Photo: http://cargocollective.com/

While not the exact focus of our upcoming collection, the natural beauty of the Bryophyta division members have rendered them a deep place in our warm fuzzy hearts.

Counting up to about 12,000 different species, the members of the Bryophyta moss division tend to grow in moist conditions, most of them requiring dampness and shade.

Because of the species' ability to adapt and its easiness to grow( it only requires a bit of moisture and sunlight), we urbaners have even witnessed moss growing in between concrete stones and on buildings.

For now though, let's concentrate on the natural beauty of our complex fuzzy friends.

Photo: http://static.panoramio.com/ Photo: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/ Photo: wikimedia.org/ Photo: http://images.nationalgeographic.com/

Watch out for our 2014 capsule collection coming mid- April!

-Team Omninaut



Posted on Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Inspired by space junk outside of Earth's atmosphere and harsh bamboo paintings. One of the first pieces for our '14 collection. Fur boats are coming on since it's still chilly in LA ^O^.

Cue the space junk background:

Photo background courtesy of pnas.org

Get ready to rumble. Our lookbook's coming out soon ^O^!

-Team Omninaut


Glory and Pain Lie Ahead: An Epic Battle for Life

Posted on Friday, March 28, 2014

Jumping Into the Fire We may find ourselves at the ledge-- should we turn back down to a path of comfort, or shall we instead jump into the fire and follow upon our hearts and passion?

Walking On a Book We only have but one life to live on this Earth. We choose to go down the uncharted path.

No midlife crisis for us.

Glory and epic battles lie ahead! Let's go!
photo: www.mirror.co.uk

Gotta get our hands on one of these.

-Team Omninaut


Fly Me to the Moon

Posted on Thursday, March 20, 2014

Featuring our "Moonrocks" shirt.

One of the many pieces we've created for our 2014 interstellar collection, "Moonrocks" was inspired by the small gravel pieces featured in one of NASA's Apollo 11 photos.


Photo: CNN.com

And now for a tune: "Fly Me to the Moon" by Frank Sinatra

Stay tuned for more.

Blast off!

-Omninaut Team


Cosmos Galaxy Collection Coming Soon...after a break of chocolate!

Posted on Tuesday, March 4, 2014

We're slugging...slugging...sluggishly through our pieces.

Fun fact: For every piece in our collection we finish, we reward ourselves by eating a whole bar of

(Pic courtesy of our best friend Wikipedia)

Who says we can't go cosmo with chocolate?

Pretty soon, we start noticing some of the pieces we've designed have started looking like cookies and cream concoctions.

Mmm...Show you when we're done! ^O^

-Omninaut Team