Madison in the East village
wearing ann demeulemeester garbage, and liking it: new on madisonstephens.com
On love potions and Elena Dawson, on madisonstephens.com
Kawakubo & Yamamoto
"Real Talk // On Cringe-Inducing Hype, Sartorial Sincerity, and Radioactive Cyborgs" —> throwing shade on Alexander Wang and his gang, questioning your/my/our collective sartorial authenticity, on madisonstephens.com
Cinderella collage vibes for Cherevichkiotvichki's crocodile derbies: a sale season PSA on madisonstephens.com, c/o LN-CC.
"Look Ma, No Bra," an essay on losing the brassiere/my sense of propriety, new on the blog.
COMME DES GARÇONS X MATRYOSHKA DOLL
Rei Kawakubo experimented with dimensions for her A/W12 collection. The models on the catwalk looked like cut-out-of-paper, one dimensional dolls that were given life. A similar game of dimensions can be seen in the traditional eastern european Matryoshkas, where one pops out of the other. Mark Segal’s editorial for Vogue Nippon is in juxtaposition with a Hungarian wooden doll and suddenly similarities can be drawn between the two.
Stella Tennant wearing Martin Margiela by Mark Borthwick
TWO WOMEN: REI KAWAKUBO
Comme des Garçons
Mode 2001 Landed-Geland, Flanders Fashion Institute
curator walter van beirendonck
- Yohji Yamamoto
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