Designed by Stella McCartney and produced by the German sportswear company Adidas, the official Team GB range caters for 900 British Olympic and Paralympic athletes competing in 46 sports.
In a project that has been in development for two years, McCartney has designed 590 different items of clothing, all created to maximise the athletes’ efficiency in their various disciplines.
Adam Fuss’s “Home and the World” 2010 Series, he explores themes of life, death and transcendence, he explains that “in order for any photographic technique to work, it should be personalized and transfigured into a greater metaphor, engaging processes that take place in the natural world”. He’s not interested in showing what can be seen at face value, but the unseen. Born in London in 1961, he’s been a New Yorker since 1982. The above piece is a gelatin silver print photogram. Dixie Rose
Lost Paradise by Wing Shya
Shoes by Deepa Panchamia…
I found myself very impressed by the work of textile artist Deepa Panchamia and her ability to use fabric to create intricate textures and details.” Her philosophy is to challenge conventional perspectives of Textiles. Creating abstract sculptures, site-specific installations and avant-garde wearable art essentially moving textiles away from its traditional two-dimensional form.” (via)
You can’t let an outfit wear you. This sounds so cliché but I believe that you can find a piece of clothing anywhere; it’s the way you wear it that is important.