Costumes moving away from Human towards the Dog : Fashion Designers focused upon Pups

Its the 21st century’s era in which humanity feels no shy in roaming around naked in streets but they are getting unable to afford their dogs run around naked any more. ūüėÄ

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Rabid‘ is a novel related to the fashion stories of Dogs in which the author ‘Pamela Redmond Satran’ says “I include dogs wearing everything from yarmulkes to a $3 million diamond necklace (more on that ahead), but when it comes to fashion, canine or human, a dozen pictures say more than Tim Gunn ever could.”

In a Dog Swimwear Fashion Show, held in Taipei Taiwan, the pups got each and every manner of how to follow up at the shocking floor for CatWalk.
The results were not upon the judges to select winner, as voting for the best costumed pup was also included to rank out the best one.

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In a fashion show of pups named as “Last Bark At Bryant Park” an associated press mentioned that “A bride wore white, ruffled satin and a groom strutted in top hat and tux. And nobody piddled.
Students at the Fashion Institute of Technology put sometimes-squirmy dogs on the catwalk for a show Monday that was, thankfully, without mishap.
Lily, a wide-eyed papillon, pranced to oohs and aahs as a magical flower fairy in pink and purple tulle and wings. Schultzy, a West Highland terrier, was bold in white against her snowy fur as she worked the train on her bridal gown.
The canine designs were created by FIT students during the school’s second annual pet fashion show. The dogs, all in the FIT family except two from a shelter, were right on trend.”

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VOte for the best Pup and share your ideas in comments, either against or in favour of such fashion ideologies. ♦♦♦♦♦

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KTZ’s Bamboozled Spring/Summer-2014 Launch at London Fashion Week

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DESIGNER NAMES: Marjan Pejoski (Creative Director) and Koji Maruyama (Head of Design).

“We’re children of¬†National Geographic, said¬†KTZ‘s creative director, Marjan Pejoski, “We love all cultures. We want to cherish and embrace those ideas that are being slowly forgotten by modernism.” after the label’s uplifting extravaganza.¬†Pejoski and co-designer Koji Maruyama declared that it was¬†North Africa‘s tribes which brainstormed an embryonic guidance for ¬†this¬†season. On the KTZ catwalk, Pejoski and Maruyama paraded their own hybrids for urban tribes: ethnic stripes layered over tech details; traditional cloths such as cotton and linen mixed with industrial fabrics; djellabas paired with blazers. A dishdasha became an elongated baseball shirt. And at the end of the show, a handful of warriors, crusted with ornate silver hardware, brought¬†Game of Thrones‘ Dothraki to our city streets.

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KTZ’s collection promoted a peculiar, poetic multiculturalism, embracing Berbers and Legionnaires alike. “We’re romantics,” Pejoski said. Idealists and topographers, too. A key print that was carried through from capes and outerwear to duffels and sandals featured ancient maps. A cloak collaged flags of the world, all nations under a groove. Pejoski and his partner, Sasko Bezovski, were spiraling down Sunset Boulevard a few weeks ago when some music came on the radio. The designer screamed, “That’s our soundtrack.” A quick Shazam revealed it to be one of Omar Souleyman‘s Bj√∂rk remixes. Bj√∂rk, Pejoksi’s most famous client___

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Designers ratified the accumulation of  more leather and a lot more bondage along clunking stuffs. Stripes, Island patches and sharp edgy reflections played an eye catching role front at stage. Those desiring for to step up in a Hip Hop Battlefield should enjoy this season with variety of warrior costumes. On the other hand KTZ reactivated the anatomy of  defunct civilizations via craving cultural bots.

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BACKGROUND:¬†Following the success of Marjan Pejoski‚Äôs own brand, KTZ arose mutually by himself and Sasko Bezovski ‚Äď Pejoski studied fashion design at ……….read more?http://www.londonfashionweek.co.uk/designers_profile.aspx?DesignerID=1047______‚ô£

Richard Carrasco, Hairstylist at Coachella Valley

Hair stylist are often overlooked as artists but Richard is an artist in the truest sense as he has an artist eye, that innate ability to blend precision skills and craft with vision and creativity. He works to understand his canvases unique style, desires and dreams shaping them into hair cuts that define the individual as much as they define the truest sense of style.

By hairstylist, Richard Carrasco at Coachella Valley in Southern California.
A master of complexity and skill but a muse to processed simplicity

By hairstylist, Richard Carrasco at Coachella Valley in Southern California.
Edgy precise cuts that have a unique flair layered into every detail.

By hairstylist, Richard Carrasco at Coachella Valley in Southern California.
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It was¬†immediately¬†present¬†that Richard had the¬†ability¬†to understand his clients and offer them unique, progressive and styles that let the individual step out from behind their own comfort zones and style inhibitions. That night at the salon all of our models got amazing progressive takes on many of the 50‚Ä≤s most popular hair styles. Even Coachella Valley Art Scene, CVAS’s¬†DJ¬†Alf Alpha¬†got a swagging new evocative dew!

By hairstylist, Richard Carrasco at Coachella Valley in Southern California.
Remixing tribal art with fine dragon spike strokes, Revolutionary Cocktails

Young artist storming his brain over the brain covers succeeding really dynamic moves in order to make his name rock in upcoming trends via creativity on his finger tips.

http://richardcarrasco.com

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