Blog Category: Fashion
Jan Huling beaded peacock feathers. Madhubani style peacock painting. Vintage Erte scarf.
Sarah Jessica Parker’s stilettos. Yohei Ohno runway boots. And more.
Two hundred years ago, these silk embroidery samples allowed gentlemen to purchase a Paris waistcoat without traveling to Paris.
Red flaming heart milagro. Vintage red leather corset. Red cowboy boots.
Tucson wall art. Detail of Red Glasses quilt by Artsy Chick. Iris Apfel’s signature glasses.
“The Scream” in Legos. Square hard-boiled eggs. High top fade haircut.
The kimono is pure shape in vibrant cloth.
Construction mesh dress from Project Runway season sixteen. Phone wire dress on the IIDA runway. American Express gold card dress.
Marie Antoinette pinned a ship to her rolling curls, and the Internet is full of tributes in paper, balsawood and feathers.
Yayoi Kasuma, Japan’s 90-year-old queen of pattern, would say dots are fun. She’s spent a long career designing clothing, fabric, paintings and rooms that vibrate with dots.