October 21, 2020

Moschino Used Puppets for a Socially Distanced Fashion Show During COVID-19

The coronavirus has changed nearly everything about how we live. Group events, for instance, have been canceled, postponed, or (in many cases) completely reconsidered. So, what does that mean for fashion shows? It means that designers have had to get creative to show off their latest collections. And while the conventional runway show isn't possible this year, the iconic Italian brand Moschino had a unique solution to share the looks from their Spring/Summer 2021 collection.

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October 7, 2020

Show Off Your Romanticism Side With These Illustrated Shirts

If you're a romantic, you likely find beauty in things or places that other people tend to overlook. But did you know that this emotional nostalgia was also its own artistic and cultural movement? Romanticism became popular in the 19th century, emphasizing emotion, the individual, and the importance of nature. French painter Eugene Delacroix and English poet John Keats are just two of the influential figures that emerged from this creative ideology.

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September 17, 2020

Vans and MoMA Join Forces For an Artistic Collection of Shoes and Apparel

Vans has had great success with its artistic collaborations, whether it's pairing with the Van Gogh Museum or creating a capsule collection of Frida Kahlo footwear. Now, they're continuing that collaboration by joining forces with New York's MoMA for the Vans X MoMA two-part series. Starting in late September, special edition shoes and clothing inspired by great modern artists will be released to the public.

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September 4, 2020

German Teenager Creates Amazing Hairstyles That Look Like Intricate Crochet Patterns

You don't always need expensive supplies to make incredible art. Germany-based 17-year-old Milena has become Instagram-famous for her incredible braids. Using a mannequin head, she transforms the model's hair into a variety of mesmerizing designs, like flowers, hearts, and even crochet-like patterns. Milena describes herself as a self-taught hairstylist who uses her hair as a way to express herself.

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