Screen Shot -- Sir David Attenborough hosts this amazing video from BBC wildlife show 'Life in the Undergrowth' investigating the weird and wonderful mating ritual of the leopard slug.
The interior of Comme des Garçons iconic 'bump' ensemble, S/S 1997, 'Body Meets Dress' or 'Bump' collection. Defying commonplace notions of how the body should be dressed, especially those popularised by fashions of the 1980s, Rei Kawakubo used padding to distort the body beyond forms commonly associated with the feminine silhouette. Swipe to see the ensemble in full.⠀ .⠀ This sold in 2015 for a staggering and record breaking £26,000, including premium.⠀
Rei Kawakubo - Comme des Garçons (1942) In 1981, already famous in her country, the Japanese designer made her début in Paris proposing shapeless black garments. She made a revolution with her rag-like contrasting designs, far from the body-conscious powerful fashion of the time. In 1996, she went even further with her controversial creations that distorted the body, seeing beauty where standards did not allow it.