100 Girls on Polaroid.

July 15, 2009

100 Girls on Polaroid

100 Girls on Polaroid

In the creative world, especially the world of fashion, there is a constant standard of perfection that is pushed and pulled in several directions making it almost impossible to ever attain. In terms we all can understand: there is a ridiculously high standard of what people believe is perfection. You see it in magazines, on the internet, and even in store. Models and muses alike are digitally inhanced and manipulated in photography, with the purpose that consumers will believe thse products are as flawless in the photos as they are in reality.

Bringing authenticity and a unique touch that remains timeless, Alexander Gnadinger brings us his book entitled ‘100 Girls on Polaroid’, his collection of polaroid photos of models behind the scenes of Fashion weeks here and abroad. Showcasing Polaroid’s uncanny ability to display unaltered reality, Gnadinger photos are a freeze frame in time displaying art as it should be, unaltered, untouched, and completely spontaneous.

To see more check out Alexander’s portfolio online.

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Adidas Fall/Winter 2009

Adidas Fall/Winter 2009

Adidas has dropped pictures to preview their Fall/Winter collection, and I have to say they’ve got some great shiz in store for us. Over the last year or so Adidas and has stepped their game up and made it evident why their shoes are classics.

For the upcoming Fall/Winter season the sneakers for Adidas feature a variety of materials with vibrant and subdued colorways. I’m excited to get more information on when these shoes are going to drop, but my guess is sometimes at the beginning of September. We shall see!

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picture-21Jeremy Scott is one of my favorite designers right now. His collections for Adidas Originals by Originals always brings the goods and never ceases to amaze me. If you’ve been reading you’ll noticed that I posted the preview pictures of his Fall 09′ collection and now Adidas retailer Open Ceremony is giving us a peek at the Spring/Summer 2009 collection.

This collection is definitely not for the faint, seeing as leopard print is prevalent throughout on both men’s and women’s garments . The print is shown on lots of track suiting, over sized tee’s and tanks, but I think what really makes me excited about Jeremy Scott is the shoes he designs. The JS Wings from a previous season effortlessly mixed an 80’s basketball shoe with a little imagination and literally had wings on them.

If you like what you see, check out the collection at Opening Ceremony.

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