‘At the End of the World to the Left’ spring -summer 2014 men’s collection by Zürich based fashion designer Julian Zigerli.
One Step Ahead: adidas Reveal World’s First all-in-one Knitted Football Boot and Sock Hybrid
adidas launch the world’s first knitted football boot
Greentomology, Campaign images of the Spring – Summer 2014 collection by New York based designer Long Tran.
Oppositions and mixing extremes: Modernity / Tradition, Masculine / Feminine, White / Black, Sharp / Liquid.
The Hervé Léger Resort 2014, inspired by scuba diving suits, proposes swimsuits and evening dresses that embrace a sexy version of glamorous minimalism.
Brass taping is pleated between sheer fabrics and is manipulated loosely to form organic waves. The collection received the HOMI Makers Design Award 2014.
Adidas has collaborated with British designer, Tom Dixon, in creating the ‘Minimalist Traveler’ canvas footwear series for spring-summer 2014.
Oversized satin flowers disguise the models forming unusual silhouettes.
A colour-coordinated kit for jilted women, containing all the tools they need to take revenge on their ex-boyfriends in style designed by Her Royal Flyness.
‘La Spina Dorsale’ 2013 BA Collection by Swedish/Italian fashion designer Lisa Laurell Amandonico at Beckmans College of Design, Stockholm.
Provocative cuts, random patterns holes and structural geometries by Chinese fashion designer Masha Ma for Spring-Summer 2014
Exploring the theme of neutrality, WXY frivolously tampers with gender and the dualism of masculine versus feminine.
Corpus Fraterna, graduate collection by fashion designer Sarah Ryan at Limerick School Of Art And Design.
The necklace is articulated as a series of lines inflecting on one another to create a sinuous ripple effect on the female body.
Dots, stripes, hearts, flowers, stars, bows, logos, rainbows, clouds and tangled outlines of all sizes flood the runway.
Etxeberría at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid.
AA by Amaya Arzuaga opened the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid.
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Why buy a new chair when you can dress up the one you have?
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Outfits that make it possible for man to live through a dark future. Inspired by Brutalist architecture due to the linear, fortress-like and blockish look.
FOORIAT brand stands for avant-garde design with deep understanding of the needs of modern men
Origami shirts that are crystallized into futuristic forms, enhanced by detailing in unexpected materials like wood.
The aim of the designer is to blend history, art, quality and aesthetics together in order to create a fresh and refined view of today’s woman.
The SS 2014 collection is inspired by Japan of the early ’900 in which richness and tradition merges with the Western world.
Superheroes might be the world’s only remaining hope. This is the message of a playful, surreal, and optimistic collection from Y-3, which showed for the first time during Paris Men’s Fashion Week.
‘The Rock’ is the twelfth shoe and the last one in the series.