Inspired by origami, 24-year-old British designer Ryan Yasin has developed clothes for children that will “grow” with them.
Raubdruckerin is German for female pirate printer. What they do is use objects in public space to print with t-shirts and bags. Everything they make, just happens on the street.
Food Fashion, Armenian designer and illustrator named Edgar Artis proved that mouth-watering can be not only a girl, but their dresses. For its painted beauties Edgar creates creative and culinary dresses of different foods. Fantasy artist truly limitless as to create costumes he uses are completely different products: chocolate, popcorn, jelly beans M & M’S, honey, butter, french fries, etc.
Black Milk Australian company has decided to create a collection of swimsuits and beach dresses based on the very popular TV series “Doctor Who”. If you have friends who like the series, such a gift sure they love it!
Almost in1945, Charles L. Langs was watching his wife fiddling with her swimming costume straps in order to get an even tan on her back, when he was suddenly struck by a brilliant idea. Why not do away with the strap, without a dress? Individual strapless cups for each breast, stuck on with adhesive.
The first example of nylon (nylon 66) was produced on February 28, 1935, by Wallace Carothers at DuPont’s research facility at the DuPont Experimental Station. After 5 years on May 15, 1940 in the United States went on sale the first nylon stockings. Let’s recall the history of the rulers of female clothes and men’s sex fantasies. The invention of nylon by DuPont in the mid-1930s, and the first commercial sale of nylon stockings in May 1940 became one of the major turning points in the world of fashion. Since then, nylon tights and stockings are an integral part of women’s wardrobe, regardless of age. They have undergone all stages – from the status of simple necessity to the subject of elegance and sophistication. Here are some photographs on this piquant detail of women’s wardrobe.