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Slovak designer Zuzana Serbak just graduated from the Prague Academy of Arts in Architecture and Design and has already built up quite a few lustworthy models of strange looking shoes. via Yatzer

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Thats a real handsome looking bag! by Hasso via Hypebeast

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I love these surreal shoes by Lernert & Sander!

To help celebrate the launch of their epic new Shoe Galleries, Selfridges called on us to create
11 sculptural installations that take iconic shoe design to surreal extremes.
We have taken the most mundane of household domestic appliances and comedically refashioned
them into divine creations. A humorous take on fashion as an ideal escape from the daily grind.

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Beautiful chic bags from Dior Homme… which has a friend’s name written ALL OVER them! via Hypebeast

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Yamaha’s power bikes plus Hermès’ power styling gives us the fashion bike that is suitable for any fashionista who wants some ’ vroom between’ their legs. via Hypebeast

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Issey Miyake has always been the last word in fabric/fashion experimentation, from his Pleats Please collection to the A Piece Of Cloth, he has continuously pushed the fashion and fabrication boundaries. Upcoming is the latest experimentation, where fabrics fold like Japanese Origami, but pulls up to unveil dresses, jackets and shirts. Called 132 5. Issey Miyake, I am really looking forward to trying on something from this series.

The number “1″ refers to the single piece of cloth used to make each item, “3″ to indicate its three-dimensional shape, and “2″ to the fact that it can be flattened two-dimensionally. The single space denotes the time between the completion of the folded form and the moment someone puts it on, while “5″ signifies the concept’s multiple permutations.

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Issey Miyake has always been the last word in fabric/fashion experimentation, from his Pleats Please collection to the A Piece Of Cloth, he has continuously pushed the fashion and fabrication boundaries. Upcoming is the latest experimentation, where fabrics fold like Japanese Origami, but pulls up to unveil dresses, jackets and shirts. Called 132 5. Issey Miyake, I am really looking forward to trying on something from this series.

The number “1″ refers to the single piece of cloth used to make each item, “3″ to indicate its three-dimensional shape, and “2″ to the fact that it can be flattened two-dimensionally. The single space denotes the time between the completion of the folded form and the moment someone puts it on, while “5″ signifies the concept’s multiple permutations.

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Sarah Burton took the legacy Lee left behind, softened it slightly and made it equally amazing and full of fantasy. Love! via Style.com

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More Shanghai Tang than Shanghai Tang, Marc Jacobs at LV shows the fashion world how to have fun with clashing prints, clashing colours and clashing inspirations. via Style.com

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Miuccia Prada wore a pair while taking the bow at her latest outing, proving once again that fashion is all about having lots of fun. Now go get yourself a pair and work it! via Sartorialist

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Haider Ackermann showing us skinny models are here to stay in primary colours bursting out of sleek black dresses that seem to be slipping off the model’s bodies. via Style.com

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Leading the minimalist charge is Jonathan Saunders, whose netted tops look so sensual and delicate and strong and modern all at the same time. And those colours!

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Minimalist colours are back!” declares Miuccia Prada in her latest collection for Prada, clashing geometric stripes with simple silhouettes and Rococo patterns galore. So much fun in fashion!

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Issey Miyake created a flower using the Evian bottle shape that is cute cute cute! Now in a limited edition designer range!

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More images at The Daily Beast

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British designer Christopher Kane shows colours and patterns done right. Plus… Orange Orgasm! via Style.com

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British designer Christopher Kane shows colours and patterns done right. Plus… Orange Orgasm! via Style.com

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Preen delivered some of the prettiest looks, in shades of the lightest sand and powder-blue. Sublime. via Style.com

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Prabal Gurung’s colour block and ruffles his way into my heart… via Style.com

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No matter how much I dislike brown, Rodarte’s wood panels and moss really got to me. Lovely! via Style.com

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