Fashion and architecture have always been connected to each other and there is a great number of fashion designers who have been inspired by architecture in their works. Interest in architectural fashion does not just […]
One of the most asked questions in the fashion world right now is “how to dress after the Coronavirus?”. With public vaccination going on around the globe and restriction becoming less and less severe each […]
Every working woman’s wardrobe is full of formal and work-ready garments, so dressing up for weekends could be a little tricky. Our advice for easing up your weekend outfit is, using a fun handbag that could lighten up your […]
Yuki Hagino’s BA final collection is with no doubt one of the most architectural garments in her time. The London Evening Standard called her designs “heavenly”, whilst Elle UK say that she “provided one of […]
Dress construction: Milan Senic / Photography: Irfan Redzovic / Model: Lana Pasicimages via Amila Hrustic
The collection is by Zara Gorman. All images are the courtesy of Zara Gorman.
Margiela’s work with deconstruction in fashion was very conceptual. He used part of vintage cloths and resembling them which resulted in cloths that seem completely new. Just what Frank Gehry did in Architecture in 1977/1994 […]
In an essay by Patricia Mears “Fraying the Edges; Fashion and Deconstruction.” Mears shows that deconstruction in Fashion is not as theoretically influenced as that of architecture. In the early collections of Comme des Garcons […]