Where I See Fashion

Where I See Fashion

Fashion student Bianca Luini, of Where I See Fashion, brilliantly matches fashion images with art and photography that share complimentary colors, concepts, and shapes. She takes visual inspiration to a whole new level!

A moda conectada ao entorno, com formas e cores colhidas da natureza, da arquitetura e do design. Moda com pinceladas de arte, com curvas esculturais e extratos

Match Lindsey Wixson by Henrik Bulow for FAT Magazine Spring/Summer 2014 Issue

Fashion art flower design haute couture love passion photo

The Look: Magdalena Frackowiak at John Galliano Fall 2009 vs. "Dew Drops on Peony" (detail) by Hanne Lore Koehler More matches here


designer: Johanna Törnqvist Necklace: Vingklippt, date: 2014 material: Recycled.

Myriam Dion’s Cut Paper Newspapers

Myriam Dion's Cut Paper Newspapers

Canadian artist Myriam Dion cut images with talent. Using a scalpel, this student at the University of Quebec puts to harmony and uniqueness to her work.

alessandro trincone, ltvs, lancia trendivisions

Alessandro Trincone is a designer from Naples who graduated in fashion at Rome's Università La Sapienza in December

GIF of the month - Match #119 I’m excited to announce a new collaboration: every first day of each month I will post a special match GIFed b...

GIF of the month - Match I’m excited to announce a new collaboration: every first day of each month I will post a special match GIFed by What Do I Wear​​! Hope you like this idea as much as we do! Dorith Mous photographed by Danielle DeFoe for.

Sumei's Flower Garden by ediblepoetry on Etsy, $5.25

edible poetry on etsy, such sweetness

Whenever economic hardships hit, there is a growth in the sales of cosmetics. Case in point, the Wall Street Crash of ’29 caused a huge spike in lipstick sales and more recently, nail polish sales have skyrocketed due to the recession. Madrid based brand SuTurno has created two gorgeous scarves made of 100% silk to celebrate this trend in history as well as 30s glamour and the surrealist humor of Elsa Schiaparelli. We love the muted tones that contrast so nicely with bright pinks and reds!

Blondell Scarves

SU TURNO (Madrid) and Elsa Schapparelli, celebrating the high sells of cosmetics after the crisis: lipstick in 1929 and nail polish today.