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Photographer Ben Von Wong embarked on a dangerous shoot 75 feet underwater. He and a group of scubadiving models submerged descended next to a sunken ship off the coast of Bali, Indonesia. Wearing only white dresses and no suits, the brave women were roped to the wreckage and held their breath for 4 minutes as the photos were taken.

this is important, people.

this is important, people.

This Shoe is the Top Part of a 2 Part Shoe concept designed by Janina Alleyne & Modelled by INNER | LEAF. Janina Alleyne is a very talented Shoewear Design Student at De Montfort University in the UK. After advertising on Shapeways for a Shoe Modeller, INNER | LEAF were delighted to win the commission to model one of her designs. So impressed with the first model, Janina commissioned INNER | LEAF to do her entire range which included 3 shoes and a Hat.

thedentoronto:

vazelodian:

MELLON COLLECTIVE

Denizens Liane Vaz, Cheyenne Twiner & Megan Casinha are part of this jewellery collective, so please check them out!

thedentoronto:

vazelodian:

MELLON COLLECTIVE

Denizens Liane Vaz, Cheyenne Twiner & Megan Casinha are part of this jewellery collective, so please check them out!

tom banwell.

tom banwell.

curiousblaque:

John Galliano f/w 2010

curiousblaque:

John Galliano f/w 2010

owl sweater!looks so comfy cozy.

owl sweater!
looks so comfy cozy.

rockspapermetal:

Givenchy:) me wanty

rockspapermetal:

Givenchy:) me wanty

vogue:

Oscar de la Renta Spring 2012
Photo: Marcio Madeira/firstVIEWVisit Vogue.com for the full collection and review.

vogue:

Oscar de la Renta Spring 2012

Photo: Marcio Madeira/firstVIEW

Visit Vogue.com for the full collection and review.

hautekills:

Caroline Trentini by Irving Penn / Vogue US

In the very first days when I started designing for Nina Ricci, I drew this dress. It came out naturally for me as the right expression of the brand. I wanted this grand gown to be made of rough-looking fabric in an urban gray and entirely ruffled. My aim was to bring a sort of twisting movement all over the dress that would spiral upward and at the level of the waist, like wings, it would take off like a bird.
I found in Nina Ricci a French house with unlimited abilities in the crafting of garments, whose atelier skills offer many possibilities to invent new techniques and also to research new shapes. My thoughts were therefore focused on working with the atelier immediately when I arrived.
-Olivier Theyskens

hautekills:

Caroline Trentini by Irving Penn / Vogue US

In the very first days when I started designing for Nina Ricci, I drew this dress. It came out naturally for me as the right expression of the brand. I wanted this grand gown to be made of rough-looking fabric in an urban gray and entirely ruffled. My aim was to bring a sort of twisting movement all over the dress that would spiral upward and at the level of the waist, like wings, it would take off like a bird.

I found in Nina Ricci a French house with unlimited abilities in the crafting of garments, whose atelier skills offer many possibilities to invent new techniques and also to research new shapes. My thoughts were therefore focused on working with the atelier immediately when I arrived.

-Olivier Theyskens

aclockworkpink:

Emanuel Ungaro, S/S 2007, Paris Fashion Week

aclockworkpink:

Emanuel Ungaro, S/S 2007, Paris Fashion Week