wornjournal:

Capucci fashions photographed by Barry Lateganfor Vogue Italia, 1982
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WORN: where ideas get dressed

wornjournal:

Capucci fashions photographed by Barry Lategan
for Vogue Italia, 1982

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WORN: where ideas get dressed

bienenkiste:

Maison Martin Margiela S/S 2014 photographed by Lena C. Emery

karidevereaux:

Charles Jourdan, Multi Coloured Flower Shoes - Guy Bourdin

karidevereaux:

Charles Jourdan, Multi Coloured Flower Shoes - Guy Bourdin

wornjournal:

Now THIS looks like spring.

from Training Day
Nickayla Rivera and Josilyn Williams by Tilly Hardy
for Stylist UK, April 2014

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Who, what, why, where and WORN.

sarahlouiseplease:

i-D Fall 2013 / Natalia Vodianova / Willy Vanderperre

Bermondsey Street | Shiny Thoughts
itslaurenpham:

MM6, Opening Ceremony and Assembly New York backstage
topshop:

And if it’s too hot for a heavy biker just throw it over your shoulder for effortless cool.

topshop:

And if it’s too hot for a heavy biker just throw it over your shoulder for effortless cool.

periodicult:

Soft & Dri, Seventeen magazine, May 1984.

periodicult:

Soft & Dri, Seventeen magazine, May 1984.

magazinewall:

Vanidad (Madrid, Espagne / Spain)

magazinewall:

Vanidad (Madrid, Espagne / Spain)

spinningbirdkick:

Sofia Sanchez & Mauro Mongiello / Bergdorf Goodman Resort 2012.

spinningbirdkick:

Sofia Sanchez & Mauro Mongiello / Bergdorf Goodman Resort 2012.

(via New York - The Cut)
wornjournal:

globalvoices:


As a young girl I wasn’t able to find my desired streetwear. I would always think, why should I be forced to follow a specific format when it comes to street clothing? Why shouldn’t I put on something that is likeable and at the same time doesn’t clash with the Islamic dress code?

For years, Iran’s young women preferred foreign, mostly western clothing brands. That’s starting to change.
Iran’s New Wave of Women Fashion Designers

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wfj

wornjournal:

globalvoices:

As a young girl I wasn’t able to find my desired streetwear. I would always think, why should I be forced to follow a specific format when it comes to street clothing? Why shouldn’t I put on something that is likeable and at the same time doesn’t clash with the Islamic dress code?

For years, Iran’s young women preferred foreign, mostly western clothing brands. That’s starting to change.

Iran’s New Wave of Women Fashion Designers

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wfj

amandajas:

Amanda Charchian, adding a new series to STUDIO
November 2013 : Los Angeles, CA© amanda jas

amandajas:

Amanda Charchian, adding a new series to STUDIO

November 2013 : Los Angeles, CA
© amanda jas