In a new art installation at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles, California, fashion designers Bernhard Willhelm and Jutta Kraus challenge what we think we know about fashion. Bernhard Willhelm 3000: When Fashion Shows The Danger Then Fashion Is The Danger is an installation that features Willhelm’s Fall/Winter 2015-2016 collection as well as a hodgepodge of video, photography, and objects selected by Wilhelm himself. The artist states that his exhibit is a response to art, fashion, and consumerism in the 21st century as well as a prediction of the fashion in the 22nd century.
Hot weather is in the atmosphere again and that means you’ll need breathable footwear to walk through the hot days and nights of summer. Sandals have long been a go-to shoe for women, and designers are more and more eager to up the ante in their shoe game to provide ladies with great sandal options. Sandals are a wonderful way to remain comfortable while being stylish in fashion forward cities like New York City, Miami, and Los Angeles – all three of these cities are known for having especially hot summers. Whether you’re looking for some fully functional sandal flats or some va-va-voom sandal heels, here is a guide to a few key sandal trends for summer.
Today is Denim Day. Sounds simple enough, right? A day of appreciation for denim should be easy for any fashion lover, as denim is universally loved and is one of the most worn fabrics in the world. But denim’s importance today is symbolic.
Art is what really makes the world go round. Without art, people wouldn’t be able to express themselves and truly share the human experience with one another. Art Hearts Fashion, founded by designer and entrepreneur Erik Rosete in 2011, is an organization that exhibits the talents of cutting edge fashion designers and contemporary artists, all whilst giving back to the community. Art Hearts Fashion truly subscribes to the idea that sharing is beautiful, through an appreciation of creative talent and by contributing to organizations like The Women’s Cancer Foundation, AIDS Project Los Angeles, and the Hurricane Sandy Relief Kitchen, among others.