Browsing articles in "Fashion"

Black & White…

Up and out…have a great day.

1,2,3

Related Posts

Sep 21, 2011
cabbagerose

Choices, Choices…

Gold crown or gorgeous feathers?

Photography by Jessica Klingelfuss

Portrait: Brittany Hollis by Jeff Tse

inspired by one of my favorite blogs, La Boheme.

1,2

Related Posts

Sep 12, 2011
cabbagerose

Nets

Caroline Trentini by Bob Wolfenson for Elle Brazil 2011

Net by Numen/For Use

location unknown…do you know?

1,2,3

Related Posts

Aug 16, 2011
cabbagerose

Location, Location, Location…

Great location for a photo shoot…nice blend of architecture and fashion.

Andrea Klarin for Pierre Cardin by Paul & Jo Figaro

via

 

Related Posts

Aug 4, 2011
cabbagerose

Bloom…

These garments, called Living Pod by Montreal fashion designer Ying Gao curl and unfurl in reaction to light.  The project is on show at the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec in Canada, entitled Ying Gao: Art, Fashion and Technology.

via

Related Posts

Jul 28, 2011
cabbagerose

Red

Ginta Lapina by François Nars for Vogue Japan 2011

Pan II, 1980, Cy Twombly

1,2

Related Posts

Jul 16, 2011
cabbagerose

Red, White, and Blue

Costume National Fall 2011 Campaign: Valerija Kelava by Glen Luchford

Arizon Muse by Craig McDean for Vogue Italia

Dinara Chetyrova by Jamie Nelson for Elle Vietnam 2011

via

Related Posts

Jul 4, 2011
cabbagerose

Hiroko Koshino

I am  in awe of the uber-talented Japanese fashion designer Hiroko Koshino.  Hiroko is highly regarded in the fashion world as a pioneer of reinventing traditional Japanese dress.  While her contemporaries favor the avant-garde, Hiroko creates wearable clothes based on ceremonial wear updated with more volume, natural materials, and assymetric designs.  Her hallmark is the modern reinterpretation of the kimono as well as gorgeous textiles and prints of her own design.  Hiroko paints; she owns a gallery; she is considered a master of calligraphy; and she plays the Japanese three-strings guitar.  You know, I guess when you’ve got it, you’ve got it…

Tadao Ando designed Hiroko’s Tokyo home, his first private project.

via

Related Posts

Jun 25, 2011
cabbagerose

D dress

I am having fun designing my D dress

Interesting concept.
Continuum is a project by mary huang.
Read more here at ff3300.
Click images for actual size.

Related Posts

Jun 23, 2011
cabbagerose

Clouds

via

Related Posts

Jun 21, 2011
cabbagerose

There’s No Place Like Home…

Dorothy surely would have chosen these beauties to wear in Oz…

Sergio Rossi at Cannes 2011

via

Related Posts

Jun 21, 2011
cabbagerose

Fashion Circle(s)

1,2,3

Related Posts

Jun 13, 2011
cabbagerose

Wishing You…

…a new adventure.

Cushnie et Ochs 2011: Ranya, Anne Sophie & Lydia by Hugh Lippe

via

Related Posts

May 30, 2011
cabbagerose

The FORMS of Anastasiya Komarova

styling: Kseniya Berezovskaya, photo by Danil Golovkin, Courtesy of Anastasiya Komarova

I came across this incredible post at Yatzer and I immediately began to hyperventilate.  Yes, yes, a bit dramatic, but I love when architecture meets fashion.  Let’s take a look at what Yatzer has to say about Anastasiya Komarova, superstar:

The idea to make use of architectural concepts in fashion is not a new one, but scarcely have we seen results that have the quality of the accessories of Russian designer Anastasiya Komarova. What makes Anastasiya’s creations unique is her capacity to translate architectural aesthetics to something really wearable, simplifying complex ideas and taking a great care of textures and volumes. Her fashion accessories, with their pronounced shapes and sharp lines, invite you to touch them and feel their exceptional structure. Born in Kaliningrad, Russia,Anastasiya studied in Moscow Architectural Institute (MARHI), followed by a Master in Architecture in 2010, although she dedicated herself almost entirely to fashion design. Still, her education and work skills -more than 4 years of experience on both residential and public building- are imminent in her creations and her use of geometrics in order to create intriguing lines.

In February 2010 Anastasiya Komarova created her brand, called FORMS, offering a series of alternative accessories that caused a big sense-even Rosin Murphy is a fan. FORMS series, standing somewhere between vintage and futuristic, offer a wide range of designs, including leather clutches, neckpieces and armlets, all with an architectural touch.

FORMS accessories can be purchased online on Le Form concept store’s website as well as by sending an email request to Anastasiya.

via

Related Posts

May 14, 2011
cabbagerose
Pages:«123456

Categories

Email Subscription

Enter your email address:

bloglovin

Follow Me

Facebook Twitter RSS Feed