The world looks differently through the eyes of an artist. Most people think 'What can I buy to myself?', but the artists look deeper - 'What can I offer to the world, that can make it better?'. Let's look through the children's eyes. They are free and limitless in their thinking.
Nature is evoked gracefully, all in subtle materials: Bark marks and frosty woodwork, Fossilized lichen, veined woods, rigid leaves, Frozen corollas and icy buds, Watered-down petals and discreet outlines, Colourful shadows with well-defined details.
WOW is New Zealand's largest arts show and each year a new theatrical world is created in which incredible garments are bought to life. This year 55,000 show goers attended from around the world. WOW® is a breathtaking spectacular of dance, theatre, music and art. The garments you see on stage are the award-contending designs selected from worldwide entries in the annual WOW Awards competition, which puts the simple, but challenging brief to designers - to take 'art off the wall and adorn onto the human form'.
Northern Irish designer Jonathan Anderson presented his label's collection for the hot season of the next year in June 2015 during the London Collections: Men. He said he wanted to show something 'laid-back, Zen-like', reminding an 'imaginary world that a child might create for himself' - and we think he did it.
It's official! J. Crew (the American multi-brand retailer, offering an assortment of women's, men's and children's apparel and accessories with more than 300 retail stores in the USA and a website for online orders) signed a deal with the 4-year-old Sydney Keiser from Milford, Ohio, to help them to create a new clothing line for kids.
Growing up in California, 'Star Wars' was a 'big obsession' for Rodarte designer-sisters Kate and Laura Mulleavy. And they've decided that their collection for Fall-Winter 2014/2015 is the right place to show it including the images of Luke Skywalker, C-3PO, R2-D2 and Yoda in a few of their garments, shown on February 11, 2014 in New York, during the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
Unusual fashion show was organized in the Polish city of Krakow.
Freshmen students from the School of Art and Fashion design presented clothes made of junk paper – ketchup sachets, bags, magazine scraps and bits of tissue. The actual show went under the slogan “Fashion from junk 2011”. The clothes from the Junk fashion show really illustrated the imagination of the students.
Most fashion students keep their finished design pieces in a wardrobe, but 22-year old Emily Crane has to use a freezer.
Kingston University fashion student created Haute Edible Couture fashion series – new strain of edible “clothing”. The young designer lives by the expression “you are what you eat” and creates intricate designs, all of which are edible. Emily Crane uses gelatin, seaweed and food dyes to form her beautiful garments and accessories.
You won’t believe that these unique artworks are in Bulgaria, 5 km from the town of Silistra, near the city’s modern landfill.
Made mostly from plastic bottles and scraps, they look great and détente the surrounding landscape with their bright, but aesthetically selected colors.
It is true, that whoever has imagination and talent can do many unique things, even with scrap!