Posts tagged fashion
Posts tagged fashion
Tired of those fancy astronomy students
(and everyone else)with their galaxy leggings? Sick of the biologists and med students with their skeleton-printed appendage-encasers?
Get back at them by wearing your own subject proudly! Wouldn’t you rather wear an Etruscan wall painting on your legs…
I will wear leggings and skull dresses forever.
Shoes at Dolce&Gabbana Fall 2013
God I love her work, and how she uses elements of historical Chinese fashion and art to create these amazing, sculptural pieces
Always reblog Guo Pei!
I want the fourth one. I’d wear it everywhere.
You know what’s not fucking cool? Cultural appropriation.
You know what is fucking cool? Buying clothing inspired by a culture that is designed by the people of that culture.
Think Native styles are cool? Here, let introduce you to Patricia Michaels of Toas Pueblo. She is a Native woman who designs amazing clothes inspired by her heritage. She knows what from her culture is appropriate for mass-production and what is meant to be sacred, hand-made, or inherited. When you buy her clothes (available at her store Waterlily), or any Native person’s products, you’re giving your money directly to the cultures you claim to respect and admire. When you buy bullshit knockoffs from American Eagle, however, you’re being an asshole.
And seriously though look at her clothes they’re fucking amazing this woman is talented.
19th Amendment provides fashion designers with a platform to find new audiences and potential buyers for their best designs.
Guys, this is my friend Amanda, she’s an amazing fashion designer and I just have a feeling that some of you (who like skeleton related things as much as I do) will like her clothing designs! Check it out, click support if you like it!
That dress is all kinds of beautiful. <3
DO WANT, WOULD WEAR.
I don’t care how old I am.
For all your post-apocalyptic Resident Evil world, LotR travelling to Mordor, and Assassin Creed needs.
By day, Janet Stephens is a hairdresser at a Baltimore salon, trimming bobs and wispy bangs. By night she dwells in a different world. At home in her basement, with a mannequin head, she meticulously re-creates the hairstyles of ancient Rome and Greece.
Ms. Stephens is a hairdo archaeologist.
Her amateur scholarship is sticking a pin in the long-held assumptions among historians about the complicated, gravity-defying styles of ancient times. Basically, she has set out to prove that the ancients probably weren’t wearing wigs after all.
THIS WOMAN IS MY HERO
This will never not be cool.