Instagram дня: блогер сравнивает образы с показов с животными и растениями

Instagram дня: блогер сравнивает образы с показов с животными и растениями

В описании @fashion.biologique написано: «Мой отец забрал мой Vogue, так что вместо него я читал энциклопедию». В аккаунте регулярно публикуют коллажи, сравнивающие модные образы с показов Alexander McQueen, Moschino, Marni и других брендов с насекомыми, рыбами, птицами и растениями! Причем в каждом посте рассказывают об особенностях того или иного животного, поэтому подписаться советуем еще и для общего развития (кто знает, когда тебе пригодится знание того факта, что пятнистый светлячок чаще прыгает, чем летает, несмотря на наличие крыльев).

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Biologists estimate that there are approximately 8.8 million species of animals with complex cell structures currently alive on Earth. So far, humankind has only cataloged 1.9 million species and entire biomes remain largely unknown to us. . . To illustrate this point, here is a photograph of a completely unknown genus of nudibranch mollusk photographed 1 mile beneath the surface of the ocean near Davidson seamount (which is an extinct underwater volcano just off the coast of Monterey, California). . . . . . . . . #aw20 #fw20 #biomimicry #runwayshow #fashionweek #fashionweek2020 #pfw2020 #parisfashionweek #pfw #givenchy #pfw20

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The male Bagworm Moth has plumose antennae with fine branches, which gives them a feathery appearance. Males transform from larvae into adult moths in four weeks to seek out females for mating. The female, who never leaves her cocoon, emits strong pheromones to catch his attention. But because she is unable to leave her casing, the male must mate with her through the open end at the back of the case. So much for romance. ? by David Weevers . . . . . #aw20 #fw20 #biomimicry #runwayshow #fashionweek #fashionweek2020 #milanfashionweek #mfw #mfw2020 #gucci

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The Helmet Jellyfish is transparent with a red-tinted jelly core. It lives most of its life in relative darkness, deep within the sea. They light themselves from within by means of bioluminescence, their flashes serving as a beacon to other Helmet Jellyfish looking to mate. At night, they leave the depths and swim up toward the surface to dine on plankton. And with a full stomach, they return back to the depths to carry on in darkness. . . . . . . . . . . #aw20 #fw20 #biomimicry #runwayshow #londonfashionweek #lfw #westminsterfashion #fashionstudent #fashionweek #fashionweek2020 #artmeetsfashion

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Источник: peopletalk.ru