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whatdoiwear:

Akris Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear Collection
Photos: NowFashion, for more runway gifs click HERE

whatdoiwear:

Akris Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear Collection

Photos: NowFashion, for more runway gifs click HERE

asylum-art:

Barock byRenate Buserat the Bellelay Abbey Foundation

Protagonist of this year’s edition of the Bellelay Abbey annual art exhibition, Swiss artist Renate Buser presents Barock – a monumental photographic installation that celebrates and highlights the baroque architecture of the abbey.

Marking the tercentenary of the Swiss Foundation of the Bellelay Abbey, this year the exhibition invited Basel-based artist Renate Buser to display her work in the beautiful baroque setting of the abbey.

In her characteristic style blending photography, art and architecture, she took certain architectural details from the surrounding architecture and blew them up in size, sometimes reversing them as well. This realistic imagery is then presented set in between the columns and the arches throughout the rooms, making for a new and slightly off-setting space where perspective and proportions trick the eye of the visitor for an absorbing cinematic experience.

Replay fit in HN KB. #replay #laserblast #hnmenswear

Replay fit in HN KB. #replay #laserblast #hnmenswear

CAKE #juicy

CAKE #juicy

asylum-art:

Object 12-1 Collection by Matija Čop

Croatian designer Matija Čop might be relatively new to the game, being a graduate student, but his collection, Object 12-1 is a striking mixture of sculpture and conceptual fashion. Inspired by architecture and the chiseled stone material used to construct the Šibenik cathedral, Cop used one material that was laser cut into small pieces that were then assembled together using the “plug and feather” technique.

Each sculptural garment, while made from a contemporary material, utilizes similar qualities to a building being built from stone – small pieces that work together to become a new form. After three months of production, the dramatic collection shows striking works of art that might just change how we view the future of fashion.

(via asylum-art)