Thursday, March 23, 2017

Fashion & Nature!


Fashion Nature: Russian Artist Compares Famous Designers’ Dresses With Nature!

The world of fashion often draws heavily upon the natural world to drive its creativity, and is precisely this link that Russian artist Liliya Hudyakova has such a good eye for. Her Fashion Nature photo series pairs accomplished fashion designers’ dresses and other pieces with the natural views that she imagines might have inspired them.
 
The resulting juxtapositions draw an undeniable link between the clothing we see on the runway (or even wear) and the world that inspired it. Indeed, some of the oldest known pieces of decorative clothing and jewelry imitate or incorporate nature as well.

Elie Saab S/S 2014 Sunset

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Marchesa F/W 2012  Red Leaves

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Bottega Veneta S/S 2010 Stormy Sky

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Jason Wu S/S 2013 Starry Night “Silhouettes” by Harry Finde

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Gosia Baczynska S/S 2014 Beautiful Fields

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Elie Saab S/S 2012  Tropical Beach

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Elie Saab F/W 2014/15 Pink Lake, Australia

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Yiqing Yin F/W 2012/13 Sea surface

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Giambattista Valli F/W 2014/15 Wisteria

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Monique Lhuillier S/S 2014 Fire In The Sky in California by Aydin Palabiyikoglu

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Carolina Herrera Fall 2015 RTW Rice Field of Yunnan, China by Isabelle Chauvel

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Blumarine S/S 2015  Japanese Cherry Blossoms

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Elie Saab S/S 2015 Oceanscape Photography

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Stephane Rolland S/S 2012 Valley of the Glaciers – Satellite Image Of Patagonia (Chile) By NASA

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Delpozo S/S 2015 Frozen Pond

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Alexander McQueen S/S 2012 First Snow Fall In Minnesota, USA

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Gucci F 2004 Green Field

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Comme des Garçons F/W 2013/14 Autumn Leaves

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Christian Siriano S/S 2013 Sandy Beach

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Alexander McQueen S/S 2010 Autumn Leaves

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Aquilano Rimondi S/S 2012  Ocean Waves

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Emilio Pucci F/W 2011 Rainy Mountains

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The Blonds F/W 2012  Mountains

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Jean Louis Sabaji S/S 2013 Clouds

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Blanka Matragi S/S 2012  Ocean

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