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Oct 21

howtobeafuckinglady:

Thierry Mugler Fall/Winter 1999 Haute Couture

howtobeafuckinglady:

Thierry Mugler Fall/Winter 1999 Haute Couture

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untitled-1991:

yann stofer leopold duchemin novembre magazine

untitled-1991:

yann stofer leopold duchemin novembre magazine

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qoax:

candyPOP by Charlotte Rutherford

qoax:

candyPOP by Charlotte Rutherford

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Oct 20

lmage:

Krizia Robustella Spring Summer 2015

lmage:

Krizia Robustella Spring Summer 2015

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somethingvain:

shu pei by jason kibbler for vogue russia april 2013

somethingvain:

shu pei by jason kibbler for vogue russia april 2013

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thom browne s/s ‘11


thom browne s/s ‘11

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cotonblanc:


Bless
Photography Mark Borthwick
Heiss, who hails from Paris, graduated  from the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. The Berlin-based Kaag studied fashion at the University of Arts and Design in Hannover. The two met by chance when, at a design competition in Paris, they discovered that their work had been displayed next to one another’s. A friendship ensued. Then a company. Since then the products they have created under the burgeoning Bless umbrella have included “cut-and-try” recycled racoon fur wigs (designer Martin Margiela commissioned Heiss and Kaag to make a set of these for one of his own collections), packages of disposable t-shirts, boot socks, customisable footwear with New Balance or Charles Jourdan soles, material make-up (scraps of paper, leather, and fabric made applicable by a thin elastic band and sold with a suggestive how-to Polaroid), and a series of bags that, depending on which body part you choose to put through which hole, can be manipulated into a variety of useful items of clothing—pants, skirts, tops—or simply carried as, yes, bags.

Visionaire’s Fashion 2001: Designers of the New Avant-Garde by Stephen Gan

cotonblanc:

Bless

Photography Mark Borthwick

Heiss, who hails from Paris, graduated  from the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. The Berlin-based Kaag studied fashion at the University of Arts and Design in Hannover. The two met by chance when, at a design competition in Paris, they discovered that their work had been displayed next to one another’s. A friendship ensued. Then a company. Since then the products they have created under the burgeoning Bless umbrella have included “cut-and-try” recycled racoon fur wigs (designer Martin Margiela commissioned Heiss and Kaag to make a set of these for one of his own collections), packages of disposable t-shirts, boot socks, customisable footwear with New Balance or Charles Jourdan soles, material make-up (scraps of paper, leather, and fabric made applicable by a thin elastic band and sold with a suggestive how-to Polaroid), and a series of bags that, depending on which body part you choose to put through which hole, can be manipulated into a variety of useful items of clothing—pants, skirts, tops—or simply carried as, yes, bags.

Visionaire’s Fashion 2001: Designers of the New Avant-Garde by Stephen Gan

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senyahearts:

Xiao Wen Ju in “Can You Feel My Love Buzz?” for i-D Magazine, Fall 2014
Photographed by: Angelo Pennetta

senyahearts:

Xiao Wen Ju in “Can You Feel My Love Buzz?” for i-D Magazine, Fall 2014

Photographed by: Angelo Pennetta

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