Jul 30
ankosv:

comme des garçons fall winter 1996/97

ankosv:

comme des garçons fall winter 1996/97

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photographed by Arnaud Lajeunie for Exception Men S/S 2014

photographed by Arnaud Lajeunie for Exception Men S/S 2014


coutugh:

Hussein Chalayan F/W 2000 ‘Afterwords’

"The theme of travel appears repeatedly in Chalayan’s collections, with numerous abstractions, including life as a journey (process) between birth and death, the journey from A to B as a symbol of modern life, modern technology and flexibility, but also migration and exile, and the process of self-alienation and self-finding — also through clothing. His collection Afterwords (Autumn/Winter 2000/2001), made in collaboration with the product designer Paul Topen, examined the issue of multifunctionality and the mobility of mankind. Furniture metamorphosed into clothing, in the sense of context crossovers. Chalayan’s aesthetic vision was to completely integrate clothing into space. Clothing and space were to be merged into one, forming a single unit. Step by step, a living room with four upholstered chairs and a low, round table constructed from a series of wooden hoops inserted into each other was transformed into clothing by five models. The reversible armchair covers could be removed and put on as dresses. These dresses were designed to include many pockets (openings) so that possessions such as pictures and vases could also be carried along. Personal, social and political identity was retained as a result. The wooden chairs could also be dismantled and assembled into suitcases. One model removed a round lid at the centre of the table, climbed in and pulled out the table into a hoop skirt; the table legs could be folded away using a simple mechanism. The room disappeared into the the models’ bodies, becoming a part of their wardrobe that could be carried away with them. It was Chalayan’s idea to make the everyday objects that mean a lot to people transportable; in this way, people could take their familiar surroundings with them wherever they want.”

Text from ‘When Clothes Become Fashion: Design and Innovation Systems' by Ingrid Loschek

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Jul 29

theoxandthesnake:

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Isabella Blow one of the greats

"It didn’t look ridiculous in the least, and there are few people who can pull such a look off without looking like they fell in the fresh fish counter at Whole Foods."

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Yves Saint Laurent A/W 2000-01 fittings, photographed by Steven Klein.

Yves Saint Laurent A/W 2000-01 fittings, photographed by Steven Klein.

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tickle-ickle-nick:

gosmoke:

Benjamin Jarvis | ph. Thomas Cooksey

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tickle-ickle-nick:

gosmoke:

Benjamin Jarvis | ph. Thomas Cooksey

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Jul 28

mvmnm:

Xavier Dolan in Candy Magazine 2013

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mariacarlabosscono:

"Floating Dreams," photographed by Laura-Marie Cieplik for ODDA Magazine April 2014

mariacarlabosscono:

"Floating Dreams," photographed by Laura-Marie Cieplik for ODDA Magazine April 2014


twentysixdimensions:

Fei Fei Sun & Sui He in British Vogue - Orient Excess by Mario Testino

twentysixdimensions:

Fei Fei Sun & Sui He in British Vogue - Orient Excess by Mario Testino

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jaefu:

Siki Im Fall/Winter 2014 Backstage

jaefu:

Siki Im Fall/Winter 2014 Backstage

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Jul 27
stormtrooperfashion:

Alyona Subbotina in “A Surrealist’s Dream” by An Le for Harper’s Bazaar Vietnam, July 2014
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stormtrooperfashion:

Alyona Subbotina in “A Surrealist’s Dream” by An Le for Harper’s Bazaar Vietnam, July 2014

See more from this set here.

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justdropithere:

Jed Texas by Olgac Bozalp - L’Officiel Hommes Turkey

justdropithere:

Jed Texas by Olgac Bozalp - L’Officiel Hommes Turkey

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whatisajanis:

photographed by Matin Zad

whatisajanis:

photographed by Matin Zad