OK, I have a confession to make upfront on this blog post. I’ve shamelessly abandoned all modesty and included my own bedroom in my favourite bedrooms of the year. I know, I know, sounds awfu…
Dress with interesting use of fabric manipulation to create a textured pattern through folds // Georgia Hardinge
Japanese designer Rie Hosokai
Lucy McRae’s extensive and yet extremely impressive works is based on the world of fashion, technology and art direction. The body architect invents and builds structures that re-shapes the human silhouette. Get ready to feast your eyes on a lush range of photography and fascinating moving visuals.
Following the inclusion of Jamie Brewer – the first model with Down syndrome to feature on a New York Fashion Week catwalk – last Thursday, the fashion world has made another move in the right direction: a show featuring models with disabilities. | These Models With Disabilities Featured In An Inspiring New York Fashion Week Show
Hybrid Hotel ,Dubai , Inspired by Singing Dunes Phenomenon seen on evolo. The skyscraper was designed by Barbara Leonardi and Oliver Dibrova. (Singing dunes is a phenomenon found exclusively in desert environments)