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Maison Margiela- Haute Couture-Spring 2017

These are some incredibly intricate designs by one of my fave designers, John Galliano**. Some of it is a deconstructed mess, but some are really incredible! Like the jacket in the 2nd to last photo…. the tulle creates a face! Dayum! To me, that’s a wowie wow wow! Anywho, this …

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Francesco Scognamiglio -Haute Couture- Spring 2017

Francesco Scognamiglio pulled a Maison Margiela with its bejeweled face mask, but still managed to hold his own with beautifully crafted gowns for his latest haute couture collection. My favorite look is the first look  with the motorcycle jacket with lace detail. Leather and Lace can never go wrong together …

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Clothing Carcasses

Israeli artist Tamara Kostianovsky created a series of work called  “Actus Reus”. She took pieces of clothing and created butchered meat for the series. Here is her (F)artist statement: “The material connects our bodies with the ones in the work, bringing violent acts into a familiar realm. My intention is to confront …

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Chunky Knits by OHHIO

Check out these super-duper cozy knits by Ukraine company OHHIO. They look so luxuriously cozy and warm! Contrary to popular belief, giants did not knit these with ginormous knitting needles! It’s actually made with human arms as knitting needles. Talk about having muscle man arms after making a few of …

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The Salt Bride

Israeli artist Sigalit Landau had a really cool idea of of submerging a perfectly gorgeous velvet dress in the Dead Sea and fuhgeddaboudit for two months. The result was the Morton Salt girl‘s worst nightmare…. clumped up salt on a Victorian dress! I think the dress is gorgeous, but sad that it’s …

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Grotesquely Beautiful Shoes

Israeli artist Costa Magarakis creates fantastically mystical sculptures out of shoes that are reminiscent of  the gothic works of Tim Burton and Guillermo Del Torro. These are so spectacularly splendid! The best part is you can order one of the works of art off his Etsy shop directly. My fave has to …

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