With all the changes taking place in 2020, it's not surprising that the fashion industry is being turned upside down too. Since runway shows have ground to halt due the global pandemic, people are finding clothing inspiration through a source that's accessible to them from the comfort of their homes. Music videos are now proving to be massively influential in clothing sales. You need only look at the statistics to see the impact.
These guys and gals have scoured the newest and best emergent cultural gems, whether it be people, animals, places, situations, or software, and they made them into some of the cleverest costumes we've ever seen. Here we'll take a look at these amazing outfits, we'll have a good laugh, and hopefully, we can get inspired to create an amazing ensemble of our own.
The peacock chair has taken its seat in history, the wicker style furniture was popular during the Victorian era, and has been around for thousands of years. So how did this unlikely pop culture prop start becoming the ultimate fashion accessory for high society people and celebrities alike?
We think it is fair to assume that at some point, you have been scrolling through Instagram with envy over some pretty perfectly styled photos. But have you ever seen the other side of these beautiful photos? The truth behind these shots is often pretty hilarious and unexpected. This photographer shows us the reality behind his perfectly styled and edited photos. Get ready for some of the best Instagram VS. reality!
Digital artist Helen Morgun has taken her fan art to a whole new level. And once you see her work, you will understand exactly what we mean. Her colorful and detailed portraits of today's favorite stars are so jaw-droppingly accurate, they almost look like photographs. Morgun is especially talented at taking well-known celebrities and recreating them to look like Disney heroes, heroines, and villains. And she truly goes all out, making the star in each portrait almost impossible not to recognize.
Diana, who we all love and miss dearly, was the Princess of Wales. But she was the queen - or the empress - of fashion. From the early 1980s through the 1990s until her untimely passing, she traveled the world, fulfilling her royal duties, and looking immaculate every time we saw her. Her charm and charisma were unparalleled, her day-to-day was turbulent, her love for life was fierce, and her wardrobe was the stuff of legends.
The art of cosplay, or costume play, has come a long way since the term was first officially coined back in the mid-80s. Since then thousands of super fans and fantasy world enthusiasts have found ways to raise the bar. And let's face it, leading the way in this realm of insanely talented fandom are the all-powerful female cosplayers of the world. To honor these women, we are taking a look at some of the best in the business who have absolutely killed it when it comes to mastering the art of make-believe.
When thinking of Tokyo, Japan, it's hard not to bring to mind the off-beat street style of young, fashion-forward individuals. Tokyo is known for is curious subcultures, and it continues to be one of the fashion capitals of the world alongside cities like New York, London, and Paris. But outsiders continue to be alluded by the unique and quirky trends that are seen on the streets. That's why we decided to round up three unusual street styles that have popped up around the city. Check out these out-there looks that make up some of the most forward-thinking fashion in the world.
These days, it seems that nothing is what it used to be. This includes one of the world's most exclusive social events: the legendary Met Gala. Due to the global crisis, the Met Gala is postponed until further notice. But Anna Wintour, the primary organizer of the event, got online and explained what's happening. She put out an important message to the world, followed by a performance by Florence and the Machine. Also, some online showcasing, talks and stories are being broadcast. So tune-in for your preview to this year's Met Gala!
We're used to seeing all sorts of alternative outfits on the stars of today for their big day. But back in the day, things were very different. We found ourselves asking, what kind of designs, fabrics, and silhouettes were they going for before the digital age of Pinterest boards and social media influence? And it's all too interesting to see what the stars of the day chose as their special outfit. At Hype Galore, we wanted to create a collection of the most iconic bridal gowns worn in the decades before.