Vollebak is know for their extreme, no compromise designs, and their latest virus-killing jacket is made from 15 kilometers of copper fiber.
This week we are covering the colors in the rainbow, culturally and visually. We start naturally, with Red.
Amanda Queiroz stars in these gorgeous vibrant portraits by artist Maltchique.
Artist and photographer Kristina Makeeva has a stunning collection of photos bringing costume and art to Lake Baikal, elevating the subject matter in beautiful ways.
Though you probably can't wear them now, these beautifully monotone 'paintings' are actually entirely made from denim, cut and pieced so elegantly that you'd swear you're looking at a painting on canvas.
Brazilian William Santiago has a colorful collection of patterns and designs that have been turned into equally colorful clothing. The collection is called anunciação, and we admire the complex, intricate figures and designs involved.
In a 'matchy-matchy' series by Kelsey McClellan and Michelle Maguire, we see very intentional outfits paired with food of the same hue. The self-seriousness of the angles and outfits make us chuckle.
Some fun and quirky illustrations by Cabeza Patata for the New York Times Style section.
Will a clothes-folding machine change your life? Probably not. But we are slowly getting closer to our Rosie the Robot future.
A captivating and vibrant series of photographs entitled "The Witch" show us a model dressed elegantly, in dramatic, blurred and obscured images.
Turning plastic bottles into clothing isn't new, but Everlane is launching a new collection of minimal, stylish clothing that gives you the plastic bottle count that each piece is made up of.
In a series that showcases the artistic beauty of handpainted silk scarves, Mikel Muruzabal creates fascinating and clever visuals that play on the soft, flowing nature of the material.
A richly colored photo collection in South Africa representing Foschini. The models are three archetypes: The Warrior, The Nurturer, and The Idol.
A super intricate tattoo of The Garden of Earthly Delights is in actuality, a hyper realistic oil painting.