McDonalds jumps on the bandwagon as part of the recent movement by fast food chains to keep their brand’s image current. To launch the change with a bang, the burger giant is putting a fashion spin on it by enlisting the help of Miami University of Art and Design student Pablo Machado and alumni Ricardo Hardouin.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Finally, fashion ‘dolls’ that grown women could appreciate. Vogue Paris put together an editorial featuring Elisabeth Erm and Magdalena Frackowiak in life-size boxes surrounded by what fashionistas dreams are made of.
Have you wanted to deck your ass in animal faces without wearing the hide of said animal? There is now a line of lingerie that allows you to wear their cute visages. Among the animals that could adorn your derriere are pandas, teddy bears, foxes and cats (black or ginger).
Artist Duy Anh Nhan Duc shows us a fusion of flora and fauna. Duc, in collaboration with photographer Isabelle Chapuise, made two series called “Etamine” and “Dandelion”. The series “Etamine” features a man merged with carnations, anemones, chrysanthemum, and iris petals.
Laura Miller shows her passion for fruits and vegetables by making it part of her wardrobe for a fun, fresh photo shoot that embodies her personality and way of life.
Bunny hug back in time in this video that highlights the dance and fashion of East London starting from 1911 to 2011. The presentation is snappy and stylish as the dancers show off the iconic fashions and footwork over the century.