Van Gogh’s style of art met the Tardis in paint and then got plastered all over these leggings who now have the power of geek in the style of a master of art. Costs $27.
I ought to be jealous. This menswear dog is better looking than me, probably earns more than me, and is way more stylish than I’ll ever be. Menswear Dog is a 3 year old shiba inu living in NYC, and this smart dog has a lot of work as a male fashion model.
Puma is all set to get to work on its environment credentials with a new line of products that promise to have low impact on the environment. Dubbed InCycle, clothes and accessories in the line have been made with the use of recyclable and compostable materials.
All that glitters are shiny lips with these lip tattoos. We’ve seen these lip tattoos by Violent Lips in patterns before, and this time they’ve gone all shiny and sparkly. The temporary tattoos can last four to twenty four hours and look really shiny and sparkly while doing so. Available on Amazon.
Gentlemen, our prayers have been answered. The brand new Ultimate Tech Collection clothing line from Indochino flaunts nanotech goodness that repels spills, stains, odors and wrinkles while staying their best for a long long time. A protective nanotech coating on these wool suits keeps them up and running as ready to wear all the time, and apparently also good enough for some rough use without worrying too much about the dirty clothing consequences. Such comfort of course, does not come cheap for the range begins at a woozy $630.
When you have six mechanical arms on your dress flailing about like those of a spider, you know you will be taken seriously, or at least be the center of attraction. Which, reminds me that this is going to be an excellent ice breaker, right before it freaks people out. To be pedantic, the dress has six mechanical arms, so it isn’t exactly a spider, but those six legs do look awfully spidery and we’re not going to argue with a person that’s wearing a robotic spider. Creepy Couture, as it is called, is the work of Anouk Wipprecht and engineer Daniel Schatzmayr.
Famous designers get in touch with the fashion sense of Disney princesses in these images that were offered up by London based store Harrods.
High heels are high fashion, but things tend to quickly tumble if they aren’t made exactly the way they were supposed to be. Revers Heels by Leanie van der Vyver look trippy, we might call them good if the woman wearing them didn’t appear to be so uncomfortable. But then don’t rely on our judgement, we’re pretty bad at handing out verdicts when it comes to fashion. Who knows, this might be the next big thing… well, maybe not.
Apparently made to make the Forever Alones feel better and well adjusted, the Hug Me jacket is the epitome of being super needy. Designer Si Chan made the all gropey, all huggy jacket in an attempt to make the wearer feel warm and hugged. We’re not sure how this works, but if you have 5 pairs of hands simultaneously around your torso, something might be off.
Artist Candice Milon put together the outfits of iconic movie characters in the photoshoot for French magazine Sport & Style. Quite an interesting set, and one that gives you a feeling of oh of course when you recognize an outfit that couldn’t clearly be associated at first look. Take a look at the outfits here, and mouseover images to see the associated movie names.