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Think Dresses, Think Nature!

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When we think of fashion, we don’t tend to think about nature but the Designers may have before your dress, skirt, trousers etc, were even born! They get inspiration from nature and all over the world. It’s not just fashion that is inspired by this, art and writers are too.

Russian artist Liliya Hudyakova has linked fashion dresses with nature and what she thinks inspired the Designer to create their gorgeous collection.

Elie Saab S/S 2014 & Beautiful Sunset

As you can see the lovely faded dye design on the dress is near enough identical to the sunset.

Marchesa F/W 2012 & Red Leaves House

This stunning red leaf dress seems to be similar to the house with the red leaves…

Bottega Veneta S/S 2010 & Stormy Night Sky

This dark mystery dress may have been influenced by the stormy dark sky

Jason Wu S/S 2013 & Starry Night “Silhouettes” by Harry Finde

I love this starry dress. Did the Designer think Silhouettes?

Gosia Baczynska S/S 2014 & Beautiful Fields of Nature

This gorgeous shimmering multi-colour dress may have been inspired by a beautiful field of nature?

Elie Saab S/S 2012 & Tropical Under Water Beach

When you look at this dress you think under water beach.

Elie Saab F/W 2014/15 & Pink Lake, Australia

Does this remind you of Pink Lake in Australia?

Yiqing Yin F/W 2012/13 & Ripples of sea surface

Straightaway I saw the ripples of the sea surface!

Giambattista Valli F/W 2014/15 & Wisteria

This is an easy one for majority of us! I see these blooming pea flowers every day!

Monique Lhuillier S/S 2014 & photo Fire In The Sky in California by Aydin Palabiyikoglu

Red sky at night!

Carolina Herrera Fall 2015 RTW & Rice Field of Yunnan, China by Isabelle Chauvel

This is a tricky one!

Blumarine S/S 2015 & Japanese Cherry Blossoms

Again, I see these Cherry Blossoms everywhere… great inspiration.

Elie Saab S/S 2015 & Blue Ocean

Thinking of the blue ocean when you look at this dress? I know I am.

Stephane Rolland S/S 2012 & Valley of the Glaciers – Satellite Image Of Patagonia (Chile) By NASA

This is an amazing dress!

Delpozo S/S 2015 & Frozen Icy Lake

I think icy and lake…

Alexander McQueen S/S 2012 & First Snow Fall In Minnesota, USA

Mix Autumn leaves with snow…

Gucci F 2004 & Grassy Green Field

I think of a swaying grass field

Comme des Garçons F/W 2013/14 & Autumn Colourful Leaves

This is art!

Christian Siriano S/S 2013 & Sandy Neutral Beach

Neutral and bare.

Alexander McQueen S/S 2010 & Autumn Brown Leaves

Autumn brown rusty colour leaves…

Aquilano Rimondi S/S 2012 & Ocean Silver Waves

When the light hits the waves, you see the silver shimmering tide!

Emilio Pucci F/W 2011 & Rainy Shimmer Mountains

Look at the spectacular colours…

The Blonds F/W 2012 & Steaming Mountains

Steaming mountains to a dress…

Jean Louis Sabaji S/S 2013 & Puffy Clouds

Look up on a puffy cloudy day and think of this dress.

Blanka Matragi S/S 2012 & Ocean Colours

Ocean colour dress

When you’re outside around nature, take a look around at the trees, the birds, animals, the sky and see if you can come up with your own ideas or even designs!

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http://www.boredpanda.com/fashion-nature-comparison-liliya-hudyakova/Fashion & Nature: Russian Artist Compares Famous Designers’ Dresses With Nature | Bored Panda The world of fashion often draws heavily upon the natural world to drive its creativity, and is precisely this link that Russian artist Liliya Hudyakova has such a good eye for. Her Fashion & Nature photo series pairs accomplished fashion designers’ dresses and other pieces with the natural views that she imagines might have inspired them.

The resulting juxtapositions draw an undeniable link between the clothing we see on the runway (or even wear) and the world that inspired it. Indeed, some of the oldest known pieces of decorative clothing and jewelry imitate or incorporate nature as well.

Click here to read the full original article.

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