- Where do you find inspiration for your creations? - That depends on the project. I am mostly fascinated by the military uniforms but sometimes I am using details for haute couture transforming them to suit on a man's wordrobe. - Who are your favorite designers and why? - Botega veneta, Burberry, Ermenegildo Zegna. Their creations are chic and stylish with a twist of classic tailoring. - Men do not always pay attention to the way they dress.
With Fashion reddit The drones are coming to steal your privacy, but now there's a fashionable way to tell them to butt out. Join the Stealth War Wear. Stealth Wear, which was created by Adam Harvey , was designed to " protect the wearer from drone surveillance ." While it seems like privacy has become a privilege , it can now also be quite fashionable --Harvey has designed a scarf and hoodie that are "anti-drone," limiting the thermal- imaging technology drones use to acquire information. Harvey spoke to Wired about what prompted him to create the collection of outerwear: Total surveillance is a term I first heard from Anders Sandberg during this presentation at a Tabula Rasa conference... He predicts that by 2050 a country can execute total surveillance on a population for .01% of their GDP.
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Cline dancing in Garson & Shaw's "Not Trashy" video. Garson & Shaw invited over 200 members of the textile recycling industry to Atlanta, Ga., to converse about recycling and do a remake of the Pharrell "Happy" single.YouTube/Garson & Shaw Follow: Related more info Photo: Author Elizabeth L. Cline autographs her book, "Overdressed: The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion," at Garson & Shaw's Atlanta conference in May 2014.Shamontiel L. Vaughn Author Elizabeth L. Cline autographs her book, "Overdressed: The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion," at Garson & Shaw's Atlanta conference in May 2014.Shamontiel L.
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Shell throw in a fun accessory like a bold necklace or hat to bring the outfits up a notch, but her style is simplistic and casual. Lius blog is filled with great inspiration for your everyday look on campus. Image via honeynsilk.com Image via honeynsilk.com Vintage Virgin Vintage Virgin is a fashion blog that is, admittedly, not my style, but one of my favorites nonetheless. Jessica Virgin is a Texas blogger who incorporates one-of-a-kind vintage pieces into her wardrobe for a look that is all her own and is difficult to describe as anything other than eclectic. I still like following her blog because despite not being my style, I look to her for inspiration anyways.
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You want to know how bad the 90s were for fashion? Even I don't sentimentalise them, and I sentimentalise everything, from crap 80s Chevy Chase comedies I saw as a kid to crap 1990s film soundtracks I liked as a teenager (Lisa Loeb, Sixpence None the Richer, the Cardigans you are not forgotten). The 90s is when I was a teenager. I had my batmitzvah, moved out of home, went to university, had my first boyfriend, and started working all in the 90s. By rights, the 90s should be the decade I cling on to with a talon-like fierceness out of a misguided fondness for my youth. And to a certain degree, I do.