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.
Artist Libby Oliver showcases figures wearing every piece of clothing that they own, in a series called Soft Shells.
A collection of supremely stylish African men, former tailors, in Accra, Ghana.
Knitted Camouflage is a series where custom knit sweaters and their wearers fit perfectly into urban environments.
The creative chameleon that was David Bowie, as illustrated by Helen Greene.