What happens when you ask a fashion designer to create anything he wants for a mainstream brand? This guy is clearly not afraid of any legal actions. His designs take hints from pop culture and porn, bouncing from cool to disturbing – and sometimes just sexy.
The Dog Show was created by Anna Dewey Greer and Christine Stormberg, BFFs from Omaha, Nebraska. The shop in LA has a giant white Unicorn head adorning the doorway, which they paint black for Halloween. They have a cat telephone that meows and they eat identical suppers in pink TV dinner trays. So obviously when […]
Does socialising at fancy black tie parties make you nervous? Just slip into your black chrome helmet, it’s the ultimate fashion statement. And guess what? It also helps you feel less anxious: it keeps your noggin safe and provides a mask to hide behind in case you’re a little shy about talking to your crush. […]
Want to have some say in what t-shirt will be trending next? Get involved with the guys ar Buy Me Brunch. This cool t-shirt company based out of San Francisco really values customer feedback. It’s almost extreme. You vote on their Facebook page and they print the winning design on their super soft cotton shirts.
Do you like beer? Do you like beer so much, you’re obsessing? We saw a pretty fine collection of foamy, ale-y beer-print apparel by Black Milk Clothing and thought you should too. Made in Australia and designed by James Lillis, you can choose from the beer leggings, the beer dress or the beer swimsuit — […]
The mastermind behind the fashion label Luciana Grimaldi is the up and coming US-American designer Kellie Lamkin, who studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. After graduating, she moved to Milan to deepen her knowledge at the Politecnico di Milano. Grimaldi is actually the maiden name of her grandmother, and under that […]
The ultimate blog for the classically fashion conscious man, Anchor Division takes an inspiring look at urban menswear, be it a jacket, wallet, pair of shoes, or a scarf.
Hong Kong-based designer Kenny Li practically designed an entire collection of reconstructed — and sometimes laser-cut — collars out of materials like organic cotton and paper fabric. These are pretty inventive-looking and range from classy tailored white shirt collars to folded newsprint fabric flaps to yes, even denim-scaled ones.
It’s time to get ready for that big date you’ve been so excited about. And suddenly you have nothing to wear! What to do? Quick, these simple instructions to make R2D2 heels will save the day. Your hot date will be mesmerized with the light-up action on the toe.
There is nothing worse than kicking off your day crammed on public transport with a sneezing-mess to your left and someone’s armpit to your right. Not to mention the impossible task of getting in a thorough map consultation. But what if that armpit was fully lined, with all the necessary location details you could need […]
Everyone likes t-shirts! Everyone likes cool prints! I have just released some new t-shirt designs from my relief prints as well as a homage to our master printmaker, Albrecht Dürer. Our true homeboy printmaker.
Where’d she get that dress? Now you can find out instantly! These gorgeous dresses by Thorunn Arnadottir have QR codes beaded onto the backs. Just whip out your smart phone and snap a shot. Viola! Shopping made so easy.
There is just something decidedly zen about these Heart & Mind tanks from the Spring collection of bloke apparel brand BBC (Billionaire Boys Club). Depending on which one you’re looking at, they either scream ‘HEART’ or ‘MIND’, stretched out across the chest where the heart sits. World peace starts inside.
Kristian Schmidt and Shawn Heinrichs, who hail from different photography backgrounds — Heinrichs does underwater and marine life photography, while Scchmidt does creative fashion photography — wanted to showcase the greatness of whale sharks. So they decided to take on a shoot with models styled as mermaids alongside the graceful sea creatures. These pictures are […]
The Peter Pilotto fashion label takes the concept of dress-up to the next level. Imagine being able to transform yourself into a new, more powerful, alien character every time you get dressed in the morning. Between the chaotic geometric patterns and powerful silhouettes, women are invited to change their image like a reptile changes its skin.