When it comes to fashion, it is far from futuristic. Rightfully, it need not be, but that’s not what sci-fi novels and movies have thought us. Truth be told, we don’t even have a clear concept of what constitutes to futuristic fashion. Perhaps, a dress that displays tweets, or one that, for some reasons, turn more and more transparent when mobile data is collected, qualifies as fashion of the future? Whatever it is, we bet these Lighted LED lashes will be more than fitting for the future and the good news for all fashion futurists, the future is now. Continue reading Flashing LED Eyelashes Are A Thing Because, Why Not?
While you can’t get naked everywhere, your feet actually can. No, wait. Actually you can’t, not because the society frowns upon it, but your feet will likely suffer from cuts, unpleasant painful sensation if you stepped on pointy debris, and that’s not to mention potential bacteria waiting to jump on any open wound on your soles. Not exactly a barefoot experience anyone has hoped for. But that changes with Nakefit Hypoallergenic Adhesive Pad. As the product name suggests, Nakefit is a hypoallergenic pad, a very thin one actually, that you stick to your soles, so you’d get the sensation of roaming around barefooted without having to worry about hot pavements (or sands), potential skin-punctuating pointy objects, and nasty water-borne bacteria or fungi. Continue reading Nakefit Lets You Walk Barefooted Without The Risk Of Cutting Your Feet
Human’s feet are pretty awesome and they are what they are today because we are extremely apt bipedal creatures, but if, for some reasons, you fancy having furry animals’ feet, well then, Sublimated Paw Crew Socks are what you need. Why? I don’t know. Maybe, it will satisfy your secret desire to have animal feet without the need to go under the knife to have, say, fido’s feet? Not that it is even possible medically today, but you get the idea. Continue reading These Socks Will Make Your Feet Look Like Paws And Yes, They Are Weird
How is it that men can go bare chested in public areas like beaches and pools, and ladies can’t? Beats me. Perhaps, it was a moral behavior handed down by our forebears. Whatever the case maybe, ladies who love to bare it all will have suck it up, or you could live out your cloth-less dream with the Sexy Chest One-piece Swimsuit from Beloved Shirts. Well, at least you can when you are out at the beach or swimming pool since it is a swimsuit. Continue reading Hairy Chest Print One-piece Swimsuit For Ladies Who Like To Bare It All
Remember the Nike Air Mag self-lacing sneakers introduced last year? Apparently, a pair was put on the block recently by Heritage Auctions in a sale called The Future is Now which saw this pair of high-tech sneakers closes at a whopping $52,500, setting the world record for a collectible sneaker at public auction. The recent 2016 Air Mags sale smashes the previous record by a good $20,000. The 2016 Nike Air Mag, designated Lot #77121, is listed as size 11 and comes in its original box with signed numbered plate, display and charging accessories, plus a Deadstock Plate signed by Tinker Hatfield, one of the Nike architect who made self-lacing shoe a reality. Continue reading Nike Air Mag Self-Lacing Sneakers Sold For A World Record $52,500!
Fashion is both a beautiful and strange subject. It is also as brilliant as it is impatience. Take for example, we love the distressed look jeans, but obviously, we can’t wait five decades for them to be as worn as we may have loved. Neither would we want to slog in a mine hundreds of feet below ground to get them to be worn and torn, and so, the brilliant minds in the fashion industry gave us pre-worn, and even hole-ridden denim, so we can get the look right out-of-the-box. Brilliant? Possibly. But this desire to accelerate natural process can, well, get out of hand sometimes and transcend to the realm of craziness. Like, remember, the muddied jeans? Continue reading Gucci’s $1,250 Dirty White Sneakers: Has Fashion Really Gone Bonkers?
If you have a collection of Hermès scarves that are already looking ‘old’? Well, don’t cast them away, because Hermès now offers luxury laundromat services, called Hermès Pop-up Service, that promised to rejuvenate those ‘old’ scarves, making them look as good as new. And mind you, these aren’t ordinary washers. Each washer features a “three expert colour-reviving wash cycles” (denim blue, bright red or fuchsia) which, after 48 hours of the HermèsMatic dip-dye treatment, your freshly rejuvenated scarves will be presented to you folded and wrapped in brown paper package. The best part about this service is, it is free. I know, it is hard to believe, but it is indeed free and part of the Parisian fashion label’s effort for sustainable fashion. Continue reading Hermès Laundromat Promised To Rejuvenate Your Old Hermès Scarves
If rompers for growth-ass men did not manage to make you throw up your hands in the air and question the reality in 2017, then I am very sure this one will: lace shorts for men. Arghhh… this is not happening, is it? Unfortunately, it is, and it is safe to say that Lace Me Up Shorts by Hologram City sets a new benchmark of quirkiness in men’s wear 2017. Now, we challenge anyone to take on LA-based Hologram City to make our jaws drop even further than the solid ground. Lace Me Up Shorts is exactly what it says it is: shorts that pretty much leaves little to imagination. Continue reading Even After RompHim, Lace Shorts For Men Still Leaves Us Speechless
Rain drives some to desperation, or should we say, it drives some sneakers lovers to desperation. Rain means wet ground, puddles of water and worst, mud – all which are enemies of sneakers lovers. They will ruin a perfectly pristine kicks and so, rain is pretty much the worst in the eyes of shoes fanatics. So, what do you do when the rain comes pouring down? Simple. Remove the shoes and stuff them inside your bag, or you could wrap your feet with grocery bags. Either way it will work to keep your favorite footwear out of harms’ way. If those don’t work for you because barefoot is a really, really stupid idea and plastic bags are not only ugly but also potentially slippery, then perhaps Dry Steppers is what have been missing from your shoes-centric life. Continue reading Dry Steppers Is Like Raincoat For Shoes, Keeps Your Kicks Dry When It Rains
Usually we refrain from posting stuff of questionable origin or stuff that we can’t get hold of the origin. This pigeon shoes here, however, has weirdness through the roof and therefore, we are compelled to share it with you guys. Apparently, this pair of life-like pigeon heels are the handiwork of Japanese shoemaker Kyoto Ohata and it is so freaking real that it may very well leave a bad taste in animal rights activists. The shoes are, of course, not made of real pigeons. Rest assure that taxidermy is not involved here; that will be gross. They are actually made by fairly regular felt materials and metal parts that are NOT harvest from any avian creature. Continue reading Realistic Pigeon Shoes Freak Out The Internet, But Not The Pigeons