Today, flocks of fashion-forward designers are proving the power of accessories. From bird scarves to solar system jewelry, these creatives are designing products that can take your sense of style to new heights. And Moscow-based KrukruStudio‘s Wings backpacks are leading the way. Each of KrukruStudio’s whimsical “bags-objects” looks like a striking set of bird or angel wings.
From cat-shaped sandals to kitty chair socks, there’s countless pawsome products out there that celebrate the cuteness of cats.
Skate brand Vans is known for partnering with a variety of brands and artists to produce collections that celebrate art...
Japan’s traditional geta sandals are a blend of beachy flip-flops and Dutch clogs. While they come in many different styles, Nara-based shoe brand Nara Getaya‘s traditional footwear has a contemporary twist—they’re shaped like cats! Even better, the company has recently updated its own line of cat-shaped geta sandals with new designs, making them the purrfect pair of sandals for feline fans this summer.
Festival season is upon us, which means it’s time to get creative with your outfits to dazzle the crowd.
Over the last couple of years, older Instagram users have proven that being “Insta-famous” is possible at any age.
Nature and style merge in Converse‘s latest collection of fashionable kicks. Made in collaboration with Japanese textile maker Toyoshima, the company is soon to release sakura-inspired, pink high-tops that are actually made with real cherry blossom petals. No sakura trees were damaged in the making of the shoes, since an abundance of pink petals fall naturally each year during cherry blossom season.
For as long as she could remember, Kaitlyn Alforque dreamed of making her own prom dress.
Tattoo artist Dillon Forte creates sacred geometries on skin.
Once again, sports fashion brand Lacoste is replacing its iconic crocodile emblem with 10 different endangered species for a limited edition collection of white polo shirts. The Save Our Species campaign is part of a 3-year partnership with the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in a bid to raise awareness of the animals’ dwindling numbers.
Self-taught artist Feliks Kaparchuk, aka ColorByFeliks, recreates the beauty of the natural world in unconventional places.
Manila-based student Ciara Gan faced a problem that many of us have had before.