Can’t stop thinking about these ripped clothes by Adam Andrascik, which reminds me a bit of a cleaner-edged Hussein Chalayan S/S 2003, one of my favorites.
Gorgeous textured coats from Julia Björkeheim.
For the last gasp of winter, moved by these little shaggy patches on sweaters by Erna Einarsdóttir via fashionising.
These sleeves by Atifa Rasooli S/S 2013.
Toma Stenko amazing from Central Saint Martins F/W 2013 via Style.com.
Amazing stringy scribble laser-cut pieces by Elvira ‘t Hart via HDR.
Instant classics: Bags by Otaat (oh my god backpack), maker of the perfect leather party hat.
Especially the top pair, in allover cork. From Reality Studio S/S 2013 via It Fashion.
String face Katrien Van Hecke dress on sale at No. 6.
Clothes made of paper from the “Utoption” collection by Nadine Goepfert and Lisa Haag:
“We developed two almost identical collections distinguished only in their materiality. In the ”slow“ collection we focused on the use of high quality [materials] to insure a certain durability. The second collection is based around fast fashion and the mentality of a disposable society. It is entirely made of paper . . . Both collections deal with the value and the actual worth of a garment.”
ALSO: Plastic bag with paint in it.
Per Oyvind Ruud via Luxe Pauvre:
“For me a creative process either starts from a philosophical or aesthetic point of view.”
Hussein Chalayan A/W12 via Vogue UK and Stella McCartney S/S13 via Büro 24/7.
Hats from Peter Jensen S/S13, inspired by the sculpture of Barbara Hepworth. ALSO: Holey shoes.
Marble print on column dresses, yes. By Jessie Hands via thisispaper/StyleBistro. UPDATE: This dress from Chalayan SS13.
Rocks: Now that I’ve seen it, I can’t unsee it. (Thanks, N!) From Fabrics Interseason and Cosmic Wonder Light Source. ALSO: Naoya Hatekeyama’s “Blast” series via Siong Chin.
Hats by Ewa Kulasek for SCHA, at Farfetch and Yoox:
“I believe in intuition and inspiration as important factors in creative process (it may be belief to some and mathematics to others), and I believe in concentration.”
Graduate textile collection by Jessica Leclare via Trendland.
Reminded of this awesome S/S 2009 Calvin Klein Collection by the seriously excellent Pinterest boards of Uni Corrêa. Images via Fashiontography/Magaseen. Negative review after my heart:
“Too often, though, form trumped function, and the clothes looked boxy and square . . . Fall’s Calvin collection showed Costa in better form: intellectual, yes, but not at the expense of sex appeal. This season, he didn’t quite hit the mark.”
Jumpsuit, tie-dyed in yesterday’s class at Ooga Booga with Shabd!