Nature lovers owing to their habit love nature. They don’t spare time in looking after and nurturing the nature from the root to the tip. Now imagine wearing nature-toned designer dresses. It’s nothing short of a designer inspiration.
Ever heard of the Russian artist Liliya Hudyakova’s photo series titled “Fashion and Nature”? The most interesting thing about it is that her designed outfits reflect nature and natural views, giving an impression that the nature was the prime inspiration behind the outfits designed. The dresses look so awesome and convincing that it looks a piece or cut out from the nature.
It goes without saying that these nature-inspired designer dresses are true renditions of art. And it’s true. What better way to get enthused by nature? After all, we all live in a beautiful world which we are yet to take notice of. Imagine watching the stars or the sunset or going to a lovely place. All these can brighten you up with positive vibes. It’s such a pity that despite living in big and space-cramped cities we are so occupied with work and our everyday tasks that we tend to overlook the beauty and various facets of nature that surround us. Thankfully, courtesy the Russian artist Liliya Hudyakova, we can turn to nature for ramp designs.
We all know that owing to rain, wind and mud, nature ends up spoiling our spectacular dresses. But Liliya has proved it otherwise in her series “Fashion & Nature”. In the “1 + 1” project of hers, she combines dresses with the grandness of nature. In fact, such is the mode of inspiration for the designer that the resemblance is strange yet awesome.
Carolina Herrera Fall 2015 RTW & Rice Field of Yunnan, China by Isabelle Chauvel
Elie Saab S/S 2015 & Oceanscape Photography
Elie Saab F/W 2014/15 & Pink Lake, Australia
Giambattista Valli F/W 2014/15 & Wisteria
Elie Saab S/S 2014 & Sunset
Monique Lhuillier S/S 2014 & Fire In The Sky in California by Aydin Palabiyikoglu
Gosia Baczynska S/S 2014 & Beautiful Fields
Comme des Garçons F/W 2013/14 & Autumn Leaves
Christian Siriano S/S 2013 & Sandy Beach
Jason Wu S/S 2013 & Starry Night “Silhouettes” by Harry Finde
Jean Louis Sabaji S/S 2013 & Clouds
Yiqing Yin F/W 2012/13 & Sea surface
The Blonds F/W 2012 & Mountains
Elie Saab S/S 2012 & Tropical Beach
Stephane Rolland S/S 2012 & Valley of the Glaciers – Satellite Image Of Patagonia (Chile) By NASA
Alexander McQueen S/S 2012 & First Snow Fall In Minnesota, USA
Aquilano Rimondi S/S 2012 & Ocean Waves
Blanka Matragi S/S 2012 & Ocean
Emilio Pucci F/W 2011 & Rainy Mountains
Bottega Veneta S/S 2010 & Stormy Sky
Alexander McQueen S/S 2010 & Autumn Leaves
Gucci F 2004 & Green Field
Hope you have been enormously overwhelmed by Liliya’s nature-blessed thoughts on fabrics (if you were to compare the dresses on the left and the photographic equivalent of it on the right). Share this with your friends and family and show them how creativity can cross all imagination. Let us know how you found it too.