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Jack Irving’s Extraordinary Wearable Art

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Jack Irving is a visionary in the world of production and costume design. Based in London, he creates bold and unforgettable wearable art that has captured the attention of the fashion and performance industry. Continue reading »

1990s Fashion Trends for Young Women: A Photo Retrospective

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The 1990s marked a shift in the fashion industry, with a move towards minimalism and a more laid-back aesthetic. The popularity of grunge and alternative music played a significant role in this shift, as the grunge look, characterized by casual, unkempt clothing, became mainstream. Continue reading »

1950s Teenage Girls’ Fashion Captured in Vintage Photos

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In the 1950s, Christian Dior’s “New Look” of 1947 continued to shape fashion trends. The focus on femininity was evident in the use of unpadded, rounded shoulders, shapely bust lines, and defined waistlines, as well as full, billowing skirts. Blouses, jeans, and long, narrow roots were also popular choices. Continue reading »

This Artist Creates Detailed Psychedelic Tie-Dye Patterns on T-Shirts

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Tie-dye has long been a staple of bohemian fashion, with its bright, trippy patterns and bold colors capturing the imagination of fashion-lovers for decades. While anyone can try their hand at tie-dye, it takes a true artist to elevate the technique to a whole new level. Continue reading »

Dolphin Shorts: One of Popular Fashion Styles in the 1980s

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 They are typically very short and were originally made from nylon with contrasting binding, side slits, and rounded corners, with a waistband at the top—a style popular in the 1980s.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

The Future of Shoe Fashion Shown by Designers From Florence

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Florence-based brand AVAVAV has unveiled its vision of the future or what we might want to wear in the years to come. Controversial to some and adored by others, the collection featuring four-toed monster shoes and boots is more than meets the eye. Continue reading »

Vintage Photos Show Men’s Fashion Styles in the 1980s

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While men’s fashion didn’t change as dramatically throughout the 20th century as women’s fashion, 1980s men’s fashion trends and styles developed new looks alongside a resurgence of older styles. Continue reading »

Rerouted: Photography Series by Justin Dingwall & Roman Handt

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South African photographer Justin Dingwall worked in collaboration with fashion designer Roman Handt to produce the fantastic ‘Rerouted’ series of portraits. Continue reading »

Vintage Photos Show What Teens Wore in the 1970s

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Fashion in the 1970s was about individuality. Common items included mini skirts, bell-bottoms popularized by hippies, vintage clothing from the 1950s and earlier, and the androgynous glam rock and disco styles that introduced platform shoes, bright colors, glitter, and satin. Continue reading »

Exquisite: The Amazing Stanley Kubrick-Inspired Gucci Campaign

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Gucci’s Fall 2022 campaign pays homage to legendary director Stanley Kubrick by recreating memorable scenes from his movies, with a fashion twist. Continue reading »

Jewelry Designer Makes Fantastic Light-Up Earrings and Accessories

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Diana Căldărescu is a technical designer and fashion illustrator based in Los Angeles and New York City. She creates apparel, jewelry and illustrations that explores visual themes in Art Deco glamour and midcentury Soviet kitsch. Continue reading »

Impressive Black & White Fashion Photography by Pierre Turtaut

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Fascinating black and white captures by Paris-based fashion, beauty and fine art photographer Pierre Turtaut. Continue reading »

This Japanese Company Makes Custom Decorative Coffins for Vampire Fans

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Ziggy Vamp Co. Ltd., a Tokyo-based company that specializes in products for wannabe vampires, is selling hand-made, customizable coffin furniture. Continue reading »

Basically Alone We Are All: The Superb Embroidered Artworks by Cléa Lala

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French artist Cléa Lala creates provocative mixed-media artworks combining embroidery and illustration. Continue reading »

Futuristic Fashion Headwear and Accessories by Heidi Lee

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Designer and artist Heidi Lee crafts surreal wearables, garnering a reputation for her “Endless Echo Hat” that features a digitally cast, repeating version of her face. Since making its debut a few years back, the work has seen new evolutions and iterations. Otherwise, Lee toys with form and convention in her progressive pieces. Continue reading »

Dreamers: The Superb Virtual Fashion and Digital Portraits by Yugal Odhrani

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Yugal Odhrani is a multidisciplinary digital artist and Art Director from Dubai, UAE. His works are focused on elegantly connecting his love for human anatomy and fashion in a dystopian like world. Continue reading »

Flow of Time: Fashion and Surreal Photography by Synchrodogs

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Synchrodogs is an artistic duo from Ukraine – Roman Noven and Tania Shcheglova, working together since 2008. Had more than 60 exhibitions in museums and galleries all over the World. Clients: Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Lady Gaga, Bimba Y Lola, Swarovski, Kenzo, Warp records. Loving nature and sharing kindness. Continue reading »

The Mullet Shoe: Now You Can Wear a Stylish Hairstyle Not only On the Head, but Also on The Feet

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Sneaker in the front, party in the back! The Mullet Shoe is a high-top with silky smooth set of light brown locks cascading down the back. It’s a mullet… for a shoe… ready to swish all sultry when you walk, and blow romantically in the breeze. And also get muddy, matted, and rank when you drag it through the dirt, and possibly make you trip and fall on your face if you don’t mind its flowing length, which appears to be couple inches longer than the shoe itself. Continue reading »

Artist Uses Keyboard Keys To Create Unconventional Product Design

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The object of art and the means through which it is created is an ever-evolving issue. Splashed paint on a canvas is a concept that is almost a hundred years old, and the evolution of art didn’t stop there, it kept on going. Nowadays, many artists try to rethink the objects that we face daily and try to use them in a creative way to advance art even further. Continue reading »

Adhesive Bras: The Stick-On Bra Swimsuit that Was Quite Distinctive in 1949

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In May 1949, Charles L. Langs announced a daring innovation in beachwear: a pair of bra cups a woman could affix to her breasts with an adhesive. His idea was to use individual strapless cups for each breast, backed with specially developed glue. Continue reading »

Fashion Photography and Digital Experiences of Shavonne Wong

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Shavonne Wong is a 3D Virtual Model Creator and NFT Artist. Building on her experiences as a Fashion and Advertising Photographer for the past decade, she creates life-like virtual models and places them in surreal environments and the metaverse. Shavonne was named Forbes 30U30 Asia in 2020. Continue reading »

The Superb Bizarre Make Up Concepts by Tanya Savostyuk

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Tanya Savostyuk is a Belarusian make up and digital artist based in Batumi, Georgia. She uses innovative techniques to create her design concepts: mixing real and virtual materials. Continue reading »

Wake Up Little Susie: Vintage Photos That Show Styles of Teenagers in the 1950s

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The term ‘teenager’ was first introduced to the American public in the 1940s as a moniker coined by advertising executives looking to sell their products to a new audience. Continue reading »

“Blow Up to Be the Size You Want!” – Vintage Inflatable Bra Ads From the 1950s and 1960s

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What was a woman to do if she wanted to boost her cleavage in the days before Wonderbra was on the market and the more drastic measure of plastic surgery wasn’t so readily available? The answer is by wearing an inflatable bra that the wearer could blow up to the size they desired themselves. Continue reading »

In 1908, a Doctor Used X-Rays to Highlight the Damaging Effects of Tight Corsets on a Woman’s Body

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Ludovic O’Followell, a French doctor who in 1905 and 1908 published books on the effects of the corset on female health. O’Followell, however, had something that all the previous arguments and illustrations did not: he used a brand new technology to bolster his arguments. Continue reading »