From DKNY's spring shoe collection. "This bootie is a totally unique hybrid of stiletto and activewear. The shoe features bungee detailing and an open mesh stitch, while the 110mm (4.3") heel really gives the wearer a lift." $275.
Talking Bellies Temporary Tattoos a kit of temporary tattoo face parts to make your tummy look like a face. "Mix and match mustaches, eyes, noses, and eyebrows to create six different faces. Just add water and apply and get ready for some gut-wrenching laughs!"
This unusual Ciaté Chalkboard Manicure kit features a black chalkboard base coat, a clear top coat, and four chalk pens that come in white, blue, green, and pink colors. Unfortunately, the kit does NOT come with a chalkboard eraser. A a chalkboard on nails.
ಠ_ಠ, otherwise known as the "look of disapproval," is a character sequence commonly used as a reaction emoticon to express one's disapproval or disbelief. The emoticon is most commonly used to express disapproval or disappointment, in similar vein to other expressions and reaction faces like "are you fucking serious?" and "are you kidding me?" among others. Available to buy on etsy.
The backpack was made by UD Replicas, which is known for creating bike leathers that are based from movie costumes. This backpack was in the latter two movies of Nolan’s trilogy, and, in real life, can fit a few water bottles or some small electronics, "can hold up to 4 individual 500mL water bottles, small articles of clothing or even electronic gadgets such as your smart phones or tablets. ".
This amazing optical illusion lip art is created by Swedish talented makeup artist Sandra Holmbom. A fews days ago, we posted a series of the artist's eye lip makeup. Both brings us a fresh breeze of fashion, as well as creative optical illusion. These may become a new makeup trend for women.
Can shoes communicate and connect the user's activity to web? Yes! The Adidas smart shoes, co-developed by art, copy & code, artist Zach Lieberman and interactive design studio YesYesNo, can communicate and connect the user's activity to web. Using an accelerometer, a gyroscope, bluetooth and other technologies, the 'talking shoes' translate sneaker movements into funny and motivating commentary - where speech can be posted to google+, being sent as real-time advertisement units. If the user chooses to, they can also broadcast the dialogue via on-board speakers.
Lasso is a pair of flat-packed slippers, which are made from one piece of wool-felt with a leather sole and laced in the colour of your choice. Just slip the colorful laces through the holes and you’ve got a pair of slippers. So easy!
Etsy seller Oonacat made these amazing Unicorn Boots. They are completely customizable, watch the video, awesome! That one is called the Demon Hooves and is featured in the video. Each one is “hand sculpted and cast urethane using professional grade materials only,” and you can provide your own set of boots if you’ve got one that you’re particularly attached to. Her asking price however includes the boot, and that’s one hefty asking price: $440.
Eric from CoreGeek made this TARDIS Fez, which was inspired by a pattern from Tally's Treasury, as a birthday gift for his daughter. The hat features all the coolness of 100 bow-ties and has an integrated LED lantern on top!
Lady Gaga's ballet "Lady Pointe" shoes were custom made for the video "Marry The Night" by Japanese designer Noritaka Tatehana. The 18 inch tall designs are the second highest pair of shoes the japanese artisan has crafted for gaga - merging the worlds of ballet, art and haute couture.
Oceanwings neoprene suit was developed by designer Guillaume Binard in collaboration with Frédérique directed by Jérôme Espla, showcasing the emotions and feelings associated with sub-aquatic activities. the analogy between aerial and aquatic flight illustrates this intense tri-dimensional feeling met by the underwater humans.
The BC Vest by Dakine doubles the ability with a hidden backpack. The ultralight vest features many pockets and enough size to keep your belongings. It can be an alternative to your backpack when you go trekking.
No longer will you be worried about how to tie a tie. The Zip Tie by California–based designer Josh Jakus zips seamlessly around the collar, giving your no-nonsense dress shirt a quirky focal point that doesn't take itself too seriously.