visual-me:

Freja Beha Erichsen by Paolo Roversi for Vogue Italia November 2007
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velvetrunway:

Alexander McQueen AW 2005 
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Maison Martin Margiela S/S 2012
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Paco Rabanne SS14 styled by Emilie Kareh & photographed by Max Farago for POP Magazine
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florencetetier:

Camille Vivier and Georgia Pendlebury for Novembre issue 8
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in2ro:

the-front-row:

Finale at Vivienne Westwood spring/summer 2012 


lol dream wedding
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commedesplay:

[TUMBLR PICTURE] Photo #STREET #ART http://ift.tt/XLvndC
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katisque:

Thom Browne Beauty SS14
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i-love-aesthetics:

wearing / athletic
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horreure:

KEUPR/van BENTM, 1997
Caught in colour
Caught in Colour was our first collaboration. Initially conceived for a dutch design competition, that required a ‘full range collection’, with the restriction to only present 3 outfits. We started off with writing a manifesto. To challenge the jury, and to challenge ourselves. At the time, 1997, the heyday of 1990s minimalism, we wanted to find a way to break free from preconceived ‘good taste’. We wanted to explore what would happen if concept would take over function, design would take over wearability, and last but not least, what would happen if we would go crazy with colour. To free one self from one’s habits, and convictions of ‘good taste’ (after all we were trained at ArtEZ Arnhem, known at the time for dutch conceptualism) proved not that easy. One of the tricks we used to invite risk and randomness into our design process, was mutual designing. We would sit opposite of each other, set an alarm, and switch our sketches every 5 minutes, and continue drawing. 
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vroomheid:

Angelo Figus, 1999
The Italian designer Angelo Figus graduates from the fashion department at the Antwerp Academy in 1999. A few months later he shows his graduation collection, a men’s collection, during the Haute Couture week in Paris. In 2000 he launches a women’s collection which he shows in Paris. Angelo Figus’s work is conceptual and dreamy. Typical are the ingenious drapes, the unusual shapes and volumes. In 2003 he is responsible for the GenovanversaeviceversA exhibition at the MoMu, as part of Europalia Italy.
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Opaque  by  andbamnan