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Marc Jacobs Fall-Winter 2011 / Orange Caramel’s “Catallena”

POSTED: 1 month ago NOTES: 42 TAGS: #orange caramel
omgthatdress:

Yesterday I was not even remotely surprised to hear that yet another model has come forward with allegations of abuse from beloved celebrity photographer/ fashion institution, Terry Richardson.  (TW: Terry Richardson) I’ve lost count of the number of models who have said that Terry has sexually harassed them and acted inappropriately towards them.  He is a known predator who shows no sign of stopping his ways, this all on top of a photography “style” that relies on objectifying and degrading women.  His treatment of female models isn’t exactly new, and there have been plenty of calls for him to be stopped before.  We can sign a million change.org petitions, but Terry Richardson just won’t fucking die.
Here’s the problem: normal people like us just don’t hire big name fashion photographers.  We don’t have magazines to publish, ads to sell, or movies/singles to promote.  We simply aren’t the ones who keep him in business.  So, I propose instead of just making a fuss online, we put our money where our mouse is.  Terry does a spread in your magazine, we’re not gonna buy it.  Terry shoots your ad campaign, we’re not gonna buy it.  Terry directs your music video, we’re not gonna watch it.  I call for a boycott of anyone who hires Terry Richardson.  From now on, you hire him, we stop spending money on you.
This is gonna be hard, considering that a lot of our favorites out there work with Terry, including the queen Beyoncé.  We’re gonna have to skip issues of our favorite mags, miss out on concerts, turn off our favorite TV shows, and ignore things we would otherwise really, really, really want to take part of, all because someone involved agreed to work with Terry.  But this is the only way we the low-level consumers can stand up to this monster.
Spread the word.  Send letters, emails, tweets, write it on the fucking sidewalk with chalk, #NoMoreTerry.  

omgthatdress:

Yesterday I was not even remotely surprised to hear that yet another model has come forward with allegations of abuse from beloved celebrity photographer/ fashion institution, Terry Richardson.  (TW: Terry Richardson) I’ve lost count of the number of models who have said that Terry has sexually harassed them and acted inappropriately towards them.  He is a known predator who shows no sign of stopping his ways, this all on top of a photography “style” that relies on objectifying and degrading women.  His treatment of female models isn’t exactly new, and there have been plenty of calls for him to be stopped before.  We can sign a million change.org petitions, but Terry Richardson just won’t fucking die.

Here’s the problem: normal people like us just don’t hire big name fashion photographers.  We don’t have magazines to publish, ads to sell, or movies/singles to promote.  We simply aren’t the ones who keep him in business.  So, I propose instead of just making a fuss online, we put our money where our mouse is.  Terry does a spread in your magazine, we’re not gonna buy it.  Terry shoots your ad campaign, we’re not gonna buy it.  Terry directs your music video, we’re not gonna watch it.  I call for a boycott of anyone who hires Terry Richardson.  From now on, you hire him, we stop spending money on you.

This is gonna be hard, considering that a lot of our favorites out there work with Terry, including the queen Beyoncé.  We’re gonna have to skip issues of our favorite mags, miss out on concerts, turn off our favorite TV shows, and ignore things we would otherwise really, really, really want to take part of, all because someone involved agreed to work with Terry.  But this is the only way we the low-level consumers can stand up to this monster.

Spread the word.  Send letters, emails, tweets, write it on the fucking sidewalk with chalk, #NoMoreTerry.  

(via monstreux)

POSTED: 1 month ago NOTES: 4707 TAGS: #fashun #nomoreterry
"Away from the home country, living and woking in Paris, I looked at myself very hard and asked, ‘What could I do as a Japanese fashion designer?’ Then I realized that my very disadvantage, lack of Western heritage, would also be my advantage. I was free of Western tradition or convention. I thought, ‘I can try anything new. I cannot go back to my past because their is no past in me as far as Western clothing is concerned. There was no other way for me but to go forward.’ The lack of Western tradition was the very thing I needed to create contemporary and universal fashion. But as a japanese (person) I come from a heritage rich in tradition…I realized these two wonderful advantages I enjoy, and that was when I started to experiment creating a new genre of clothing, neither Western nor Japanese but beyond nationality. I hoped to create a new universal clothing which is challenging to our time."
— Issey Miyake, 1984

(Source: crystallizations)

POSTED: 1 month ago NOTES: 101 TAGS: #issey miyake

Jean-Charles De Castelbajac Fall/Winter 1999

Jean-Charles De Castelbajac Fall/Winter 1999

(Source: archivings)


"Art Factory"ㅣLee Hojung and Kim Jinkyung in Chanel Spring/Summer 2014, by Kim Bo Sung for Vogue Korea March 2014

pop art knit play!

"Art Factory"ㅣLee Hojung and Kim Jinkyung in Chanel Spring/Summer 2014, by Kim Bo Sung for Vogue Korea March 2014

pop art knit play!

Sweden Laundry : 목소리 (feat. Junggigo)

The urge to post anything and everything linked to a fashion event has become frenzied, hysterical and masturbatory.”

POSTED: 1 month ago NOTES: 8 TAGS: #mark c. o'flaherty
fashinpirate:


A theorist and a fashion house stroll into the same exhibition complex. They both see the same thing, but from wildly differing vantage points: One, a runway spectacle; the other, an extraordinary story regarding the intimacy of objects. The theorist is Walter Benjamin, and the fashion house is Chanel. What links them together is the Grand Palais.

Lost in Karl’s Supermaket. Natasha wrote a killer piece on architecture, commodity culture, Chanel and distractions. SO. GOOD. Check it out.

fashinpirate:

A theorist and a fashion house stroll into the same exhibition complex. They both see the same thing, but from wildly differing vantage points: One, a runway spectacle; the other, an extraordinary story regarding the intimacy of objects. The theorist is Walter Benjamin, and the fashion house is Chanel. What links them together is the Grand Palais.

Lost in Karl’s Supermaket. Natasha wrote a killer piece on architecture, commodity culture, Chanel and distractions. SO. GOOD. Check it out.

(Source: arabellesicardi)

POSTED: 1 month ago NOTES: 945 TAGS: #chanel #fashun #fall 2014
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kiko always

(Source: sea-of-ether, via fyeahkikomizuhara)

POSTED: 1 month ago NOTES: 625 TAGS: #kiko mizuhara

(Source: harinef, via aminaabramovic)

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