You should always be weary of what you say or post online—especially on Twitter. Clothing brand Zara certainly learned that after posting an ad showing two models with the tagline, “Love your curves.”Continue Reading..
The dream of flight started a very long time ago. Many people have wondered what it’s like to have wings, but people are not angels or birds. So do you simply strap on a pair of fake wings and go to work? You’d seem a little odd wouldn’t you? But what if you had a pair of wings that was also a stylish backpack? Now you can thanks to Volha Kotova.Continue Reading..
Plenty of fashion designers have a muse, so it’s no surprise that illustrator JaeSuk Kim employs the same idea in his stylish paintings. JaeSuk enjoys experimenting with watercolour and water drops. He uses his talent to create unconventional, swirling gowns for his imaginary muses, which he calls his SusuGirls.Continue Reading..
Buying clothes online is a risky venture, since much of shopping is knowing how the apparel feels and fits your body. One of the best ways to persuade people to buy clothes online is by being very meticulous. That’s why fashion industry websites are on top of the game when it comes to reaching their target audience, as well as call-to-action responses.Continue Reading..
You may remember a previous post about Armenian illustrator Edgar Artis, who uses food items to finish his fashion sketches. This time I’m featuring Shamekh Bluwi, a Jordan-based architect and fashion illustrator. He uses clouds, buildings, and whatever else he finds to decorate his dress designs.Continue Reading..
Style trends that designers use in web design change from year to year, as do the colour palettes that go along with them. So far, 2015 has become the year of vibrant colours. Hues like red, orange, pink and bright green, blue and purple have become a focal point and designers are pairing bright colour choices in a way that was almost taboo a few years ago. Also check out Pantone’s predictions for this fall.Continue Reading..