Archive for April 2011
Intelligent textiles are quite exciting, especially when they’re extremely wearable. So let’s take a look. Stone Island are already known for their research on thermo-sensitive coating for fabrics: reacting to cold (Ice Jacket) and to heat (Heat Reactive). This is their Heat Reactive Jacket, which is able to modify its color from dark to acid green (the key – temperature is 27° Celsius). Love the product & the concept!
images via hellyeahmag.com, dazeddigital.com
The concept of “Nero Nudo” is definitely more fashionable than the traditional black & white. This editorial, published in Flair Magazine, April 2011 issue, can be regarded as a perfect mix between the fashionable desert roses, Black Swan’s depression chic and the eternal seduction of the SF world.
Fashion photographer – Jean-François Campos . Styling – Vittoria Cerciello. Model – Denisa Dvorakova
photos via fashiongonerogue.com
I’m obsessed with connections – in fact, fashion is the perfect medium for creative connections. Here’s the famous jacket by Martin Margiela versus Anders Krisar’ s stunning art piece. I put together these two objects because they are similar & different and their connection leaves space for some wonderful insights.
Here’s a stunning editorial published in the April edition of Interview Magazine. Clean, edgy, perfectly designed. Fashion goes minimal, but doesn’t skip the story. Fashion plays Scince Fiction, Guinevere van Seenus plays the perfect being. Here she is in the role of Leeloo.
Photo by Mert & Marcus / styling by Ludivine Poiblanc / images via Fashiongonerogue .
People have many talents: some of them design clothes, others photograph these designs, many people love talking about it, and, some people enjoy drawing & giving it a twist.
First was Jonathan Zawada with his Fashematics, and now, there’ s Natalia Grosner – canadian fashion illustrator. Natalia Grosner ‘s fashion illustration documents the NY Fashion Week, in a personal and creative way. She’s got talent! Keep doing this beautiful job!
images via behance.net