There’s a new trend in China that has, well, sprouted from out of nowhere and is now growing: teens sporting sprout headwear. The clipping of sprouts on hair started a few months ago, and it seemed to serve as a symbol of protest against the decline of greenery in urban environments.
Artist Gretchen Roehrs isn’t exactly a stylist, but she dresses up the models she draws in pretty delicious outfits. These delicious outfits are composed of food items, of course. Roehrs’ gals are adorned in fashionable dresses made of strawberries, mint leaves, onions, and even banana peels.
Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren combine art and fashion in quite the unexpected way for their Wearable Art Collection presented at the Haute Couture Autumn/Winter 2015 fashion show.
The 70s was an eclectic period in history–a fact that was made apparent by the decade’s fashion. Lurid patterns, crochet vests, shirt-skirts that are seemingly awful sleeping attires, and skimpy-beyond-comfort briefs are some of the garments that lorded over clothing stores back then.
Shoe Bakery combines what any red-blooded female openly desires, shoes and desserts with the slight caveat that these pairs only looks good enough to eat but falls short of actually being edible. Satisfying every girl’s confectionery dreams, the handmade masterpieces hits the full spectrum of sweet delights from Pink Sprinkle flats to Ice Cream Heels.
With his personal quote in mind “Wearability is out of the question. If you love a shoe enough, you’ll find a way to wear them,” Kermit Tesoro creates shoes that look more like art sculptures than something that belongs on someone’s feet.
Architect and fashion illustrator Shamek Bluwi turns paper dress cutouts into a canvas filled with nature’s wonders and architectural structures for a delightfully vibrant and ever-changing palette.
For tree-huggers and plant lovers alike, Colleen Jordan’s adorable wearable planters are a creative way to carry a little bit of nature with you. The Industrial Design graduate uses 3-D printed nylon plastic to construct the wearable small pots. You can wear the unique accessories around your neck, pin them to your favorite outfit, or even attach one to your bike.
United Nude and 3D Systems brought together a collaboration from 5 creatives that made headlines at this year’s “Re-Inventing Shoes” exhibition at Milan Design Week. From the lattice work to the nature-inspired matrices, each novelty pair is an exploration on the limits of functionality and fashionable design.
Two unlikely pair make a successful collaboration for the latest Instagram craze @coffeenclothes where ‘stylishly caffeinated,’ Insta-users share their wardrobe pick of the day and coffee beverage of choice for a daily dose of fashion and caffeine inspiration for its loyal followers.