This is all about the boys, when they like to be beautiful and gallant, and when they place particular importance on physical appearance. Dandy, they were called in the past, between the late 18th- and early 19th-century in Britain, today we don’t have a name anymore for them. Most probably it would be just a normal boy.
To be beautiful, that is the girls biggest obsession. But beauty lies in the eye of the beholder and what for one is unattractive and plain, for an other it might be delicate, fascinating and wonderful.
The 19-year-old Hungarian PhotographerFlora Borsimakes us think with her Real Life Modelsseries. How the models of contorted abstract paintings must have looked like? Through an amazing photo manipulation of famous paintings of Kees van Dongen, Rudolf Hausner and Picasso she gives us examples of the real life models of those times.
When it comes to sun and sea, water and nature, I am one of the first to don’t miss out. Today I found something very delicate and exquisite. Fabrics of high quality combined with very elaborated printed hand drawings on silk scarfs.
Sabina Savage is the name of the creator of this fantastic art works. She is a fashion and print designer with a huge love for texture and shape. Born in Summerset (England) she followed her dream and without speaking one word of French, she moved to Paris and graduated a few years after from a prestigious Paris fashion school. She moved back to London, worked for several designers, for ex. Alexander McQueen, and created her own very unique hand laboured silk scarf label.
All products at Sabina Savage are hand designed in the UK and printed in Como, Italy.
I am in the future today with TURBO ULIA f/w 2013.
ABOUT THE DESIGNER
Ulia is based in Moscow. She graduated from St. Petersburg University of technology & design. Her creations are a combination of art and fashion, for young cosmic rangers and “computer gamers”. Lack, caps and helmets, holographic textile, simple cut and curious prints, everything for the futuristic youth.
images and informations via here (click to see the full collection)