In Thailand, one teen is proving that you don’t need a lot of money to look fabulous. Just maybe a lot of banana leaves, corrugated sheets, and other everyday items.
For ZANEROBE’s latest collection, designers took inspiration from all corners of the globe and turned their ideas into Montage. This classic yet contemporary (and very, very dapper) collection is a ‘creation of now’, with standout garments that go from work to after-work drinks with so much ease, all while making your best buds envious of your style.
Iceland-based artist James Merry combines whimsy with athletics by embroidering famous flowers and plants into famous sportswear logos.
You’d think these things only happen in Japan. In the district of Gangbuk in Seoul, young women (and a few men) are hopping on board the latest hair trend: heart-shaped bangs, or what they call ‘hateu aapmuhri’.
Every once in a while a piece of clothing comes along that makes you cringe so much, you can barely stand looking at it for more than a few seconds. First it was Borat’s Mankini then it was the half-on-half-off jockini. Now, it’s the Andrew Christian Hotness Mask Gym Hoodie.
I came across Hammen’s embroidery and sweaters a while ago and couldn’t stop thinking about them. Her embroidery reminds me of someone’s sketchbook of experiments. Her combination of stitching, beadwork and knitting comes together in a wonderful eclectic way. I would love to see her supply closet.
Masha Mel is an amazing fashion photographer based in London. Mostly shooting women, Mel has a way of capturing the inner (and outer) beauty in each of her models. Her work spreads along a spectrum of Spring Breakers (the movie) looking girls to serious runway model attire.
If you haven’t been remiss in your Lost At E Minor reading, then you would have seen the post in March on Menswear Dog, the fashionable Shiba Inu dressed up in GQ worthy duds. It turns out that dogs aren’t the only creatures who look good decked out in trench coats, fur collared jackets, or denim shirts. In Miguel Vallinas’s series Second Skins, we see all sorts of beasts, from deer and zebras to owls and roosters, modeling the best of contemporary fashion for us.
Streetwear in a tiny package. This lapel pin set from Fourth is King features three of the brand’s classic graphics – boombox, lightning, and amigo – all in gold dye struck soft enamel. The perfect accompaniment to totes and messenger bags, and an great addition of swagger to any collar. Now available in the Lost […]
Beastwares is back with their newest sparkly creation, and this time it’s a seriously badass hoodie, with a pretty epic video to go along with it. They have pockets galore, are fully lined with an extra high collar, and obviously, sparkles. Even the ZIPPER is shiny! If you’re interested in shielding yourself from evil, making […]
At the recent Berlin Fashion Week, I met with Ebru Özyürek, a multi-talented fashion and couture designer based in Berlin. I love that she has a open conception of fashion, seeing it more like a celebration of art and visual love instead of squeezing it into strict boundaries. Quite fittingly, then, she titles herself a […]
So the fashion and engineering students of Sheffield Hallam University recently designed a wedding gown that dissolves in water to become multiple fashion pieces. What is this voodoo? Well, polyvinyl alcohol, a sort of environmentally-friendly polymer, that’s what. Each layer of the dress dissolves to reveal a fashion piece. If you’ve got doubts about marrying […]
Here’s something we’re super excited about. LA-based apparel brand SuperVague just released their latest t-shirt design, which just so happens to be a collaboration with Lost At E Minor. Yup.
So, this 24kt gold plated brass cuff by Tom Binn looks a bit torturous to wear, no thanks to it being full of sharp teeth. Also, it possibly makes the wearer look like his or her arm is being chewed off. Well, there had to be a reason why The Last Laugh is this cuff’s […]