Kinematics by nervous system is an application that produces intricately patterned, flexible garments and accessories that can printed in desktop 3D printers.
Benjamin Kanarek photographs Marlena Szoka in an exclusive Louis Vuitton Fall-Winter 2013-2014 ‘Night Bash’ for ELLE Mexico, December 2013.
‘Dekatria’, meaning thirteen in Greek, consists of outfits, numbered from 1 to 10, each of them inspired by its number and its geometric shape.
Fashion editorial for British men’s magazine HERO featuring, among others, pieces by Dior, Balenciaga, Prada and Saint Laurent for Spring / Summer 2014.
Origami bags made from a single piece of leather.
Inspired by the modern revolutionary ballet, the collection incorporates elements of both traditional Chinese opera and Chinese army uniforms.
Runway looks from the ‘English Rose’ collection by Burberry Prorsum for Spring/Summer 2014.
The ‘Oil + Water’ Resort 2014 collection, by Australian designer Dion Lee, is all about contradictions.
Focusing on elements of tradition, the KTZ Spring-Summer 2014 menswear collection incorporates modernity and adventurous escapism, exploring the evolution end juxtaposition of different cultures.
The juxtaposition of femininity and dynamism is evoked by blacks and whites, fluid forms and austere geometries in this collection by Portuguese fashion designer Daniela Barros.
More than 600 creations have been selected: high jewellery pieces, mystery clocks, watches and precious objects will be exhibited alongside private loans on show for the very first time.
Designer Emese Kasza of Budapest based MEI KAWA proposes a look of harmonious asymmetry in the LUSTRE OF ANTHRACITE Autumn-Winter 2013 collection.
In her avant-garde creations,Malgorzata Dudek focuses on techno-morphism, drawing inspiration from both machines and nature.
No cutting or sewing was applied to this garment formed out of a single rectangle. The light which comes through the translucent linen create a fine motif of geometric shapes formed by folding.
In this beautiful collection by Janna van Vugt the garments’ fluid geometries reshape and highlight the silhouette in an exquisitely minimalistic manner.
Stone surfaces and Antoni Gaudi were the inspiration for these crochet stitched-like shoes.
The spring-summer 2014 collection by Yojiro Kake is inspired by the Ang Lee film Life of Pi, and features elements of the Indian costumes and nautical uniforms.
Inspired by Olafur Eliasson and Buckminster Fuller, New York based designer’s Titania Inglis Spring/Summer 2014 ‘Tessellation’ collection plays with minimalistic forms and faceted geometries.
Sculptural forms rediscover the Elizabethan era in a mixture of insanity and baroque, meticulously staged in a theatrical manner.
Burqas, patterns inspired from Islamic art and influences from traditional garments of north Africa juxtapose alternative street fashion and classic forms.
Intriguing silhouettes hidden in burqas expose themselves in transparencies embellished with traditional Islamic motifs and provocative lace.
The narcissism and vanity of fashion is revealed ‘in full Technicolor’ in an editorial so astonishingly beautiful that you just can’t take your eye off it.
The multifaceted and layered qualities of quartz and agate were the starting point for the investigation of layering different fabrics.
Men on fire photographed by Diago Mariotta Mendez and styled by Shan Temuri for the latest issue of Sid magazine.
The collection’s palette of blacks and grays highlights austerity and perfectly balances the edge of the garments’ architectural geometries and angular shapes.
Dioralop by Andreja Bistricic & Maja Merlic, Spring/Summer 2014 collection lookbook.
The architectural backdrop highlights this stylishly futuristic fashion editorial by photographer Charles Guo.
Images from the lookbook of the Noritamy Spring/Summer 2014 limited edition collection.
A beautiful DIY concrete ring kit by young Australian fellow architect Linda Bennett that deserves the support of everyone in the architecture & design industry!
The wild(er)ness of the human body, as unchecked as it is intimate, is one that the designer has sought to reveal the collection.
The new Damien Hirst collection consists of 30 one-off designs based on the artist’s Entomology series showing sculls made of butterflies, bugs, spiders and other insects!
Flirting with minimalism and layering breathes through every piece, while asymmetry and transparency runs for a main symbol in designer’s spring-summer story.