Fashion

http://www.josephford.net

http://www.josephford.net

http://www.josephford.net

This project, by Brighton based photographer Joseph Ford, combines aerial landscapes with matching fashion. To perfectly combine the two different shots must have taken quite some time in planning and executing. I just love those diptychs and the fresh approach to combine fashion with landscapes like this. to see more of Ford’s work, go here.

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W-eye is a company designing and manufacturing hand made wooden frames for glasses made by Milan based designer Matteo Ragni and wood specialist Doriano Mattellone. I’d like to try one of those, I imagine them being very comfortable to wear. To find out more about the process and/or see their range of models go here.

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I totally love the idea of those sunglasses made from broken skateboard decks. Crafted entirely in Shwood’s local woodshop, this one-of-a-kind pair of sunglasses was created out of curiosity, just to see what was possible. For more of Shwood’s experiments visit: ExperimentWithNature.com

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Box Couture, by TheBétaVersion and Dombon-a-Tanya, is the result of two unlike design teams creating an accessory collection made of fine wood and beautiful leather details. I’d love to have any of those, but would probably start with the iPhone case. To see more images go here.

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Just in time for the lovely cold weather! Instead of freezing your hands off while answering your call you can now use the Mujjo touchscreen gloves to use with your touchscreen smart phone. And if you are looking for another color than black, you can find similar gloves at Muji, for the same price.

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Filmakers Aaron Rayburn and Ryan Bush created this short documentary about Andrea Aranow who is a textile collector and clothing designer. Her archive in Portland, Oregon consists of over 26,000 pieces meticulously archived in a digital collection. She has been a clothier to Jimi Hendrix, Miles Davis, and the house of Alexander McQueen.

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I truly enjoyed browsing through the 8 Bit Fashionary poster series, inspired by the retro 8-bit graphic and mixed with the Fashinary templates. The posters are available to buy in A0 and A1 format. To see the whole series, go here.

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Just came across this lovely iPad bag, designed and produced by Fahrer Berlin. I love how you can wear it on your shoulder or simply fasten it to your bike. Smart idea, well designed.

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Look at those adorable Japanese sandals (geta) made by the japanese wood toy manufacturer kiko+. They come in fife different colors and footprints: cat, gecko, owl, monkey and zaurus.

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I found the work of the collective The T-shirt Issue quite interesting. The Muybridge installation is a three-step sequence of a bird spreading its wings, reconstructed and sculpted into a T-Shirt.

This study leans on Eadweard Muybdridge’s photography work in the late 1800s, with which he pioneered in the field of capturing animal and human locomotion.

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I love the outcome of Daryl Banks‘ photos, called Crinoline Flowers. The images by the Toronto based photographer are available through the Eckhart Gallery. You can see more of this series here.

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The Spacebag, designed by Otaat, looks so simple and nice! I just put one on my wish-list.

Los Angeles-based design label Otaat approaches each product from an artistic and design-oriented perspective by asking two questions: What if? Why not? These questions generate alternates to conventional scenarios and provoke Otaat’s creative process of play, whim, and rigor.

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Society27 is a collective of designers working together to create 27 pieces of whatever product they decide to focus on. For their first project they’ve selected shoes and Sneaker. I just love the shoe box, but I am sure the shoes are comfy too.

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For the launch of the Nike Free Run+ 2 City Pack series, YesYesNo was invited to develop software that would allow runners to create dynamic paintings with their feet using their Nike+ GPS run data. The resulting images are based on the speed, consistency and unique style of each person’s run.

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Advanced Style short film from teenage peanut video productions on Vimeo.

This little short film, made by Lina Plioplyte & Ari Cohen, shows truly refreshing and inspiring older women embracing fashion and life in a wonderful way.

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