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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 »

Style on The Big Screen: David Murray’s Fashionable Movie Characters

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The Irish artist David Murray decided to add style to the classic movie characters and drew them in the most fashionable suits from Givenchy, Burberry, Calvin Klein and other famous brands. Continue reading »

Artist Heidi Reed Creates Jewelry from the Moose Poop

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Are you looking for a present to cheer up a friend or to make an unexpected romantic gesture that your partner will love? Have you considered jewelry made out of moose poop? There are of options to choose from on Heidi Reed’s Etsy store. The prices are pretty low (compared to gold or silver jewelry), and Heidi will ship this shit anywhere! Continue reading »

An Artist Creates Jewelry Inspired by Pokemon

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These are some nostalgic jewelry pieces designed by Orion Ivliev that take inspiration from our favorite 90’s Anime series. Continue reading »

Nostalgic Photos Show Fashion Styles of Young People in the 1980s

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Fashion of the 1980s placed heavy emphasis on cheap clothes and fashion accessories and very big poofy hair. Apparel tended to be very bright and vivid in appearance. Punk fashion began as a reaction against both the hippie movement of the past decades and the materialist values of the current decade. The first half of the decade was relatively tame in comparison to the second half, which is when the iconic 1980s color scheme had come into popularity. Continue reading »

Skirts and Saddle Shoes: Favorite Styles of ’40s Teenage Girls

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The term ‘teenager’ was coined in 1941, and Seventeen magazine printed its first issue in 1944, showing off young teenager-targeted clothing and interests. It was a new market, one that was somewhere between girls and college-age young women. Continue reading »

Portraits of Twiggy Taken by Ron Burton for the Mirror and Herald in 1966

Twiggy was a British cultural icon and a prominent teenaged model during the swinging ’60s in London. Continue reading »

Twins Show What Pop Culture Characters Would Dress Like In Real Life

Ever feel like you have nothing to wear even with a closet full of clothes? Yes, us too. Although who would’ve thought that it’s possible to look for outfit inspiration in famous pop culture characters – even the animated ones. Continue reading »

Cool Pics Show Fashion Styles of ’80s Couples

The 1980s are easily identifiable. This amazing decade featured fast music, sporty cars, TV in every home, and new materials that changed the world. Continue reading »

Cool Photos Of Women Who Dared To Get Their Hair Cut Short And Got Awesome Results Thanks To This Hairstylist

If you are looking for a change after the interesting year that was 2021, why not use this time wisely to plan your next short haircut? Over the past decade or so, short hairstyles have stunned the world of media, and these days more and more women prove that gone are the days when women were expected to keep long, luscious hair just to avoid stereotypes. Continue reading »

Mushrooms That Look Like Lady Gaga

While many sea slugs look like David Bowie, it seems that Lady Gaga is more of a mushroom person. Scroll down to see for yourself, the resemblance is uncanny! Continue reading »

Cool Photos Defined Fashion Styles of Young Women in the 1970s

The 1970s began with a continuation of the hippie look from the 1960s, giving a distinct ethnic flavor.

Popular early 1970s fashions for women included Tie dye shirts, Mexican ‘peasant’ blouses, folk-embroidered Hungarian blouses, ponchos, capes, and military surplus clothing. Bottom attire for women during this time included bell-bottoms, gauchos, frayed jeans, midi skirts, and ankle-length maxi dresses. Hippie clothing during this time was made in extremely bright colors, as well as Indian patterns, Native American patterns, and floral patterns. Continue reading »

Did You Know There’s an Annual Duck Fashion Show In Australia?

Forget about New York Fashion Week or the Paris runway. In Sydney, Australia, well-dressed ducks steal the scene at the annual “Pied Piper Duck Show”, an event that’s part of Sydney’s Royal Easter Show for more than 30 years. Continue reading »

Denture-Inspired Items by Artist Mr. Basic

Feeling as though our posts lately haven’t quite been odd enough to live up to our name, we present to you the denture-inspired items and jewelry by artist who calls himself Mr. Basic. Continue reading »

Relatable Comics About Women’s Fashion

According to Hanna, the creator of the webcomics @bloome_comics:”Girls are always complex about their appearance: they are too thin, then too fat. We torture ourselves with diets and don’t leave gyms, instead of one day going to the mirror and saying to our reflection: “You are damn attractive!” Continue reading »

Cool Photos Defined Fashion Styles of Young People in the 1970s

The early 1970s fashion scene was very similar to 1969, just a bit more flamboyant. It wouldn’t be hyperbole to say that a fashion revolution occurred in the 1970s. Polyester was the material of choice and bright colors were everywhere. Men and women alike were wearing very tight fitting pants and platform shoes. Continue reading »

Found Photos Show Fashion Styles of ’80s Young Women

Fashion of the 1980s placed heavy emphasis on cheap clothes and fashion accessories and very big poofy hair. Apparel tended to be very bright and vivid in appearance. Punk fashion began as a reaction against both the hippie movement of the past decades and the materialist values of the current decade. Continue reading »

Human Psychology and The Tiny Struggles of Everyday Life in Beautiful Artworks of Esra Gülmen

Esra Gülmen is a Turkish visual artist and designer based in Berlin and member of ADC Germany. After studying interior design and working as an academic in the department of Fine Arts at Marmara University, Istanbul, she moved to Germany and started working as an art director and designer at the creative company Ogilvy, spending four years as a Head of Design in the Berlin office. Continue reading »

The Expressive Digital Fashion Collages by Charles Bentley

In this ongoing self-initiated project, Brooklin-based designer Charles Bentley combines organic elements with human bodies to produce interesting collages. Continue reading »

Photographer Sets Up A Garden In Living Room And Did Photoshoots To Document Her Cancer Journey

Renee Hibbert is a fine art portrait photographer born in Sydney, NSW Australia. Growing up on the Mid North Coast surrounded by beautiful beaches and creativity and spent her teens and twenties working as a musician. She graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Arts and Teaching in 2007 from the University of Newcastle. Continue reading »

Meet Sarah Mayer, a Digital Fashion Artist and AR Creator

“Hi! My Name is Sarah Mayer! I am a Digital Artist and Creative Director for Popul-AR. I have been traditionally trained in Fashion & Design with experience in Costume Design, on Film Sets and Event Manager. I now use those skills to contribute in the development of exciting XR projects for Popul-AR and for my personal brand. While still in school, I was fortunate to intern at Walter Van Beirendonck, a Belgian Designer, who continues to be an inspiring and motivating figure.” Continue reading »