Bizarre Portraits of Cora Korsett With Tiny Waist in the 1970s

Cora Korsett was a German BDSM dominatrix and body modification fetish model. Not much is known about her, apart from she was well over 6 ft tall and she appeared in fetish magazines in the 1960s and ’70s. Continue reading »

This Designer Creates Stylish Looks Inspired By Cleaning Products, Foods, And Drink

We’ve been in lockdown for far too long now and any means are acceptable to fight boredom. We’ve been surrounded by the same walls and items to the point that some of us have started looking at items around us from a new perspective. Continue reading »

Italian Defense Shoes With Spurs for Protection, 1955

In 1955 in Italy, “Defense Shoes”, complete with spurs on toes and heels to kick away sex pests, were designed by a Roman shoemaker to protect young girls from street. Police at the time referred to those harassing young women as “parrots” – because the girls said they repeated the same silly phrase all the time. Continue reading »

Vikki Dougan: Seductive Sex-Bomb Whose Daring Backless Dresses Inspired the 1950s Women’s Fashion

Actress and model Vikki Dougan earned her nickname “The Back” thanks to the dangerously low-back, curve-hugging dresses she wore in the 1950s and 1960s. Dougan’s alluring back has even inspired a song written by folk music legends The Limelighters whose lyrics passionately request that she “turn her back” on them. Continue reading »

The ’80s Hairdos: One of the Sexiest Hairstyles of All Time

Hairstyles in the 1980s included the mullet, tall mohawk hairstyles, jheri curls, flattops, and hi-top fades, which became popular styles. Continue reading »

Mending Clothes for a Sustainable Fashion by Ýr Jóhannsdóttir

Ýr Jóhannsdóttir or Ýrúrarí is an Icelandic designer who works mainly with textiles. While promoting slow fashion, she creates knitted pieces similar to real works of art. Continue reading »

This Anesthesiologist Recreates Historical Clothes

History can be something to learn from, something to study, or just plain boring to some people. However, for some, it’s a source of inspiration and a way to unleash their creativity and style. Continue reading »

“Make the World Go Away”: The Surreal and Inspirational Artworks of Ioana Harasim

Ioana Harasim aka Hara is a self-taught Romanian artist who enjoys exploring surreal themes. Her inspiration comes from people, fashion, beauty, nature, art and hidden feelings. For Hara, making art is a way of finding out who she is and how much she can grow. She’s interested in projects from fields such as fashion, music and editorial. Continue reading »

Spanish Hairdresser Develops a Digital Printing Technique on Hair

The Barcelona-based stylist and hairdresser Alexis Ferrer presents an amazing printing technique developed with the studio X-presion Creativos that offers a new look to your hair. Continue reading »

Zara Shoppers Are Complaining It’s Impossible To Shop Online Due To Weird Modeling Poses

Both hilarious and oddly wonderful, the Zara awkwardness has become somewhat of a social media hit with an entire Awkward Zara Instagram account dedicated to collecting and making fun at the weirdest Zara modeling pics out there. So let’s see what the fashion detectives have dug up… Continue reading »

Beautiful Female Fashion Photography in the 1960s by Hans Dukkers

Fashion of the 1960s featured a number of diverse trends. It was a decade that broke many fashion traditions, mirroring social movements during the time. Continue reading »

Weird Russian Architecture Comes Into Bizarre Fashion

Voronezh, nuclear plant

Moscow photographer Lana Sator visualizes down coats inspired by all those Russian nuclear plants, abandoned houses and panel buildings. The similar idea had come to the designer of Louis Vuiton in January 2021 who presented the man’s architectural collection. Continue reading »

Unique Photographs of Russian Beauties in Old Costumes

This collection of old apparels of pre-revolutionary Russia belonging to Natalia Shabelskaya is believed to be the largest and most valuable among similar ones. In 1862 Natalia Kroneberg got married with Peter Shabelsky and gave birth to three daughters. Continue reading »

Fashion Designer Creates Paris Landmark and Skyscraper Puffer Jackets for Louis Vuitton

Fashion designer Virgil Abloh has made puffer jackets covered in Paris landmarks and well-known skyscrapers as part of the Louis Vuitton Fall-Winter menswear collection, which debuted in a Barcelona Pavilion-informed set. Continue reading »

2000s Fashion Aesthetics on Nails

It’s in the Canine Tuning tattooshop, located in the sixth arrondissement of Marseille, that Anabelle, aka Zbobinails, created her most beautiful claws. Nostalgic for the 2000s aesthetics, the nail artist make some iconic and almost forgotten characters live again, such as Hello Kitty, Care Bears and The Powerpuff Girls through her creations. Glitter pink, flames, dragons or large rhinestones, nothing is ever “too much” for Zbobinails, which pushes kitsch to fingertips. Continue reading »

Codpiece Was a Weird Renaissance Fashion Trend

The codpiece as a feature of male dress dates to the 15th and 16th centuries during the renaissance. Designed to cover the gap between the two legs of men’s hose, it is packed and shaped to emphasize rather than disguise the genital area. Continue reading »

Artist Created a Crochet Bernie Sanders Doll and It Is the Cutest Thing Ever


Tobey King

It’s official, the Bernie Sanders inaugural look is the coolest thing in fashion right now. The Vermont senator served one of the most iconic Inauguration Day fashion moments, when he showed up to the event looking snug in a Burton winter coat and now-famous patterned brown mittens. Continue reading »

Artist Pays Homage to Possibly the Biggest Icon of The 21st Century with His ‘Tribute’ Project

Max Siedentopf is a London based multi-disciplinary conceptual artist working across video, photography, sculpture, creative direction and everything in-between and is the founder of the of the art publication ORDINARY. Continue reading »

Men’s Fashion 2021 Collection

And just when you thought that 2020 was bad… Are you ready for the 2021 fashion year? Are you man enough to fill these outfits? Scroll down to find out! Continue reading »

Loewe’s Totoro Capsule Collection Is as Magical as the Film

If you are a fervent fan of both Studio Ghibli and fashion, Loewe’s Totoro-centered collaboration should definitely be on your radar. Spanish fashion house Loewe launched a capsule collection in collaboration and inspired Hayao Miyazaki’s 1988 film My Neighbor Totoro. Continue reading »

The Animal Issue: Vogue Italia Presents an Issue Dedicated to The Beauty of The Animal World

According to Emanuele Farneti, the editor-in-chief of Vogue Italia and L’Uomo Vogue: “Like this time last year, we have decided to dedicate the January issue to the environment, once again coinciding with the publication of the charter of values signed by the editors-in-chief of Vogue from all over the world.” Continue reading »

The North Face x Gucci Mark Collab Launch with Murals Across the Globe

Marking the recent launch of their collaborative collection which has received notable attention through both conventional media and social media alike, The North Face x Gucci followed up with a slew of commissioned murals in key cities across the globe. Continue reading »

Previous Generations Sure Knew a Thing or Two About Style

“My movie star looking grandparents sitting for a portrait in the early 1940s”

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Do you ever get the feeling that people are not as stylish and glamorous today as they were in the past? Many of us had this thought pass through our minds when watching a period drama or even when looking through old family photos. It could be that people put more effort into their appearance back then, or it could be the fact that taking a picture was a much rarer occurrence than today, so everyone made sure they looked their best when it happened. Continue reading »

Stunning Photos of Cher Taken by Richard Avedon for Vogue in 1966

Born 1923 in New York City, American photographer Richard Avedon began working as an advertising photographer for a department store in 1944, but was quickly endorsed by Alexey Brodovitch, who was art director for the fashion magazine Harper’s Bazaar. Lillian Bassman also promoted Avedon’s career at Harper’s. Continue reading »

Now You Can Look Like A Void With This $22 Vortex Hoodie


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There’s a general consensus that our clothing is meant to represent our personality—maybe you like to wear button-down shirts and want to always appear proper, or perhaps band T-shirts are the attire that you refuse to put down. Basically, we all have our styles and preferences, and it’s natural to strive for our brand of perfection. Continue reading »