Side-by-Side Photos Shows Fashion is Inspired by Nature.
Bianca Luini documents fashion inspiration in her titled blog Where I See Fashion (WISF). She creates side-by-side comparisons of avant-garde ensembles with the sources that have undoubtedly influenced them. Luini explains, “I was doing image research for a uni[versity] project, when by chance I saw two pictures near each other and I suddenly noticed they were related somehow. Since then I couldn’t stop noticing similarities in other pictures all over the Internet, so I decided to organize them by pairing them.” WISF began in 2013 and continues today, with 377 matches made.
Details at Gucci Spring 2017 | Jellyfish
Details at Giambattista Valli Haute Couture Spring 2017 | Pastel pink Iris
Details at Atelier Versace Fall 2016 | Genevieve’s Wave (detail) by MATTHEW CUSICK, 2014, inlaid maps on panel
Details at Francesco Scognamiglio Fall 2015 | Sunset in the desert
Picture by Clive Arrowsmith, 1970 | Tall Bearded Iris (Iris Let It Rain)
Details at Thierry Mugler Spring 2013 | Agate (series) by Paul Juno
Details at Chloé Spring 2010 | Rough Sea series (photo detail) by Giovanni Allievi
Details at Gucci Spring 2016 | Split Leaf Philodendron
Maison Margiela Haute Couture Fall 2014 | Irises (detail) by Vincent van Gogh
Valentino Pre-Fall 2015 | Solar System painting by unknown
Marchesa Spring 2017 | CONTROLLED BURNS (series) by Kevin Cooley
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All images and captions via Bianca Luini.