“While working at a Record Company a gentleman came in for an interview wearing a plaid flannel shirt and overalls. He then proceeded to tell me that this is the way he dresses like it or not….he didn’t get the job.” – Quote of an Interviewer
The above statement is found on a website that listed many of the worst interview outfit experiences. Some of the outfits mentioned are extremely funny. Overall, dressing up like that will hardly help a person get a job. These stories consolidate the fact that only a suit can be the best attire for a job interview.
The love for fashion goes way beyond the average kid for this 4 year old girl, called Mayhem by mom Angie. From Jennifer Lawrence at the Golden Globes to Anna from Frozen, Angie and Mayhem have created dozens of fabulous dresses out of materials straight from the craft shop.
Angie, a professional photographer (@2sisters_angie) discovered that her 4-year-old daughter loves to create dresses when Mayhem rejected her store-bought princess dresses and started wrapping herself with scarves and sheets creating her own styles.
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FACES PROJECT is a photographic experiment that queries the relationship between fashionistas and street style photography.
During this fashion week season, brazilian photographer Fernanda Peruzzo took portraits of different persons before or after the fashion shows in Paris.
The portraits were taken with their consent, but without saying where the photo was going to be published and without asking their names.
The photographer’s intention is to test how people care about their own image and their image rights and how they deal with street photography. Do they make researches on the internet to see where their photos were published?
A hundred of these portraits were published on the site facesproject.jux.com.
Now, the photographer waits to see how many of the them will recognize their own image.
No Love is a collaborative collection between Toronto-based brand Daily News Project and New York twin design-duo Dee and Ricky. No strangers to the fashion industry, Dee and Ricky have worked with brands from Marc Jacobs to Casio, Converse to Joyrich. And although best known for their colorful LEGO based designs, No Love is a monochromatic inspired collection featuring the twins’ signature LEGO heart brooch; alongside a t-shirt, crop-top, and snapback hat.
Ginger cats, tabby cats, black and tortoiseshell! I create cat inspired hats, hand felted from the softest Merino wool. I carefully blend different wools resulting in a stunningly tactile, beautifully realistic piece of wearable art! These versatile hats keep you cosy in the cold and get you noticed by day. Not for the reserved. Hollywood Celebrity tattoo artist, Kat Von D even wears my black cat hat! If you send me a photo, I can create a cat portrait hat too!
I’m a spanish photographer & digital artist based in Madrid.
I’m Technician in Advertising Art by the CENP school of Madrid (2002), where I studied graphic design oriented to advertising and marketing campaigns, as well as analogic photography, which started attract powerfully my attention and want to continue learning more about this artistic technique.
After that, I developed my professional future mainly as 2D Artist for mobile, IOS and pc games, specializing in the “Pixelart” technique, but while I continued developing my personal work with digital art photography, and I discovered that this was really the best way to express myself and everything else surrounds me through a kind of parallel reality.
In 2011 I finished the Master of Expert in fashion and advertising photography by the CES school and the UCM in Madrid, specializing in this kind of photography.
Anyway, I love to make a mix between Fashion & Fantasy Photography, taking the better from both of them, and giving a touch of pictorical or illustration to my images.
My photographic interests: cool pictures, weird, disturbing, intriguing, interesting, dreamy, creative and, above all, beautiful images, capturing the ephemeral moment, the feeling, the attitude and character of the people or concepts to portray.