Every good street anatomist has their fair share of science related fashion. I myself have a nice collection of Threadless tees, but now I’m thinking it’s time to upgrade to some even cooler duds. This may be a sweater for boys, but how many people are hoping this Fair Isle… Read More »For the Wardrobe
A fresh fashion collection by Belgium designer Sancho Hemelsoen shows us that even bodily fluids can become a fashion element. Sancho says, “It’s called Body Juices. Every outfit is an interpretation of a body juice and the object people use to deal with that juice. It’s a quite unique and… Read More »Anatomic Fashion Friday: Body Juices
Steve Nyberg’s current Threadless submission, “The Donor”. You can vote for it on their site. Also, check out his other work on his blog. [via tdw]
Sexyyyy pumps by designer Kobi Levi. The above collections are leather and from top to bottom called XXX and Blow. The pumps right above have a little nozzle that you can blow in (who knows why). All of his creations are hand made and extremely creative.
Very rugged looking iron ring made out of a square iron tube by János Gábor Varga of Blind Spot Jewellery. Love the texture.
Clayton Cubitt has created this photographic series called ‘Raw Flesh’ which features models wearing meat on their bodies, and was part of a cover feature for a 2008 issue of Zink Magazine. It looks to me to be playing on gendered objectification in the fashion industry…but that may be a… Read More »Anatomic Fashion Friday: Raw Flesh
Rarely do we at Street Anatomy get to gush over celebrity fashion, so when I came upon this Twitpic of Alicia Keys in the new DSQUARED2 skeletal stilettos, I was thrilled! Apparently she wore these babies during her performance at the World Cup Kick-Off Celebration Concert and those little backbones… Read More »Anatomic Fashion Friday: Alicia Keys Skeletal Stilettos
Sport this Wabbit Tote Bag from Zoologie and look really cool! Buy it here for 65 bucks.
The House of Quinn is the graduate collection of Julius Quinn Arthur, whose career I could see taking off after setting my sights on this collection.
This wonderfully edgy, yet delicate skirt by Nasty Gal, is adorned with tiny interconnected crocheted skulls. I love the subtlety of the design. The skirt is sold out at the Nasty Gal shop, but perhaps, if you ask nicely enough, they’ll bring it back! [spotted by Peter]
ISABEL MASTACHE Fall Winter 2010 / 11 Cibeles from NEOMODA on Vimeo. Fashion designer Isabel Mastache has created quite a buzz after unveiling her penis trousers at her fashion show in Madrid. The penis trousers were part of her larger, and equally as strange, Fall 2010 collection. Check out the… Read More »Anatomic Fashion Friday: Penis Trousers
I came across Lady Grey Jewelry by accident and was super excited to explore their mortality and anatomy collections. The overall look is inspired by objects of decay that would normally seem dark and disturbing to some, but then turns it into wearable and modern jewelry. The team is made… Read More »Anatomic Fashion Friday: Lady Grey Jewelry
I have a huge appreciation for designers and artists who pay attention to the small details in their work. North Carolina based, Raleigh Denim is a small jean shop that makes all their jeans under one roof with local material and resources only. They even use vintage machines. RD had… Read More »Hip Pockets
The classic Breton nautical sweater received a subtle anatomical twist when the designers over at Sibling London asked to use Noah Scalin’s Skulladelic design for their upcoming collection. If you don’t know by now, Noah is the creator of the blog Skull-a-Day in which he set out to create skulls… Read More »Anatomic Fashion Friday: Skulledelic Breton
London-based jewelry designer, Gisele Ganne, creates mourning jewelry combining elements of old Victorian era customs with a contemporary Haute Couture twist. But, according to Gisele, mourning isn’t just about death, “…it is also about dead relationships and decaying marriages. Today, 42% of marriages finish by divorce in UK and 38%… Read More »Gisele Ganne: Mourning Jewelry