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I don't wear dresses kleidersachen: Maria Fernanda Cardoso, Ruana, 2008 lambda print on photographic paper

l'instant magic: Paper Fashion exposition at MoMu in Antwerp, by Antwerp Fashion Observer

Large scale origami anyone? I die for the Paper Fashion Exhibition at MoMu Fashion Museum in Antwerp. All photos by Antwerp Fashion Observer

t3ckr0:  Monsters in fashion by H.O.P.E. & Digitaria

tomscholes: “As exercise, I’ll be sharing a drop of my inspiration folder each day for a month. The theme will remain unspoken and will be relaxed yet connected. Let me know what you think and if.

MINI MOOD BOARD: TOTEM. Nick Cave Soundsuit paired with Jay Briggs headpiece photographed by Fabio Esposito. created with @melaniebiehle #nancyherrmann #moodboard #totem

Mini Mood Board: Totem

Mood Board Monday: TOTEM, Art Directed by Melanie Biehle and Images: Nick Cave, Jay Briggs, Fabio Esposito.

Maria Fernanda Cardoso created the series of garments/costumes from an emu entitled 'Emu Wear' as part of an ongoing 'Animals in Art' series. The Colombian born artist living in Australia used feathers and body parts of this native bird to create new meanings to the form of the creature both elegantly and simply, exploring notions of cultural indentity and histor

Maria Fernanda Cardoso created the series of garments/costumes from an emu entitled 'Emu Wear' as part of an ongoing 'Animals in Art' series.

Emu Wear by Maria Fernanda Cardoso

the treasure trove: Maria Fernanda Cardoso

Marie Rime's stunning series of characters wearing board game masks

Swiss photographer Marie Rime did a series called “Masks” which gathers portraits of models wearing masks entirely made by board games : puzzles, pl

Wearable Art - long dress with dramatic feather structure encasing the face and torso - body sculpture; 3D fashion // Peachoo + Krejberg AW12

Wearable Art - longo dress with dramatic feather structure encasing the face and torso - body sculpture;

“I asked myself, as a black man, how it felt to be so discarded and devalued,” says Cave, 52, a former dancer who lives in Chicago. He answered that question with the Soundsuits, which he makes out of materials discarded by others and proposes as protective clothing for the spirit.

Artifacts

Nick Cave’s dazzling “Soundsuits” are currently on display at two Chelsea galleries.

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