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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 »

“Captivate!”: Fashionable 90s in Amazing Nostalgic Photos

Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista, Paris, 1990.

Roxanne Lowit

The 90s are back! In a richly illustrated volume, which accompanies her first ever curated exhibition, Claudia Schiffer brings together legendary fashion photographers, designers and supermodels, whose visions captivated and shaped the decade. Continue reading »

Portraits of Swiss “Halbstarken” Girls With Very Big Hair in the 1950s and 1960s

Halbstarke is a German term describing a postwar-period subculture of adolescents – mostly male and of working class parents – that appeared in public in an aggressive and provocative way during the 1950s in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Later, the term sometimes described youths in general. Continue reading »

Creative Fashion Designs by Kansai Yamamoto in the Early 1970s

Japanese designer Kansai Yamamoto (February 8, 1944 – July 21, 2020) was a fixture of the 1970s and ’80s fashion scene, and his avant-garde kimonos gained popularity thanks to one big-name fan: David Bowie. Continue reading »

Transmogrified Reality In Futuristic Design Works by Nusi Quero

Based in Los Angeles, Nusi Quero‘s work flirts between the perimeters of the virtual and the visceral. His digital designs depicting a profusion of incandescent, celestial elegance, have since transmogrified into a series of futuristic 3D-rendered couture pieces. Continue reading »

Meet the Fashion Designer Whose Fantastical Creations Reimagine Folklore for Modern Times

A young Chuvash born artist Polina Osipova is already shaping up to be a huge finding for big couture houses and those who share a love for astonishing artworks. Thanks to her unique (and we mean it) vision, she was recently requested to work with Gucci. But there is more that we can be proud of. Her idea of limelight on folk motives makes our heart melt. Continue reading »

Fabulous Photos Show Billy Idol’s Styles in the 1970s and ’80s

Born 1955 as William Michael Albert Broad, English musician, singer, songwriter and actor Billy Idol first achieved fame in the 1970s emerging from the London punk rock scene as the lead singer of the group Generation X. Subsequently, he embarked on a solo career which led to international recognition and made Idol a lead artist during the MTV-driven “Second British Invasion” in the United States. The name “Billy Idol” was inspired by a schoolteacher’s description of him as “idle”. Continue reading »

Wide-Leg Jeans: The Weird Fashion Style of the 1990s

Wide-leg jeans, colloquially called baggy pants, are a style of clothing that were popular from the early 1990s to the mid 2000s. The quintessential brand of “hip-hop”-style wide-leg jeans comes from the Los Angeles-based JNCO (“Judge None Choose One”), although other youth- and ethnic-oriented clothing companies manufacture them as well. Continue reading »

This Instagram Account Documents a World of Anonymous Street Style in New York

We’ve all seen those “candid” paparazzi shots of celebrities. They know they’re going to be photographed, so they come armed with a strategic (and eye-catching) ensemble, which is often executed by a professional stylist. But the next time you’re wandering around Manhattan and hear the sound of a camera shutter going off, watch out for photographer Johnny Cirillo—because he could be taking your picture, not a celebrity’s. Continue reading »

Evocative Sculptures And Wearable Pieces Were Created With Ordinary Fabric

According to Mariko Kusumoto: “I am fascinated by the potential of common materials like polyester, nylon, and cotton, and my goal is to bring out each fabric’s inherent characteristics and beauty. Continue reading »

Candid Photos Show Fashion Styles of Teenage Girls From the 1990s

Fashion in the 1990s was defined by a return to minimalist fashion, in contrast to the more elaborate and flashy trends of the 1980s. Continue reading »

So You Can Now Buy a Nipple Knit Top…

It’s not easy to be a fashionable woman in this day and age when everything changes so fast. Just a regular boring knit top is no longer enough. Now you must cover it with nipples keep up with the times! Continue reading »

The Crazy Hair of Mexican Cholombiano Subculture in Photographs by Stefan Ruiz

Featured below are photos of Mexican urban teens by photographer Stefan Ruiz. These weird hairstyles and distinct outfits are a part of Cholombiano subculture which they represent. Continue reading »

A Gallery of Really Bad Men’s Hairstyles of the 1970s

Men’s 1970s hairstyles were a joy to behold. In the beginning, there was the hair. And some of the hair was bad, but it was small. Continue reading »

The Whimsical Photography of Cho Gi Seok

There’s something unique about Cho Gi Seok, a photographer from Seoul, South Korea. Each and every one of his photographs tells a distinctive story that plays with texture, color, and clothing. A master of digital photography, he has brought Korea’s artistic scene to global consciousness, producing works for the covers of Kinfolk and Vogue Korea, as well as working with international brands like Adidas. Continue reading »

Unevenly Stitched Jeans Will Make You Do a Double Take

Called “Slash Jeans”, the newest clothing items in Leje’s 2021 collection actually make your legs look like they’ve been slashed by a samurai or a ninja. Continue reading »

American Artist Creates TriColored And Galaxy Like Surrealism Art

Josh Herrington creates a new aesthetic of surrealism with rainbow-like coloring. Originally from Austin, Texas, Herrington creates unique and thought-provoking surrealistic work. Herrington’s biggest addition to his style is that he will often replace a specific feature of his model with something extraordinary. This imagery holds great weight and impact, especially with the tones and shapes that he chooses to use. Continue reading »

Style Accessories Made From The Most Random Stuff You Can Find In Your Home By This Canadian Artist

It’s hard to pinpoint just how old fashion as a concept and phenomenon is, but one thing is for certain—it has been around for so long that it’s an inevitable part of any culture and society. Continue reading »

“I Knew I Wanted To Look Like That Every Single Day And So I Did” – This Woman Looks Like She Belongs In The 1970s

Have you ever wanted to live in a different era? Like the ’80s or ’70s? Do any of the older years inspire your style or music taste? Well, the ’70s surely inspire Rose Van Rijn. Continue reading »

There Are Now 3D Printing Spurs That You Can Attach To The Back Of Your Crocs

Even outlaws need to sip their whiskey with a comfortable pair of Crocs on their feet, which is why today’s post is bringing out the inner-cowboy in all of us. Transport your heels to the Wild West with these Crocs spurs, which fit perfectly on the back strap of your favorite pair of Crocs! Continue reading »

“Omniverse”: The Supercool Digital Concept Artworks of Ksti Hu

The Berlin-based multimedia artist Ksti Hu’s portfolio includes music videos, techno rave icons, and electronic album covers. And her visual language is based on the deconstruction of graphic design principles. Continue reading »

So You Can Now Buy a Crochet Penis Blanket…

Cozy up next to the fire pit with a warm, cuddly… cock and balls? This handmade Crochet Penis Blanket will make you snug as a bug – perfect for cool summer evenings and Netflix & chill nights on the couch. Continue reading »

“Elon Trust”: The Outstanding Cyber Dystopian Artworks of Antoni Tudisco

Creative director & 3D visual artist Antoni Tudisco was born & raised in Hamburg, Germany where he grew up studying media management and web design & development programming. Worked with top-tier brands Nike, Adidas, Versace, Google, Mercedes Benz, D&G etc. and has gone on to launch his own brand TUDISCO STUDIO as well. Having been featured in Vogue, Highsnobiety & Hypebeast and winning several notable design awards. Continue reading »

Beautiful ’60s Fashion Photography by Henry Clarke

Model in pink dress, 1960

Born in Los Angeles in 1918, Henry Clarke, a renowned fashion photographer, discovered his calling in 1945 whilst working as an accessorist at Condé Nast in New York. During an encounter with the Cecil Beaton during a photography session at Vogue’s studio, Clarke was entranced by the photographic image. He promptly abandoned his fashion job, borrowed a Rolleiflex camera and began taking pictures. Continue reading »