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Archive for July, 2006

Episode 1 : wikiCouture



This weeks stories: Space Couture Fashion Competition; Wiki T-Shirts; Love and Hate; Kiss in a Bottle.
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Technology Pin Up Art

I love this classic 50’s pose with a modern day tech backdrop from Frankon’s Flikr account. He has a ton of great work with this same model.

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Shockingly Useful Shoes

As of now they are just a prototype. But Simona Brusa Pasque is sporting the shoe with a hidden secret - a concealed taser. The mean streets of NYC, Milan, Lebanon, (you name it), are no longer a match for the properly attired woman. Although this might be Bondesque right now, I wouldn’t mind a pair in the future.
From the site:

Cinderella is no more without defenses; waiting for the prince to save or worse to chose her. She goes out and enjoys the world without fear; she can now intimidate intimidators without losing her innocence.
She can have her freedom, Cinderella transforms herself into Barbarella: sexy curious queen of discovery.

Also check out the very clever senerio video.

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Space Couture

Who doesn’t want to look good while accelerating upwards outside of ones atmosphere? Well in order to get a jump on what constitutes proper attire for space tourism, the Japanese Space Agency (JAXA) has launched a design competition for clothes to float around in! Thanks to artfuture for this story.

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Kate Moss: Dust to Dust

Kate Moss continues her comeback. Before being renamed to be Burberry’s public face she ‘appeared’ in Alexander McQueen’s Fall 2006 show - sorta.

Moss materializes inside a Louve style pyramid and floats majestically in the air. See the video of her hologram over at Style (fast forward to about the 5:35 mark)

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Fendi sues Wal-Mart over sales of fake handbags

Neiman Marcus. Saks Fifth Avenue. Sams Club.

The only thing the 3 merchants have in common are, well nothing. Especially now that Wal-Mart (owner of Sams Club Discount-Rama) is being sued by Fendi over the sale of alleged fake Fendi merchandise. In one example cited in the lawsuit, a black handbag bearing Fendi’s trademark logo was offered for sale in a Sam’s Club store in Miami for $508.25, 45 percent less than the retail price of $930 for a genuine Fendi bag.

If I am going to get a SamDi, I sure as heck am not going to pay over $500 for it. If the price is too good to be true, it usually is.

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