This past year has been interesting (read, insane) in a number of ways, so it’s probably no surprise that many old, forgotten fashion trends are back in style.
Traditionally, the words "tracksuits" and "fashion" have tended not to be mentioned in the same breath, or at least not in the most positive terms.
With trends developing and changing so often, it sometimes can be hard to keep up with the new, in-demand pieces.
The denim-on-denim look has had its fair share of time behind the camera.
The new year is finally here! It’s the start of a brand-new decade – and that means it’s time to really change up your fashion game.
Even though there are a few weeks to go before summer comes to an end and the idea of shopping for winter wear may seem far off, the cooler temperatures will be here before you know it.
Fan Lingshan graduated from the University of Central Lancashire. She believes that in creating a design, it must resonate with the viewer, and awaken people's sense of social responsibility, such as with the environment, culture, etc.
Her graduation designs are inspired by the child’s nature of liking the new and hating the old. This behavior will cause many toys to be thrown away. On the other hand, in order to meet the children's consumption needs, manufacturers quickly update products and environmental pollution caused by overproduction of toys.
The work takes the doll as the entry point, through the child’s perspective,
Design use the colorful print, A large number of discarded dolls, the resulting silhouette of fingers, torso, and arms, the She uses her knitting and crochet skills as the texture to expressed the shape. In the series, the head of the doll is used as a bag and accessories, and the eyes of the doll are also as prints and the decoration of the clothes. The design was earned runner-up of David Textiles award and Finalist of fashion Design portfolio award.
Shokushu Boutique creates statement looks, exclusively in high quality latex. Our clothing is inspired by an ‘East meets West’ culture clash, which includes influences from Harajuku street style and Korean Pop and Hip Hop. Our customers are trend-setters, who are never afraid to stand out. The brand was created by Emily Avarice in 2014, a graduate of Fashion Design from Bath Spa University, who is now studying for her MA in Art History.