The Extending Mini-Skirts In Paris In The Mid-1960s


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The miniskirt was introduced in 1965 at the fashion show of French designer André Courreges. He felt that the design of women’s clothes was not keeping up with the modern trends of the 1950s and 1960s and wanted to introduce a look that was modern, streamlined, and easy. His miniskirts were A-line skirts, narrow at the waist and wider at the hem, that ended four inches above the knee. Continue reading »

35 Brides Before And After Their Wedding Makeup That You’ll Barely Recognize

A wedding is a special ceremony and everything has to look perfect – from the food and decorations, to the clothes and hair. The preparations often start in the early morning and the celebration lasts the whole night – and during all this time, the bride’s makeup has to stay perfect. That’s why a good makeup artist can be a godsend for the bride. Continue reading »

Russian Artist Nastya Pilepchuk Creates Otherworldly Fashion Masks

Anastasia Pilepchuk is a fashion designer and a painter from Moscow. She presented her first collection in 2018 and is currently working on a book of her drawings to be published by Circadian Press. Anastasia is a co-founder of Areola Magazine and Areola Models agency and one half of the DJ duo Maiden Obey. Continue reading »

Kristen Stewart, Emma Watson & Indya Moore: The First Look On The Pirelli’s 2020 Calendar


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Paolo Roversi has recruited ten women—Emma Watson, Kristen Stewart, Yara Shahidi, Mia Goth, Chris Lee, Claire Foy, Mia Goth, Indya Moore, and Rosalía Vila Tobella—to interpret the role of Shakespeare’s Juliet for the Pirelli 2020 calendar. Shot in Paris and Verona over a week in May, the calendar sees them act, pose, sing; each through their own emotion, art form, personality, character, and interpretation of the role. Although the final pictures are yet to be revealed, go behind-the-scenes and see the first images here. Continue reading »

“Mumbai Stories”: Photographer Tarun Khiwal Perfectly Captures Traditional Indian Bridal Fashion With Modern Aesthetic

Tarun Khiwal is among India’s leading fashion photographers and a true maverick. Recognized and featured internationally, his experimental style and finesse transformed fashion photography in India, and gave it a global edge while also ushering in a new era of exploration. His journey with the art form began 25 years ago, and without any formal training, his undying passion and commitment have led him to become one of the world’s leading photographers. Continue reading »

Fierce Viking Hairstyles For Modern Day Valkyries


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Vikings are truly history’s badasses – the wolf fur wearing, Sleipnir-taming conquerors that have left their incredible mark all over the world. And though one might think of them as mountain-sized savages, the truth is that Vikings cared about their appearances as much as they cared about Odin. Not only they were known for their love for sauna and general cleanliness, but also their red or blond meticulously well-kept manes, that have led the Viking men to be regarded as wife-stealers and maid charmers. Continue reading »

Modern Magnetic Neckties That Conveniently Attach To Magnetic Knots For Easily Interchangeable Styles

The Modern Tie’s “knot” is actually a solid piece that anchors to the top button of your shirt. The rest of the tie snaps into the knot via neodymium magnets, eliminating the need for tying, and making for quick changes. You can pair any tie design with any knot design. Continue reading »

Wearable Macramé Sculptures By Sandra De Groot Serve As Soft Headpieces And Armor

A beanie hat knitted from long human hair…A white virginal ballet dress with meters of armpit hair…A baby doll with a hairdo of razor blades… It was with this collection of hair sculptures that Sandra de Groot obtained her degree in 1998 from Minerva Art Academy in Groningen, the Netherlands. Continue reading »

Dolphin Shorts: The Favorite Fashion Trend Of The ’80s Teenage Girls

Dolphin shorts or Dolfins are a specific style of unisex shorts for athletics. They are typically very short and were originally made from nylon with contrasting binding, side slits, and rounded corners, with a waistband at the top. A style popular in the 1980s. Continue reading »

Japan’s Hottest New Instagram Model Is An 84-Year-Old In His Grandson’s Clothes And He Looks Amazing

In the age of Instagram, it is said that anyone can be a model.

Social media has given people of all ages, body shapes and races a platform to show just how fashionable they can be. One of these unconventional success stories is Japan’s hot new Instagram star called SLVR TESTUYA. Continue reading »

Vintage Adverts Of Hair Necessities For Men From The 1970s

Whilst the world of ladies’ grooming and hair care products seems to be constantly evolving and presenting new and ever more challenging products the main thing us chaps need to worry about according to the magazine and newspaper advertising is er, dandruff. Now call us old stick in the muds but we reckon that whilst products (and the marketing therein) for the fairer sex have improved beyond comparison we seem to have got a bum deal. In fact we would argue that things have in fact moved backwards. Continue reading »

See-Through Japanese Schoolgirl Lingerie Is A Great Way To Get Kicked Out Of Class

Oddity shop and bookstore Village Vanguard has always been open to carrying eccentric products, but over the years they’ve garnered a reputation for tapping into staples of Japanese fashion to fill out their wardrobe offerings. Tapping into the classic sailor uniform look, Village Vanguard is now selling a new lingerie set, only this time it’s a see-through Japanese schoolgirl lingerie set. Continue reading »

“Beauty Warriors”: Fine Art Portrait Photography By Evija Laiviņa And Her Powerful Message For Our Society

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The series “Beauty Warriors” is collection of photographs featuring strange and unusual-looking beauty products. All the products were bought on Ebay, and most items were made in China. These products promise instant cures to almost all beauty problems; they fight “problem zones” and promise to cure problems without surgical intervention. Each item visually appeals to me and I tried to show the relationship between beauty product and model. Continue reading »

Moschino Reveals Capsule Collection With The Sims

Moschino is bringing high-fashion to fans of the gaming world with a new capsule collection inspired by The Sims.

The collaboration between the luxury Italian fashion designer and the life-simulation video game includes a range of Sim-like clothing that will finally let you dress yourself as your Sim – and not the other way around. The line, which comes as The Sims is set to celebrate its 20th anniversary next year, consists of pixelated clothing, designed to resemble jeans and leather jackets, accessories, swimwear and phone cases. Continue reading »

This Is How Men Should Look… According To Fashion Designers

Featured below are some of the most bizarre and insane men’s outfits from various fashion designers. Only one questions comes to mind: “What the hell were they thinking?!” Continue reading »