Wired for Wonder 2016 Music credit: Twin Musicom
Views: 2087 Wired for Wonder
Osmo(from United Kingdom) brand promotion as well as fashion identity. Exclusively imported & distributed by fashion identity Pvt.Ltd For more queries mail: [email protected] & contact-02226827700/01 [email protected] @osmouk check it out😊
Views: 10399 Shivendra Singh Rajput
From skater girl to Muslim hipster this is Layla Shaikley’s American story. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com to get up to speed on everything from Kurdistan to the Kim Kardashian app. Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
Views: 286858 Vox
What does fashion mean to you? To apparel designer and artist Delina White, fashion is a multifaceted portrait of identity. After all, our fashion is our message to others, our outside representation of ourselves, and a reflection of what we value. White, a member of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, along with her daughter and granddaughter, compose apparel company I Am Anishinaabe. I Am Anishinaabe specializes in fashions that invite the wearer to express themselves and observers to be accepting toward others. Enjoy Delina's story of stitching prayers, culture, awareness, and style into well-made clothing. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Views: 805 TEDx Talks
Meet Alvan, Fiona, Paloma, Franklyn and Chidera who speak about their distinctive style which complements their characters. This is a short documentary film that addresses how fashion and style is more than merely aesthetic but is subversive, symbolic and political. The documentary addresses how one should fully embrace their autonomy and reject social norms through clothing and style. It touches on individuality through clothing, androgyny, challenging gender roles, race and stereotypes of blackness, body positivity and more.
Views: 2297 Beyond Shopping
Jessica Alba loves to play dress-up. So the actress tells Vogue.it as she approaches the final stretch of a daylong fashion shoot, which has seen racks of clothing, rows of shoes and a cluster of diamonds service her needs. As the sun sets over downtown Los Angeles, her fresh-faced beauty and upright posture betray what at this point must be sheer exhaustion; particularly because her black, lacy couture gown of choice is successfully concealing her growing second child.
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More videos at: http://arttube.boijmans.nl As a boy, on his way to school, he used to pick a mandarin from the tree that grew in the curve of the staircase to his home. After all these years, the scent of a mandarin peel brings him back to his youth; to the classroom, notebooks and pencils to the boy he was, the person he wanted to be and, perhaps, already was in the eyes of his classmates. Being a famous fashion designer, Hussein Chalayan picks a piece its just a fragment from the infinitely complex pattern of human experiences and relationships. Micro Geography: thats how he calls his installation in Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The installation shows a human figure, a woman, under water. The water is moved by the wind and changes colour, depending on the time of the day. Like the small plants, the woman seems to float with the tide and to be rooted in the soil. But at the same time there are cameras everywhere. Each movement of her body is seen by many eyes. The figure is trapped in an instable network of relationships. And then yet another person comes and starts looking at her. That person is you! Who does she want to be? Who is she in your eyes. And what does your gaze mean for who she is or will become? This video is part of the The Art of Fashion exhibition, on view until January 10th 2010 at Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. Camera: Nanko Goeting Editing: Jorrit Spoelstra at Photoboothworks
Views: 4535 Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen
'Wear I Am' is a series we created by inviting strangers into our studio to have meaningful conversations about clothes, fashion, identity and of course, t-shirts. Stay tuned for the rest of the videos to be released very soon! Like our videos? Subscribe to our channel, and connect with us on our other platforms! Follow us on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BlankClothin... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/blankclothi... Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+BlankclothingCa Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/2374... https://blankclothing.ca/ Directed By: Everett Bumstead Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keep.it.in.the.streets/
Views: 353 blank clothing
'T-Shirt Talks' is a series we created inspired by a natural curiosity about people in relation to self-expression. Specifically, we wanted to look at how clothing plays a part in creating a personal statement to others about themselves. We wanted to explore how people utilized the external; how combining different pieces of clothing, colours, brands, materials help express their internal selves. No two person's styles are the same; emotions, memories, inspiration from others, and individual experiences are all attributes to what influences their decisions in creating their own personal style. T-Shirt Talks is created by inviting strangers into our studio to have meaningful conversations about clothes, fashion, identity and of course, t-shirts. Here's the promo video on the series! Like our videos? Subscribe to our channel, and connect with us on our other platforms! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Tshirt.ca/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Tshirt_Canada?lan... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tshirt.ca/?... LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/1640... https://t-shirt.ca/
Views: 258 T-shirt.ca
Fashion and clothing are often seen as an unimportant part of everyday life. However, clothing can be, and is, so much more than that. Even though most don't put a lot of thought into what they put on their body in the morning it can say a lot about how they act, feel, and present themselves. Marshall McLuhan says that clothing is an extension of the body. It is a part of us, just extended from our actual being. A person can say who they are just by deciding what they wear. Society is always changing. The past always affects the future. Clothing reflects society. Clothing allows for individuals to be individuals. It creates diversity among groups yet reflects what is going on in the world at the same time. Past events, films, television, music, art, and people all have affected how far clothing has come and gone. They have given inspiration. Fashion is a culture in itself using what is around it to grow. It keeps advancing and growing from what has been to create new and more creative ideas. Audio/Music: One Half - Julianna Barwick Dream Games - Shock Aerosol Can (feat. Pharrell Williams) - Major Lazer MFA Fashion, Design and Society - Parsons the New School for Design 400 Lux - Lorde My World - Iggy Azalea Fancy - Iggy Azalea, Charli XCX Big Think - Re: What is the role of fashion in society? Natural's Not In It - Gang of Four Fashion - David Bowie Parsons The New School MFA Fashion Design and Society - Phase 2 The Longer U Wait - Fol Chen Mobbin (feat. Hedspin) - Grandtheft Video: Givenchy Fall Winter 2014-15 MFA Fashion, Design and Society - Parsons the New School for Design PUNK: Chaos to Couture - Gallery Views A-Z of the World's Top Supermodels Intel Visual Life: The Sartorialist The Royal Tenenbaums Wall Dress Givenchy Fall Winter 2013-14 Clueless H&M Life - Distinctive Dublin Fancy - Iggy Azalea, Charli XCX The Great Gatsby (1974) The Great Gatsby (2013) Wildfox Couture Fall 2013 Daisy's Girls Archival Footage - Gold Rush and Pioneers Madewell: Genius Jeans Designer Jac in the Archives Star Wars Rodarte Fall 2014 Balmain Fall Winter 2014 Woodstock (Jay's original footage) H&M Life Street Style Coachella 2014 We Fashion Visual Identity - Frank Dresen Fashion Show - Lauren Greenfield Alexander McQueen Spring/Summer 2010 Alexander Wang Fall 2014 Parsons The New School MFA Fashion Design and Society - Phase 2 Alexander McQueen Fall/Winter 2006 Text: Marshall McLuhan Quentin Fiore This video sampled extensively from creative commons media, and minimally from copyrighted material in accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107: Limitations on Exclusive Rights: Fair Use. While in this forum I may not need to define or justify fair use, it is an issue of paramount importance to remix practitioners, especially given the exigence created by the Protect IP Act, Stop Online Piracy Act, and The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, immediate examples of war in a global village driven by technological innovation. This video utilized media in order to: comment on/critique media, illustrate arguments, initiate discussion, and for educational purposes. The Center for Social Media's Statement of the Fair Use of Images for Teaching, Research, and Study" (http://centerforsocialmedia.org/fair-...) suggest that these rationales lie within common interpretations of fair use.
Views: 5852 Caitlin Wohler
Identity fashion is an up and coming fashion label working with a group of talented Bulgarian designers to create affordable, exclusive pieces for their brand. Check out IDENTITY FASHION here ▶ https://identityfashion.online/ My Instagram ▶ https://www.instagram.com/_leonlink/ BIZ ▶ [email protected] Edwin Ho Instagram ▶ https://www.instagram.com/edwinho1/ MODEL ▶ EVA MCLOUGHIN Shot at ▶ ANRÁN PHOTO STUDIO ••• ••• •••
Views: 149 Leon Link
As new generations increasingly view gender and sexuality as unfixed, as not a question of either/or, boundaries are being broken down. Fashion too has taken up the mantle of challenging binary ideas, pushing forward a vision for genderless design. To explore why the future of fashion is non-binary, i-D teams up with model and activist Munroe Bergdorf as she gears up for forward-thinking label Art School's spring/summer 19 show. Munroe takes us into the world of the genderless label to discuss this cultural shift, and introduces us to some of the show’s brilliant, beautiful faces. WATCH NEXT: Munroe and Olly Alexander of Years & Years discuss dancing in nightclubs and how to look after your mental health when you’re in the public eye - https://youtu.be/q0bnndmCmSE Follow i-D: YouTube http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-iD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/i_D Twitter https://twitter.com/i_D Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iDmagazineofficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/i_D Tumblr: http://i-donline.tumblr.com/ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/i-d-online-1 More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideos
Views: 62552 i-D
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Views: 1311 Saad Tasleem
When you think fashion, do you immediately see long flowing dresses with models on the runway? Our next speaker aims to show us another path to follow, where fashion is removed from the realm of fantasy and finds its way closer to home. In 2000, Jason Steel was invited to attend the Royal College of Art, London, and awarded both the Princess of Wales Bursary in conjunction with the British Fashion Council and the Thames & Hudson prize for ‘excellence and innovation.’ On graduating, he taught his newly developed approaches at leading fashion schools in the UK and South East Asia. This international work lead to his arrival in Beirut in 2013 and the creation of the LAU Fashion Design degree which sees students exploring the human condition for fashion outcomes. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Views: 1763 TEDx Talks
How John Crowley's 2015 film 'Brooklyn' uses the costume of it's lead character to show her shifting relationship to national identity Edited by Jake Cunningham http://cunninghamfilmandphoto.com/ _______________________ Brooklyn (2015) - Fox A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) - Warner Bros The Great Gatsby (2013) - Warner Bros Gilda (1946) - Columbia Lady Macbeth (2017) - Altitude The Empire Strikes Back (1980) - Fox Marie Antoinette (2006) - Columbia Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) - Disney Rocky IV (1985) - MGM Les Miserables (2012) - Universal Gangs of New York (2002) - Miramax Austin Powers (1997) - New Line
Views: 1217 Jake Cunningham
One way we create our identity is with our clothes. Here we’ll discuss robes that traditional monastics use, and consider how they differ from the clothing that the rest of us use. We’ll also consider ways that we can make contemplation of clothing a part of our practice. Check out my Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/dougsseculardharma Fun video from YouTubers Rachel and Jun on whether Westerners can or should wear kimono: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwoSYWIgV9Y Thanks to Patrons: Matthew Smith ----------------------------- Please visit the Secular Buddhist Association webpage! http://secularbuddhism.org/
Views: 904 Doug's Secular Dharma
Mode är en miljardindustri och en av de snabbast växande branscherna i Sverige. Mode är viktigt för många människor, det är ett verktyg för att finna och uttrycka sin identitet. Thomas McEntee, European Account Manager på modeföretaget Cheap Monday föreläser om sin syn på mode och identitet. Föreläsningen hålls på engelska. "En kväll på Meken" 23 augusti 2017. Arrangerat av Landstinget Dalarnas projekt arkitektur form design i samarbete med Meken Smedjebacken. Projektledare/presentatör Ann-Louise Rönestål Ek
Views: 348 Wizworks Studios
Design Indaba travelled to North Africa to document the ways Egyptian and Moroccan designers are bringing about change through design. In this episode, 25-year-old Cairo-based fashion designer Amna Elshandaweely talks to us about her inspirations and discovering her African identity. Read the full feature where she explores colourism and challenges Egyptian beauty standards: http://inda.ba/2iDNqFQ * * * * * Design Indaba is an online publication with an annual Festival and social impact, Do Tank. Find our design talks, interviews and original features on www.designindaba.com Design Indaba | http://inda.ba/mIWuZI Facebook | http://inda.ba/1g1hse0 Twitter | http://inda.ba/1ouKlDq Instagram | http://inda.ba/1QRVKhn Pinterest | http://inda.ba/18XWKGv Newsletter | http://inda.ba/TwaPdH
Views: 2988 Design Indaba
ONLINE COURSE: https://instagrammarketingforclothingbrands.com/ FACEBOOK GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/groups/243380772810772/?ref=bookmarks In this video, Rob goes super deep into branding and talks about what creates loyal customers. The key to branding is discovering your identity and expressing that identity through your brand personality.
Views: 1728 Apparel Success
For a while I've noticed an increasing amount of people feeling pressured to stay tied down to one singular identity when being part of a fashion subculture, and in this video I discuss why this can be unhealthy and unecessarily stressful on an individual. I hope by sharing my thoughts here it will help put some of you at ease, if you have been worrying about if you should always be "representing" a style! Pffft. For someone wearing a fluffy tutu and a pony shirt, I sure do go into a deep discussion here. :P BGM = January eShop '16
Views: 23514 Princess Peachie
What is our Identity? Is it where we are from or live? Is it our taste in music, or would it be our sense of fashion? A documentary exploring how part of our identities are formed through our music and fashion taste. Presented by Niamh O'Donnell Produced/Directed by Dionne McComish
Views: 488 Dionne McComish
Be proud of who you are. Short film about Samantha Stern who aims to make social impact through fashion. CLICK SHOW MORE FOR MORE INFO Samantha graduated from Cornell University 2017 as a Fashion Design major and went on to pursue a career in the fashion industry. Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cornellimpactproject/ Organized and under the guidance of The Impact Project. Videography: Sonia Appasamy and Iliana Paleva Equipment and connections: Alexandra Miles Film editing: Iliana Paleva Runway Footage courtesy of Cornell Fashion Collective "Look Book" Photography by Ariel Gleitman Personal archives courtesy of Samantha Stern Music by composer Kai Engel "Ode to the World" (0:00-1:24) "Nothing Lasts Forever" (1:24-3:38) "Brooks" (3:31-5:40) Licensed under the Attribution License, tracks were not modified. Track 1: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/Chapter_Two__Mild/Kai_Engel_-_Chapter_Two_-_Mild_-_03_Brooks_1014 Track 2: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/Irsens_Tale/Kai_Engel_-_Irsens_Tale_-_05_Nothing_Lasts_Forever Track 3: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/Better_Way/Kai_Engel_-_Better_Way_-_07_Ode_to_the_World
Views: 353 The Impact Project
'Wear I Am' is a series we created by inviting strangers into our studio to have meaningful conversations about clothes, fashion, and identity. Stay tuned for the rest of the videos to be released very soon! Like our videos? Subscribe to our channel, and connect with us on our other platforms! Follow us on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BlankClothin... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/blankclothi... Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+BlankclothingCa Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/2374... https://blankclothing.ca/ Directed By: Everett Bumstead Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keep.it.in....
Views: 37 blank clothing
Fashion and Identity in Modern America is one of 4 new COPLACDigital courses being offered in Spring 2018.
Views: 123 COPLAC87
This short spoken word and fashion film aims to explore aspects of fashion culture in Liverpool, in particular, the identity of school girls and the experience growing up in impoverished areas of the city. It is made up of two poems. MY BRANDED TONGUE This piece is about relearning to acknowledge and identify with accent. The Scouse Accent comes with expectations and stereotypes attached to it and during my time in school doing public speaking, it was something I was taught to try and mask, something I could lose points for. The piece explores the weight of the Scouse accent, it's beauty and power. The Garment in this piece is made from old pattern pieces and the headpiece is a crane. This is to represent the new growing influence of the fashion trade in Liverpool and the old forgotten trade of docking. SCOUSE BROWS This piece is about freedom of finding identity as Scouser. It is heavily influenced by school girl culture, rejection of uniform codes as personal protest and aesthetics of degeneration. The garment in this piece is constructed from scraps of discarded fabric from the sewing room floor. This is to represent how what others see as obsolete can have potential and become something beautiful, just like this city's regeneration. Thank you so much Lyndsey and Rosie for helping me produce this film. I hope you enjoy it.
Views: 307 Madelaine Kinsella
In this Sunday Spiel I vlog about my life and why fashion is important to me while making my face in a rainbow made of glitter. CONNECT WITH ME AND BE MY NEW BFF: BLOG: www.glitterandlazers.com/Blog FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/GlitterandLazers TWITTER: https://twitter.com/AnnaOBrien INSTAGRAM http://www.instagram.com/Glitterandlazers SNAPCHAT @glitterandlazer
Views: 21606 Glitterandlazers
Our very own Taija Thomas had the opportunity to shop with Sandra and was completely blown away by the experience. Sandra began by asking how she felt. Which is not typically a question we ask ourselves when we’re shopping. We assume that what we buy is a reflection of who we are, but what Sandra wants us to recognize is: if we go into a shopping experience with a negative outlook on who or where we are in life, our subconscious mind will reflect that in the pieces we buy.
Views: 55 Zoe Elle Co
Cast http://instagram.com/jessycababyy Video Directed & Edited by http://instagram.com/aprizalarief - Shot on Sony α7 iii at 120fps - 1080p HD - Handheld Lens: Sony Sonnar T* FE 55mm f/1.8 ZA Lens Picture Profile: PP7 S-Log2 (Color Mode S-Gamut3.Cine) Color Graded in Davinci Resolve 15 for Custom LUT Edited in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2018 - SOCIAL MEDIA Instagram - http://instagram.com/aprizalarief
Views: 139 Aprizal Arief
This book project assembles innovative research on the themes of dress reform ca. 1850s-1940s in East Asia. Professor Kyunghee Pyun’s lecture explores Chinese, Japanese, and Korean languages of dress, body, and gender identity in the larger contexts of trade, power, modernization, and socio-political discourses. Essays in this volume illuminate, with an unprecedented scope and from a transcultural perspective, the intersections between art history, fashion history, history of consumption, political and economic history, and cultural studies. In the process of modernization East Asian clothing underwent conspicuous changes. The Meiji government in Japan ordered a westernized revision of attires for military and government officials. Cultural leaders also responded with their own interpretations of modern identity through hybrid fashion. In late Qing and early Republican China, changing dress styles that incorporated imported tailoring and fabrics reflected the transition from the millennia-old dynastic system to modern nationhood. King Gojong of late Joseon Korea, under Japanese influence, deemed the adoption of new attires essential to modernization and decreed a series of dress reforms from the 1880s on. But the forced removal of traditional marks of status and manhood such as broad sleeves and the topknot met with vehement opposition from ministers to the ordinary people. In the twentieth century, the mass media started to play a strong role in disseminating new designs that closely followed socio-political trends. The modernization of dress in East Asia also coincided with the diaspora of Asian immigrants to Europe and Americas in the late nineteenth and the early twentieth century. The lecture will present some examples of cultural cross-dressing by Asians and non-Asians during the Gilded Ages in the US.
Views: 226 aaaricuny
Видеото показва как млади хора, хора с мотивация и мечти могат да постигнат всичко, което си поставят за цел! Един влог бекстейдж на модното ревю на Вики Добрева и нейните колеги. Вики Димитрова се включи също без да се замисля, просто се хвърли в това приключение, за което съм и много благодарна, че винаги е до мен! Колегите ми бяха страхотни, за 4 години успяхме да станем задружни камоли когато пред нас изкочи такова голямо предизвикателство.. Благодарим и на ТЕРМИНАЛ 1, за това, че повярваха в нас и ни помогнаха да осъществим мечтата си да имаме ревю - такова каквото сме си представяли всички години, през които сме учили. Благодарим и на София Ракова и нейния екип, които се включиха с грима на всички 21 модела. Благодарим на Йоана Пенева на мега яките прически. На Николай Божилов, които през цялото време ни подкрепяше и вярваше, че ще успеем да направим най-доброто! И не на последно място на всички прекрасни, млади и луди момичета и момчета, които се съгласиха да бъдат наши модели през тази вечер. Независимо,че не са професионални модели се справиха блестящо. БЛАГОДАРИМ НА ВСИЧКИ, КОИТО СЕ ВКЛЮЧИХА И НА ВСИЧКИ, КОИТО ДОЙДОХА И НИ УВАЖИХА! -------------------------------------------------------- Aleksandra Petrova и нейната колекция 'The New Young Urban Professionals Фотограф: LAWSI Studio Модел: Денислав Богалийски -------------------------------------------------------- Stefani Todorova и нейната колекция 'VIVO Фотограф: Петя Чолакова, Йоан Сугарев Модели: Християна Мутафчиева, Христина Теофилова -------------------------------------------------------- Маркова Моника и нейната колекция 'GENDER EQUALITY', Фотограф: Yoan Galabov Модели: Elly Koleva, Bojidar Ivanov -------------------------------------------------------- Колекцията 'СОЦ КОТЮР' на Yoana Kusheva Фотограф: Georgi Panchev Модели: Siyana Shishkova , Maria Sufieva -------------------------------------------------------- Ани Йотова и нейната колекция 'STRANGE ATTRACTORS' Фотограф: Yoan Galabov -------------------------------------------------------- Viktoria Dobreva и колекцията “Обу“ Фотограф: Yoan Galabov Модели: Виктория Димитрова Yoana Kusheva -------------------------------------------------------- Melinda Hubin и нейната колекция "Пънк.Грешка в обществото?!" Фотограф: Plamen Popov Модели: Anastasiya Dicheva, Teodora Samohina Грим: Makeup by Iva Gramatikova Коса: Yoana Peneva -------------------------------------------------------- Radosveta Trifonova и нейната колекция "1+1=3" Фотограф: Калин Георгиев Модел: Veli Kostadinova Грим и Прическа: Велиана Лобошка -------------------------------------------------------- Ани Добараджиева и нейната колекция 'DIMENTIONS' Фотограф: Тоти Баджаков (Toti Badzhakov) / ARToti-Studio Модел: Victoria Metodieva Обработка и ретуш: Andrey Nikolov -------------------------------------------------------- Mihaela Tzvetanova с колекцията "ПЪЗЕЛ В АБСТРАКЦИЯТА" Фотограф: Aelita Spiridonova Модел: Doroteya Pavlova -------------------------------------------------------- ФИЛИП ТРЕНЧОВСКИ и неговата колекция „ERROR“. Фотограф: Gjorgji Despodov Модели: Александра Костадиноска, Iva Gjorgjioska и Monimen Маркова Моника -------------------------------------------------------- Thumbnail - Creative Visual Salution -------------------------------------------------------- EDM Detection Mode от Kevin MacLeod се използва съгласно лиценз Creative Commons Attribution (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Източник: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1500026 Изпълнител: http://incompetech.com/ -------------------------------------------------------- Ако искате да видите повече от нас последвайте ни в Instagram: - https://www.instagram.com/pinkiwiss/ - https://www.instagram.com/vicoop/ - https://www.instagram.com/_airotciiv/
Views: 9294 pINKiwis