Reuse & Repurpose: Black & White & Read All Over
Don't just recycle your old newspapers! Why not make a lovely pleated dress out of your already-read New York Times like the one here in the Arche shoe shop on Astor Place? I wouldn't suggest wearing this paper and ink creation out on a rainy day unless you tailored a pretty trench coat out of -- lets say -- white garbage bags! Always Frugal, Always Fabulous, The Elegant Thrifter
5 paper artists who make incredible artworks from old maps - Upcyclist
These 5 paper artists make incredible works of art by cutting, stitching drawing and painting onto found and vintage maps
Lynn Dennison: Self-Portrait, 2008, wire, paper... - rlaneri
Lynn Dennison: Self-Portrait, 2008, wire, paper and photographic images, image via Gallery K Clothes are memories. When I think back on my childhood – and adolescence, and young-adult life – I remember, vividly, what I wore. The summer of 1990 is largely defined by a strawberry-printed jumper, the freedom I felt when wearing it and running outside, and the security it gave me, knowing that my mother’s loving hands made it especially for me. I remember nothing about the “Snow Ball” dance I…
50 Origami-Inspired Fashion Styles
Origami-Inspired Fashion Styles - With fashion constantly changing within a blink of an eye, you never know what style or technique may be the next big hit, but these origami-inspir...
Borrowing from Spores!
Nature is one of the major sources of inspiration for designers. For nature offers a great deal of colours, materials and patterns to start off with. And, for the next seasons, the theme that the fashion world will borrow is that of spores. The morphology of spores combined with a vivid range of colours will dominate
Issey Miyake unfolds a new line
After a more than 10-year stretch in which the quintessentially Japanese designer has overseen the production of clothes under his label by other creators,