Archive for the ‘Fashion’ Category

The internet is a fascinating thing. Just when you think you’ve found everything you possibly could (we all have those days) you come across the strangest find. The Sears online catalog (Easter Egg) in which the site is geared towards Zombies, in ‘Zombie language’, is just one of those strangest yet utterly cool finds. We [...]

Just the accessory you’ve always wanted to add to your waredrobe, the pièce de résistance for this Spring…a Givenchy Leather Mask. Whether it be in black or white, you can look like you just stepped out of the “Get out the gimp” scene in Pulp Fiction. Bruce Willis and Ving Rhames not included. via luxuryes/givenchy

Christian Louboutin Rollerboy Spikes shoes are sure to turn some heads…and heels. They come in leather, now they’re available in denim. For $1,195.00 you can be fashionable and dangerous. We want a pair! Would you wear them? via

What goes into making linen? The utmost care and thought, as seen in this short film ‘Be Linen’ by Benoit Millot. Informative look at the process of making linen from “sowing” to “knitting” and beyond. Credits: Director: Benoit Millot  lepotagerdesign.com Production: Goodideas goodideas.fr Images: Benoit Millot and Sébastien Jousse Writing: Sébastien Jousse et Benoit Millot [...]

This fluid dress designed by Charlie Bucket is 600 feet of knitted tubing and powered by a pump located in the backpack. The colors you see are simply dyed water and air. The patterns are partially controlled by the onboard valves, and partially random. The dress weighs about 5 lbs dry and 8 lbs wet. [...]

SARAH LUCAS ‘PENETRALIA’ EXHIBITION AT GLADSTONE GALLERY, BRUSSELS Gladstone Gallery announces an exhibition by British artist Sarah Lucas. Since the 1990s, Lucas has been developing a unique material vocabulary using everyday domestic items such as stockings, clothing hangers, lightbulbs, and beer cans to create objects that challenge our collectively inscribed codes of gender, sexual, and [...]

Award winning Italian photographer Fulvio Bonavia started out as a graphic designer and illustrator working on film posters. With his sense of design and aesthetic, he produces these brilliant photographs in which unexpected objects come together to form fashion items. Bonavia works on the postproduction himself in order to fuse his style into every photographic [...]


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