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Not all of us are familiar with the science fiction and fantasy genre - many may think this arena is reserved for geeks and totally irrelevant to the fashion industry, but especially with the stunning pieces by Alexander Mcqueen, showcased in the "Hunger Games" wardrobe, the two realms have been colliding more than anyone could have predicted. Many designers have been inspired by science fiction masterpieces, from "Dune" to "Bladerunner," and it's hard to peel your eyes away from the incredible construction and overall aesthetic of these otherworldly pieces.
It's a well-known fact that January is by far the most depressing month of the year. Some have even gone as far as dubbing the third Monday of the month as "Blue Monday." Luckily, there are a number of events going on around the world in the next few weeks to help distract you from those inevitable blues, and we can't think of a better way to cure winter depression than to get up and go. From the happenings at Sundance and Paris Fashion Week to the annual DLD (Digital-Life-Design) conference, there's something for everyone, no matter where your interests lie. So, click through for the full breakdown of where in the world you should be right now. If you can't manage to get away, then make sure you're living vicariously through our events coverage. More»
Atelier Versace kicked off the Spring '13 Paris Couture Fashion Show yesterday. In the last 24 hours, high-fashion designers, including Chanel, and Raf Simons' Dior, sent their most intricate, opulent dresses down the runway. Click through to see some of our favorite Instagrams from the collections so far!
Bloggers have been drooling as the couturiers in Paris have been showing off their latest avant-garde visions this week. From Givenchy's punk rocker gowns, to Elie Saab's fairy tale dresses, to Chanel's flight attendant-spiration, and more, check out the haute highlights of Paris Haute Couture 2012. More»
Thursday, May 23
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.