Raebanns and its basic factors or, in short Raebanns is a set of three elements:
– an underlying factor on which the other two are based on.
– an overlying factor to be applied firstly and secondly if necessary.
– an outermost overlay or final colour added for emphasis.
The three factors are:
– A dominant tone with a key
– An underlay (sub-colour) which provides the base
– An overlay or accent colour
These can be combined in as many ways as you like depending on your personal style.
It should also be noted that there are no ‘bad’ combinations, they all work well together
so long as the contrast between the overlayer vs. under layer is maintained.
Here are some examples of different colours used across different fabrics. The first one uses the most saturated colours, followed by less saturated and then finally uses just neutral tones.
A red, blue & yellow example on linen
Burgundian black velvet on wool(no pattern)
Cotton on silk
Linen on silk silk
Satin on cotton
Silk on satin
Wool on silk
Synthetic on Silk
Cotton on polyester
Polyester on nylon
Nylon on linen
Lace on fabric
Alpaca – Linen/wool combo
Dobby – Linen/cotton combo
Taffeta – Cotton/silk combo
Wool – Wool / Cotton combo
Knit – Linen/woo combo
Jersey – Linen/jersey combo
Lamb’s Wool – Lamb’s wool /linen combo
Silk – Silk / Linen combo
Zigzag – Linen/crossover zigzag combo
Sheer – Lace/linen combo
Gossamer – Cotton/gossamer combo
Organza – Cotton/organza combo
Velvet – Velvet / Cotton combo
Mousseline – Mousnelle / Linen combo
Fringed lace – Fringed lace / Linen combo
Tulle – Tulle / Linen combo (on fabric only)
Homespun – Homespun / Linen combo
Batiste – Batiste / Linen combo
Seersucker – Seersucker / Linen combo
Kimono – Kimono / Linen combo
Crepe de Chine – Crepe de chine / Linen combo
Chiffon – Chiffon / Linen combo
Flannel – Flannel / Linen combo
This is my favourite part of being a designer, taking inspiration from the real world and making it into something pretty!! I have always loved artworks and paintings but I really fell in love when I visited France at 16. There was so much great art everywhere, it left me feeling uplifted and inspired! It felt good to take time out from studying.
Is Raebanns is actually Ray-Ban?
The history of this famous brand goes way back. The first models were launched in 1937, they are now among the most recognizable names on the planet and their popularity has been growing steadily since then. Today you can buy a variety of different designs that will suit every taste. You’ll find both classic styles as well as trendy ones available online.
Every model is equipped with a unique black-and-silver logo on its crown, a trademark of all Ray-Bans. It’s not always easy finding out which model suits your needs best. Even though there are more than 100 variations, it seems impossible to choose just one. But here are our top 3 recommendations for every occasion. All three come from our favourite brands: A. Lange & Söhne, Blancpain and Omega. Read the full story.
We Assume that Raebanns is maybe a misspelt word for Ray-Ban.
All things we need to know about Raebanns (A Band)
All things we need to know about Raebanns and their new album ‘Taken by the Fire’. Read on for all your queries, news, reviews and more!
Hailing from Sweden, Raebanns are a death metal band that has been around since 1995. They have put out 4 albums so far – two EP’s (one in 2007 and another this year) as well as one full length release in 2010. Their latest release is ’TAKEN BY THE FIRE’ which came out earlier this month on Svart Records. So what makes them stand out? Why would you consider buying it if you already own their first 2 releases? Let us take a look at some of these questions today and let you make up your mind!
Q: What should I listen to before listening to taken by fire?
Raebanns have always produced very good old school Death Metal with plenty of brutal vocals, screaming and growls. And while they haven’t really changed much over time (although there is an obvious slight change in lyrics), all four albums are quite similar in terms of style and delivery.
Q: How will the new album differ? What do you feel it lacks?
The newest Raebanns album definitely shows a lot of improvements compared to its predecessors. While the songs sound just like you remember them, each song still feels fresh and interesting. The vocals are also pretty powerful this time round with plenty of throat-shredding screams and roaring rasps. This could be because the band members have improved immensely during the last few years and now seem more comfortable sharing the heavy parts of the music.
Q: Do you agree with my opinion? Please tell me why not!
Well I don’t see any difference myself between this and their previous work. It’s always important to remember that we’re talking about Swedish Death Metal here with a distinct Scandinavian sound and feel. So it doesn’t really matter how many changes Raebanns (or anyone else for that matter) can pull off. But the fact remains that all four albums aren’t that big of a step away from ‘The Burning Season’. If anything took me aback was the way the music sounded a little bit slower than usual. Also, even though the guitars were quite good in previous records, the new ones seem even better.