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And here I thought Photoshop was just for fixing zits… That’s right, artists Léo Caillard and Alexis Persani didn’t actually sneak into the Louvre and carefully style these centuries-old statues. I’ll let you in on a little secret: Caillard came up with the concept, photographed the statues themselves, then dressed his friends in the outifts you see below, and posed them to look just like our friends in stone have been standing for all these years. That’s where Alexis Persani provides his magical retouching skills to take Caillard’s models out and carefully “dress” the classics in the latest casual menswear. The result: Street Stone
. It was about time these guys had a little wardrobe intervention, am I right?
Status: British Actress
You May Know Her As: Daenerys Stormborn of House Targaryen, Queen of Dragons, on HBO’s Game of Thrones.
Blonde Ambition: It takes her team up to two hours to transform the brunette beauty into silvery platinum-locked Dany. And yes, it’s a wig.
Why she’s so bad-a**: Well, her character hatches dragons and eats a whole horse heart in season 1 alone…
Currently: Filming the much-anticipated third season of Game of Thrones, wrapping up Spike Island, and prepping for Overdrive, all due out next year.
Turkish artist Murat Palta knows his classics: Ottoman miniature and cult. This incredible collection, which he calls “Classic Movies in Miniature Style”, is his senior thesis, “an experiment to blend traditional ‘oriental’ (Ottoman) motifs and contemporary ‘western’ cinema.” These amazing hybrids take characters we know all too well, and place them in the stories that made them memorable, but reimagined in the miniature style, and with a few Ottoman-inspired twists… Check out The Bride’s new catsuit (below), or the slow motion car scene from Inception as an even-slower-motion carriage dive.
Who doesn’t love a great scarf? Well, this trend to watch proves that scarves are just too chic for necks to hog all the fun. The D&G spring runway was positively covered in this dynamic pattern (seriously, even the shoes…), and Carven, Thakoon, Emilio Pucci, Derek Lam, and Sacai are just a few of the many who’ve given the scarf print their seal of approval.
For months I’ve watched the stacks of my very favorite shoes sell out, come back, then sell out, then come back in stock AGAIN… and I must say, the proof is in the pudding: fringe-y feet are here to stay! Not a day goes by without several pairs of fringe booties/sandals/wedges/heels struttin’ by on the lovely LuLu*s ladies here. But really, can you blame us?