Ines De Peuter investigates the relationship between the self and its context by creating garments that adapt to the concrete jungle.
Moving together with the fast pace of the city and being constantly on the go, personal space becomes scarce.
‘Bodybuildings’ is a movie forecast that inspires streetwear to soften the hardness of the city.
The garments filter the stimuli of the city by using big volumes that increase the border between the body and its environment. Hoods wrap themselves around the head to isolate the noise, while a surface of grids is adopting the language of the cityscape, forming a guard to block the cities aggression.
The World of WearableArt (WOW) Awards Competition is an internationally renowned design competition that attracts entries from over 40 countries each year. Anything that is #wearable art can find a place on the stage, as long as it is original, innovative and well executed.
For three weeks every year, WOW showcases the best of these creations in a spectacular show that takes over New Zealand’s vibrant capital city of Wellington in an explosion of creativity. This year 60,000 people will see the show.
Recording Artist Will Powers re-releases her rare music video. There is no other album like Will Powers Dancing for Mental Health. With the support of such legendary musicians like Sting, Steve Winwood, Nile Rogers, Todd Rundgren, Carly Simon, to name a few, Will Powers brings you words and music that will not only make you smile, but make you realize what your smile can do for you.