‘I love your Jumpleo boots, I find them so quirky and fun!’
Colour – it’s what makes our minds tick.
Discovered when the Egyptians found ‘lapis lazuli’, blue was seen as colour that was rich, royal and
regal. So what is the story of blue, from then to now?
– Around 2500BC, Egyptians experimented with inventing the world’s first artificial pigment,
the ‘Egyptian blue’ – hoorah! The world then followed suit…
– The industrial age was when the perception of the rich blue changed – ‘workaday woad’ was
a plant used to create blue fabric dye. Unfortunately it reeked (as it was made with manure)
and the colour was not as intense. Boo!
– But with the wave of modern manufacturing methods, blue pigments became cheaper. Cue
Picasso and his blue period from 1901…
– And from the 1950’s to present, blue has never been more alive. From Elvis’s Blue Suede
Shoes to the blue and black dress (or white and gold ha!), blue is in all areas of life.
How do you see blue? Rich and regal? Or, awesome and accessible?
At Méduse, we strive to seek out the underground talents who share our values. Every week, a new star…
“Ambitious – I’m always pushing onwards and upwards.”
Following Fanny’s footsteps on her blog Madame Virgule, we’re curious to know more about the current fashion trends that are ticking all over Europe. But first, let’s see what the madame has to say!
M: Describe yourself in 3 words?
F: Natural – that’s what my family says, I don’t want to seem pretentious! Chatty – even during the night, oh my poor darling boyfriend haha! Ambitious – I’m always pushing onwards and upwards.
M: If you could live life in one colour, what would it be?
F: Blue, without a doubt! ( That’s the reason why I love the Jumpy vert d’eau!)
M: Name 3 things on your Bucket List.
F: Go on a round the world trip. Have a family (dog included haha). Have my own company.
M: Tell a joke. Go!
F: Well, I am not an expert in making jokes, but I find this one rather cute
Two angels are talking:
– What’s the weather like tomorrow?
– Good! Then we’ll be able to sit.
And what about you – if you could live life in one colour, what would it be? Comment here!