We first spotted Beyonce wearing her Cyber Glove at the MTV European music awards, securing her a tick for this season’s cyberpunk fashion trend. It looks like she simply can’t get enough of it, this time she seems to have decided to bring the glove to her photo shoot for Giant Magazine, and while usually I’m not her biggest fan they did a fantastic job…
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The world is in the midst of a financial crisis, a bleak dystopian future like that we saw in Blade Runner seems not to be out of the question. At least that’s what proponents of the cyberpunk fashion trend want you to believe. Lately we had Beyonce’s golden glove (more of C-3P0 than Pris) and Victoria Beckham in latex leggings. Now Rihanna joins the crew…
This will probably sound weird, but I’ve always been a sucker for movies and books that focus on bleak, dystopian futures where the boundaries of humanity are blurred, and the earth is on the edge of chaos and destruction. I thought perhaps there was something slightly wrong there, but turns out I’m not the only one after all. Cyberpunk influences have been infiltrating designer collections;…
Higher than your average boot and potentially twice as sexy, the over-the-knee style wins out again for 2013, giving you ample opportunity to turn your fall / winter 2013 wardrobe into a statement-making one. Of course, there’s lots that’s new about the on-trend styles for the season, this ever-evolving trend exploring new territories. To find out more, read on after the break.
Clean yet dark: two words that describe the Aram metal collar from Dannijo’s latest collection. Perfect as a perfect cyberpunk-cum-goth piece or even as a statement piece in line with the women’s tuxedo trend, the necklace is handmade in New York.
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If ever there was a collection to epitomise the future warrior as a 2010 fashion trend, this is it. Jean Paul Gaultier‘s Haute Couture collection seized on the likes of Montezuma and the Aztecs for inspiration, before turning to more cyborg style warrior plating.
Ten models, a dark dream, and a poison apple. Fashion’s obsession with all things Gothically dark and a little bit twisted is staying its course. Photographer Daniel Jackson shot this editorial for i-D Magazine in black and white, featuring many an outfit inspired by fetish fashion, including leather clothing and this wickedly studded corset which is like the one worn by Rihanna.
When we saw Rihanna leaving this hotel room in NY, we weren’t surprised to see her return to a favourite trend – accented shoulders. She wore a red hooded dress with shoulders covered in silver spikes and chains, the overall look being very cyberpunk mixed with fetish fashion. This time, the star also showed us exposed stayups and her post-breakup haircut.
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Ever wanted to know what happens when the cutaway trend is amalgamated with the jumpsuit trend? Look no further than someone who isn’t afraid of daring fashion – none other than Rihanna.
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