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Появился инстаграм, где кутюрные платья сравнивают с дикой природой

Появился инстаграм, где кутюрные платья сравнивают с дикой природой

Мода глазами энтомолога

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"Отец забрал у меня Vogue, вместо этого я читаю энциклопедию",  говорится в описании профиля @fashion.biologique. Инстаграм-аккаунт публикует фотографии платьев из последних коллекций, напоминающие грибы, насекомых или растения из дикой природы.

Рюши Alexander McQueen, например, похожи на "гриб-улитку", а платье Iris Van Herpen повторяет текстуру коронавируса. Иногда они похожи настолько, что кажется, будто все дизайнеры окончили факультет биологии перед тем, как уйти в моду.

Об авторе аккаунта пока ничего не известно  но в биологии он действительно разбирается. В описании к каждому посту он рассказывает об особенностях биологического вида, с которым сравнивает одежду. "Розовый барит больше похож на рюши, чем на минералы. Это чудо геологии собирается в волновую матрицу и является результатом отложений горячих, богатых барием источников",  описывает автор платье японского дизайнера Кеи Ниномиа.

По предварительным оценкам, на нашей планете живет от 5 до 10 миллионов разных видов. Неисчерпаемый источник вдохновения.

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The captivating underside of the Oyster Mushroom is truly forest ‘high fashion.’ This fungi features decurrent gills, which means the deep ridges are attached to the stem and run most of the way down it. The gills generally grow at a slight wavy curve, but smaller caps lower on the stem cluster can be very ruffled, as seen here. . Oyster mushrooms are a saprotroph, which means they help to decompose woody material. This is why you find them on dead or dying trees in the forest. And even if you don’t have a taste for them, you can still appreciate their delicate beauty. Because who doesn’t love a little frill? . . Designer: @alexandermcqueen / @chad.dot . . . . . . . . . . #runwayshow #fashionweek #parisfashionweek #pfw #fashioninspiration #fashioninspo #fashionweek2020 #biomimicry #artmeetsscience #lookalike #runwaydetails #alexandermcqueen #oystermushrooms

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With so much talk of COVID-19, I thought it might be helpful to understand how viruses actually work. I’ll start with the differences between bacterial and viral infections for context. . Bacteria are single-celled microorganisms that multiply by splitting in half (some can double their numbers every 20 minutes.) As they multiply, an infection occurs in the area where the bacteria colony lives. . . Viruses are even smaller than bacteria and require a host to survive. But when they enter your body, they don’t multiply by splitting. Instead they invade some of your cells and turn them into virus-replicating machines. . . There are some key differences with viral infections that can pose challenges: . 1. Unlike bacterial infections that are usually limited to one area of the body (like an ear infection or strep throat), viral infections tend to spread more easily and affect more of the body. . 2. Viruses can be harder to treat than bacteria because viruses are dependent upon their host cells. To kill to the virus, you must target the host cell (and this can often be lethal to the human.) . . So, either a) an anti-viral drug needs to be created to “inhibit” the virus from multiplying by targeting something like a protein unique to it; or b) scientists must create a vaccine to give people immunity to the virus. But both take a lot of time to develop and test for use on large populations of people. . . But despite their differences, bacteria and viruses are both highly susceptible to good hygiene like proper hand washing and hand sanitizer. So, even after this awful Corina virus runs its course, please continue to wash up often! . . . Designer: @irisvanherpen PASEIKA at Getty Images . . . . . . #runwayshow #fashionweek #parisfashionweek #pfw #fashioninspiration #fashioninspo #fashionweek2020 #biomimicry #artmeetsscience #lookalike #runwaydetails #virus

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The Lychee Shield Bug Nymph uses a combination of bold coloring and stink glands to discourage potential predators. They prefer to settle on trees during the day, and devour plants at night. When threatened, they will spray defensive liquid at perceived attackers and will clutch the leaf they’re standing on for dear life. So don’t try picking one up. You’ll regret it. (They squirt a strong jet of caustic liquid up to a distance of 27 cm, or 11 inches.) . . Designer: @marykatrantzou / Ades at Steemkr.com . . . . . . #runwayshow #fashionweek #parisfashionweek #pfw #fashioninspiration #fashioninspo #fashionweek2020 #biomimicry #artmeetsscience #lookalike #runwaydetails #entomology #stinkbug #shieldbug

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The Lychee Shield Bug Nymph uses a combination of bold coloring and stink glands to discourage potential predators. They prefer to settle on trees during the day, and devour plants at night. When threatened, they will spray defensive liquid at perceived attackers and will clutch the leaf they’re standing on for dear life. So don’t try picking one up. You’ll regret it. (They squirt a strong jet of caustic liquid up to a distance of 27 cm, or 11 inches.) . . Designer: @marykatrantzou / Ades at Steemkr.com . . . . . . #runwayshow #fashionweek #parisfashionweek #pfw #fashioninspiration #fashioninspo #fashionweek2020 #biomimicry #artmeetsscience #lookalike #runwaydetails #entomology #stinkbug #shieldbug

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