These totally beautiful jewels were crafter by “English-born, Australian-raised, New York-based maker of iconic things,” Edward Janssen. The work is stunning, and the effect of the skull ring is great, I love its rustic look, very pirate-like. The antlers, however, just might be my favorite. For more, check out Edward’s… Read More »This Charming Man, and skull ring!
It’s a shame I didn’t follow the Winter Olympics this year, cuz I would have totally watched this guy’s routine. Belgium’s Kevin van der Perren earns major points for the epic costume choice!
Rachel Wright has hand-embellished all of these amazing and beautiful anatomical garments, all part of her collection ‘Dream Anatomy’. I seriously urge you to check out the whole collection! The Dream Anatomy series explore these imagined realms inside the body. Because these garments are meant to be worn, the boundary… Read More »Anatomic Fashion Friday: Dream Anatomy
I love this picture of a woman in a skull dress casually walking down the street, especially set against that giant billboard in the background. So random. So great. [spotted by Peter via Planet of the Apes]
This unusual piece of jewelry was done by jeweler & metalsmith AliceScott. The piece is marked by silver veins that run along the backside of the hand and in place of a stone sits a human wisdom tooth.
Oh. My. Goodness. This is so rad, I have no clue where it’s from, but if anyone does, please share! We would love to see more from this collection and know the designer!!!! [via ffffound]
Sibling has revamped their Breton sailor’s sweater with this tripshow of a skull, which was designed by Noah Scalin, of Skull-a-Day.
There’s something that I love about this photo. It might be that full gold-toothed sneer of the skull contrasted against the cool guy. Looks like trouble. Love the colors as well. [spotted by Peter via Fuck Yeah Beautiful People by zooswithoutzebras]
An anatomical look into a high heel. Looks like quite a bit of pressure all in one location. [via FFFFOUND!]
Katie Eary, a 25-year old British designer, created this anatomically themed piece for her Spring 2010 collection. Love the leggings and want the glasses for early morning meetings. [via My Duty was Always to Beauty and the Animal Talk]
Anatomically themed couture spotted at the Swarovski Runway Rocks fashion show during London Jewelry Week last June. Hundreds of Swarovski crystals were used to cover the top of that tight anatomical body suit. [via She Walks Softly, a great blog with very interesting anatomical finds!]