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Who is Tea Hacic? And why is she pregnant and drunk?

Who is Tea Hacic? And why is she pregnant and drunk?

She defines herself as a “dumb bitch from Croatia, raised in North Carolina, morally destroyed in Milan and currently picking up the pieces in Los Angeles”. Her alter-ego is a pregnant drunk internet icon who doesn’t have a name, it was taken away from her when she got pregnant. Now she’s just “mom”. It pisses lots of people off on the internet. It’s fun!

Adidazed

Adidazed

West people know mostly East Europeans for stereotypes as Adidas, vodka, weapons, squats and eating sunflower seeds.
It’s true, sadly, but It’s not for every citizen of course.
This subculture is called Gopnik, the name comes probably from the Ukrainian public housing where the lowest working class used to live, drink and suffer in name of the communism.
But why all the East European country are so similar?

Defocus: Jiayi Xu

Defocus: Jiayi Xu

Defocus to focus. Since destruction it’s needed to achieve a new point of view this is the first of a series about young fashion designers and graduated who grabbed our attention during the latest months.

This contents is not an advertising and is not intended to be. Just visual contents in its purest form. No words needed, no explanation required.

Breaking boundaries between masculine and feminine: the revolution of genders during Dada

Breaking boundaries between masculine and feminine: the revolution of genders during Dada

Dada is everything and nothing, it is play and paradox. Dada is art and negation of it. Among his greatest exponents Marcel Duchamp, a French artist who made provocation the basis of his (non) art. We all know him for the great artist that he was, but perhaps not everyone knows that Duchamp went much further, playing with the differences and the stereotypes of the masculine and the feminine rendering their boundaries null. In fact in 1920 was born Rrose Selavì, feminine alter ego of Marcel Duchamp. A ready-made version of himself that gives the possibility to think of the artist as an unstable figure from the point of view of gender identity.

The world 1st ever AR and virtual avatars fashion show, augmented reality facefilters and why you need to forget fabric

The world 1st ever AR and virtual avatars fashion show, augmented reality facefilters and why you need to forget fabric

We are at a breaking point, this year not only the already known couture houses and brands will show their designs in the well known way we are used to but Virtual Avatars will walk their digital catwalks in designs by TRASHYMUSE and partners, while famous beauty bloggers, models & influencers will wear the most fashionable face masks & beauty accessories.
This is the beginning of a new chapter in an era where people demands and need inclusivity on every level, the show will be projected to the Ep 7 building in Paris and not in some so last season lavish castle.

Post war world, knitwear and digital image

Post war world, knitwear and digital image

Year 2067, we’re still on earth after a nuclear war that lasted 30 years. Humans are now replaced by robots and plastic is not allowed anymore on the planet. You survived in the resistance. They call you from the British Fashion Council 2.0 to re-create the fashion industry. What would you do?

We are all just canvases for our scars, a conversation with Jude Ferrari

We are all just canvases for our scars, a conversation with Jude Ferrari

Welcome to the world of Jude Ferrari, the CSM graduate from Paris who amazed the front row with her designs during the BA show. We talked with her about humans, the future of fashion design and superpowers. Her new collection expresses the positivistic side of an upside down world where happiness left scars and how the adventure of her dad influenced it. “Being unique starts by being different” and Jude Ferrari’s designs are indeed unique and a wonderful discovery.