Miss Aniela has earned a spot among my favorite photographers.
Her Surreal Fashion series is stunning…full of rich, unique scenery.
Okay, this shirt is patently absurd, but it’s so bad that it’s actually kind of intriguing and mesmerizing.
All I could come up with is “Head of the Narcissist Convention.”
Which one is your “favorite?”
I am SUCH a sucker for galaxy print clothing (or galaxy printed ANYTHING I guess). Starstuff Clothing now has a kickstarter campaign to vastly expand their range of items and significantly lower the price.
The company designs T-Shirts, Dresses, Tank Tops & Socks that feature the natural splendor of the Universe itself. They only use real celestial images, and the result is excellent. Even better, the threads themselves are dyed in their process, so these products don’t contain the characteristic stiffness of some printed shirts (I’ve certainly ordered a few from other companies and been sorely disappointed by that!).
I really look forward to seeing the ladies’ t-shirts and dresses!
A Google image search ties this dress to Lucky 9 Designs, but I don’t see it in the photo albums there (I discovered it on Pinterest). At any rate, here’s something for the VERY offbeat brides in the audience:
Have you or would you ever wear a wedding dress like this? I would probably go more traditional (believe it or not!), but I admire the artistry.
I’m a bit torn about fashion photography. I love the artistry involved in some shoots, but hate to support the rampant pressure to develop eating disorders in the industry.
Lucia Giacani has a series I can’t help but love. Matching makeup to anatomical models? Yes please!
Do you have a favorite fashion photographer?
I happen to be an extremely feminine creature in all ways, but sometimes I take note of the fact that if I were a man I would undoubtedly have a collection of bizarre and interesting ties.
Tie Story makes me want to just start wearing this accessory myself with button down shirts (the one problem is that standard ties are WAY too big for my diminutive frame…maybe I can find skinny ones).
My other absolute favorite store in the tie market is Cyberoptix. Great stuff.
Sansabelt is actually making a comeback. Perchance the advertisement is not completely real, but Eldridge Cleaver DID in fact market the “front and center” design below. What more can be said. Discuss amongst yourselves.
McQueen created his own ‘museum of woman-monsters’ in his second couture collection for Givenchy, Eclect Dissect, shown in July 1997. In the period leading up to to the show, his art director Simon Costin combined the late Victorian costumes McQueen was then looking at with with a series of animated skeletons and muscle men from the sixteenth-century anatomical plates of Andreas Vesalius in a series of collages.