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Yovanovitch and Louboutin’s Iconic Women Inspired Artistic Chairs

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Pierre Yovanovitch and Christian Louboutin have launched a seating collection that merges haute couture craftsmanship with a bold expression of femininity. Continue reading »

Stunning Photographs of Angelina Jolie Captured by Isabel Snyder in 1997

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In the years prior to her career in photography, Isabel Snyder was active in the arts, teaching as well as working in the fields of design, music, and theater. As a consequence of this, she developed a refined attitude toward fashion and the surrounding environment. Continue reading »

Sensual and Intricate Portraits by Irina Nikolaeva

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Irina Nikolaeva aka Irina Nart, a talented freelance illustrator based in Milan, creates beautiful, complex, and engaging portraits that blend abstract techniques, intricate line work, and traditional painting methods, drawing inspiration from fashion, people, and everyday experiences, and has collaborated with high-profile clients like L’Oréal, TNT, and FX Networks. Continue reading »

Amazing Portraits of Grace Jones, The Pop Icon of the 1980s

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Grace Jones, celebrating her 76th birthday today, has always embodied a unique aesthetic vision. Collaborating with French creator and ex-partner Jean-Paul Goude, Jones’s Afrofuturist image is as defining as her sultry contralto and provocative stage presence. Her Cubist fashion, close-cropped hair, and dramatic makeup have cemented her as a beauty icon. Continue reading »

The Vibrant Tapestry Unraveled: Jer Dee’s Fusion of Filipino and East Asian Artistry

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Jer Dee is a digital artist and illustrator who currently resides in the Philippines. His work is renowned for its whimsical style and high level of energy. Continue reading »

During the 1980s, Andre Agassi Possessed One of The Most Impressive Mullets

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Andre Agassi is widely celebrated as one of the greatest tennis players ever, with eight Grand Slam titles and an Olympic gold medal to his name. In 1995, he was ranked world No. 1 for 30 weeks. Beyond his exceptional tennis skills, Agassi was famous for his distinctive mullet. Continue reading »

Jeanne Vicerial Designs the Future of Sustainable Clothing

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A Parisian artist with a passion for clothing design ignited in her teenage years, Jeanne Vicerial (born 1991) is both a designer and a researcher. Continue reading »

The Superb 1980s Hyper-Realistic Illustrations by Japanese Artist Masao Saito

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Masao Saito, the illustrator, is celebrated for his proficiency with the airbrush, a tool he has utilized to create images that are strikingly realistic, yet carry a dreamlike quality. Continue reading »

Takahiro Miyashita’s Architectural Artistry in Hi-End Speaker Design

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When fashion intersects with technology, it can lead to remarkable innovations. Celebrated fashion designer Takahiro Miyashita has branched into audio design, introducing a speaker that masterfully combines visual artistry with acoustic innovation. Continue reading »

Vibrant Color Photos Capture Young Women in Swimsuits in the 1960s

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As the modest swimsuits of the 1950s faded into the past, the 1960s ushered in a new era of swimwear fashion. The once-demure two-piece bikini and the flashy one-piece bathing suit took center stage, captivating beachgoers and pool-party attendees alike. Continue reading »

Small Japanese Fashion Brand Creates a Godzilla Shoes in The Honor of Oscar Win

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After Godzilla’s Oscar win, a little Japanese fashion brand gains popularity. Continue reading »

Who Killed Laura Palmer? Twin Peaks Inspired Undercover Fall Winter 2024-2025 Menswear Collection

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In a bold move, Jun Takahashi of Undercover draws inspiration from David Lynch’s Twin Peaks for the Fall Winter 2024-2025 Menswear Collection. With official authorization, Takahashi seamlessly blends Twin Peaks’ eerie world into his unique design aesthetic. The collection features title graphics and stills, encapsulating the series’ essence through intricate details and symbolic elements. Continue reading »

Experience Japan in the Year 2000 Through the Eyes of This Photographer

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Based in Tokyo, Jan is a photographer with a unique perspective who was born in Taiwan and captures the dynamic energy of the city. Continue reading »

This Artist Creates Superb Fashionista Mixed-Media Collages

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The Warsaw, Poland-based artist Ania Augustynowicz specializes in motion design and mixed-media collage. Continue reading »

A Women’s Hair Style Expert Shows That Anyone Can Look Great With The Correct Cut

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Switching from long to short hair, like pixies or bobs, is a bold change that many women are now embracing. Kristina Katsabina, a short hair specialist, inspires others with before-and-after client photos. Continue reading »

Wonderful Colorized Images of Early 20th-Century Malagasy Ladies in Style

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Wearing a “lamba” is traditional attire in Madagascar. It is worn by women in the form of two matching pieces of cloth, one around the head or shoulders and the other around the waist or chest. Continue reading »

The Esquire Glamour Girl Calendar of 1948

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Esquire magazine, when it debuted in 1933, was a precursor to Playboy in many respects. It featured substantial articles but was primarily purchased for its pin-up content. Unlike photographic nudes, Esquire’s pin-ups consisted of tantalizing glamour girl cartoons, initially created by George Petty. By 1939, these cartoons had evolved into double-page spreads, essentially pioneering the concept of the centerfold. Continue reading »

Amazing “Rat” Slides by Imran Potato

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Imran Moosvi, known as Imran Potato, has created a new footwear trend with his “Rat” Slides. Known for his unconventional designs, Moosvi first gained attention with his “Caveman” slippers in 2021. Continue reading »

Winning Photos Of The World Of Wearable Art Competition 2023

The World of Wearable Art (WOW) competition is a stunning spectacle that masterfully intertwines the worlds of fashion, art, and innovation. Each year, it witnesses the relentless pursuit of creativity by visionary designers across the globe, who infuse life into wearable works of art that enchant our senses.

For over thirty years, this competition has provided a platform for mesmerizing artworks, crafted by finalists and displayed annually at the WOW Show in Wellington’s TSB Arena, New Zealand. The 2023 edition upheld this tradition, uniting artists and designers from various parts of the world. Amidst a plethora of remarkable creations, the prestigious 2023 Supreme WOW Award was deservedly awarded to Nelson designer Gill Saunders for her captivating piece, “Earthling.”

Winner Of The Supreme Wow Award And The Open Section: “Earthling”
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Designer: Gill Saunders, New Zealand
“Earthling celebrates the natural wonders of our planet in the form of an adult coloring book.” Continue reading »

The Incredibly Detailed Fake Nail Art of Vivian Xue Rahey

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Vivian Xue Rahey, a self-taught nail artist, creates realistic portraits of celebrities on acrylic nails. Initially a software engineer, she took up nail art as a hobby while launching her tech startup, but eventually chose it as her career. Continue reading »

This Hairdresser Shows how A Good Haircut Transforms a Person

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Meet Jayne Matthews, the hairdresser extraordinaire who has a special affinity for the iconic styles of the 1960s and 1970s. With each cut and style, she transports her clients from the modern era back to the vintage charm of yesteryear, infusing them with a touch of nostalgia. A defining feature of all her creations? The unmistakable fringe that adds that signature Jayne flair to every look. Continue reading »

Why Wear Your Heart on Your Sleeve when You Can Wear Your Head on Your Sleeve?

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Creepy Halloween accessory by designer Janina Udiljak: a realistic handbag in the shape of a severed head. The designer scanned her face on a 3D printer and added colorful makeup. Continue reading »

AI-Generated Fruit Fashion by Bonny Carrera

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Bonny Carrera (previously), a digital artist from Germany combines artificial intelligence and design to create distinctive, conceptual home décor and clothing items. Continue reading »

The Dance of Humanity and Nature Through the Southern Gothic Lens of Marc Stricklin

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Marc Stricklin’s artistry blends time-honored photographic methods with advanced digital tools. His upbringing in New Orleans, Louisiana, and other southern coastal cities infuses his work with a Southern Gothic flavor, evoking a sense of impending doom and perilous beauty within a minimalist framework. His work often depicts individuals in remarkable environments, revealing the intricate dance between man and nature. Continue reading »

“Survirtualism”: Absolutely Mind-Bending Photo Manipulations By Ellen Sheidlin

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Ellen Sheidlin (Elena Lyalina) is an artist who experiments with realism, virtuality, and her own dreams to create unique and perplexing artworks. She describes her style as a new direction of art called “survirtualism.” Continue reading »