Posts Tagged ‘Fashion’
Doppelgänger kissing mask by Portuguese artist Didier Faustino.
Not sure why, but I keep waiting for her to fall. Yves Saint Laurents Fall/Winter 2010-2011 Campaign Video with music by Fischerspooner.
I don’t often watch reality shows because I know they’re manipulated to enhance the drama and rarely do I see true talent. But this 2010 season trailer for Finland´s Next Top Model looks fun and puts tired old Tyra’s tyrannical mess of a show to shame.
There’s something a little protruding about this men’s geek chic fashion spread from Vice magazine.
Art and fashion from Helsinki fashion brand Gilles et Dada. HOT!
via: Art Milk
Wig Maker Charlie Le Mindu Spring 2010. A touch of Surrealism or insanity?
The above image is reminiscent of Udo Kier’s coat in Andy Warhol’s Blood For Dracula.
Interesting vision of fashion of the year 2000 from 1930s a perspective. At about 1:02, the narrators delivery of “ooh swish” sounds remarkably like the “oh snap” of nineties, which actually dates back to the early eighties. The men’s fashion of the future got it close with the phone, radio, coins, and candy for cuties. Flash forward 2007: Cell phone, iPod, credit card, and Viagra. Flash foward 2009: iPhone, coins, Viagra. I have to say that I do like the idea of the electric belt that adapts the body to climactic changes. Then, the choice to wear flip flops with a down jacket, that’s seen so often on the streets of San Francisco, will not seem so ridiculous and just be ridiculed as a really bad fashion choice.
This brilliant photo by Gainsbury & Whiting for designer Alexander McQueen humorously references Damien Hirst’s fetishized dead animals suspendend in formaldehyde filled vitrines. There’s a subtle irony with the deer gazing at a posthumous floating Hirst and and yet the indirect irony of this photo lies in the fact that although the artist has made a fortune off the dead, he would be even wealthier if he himself were dead. Hirst is a master a self-marketing and understands the value of the Damien Hirst brand. He was recently able to circumvent his galleries and go directly to auction with his work and the payoff was huge even with a global economy in dire straits.