Riitta Skytt

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Eschewing the conventions of the fashion world, the Finnish artist-designer Daniel Palillo situates his Spring/Summer 2015 collection in an exhibition of new paintings. Paintings about the Fashion World takes on tropes of the fashion world as its subject... »

Eschewing the conventions of the fashion world, the Finnish artist-designer Daniel Palillo situates his Spring/Summer 2015 collection in an exhibition of new paintings. Paintings about the Fashion World takes on tropes of the fashion world as its subject.

Eschewing the conventions of the fashion world, the Finnish artist-designer Daniel Palillo situates his Spring/Summer 2015 collection in an exhibition of new paintings. Paintings about the Fashion World takes on tropes of the fashion world as its subject... »

Eschewing the conventions of the fashion world, the Finnish artist-designer Daniel Palillo situates his Spring/Summer 2015 collection in an exhibition of new paintings. Paintings about the Fashion World takes on tropes of the fashion world as its subject.

Daniel Palillo Spring/Summer 2015 Lookbook » Fucking Young!

Eschewing the conventions of the fashion world, the Finnish artist-designer Daniel Palillo situates his Spring& 2015 collection in an exhibition of new paintings. Paintings about the Fashion World takes on tropes of the fashion world as its subject.

Daniel Palillo Spring/Summer 2015 Lookbook

Eschewing the conventions of the fashion world, the Finnish artist-designer Daniel Palillo situates his Spring& 2015 collection in an exhibition of new paintings. Paintings about the Fashion World takes on tropes of the fashion world as its subject.

Stay Weird, Bas Kosters | Hint Fashion Magazine

monster fashion - Presented during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Amsterdam, this monster fashion collection celebrates self-expression and fantasy. Despite of the fashi.

MASCHERATA | Le Cornacchie Della Moda

Kurtis Skaife’s crocheted series "Soft Power" confronts gender expectations directly, re-imaging weaponry and fortification in the visual tradition of tea cozies and your grandmother’s lovingly hand-made afghan blanket.