Adidas is known for its cutting edge, funky and classic designs. They're not afraid to take fashion risks with their shoe designs, and more often than not they find a buyer for even the most eccentric sneakers. Their latest line plays upon the elimination of the old convention that things need to match.
Over the years, we've began to break those old rules of fashion that were once so constricting. It's now okay to mix green and blue, wear more than one pattern of they're coordinated tastefully, and of course, wear white after Labour Day. A line of menswear is pushing the boundaries even further with their designs for men.
Throughout history certain items have been designed specifically to keep men's favorite body parts in working order during at-risk activities. Well, don't women's assets deserve the same love and care as well? Ask the creator of one protective item that you wear down there and the answer is yes.
We all know those women that take any opportunity they can to flaunt their goods. Any holiday, particularly Halloween, presents the opportunity to wear as few pieces of clothing as possible. Holidays might present the opportunity for the more outgoing modern women to show off; but what about those geeks who want to be suggestive in their own right?
Insa shoe designs are often strange, beautiful and extreme, but now they've created a design inspired directly from the world of art and it uses a unique and rather crappy material.
Avatar may not have won best picture, but it did receive a couple of nods at this year's Academy Awards and there's still a ton of hype surrounding it. For those who want to follow the styles of the Na'vi a number of fashion pieces have been designer, inspired by the movie and its indigenous people.
Last night at the Oscars, you know that all of those celebs were just dying to escape for a little late night happy hour at the after parties (as if they hadn't already hit the bottle before the awards show). But I'd bet they didn't have a watch to count them down to the moment of victory!
Fashion that serves another function is always well received by those who might never think of wearing such an item, but love to gawk at the innovations. An artist recently developed a line of weather dresses that are about more than just couture designs.
The Vancouver 2010 Olympic cauldron design was inspired by the Inukshuk, a great Canadian and arctic symbol. While there is plenty of official Olympic gear for sale, some want to show their support in more unique ways.
Don't lie; if you're a parent you've probably looked at your baby or toddler's one-piece sleepwear and wished that you had such a comfy garment of your own. It's always been possible with adult pajamas with feet (and sometimes, if you're lucky a bum flap), but new loungewear beats it all.
While the opening ceremonies for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics generated a lot of conversation about the unique, patriotic uniforms (including Canada's donation to the 3-man Indian team), it's the Americans that have got everyone talking.
Maybe you missed the memo; but smoking is dangerous. Your lungs won't thank you for the years of torment that you've put them through, and neither will your body or your home when you manage to burn it down. If you're dumb enough to keep on smoking, then perhaps you're dumb enough to think that this safety solution is a good idea too.
Purses can make bold statements without dominating an entire outfit, so it's much easier for even those less adventurous in fashion to take the risk with a unique purse. This one is made from recycled materials that everyone today should be well-familiar with, and it has a geek-chic look to go with it.
For some couples, romance and independence do not go hand-in-hand; for others, it's all about mittens built for two or dual snuggies. For the couples who aren't so much into the mushy stuff, but still want to stick together on Valentine's Day, here's something that will heat things up!
With Valentine's Day right around the corner, it's time to find new and exciting ways to make the day special for your spouse. Forget the regular gifts, flowers and even the lingerie. One clothing item will really help show them pleasure.
Fanny packs might be the farthest thing from fashionable, but sometimes you've just got to boycott those laws for a night or day out when lugging around a purse just isn't convenient. Fortunately, one creative designer has come up with a moderately more fashionable alternative that won't make you look and feel like a tourist!
In the wake of discovering jean pajamas that make sleepwear comfortable and acceptable for public outings, and interesting bit of news popped up that's about to encourage consumers to start shopping for pajamas that are in disguise!