Im not sure if it's the perfect light in the piccs, the raw mix of neon/black or the sick accessories that makes em pop out of the screen. I do know one thing though, that they are fuckin raaad!!
From the latest issue of 160g, Nothing Is Written.
Directed by: Nicolas Valois.
Styling: Rene Gloor.
"Fabric is everything. Often I tell my pattern makers, 'Just listen to the material. What is it going to say? Just wait the material will probably teach you something'." -Yohji, A/W 1996.
"This is my idea for a woman's body. I like the curve of a woman's back. I always watch her silhouette in the streets" -Yohji, in homage to Pina Bausch, S/S 1992.
I went to Yohji Yamamoto's exhibition today at Victoria & albert. It was interesting to see all of that history from one of our biggest fashion-designers gathered in one small room. You were able to read magazines/books and watch most of his fashionshows + listen to his very own music.
No pictures in the exhibition-room though, these are some pictures of pieces that they put out abit randomly around the museum.
Pictures and Video from StyleLikeU.
If I could have 1 wardrobe in the whole wide world it would probably be Andrew Mukamal or maybe maybe Panos Yiapanis. Anyway all of his clothing is amazing and his accessories is to-die-for, look at the rings and bracelets, dear god.
Stole it from China Le.
Old news maybe, yet so fuckin beautiful!
Strange, the more i watch it the better it gets...
Spring is closing in, (even though the temperature is shiftin up/down all the time in Sweden, from -25 a few days ago to todays remperature +2).
Anyway this Monday will set a start for the springbloggin and im startin with some inspiring piccs from 160 Magazine February issue, photographed by Antonella Arismendi with model Luciano Rivarola. Hopefully getting up todays outift to!
This can only be described with one simple word: Amazing!
I never really get stuck on campaign pictures, but this one in specific from Alexander McQueen, seems i cant get it out of my head...
Model: Bex Fleetwood.
Style: Jay Massacret.
Photography: Chad Pitman.