The #TargetDressChallenge is the next viral challenge in a long list of people getting bored because we’ve been confined to our houses for 18 months.
As we progress as a society, we continue to push the boundaries of what is considered mainstream.
While in 2020 we were lost and panicking at first, 2021 is going to be different.
If you’re in a rut and bored with your style, why not take inspiration from celebrities?
Fashion photoshoots can get pretty weird, but we love the creativity that goes into those.
Fashion might be ever-changing and many people say it’s difficult to keep up with it, but this elderly German couple has no problem with staying fashionable even in their later years.
Summer 2020 will probably be forever associated in our memory with cancelled trips, social distancing and the strawberry dress.
But Taylor Ann Linko’s life changed a few months after her wedding in a very different way. You see, Taylor always wanted to be an artist. But what she dreamt off was being able to support herself financially with her art and she never expected that to happen because of a wedding dress.
Victorian Era was a period filled with wars, cultural development, strict social norms, huge epidemics, and truly bizarre fashion choices that reflected all of the above. It seems that the world was so crazy to live in back then that the outfits just had to be equally quirky and unusual, otherwise it made no sense to wear them.
These days, everyone’s a critic. Pretty much anyone with an Instagram account can follow the trends displayed at the latest runway shows and share their opinion in a gushing or scathing captions. But there are still those who make their living by writing and curating thoughtful critiques of the fashion industry. And these people, themselves, can often become fashion icons. Here are the world’s most famous fashion critics and how they dress!
You can sell anything for a massive profit if you make it crazy enough.
According to his bio, Tetsuya wears his grandson’s clothes. He looks incredible. Limited edition, let’s do some simple addition… It seems like he (or his grandson) has no trouble paying $50 for a T-shirt. We are quite sure this Japanese grandpa dresses better than you.
While skirts and crazy colors are almost the norm, Thom Browne has managed to rock the boat of men’s fashion and add ballerina tutus, ball-shaped bags and dog shaped bag as well.