Gareth Pugh's jacket from the 2011 fall/winter collection.  Now if only I can find it for sale...

Gareth Pugh - Geometric Panelled Leather Jacket Wouldn't wear it but I looks like something in final fantasy

Gareth Pugh: Black Leather Cage Jacket. This reminds me of an armadillo protective shell, but is this protection or imprisonment?

Gareth Pugh: Black Leather Cage Jacket Restriction - caged jacket and headpiece with exaggerated shape;

Narcisse Magazine "Those Without Shadows" desert fashion editorial, gold visor

Christoph Köstlin - those without Shadows // 07 // Namibia // Sossusvlei // desert editorial // fashion editorial // black skin // fashion model // african model // south africa // golden helmet

Futuristic Fashion, JEF MONTES -Postmodernism #reflective #glossy

shape of jacket-----Futuristic Fashion, JEF MONTES The wide shoulders and shape of the main body almost looks alien-like. The shine of the fabric gives off the reflection of the water from a swimming pool when light hits it.

future fashion, futuristic look, future style, man, jacket, man model by FuturisticNews.com

Photographer Karim Sadli teams up with model Jakub Nowocien for this remarkable Calvin Klein menswear retrospective.

Kind of out there, but we could go with a futuristic look - with amethyst instead of white.

CSF: Futuristic makeup

10 COOLEST Weird Rubik’s Cubes To Add To Your Games Collection (Mind Blowing!)

10 BOOK Furniture Design Pieces Every Bookworm Should Have

#futuristic #fashion lines,shapes,white,silver,texture hard

Lucy McRae Get ready to sweat roses with perfume in a pill. Self-professed “body architect” Lucy McRae marries technology and fashion, with a keen emphasis on our anatomy. Experimenting with body form.

Gareth Pugh *more of what everyone will be wearing in about 600 years. They call 'em "planetary cycles" after the Great Collapse. This is allowing for previous fashion trends to come full-circle many times over, of course.*

Fashion Futurism

Gareth Pugh *more of what everyone will be wearing in about 600 years. They call 'em "planetary cycles" after the Great Collapse. This is allowing for previous trends to come full-circle, of course.

(Photo: toesboo/Instagram ) It’s hard to choose just one thing that makes this tattoo so awesome: its multilayered, three-dimensional appearance; its resemblance to the drone-like  Borg on “Star Trek: The Next Generation”; or the fact it’s gotten the stamp of approval from one of the most famous artists

The Guy With the 3D Robot Tattoo: Futuristic Body Art

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