She is the very essence of transformation.
Each layer of her skin shed represents conquered feats. A physical display of leaving behind weakness and fears while growing fresh armor to face what is to come.
The serpent biting its tail is also the symbol of infinity, reflecting the meaning of life: the cycle of <learning ---conquering ---continuing> our true purpose of human existence.
Filled with disruption and distortion, Yolo 4 Life Apparel creates a mesmerizing second collection that you don't want to miss. Get your first look here.
Photographer Román Gómez experiments with color and projection in his latest shoot, featuring Fernanda Velasco from Paragon Model Management and MX Models.
Shed your old skin and swallow it whole. Let the mental and physical healing take place. This is not just a dream; Let it slither all around you and transform into the positive change that will occur in your waking life.
Inspired by 'Surrender To A Stranger' by the band Soft Cell, Lu La Loop played with using restrictive space, distorted, playful poses and styling. Wigs are used to hide gender to create a strange environment that you somehow give into and soft but super bright lights with subtle tints for a lo-fi and slightly seedy vibe too.
Faced with her mortality after suffering a seizure that was believed to be caused a brain tumor, artist and photographer Freshie Juice began shooting her series, 'Pressed Flowers' as a way to preserve something within herself.
Inspired by personal experience and childhood nightmares, photographer Nadezhda Belova turns fear of death into a series of photographs featuring Artem Novikov.
Román and Dován Gómez add a touch of riot to traditionally conservative pieces in their latest genderfuck editorial, 'Sink The Pink', featuring Alejandro Rentería.
Pau Collado and Raymundo Montiel blur the lines between streetwear and business casual in their latest collaboration, featuring Barbara Marco.
Photographer Joshua Benmore captures the essence of neon late nights, self love and sexuality.
Fashion has often been declared as art that you can wear, but multi-media artist Mary Rosenberger takes that thought a bit further. This artist's canvas is quite literally the clothes on her back: no shoe, bag or skirt is safe from her impulsive creative process. LYTD plugged into Mary's brain to discover just where all this came from.