Not that most of us would think Camp Fashion means tie-dyed summer-cabin wear, but what exactly does Camp mean in relation to what we wear? Or what celebrities wear, to be exact. Watch the video above for The Met’s explanation, in relation to their new exhibition. See how […]
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is premiering the first ever exhibition on the work of French creator Thierry Mugler, an original cultural force who revolutionized fashion and haute couture.
Catch inspiration from the World of Wearable Art without traveling to New Zealand, where the international competition is held each fall. After 25 years, it’s a mega-production described as a “glorious rebellion against the mundane.” Organizers picked inspirations from previous winning entries, and sent some on the road in […]
These lush works by Dutch photographer Hans Withoos are typical of creations scheduled for next month’s Fashion Art Toronto, a staple over the last decade for its avant-garde art, photography and design.
Michael Vollbracht’s art is as diverse as his background. On exhibition currently at Wally Findlay Galleries, Palm Beach, he is an accomplished artist, a distinguished fashion designer, a published author and an international illustrator.
This is a brilliant infographic by Paul North at Mediarun, a company based in the U.K. Click on the poster below to go to a version you can enlarge. Click here to read North’s explanation of why and how they did it.