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the sad thing is this is presented by media as "fashion" not the wearable concept art it is, this makes people laugh at it and mock the design when it was never intended to be seen as fashion 🙁 it is used to ridicule the art
I love it. But I HATE cherry picking of extreme examples to get likes and laughs by pandering to the sense of superiority in the dull people who like to laugh at things they don't understand. Fashion is really at the forefront of creativity in art at the moment I am involved in AI art. It is distressing to read comments from ignorant people deriding any art that's not ordinary. We can see that in comments here too. We know what happens when people think that their personal taste is the same as quality. We see that in governments making artistic funding decisions and the concept of degenerate art. And we have seen where that leads.
Maybe people need to look at this kind of work as 'body sculpture' instead of trying to look at it as fashion or clothing. The artists are trying to tell you something - eg. the suit that so many men wear is ultra conservative and meant to give the impression of status, power, invulnerability etc - there is usually nothing fun or quirky or even interesting about it. This artist shows us what happens when you deconstruct a 'uniform' in this way, and disrupt its function. I think this is important because it helps us to imagine other ways of doing things, even if not exactly the same as what is represented in the artwork
A good laugh!
This completely lacks “taste”. I really cannot see anything inspirational at all. It is sad & laughable & to associate this with fashion in any way, does a great injustice to the fashion industry. There are art galleries for this kind of stuff. Runways are for fashion.
This is why it's wearable art! 🤷
Pushing boundaries is one thing - but thi is just taking the piss!
Art yes, wearable ? Heck No
I remember the 1970s. Nothing to see here.
Adrienne Fox new outfits for school?
Stupid wasteful energy that could be used to make clothes for the poor, homeless in the world, children with no clothing protection from their harsh climates
Most would suit Cirque du Soleil - performing art.
Just revolting nothing more.
Just a pathetic attempt to make men look idiots.
Let's just not......
Thank God I'm at the end of my life 😂
I will offer a blowtorch
So silly you would burst out laughing
CALL FOR CONTRIBUTORS!
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We’d say this about the availability of options to pursue the arts too! Oh, and what about some more effective structures to support and care for our artists once their career is over?! Yes, it is a calling, but it doesn’t need to cause the amount of heartache it does for so many! Protect our artists!🙌 ... See MoreSee Less
National Cultural Policy Launch 2023 - Watch through this link Monday 10:30am (Sydney time)! ... See MoreSee Less
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