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6AM Waking ups.

6AM Waking ups.

NOOO! #MONIIN #BADNEWS 

NOOO! #MONIIN #BADNEWS 

No More Mondays.✋

No More Mondays.✋

Current Mood.

Current Mood.

Tilda as muse for Eternity Dress

Eternity Dress, a fifty-one-minute performance starring Tilda Swinton, sponsored by Chloé, and staged at the École des Beaux-Arts 19th of November as part of the city’s fall festival, had been sold out for months. In it, Olivier Saillard and Tilda Swinton explore the art of dressmaking, starting with lines and measurements (waist: 28 inches, and so forth) working up through flat patterns and the beginnings of a dress, which Swinton took a moment to sew on herself. As the dress took form, Swinton recited a litany of collar styles in French and released a world of emotion in the turn of a sleeve, finally draping herself in rich-hued chiffon and velvet unfurled from bolts lined up on the floor.

Ultimately, The Dress—a black sheath with long sleeves and an open back—was a stand-in for a century of fashion history, from Paul Poiret to Comme des Garçons. One of the show’s high points, as well as its biggest laugh, showed Swinton striking a series of emblematic poses for houses from Poiret to Yohji Yamamoto, by way of Chanel, Dior, Mugler, YSL, and Jean Paul Gaultier. Among a roomful of designers including Gaultier, Christian Lacroix, Bouchra Jarrar, Martine Sitbon, and Clare Waight Keller, Haider Ackermann was first on his feet for the ovation. “It’s absolutely a piece of my life,” said Waight Keller. “They’ve taken everyday materials like tape and chalk and elevated them to an art form about designing a dress from scratch. It’s about craft, measuring, and a considered approach. It’s poetry.”

“One of the things about Tilda is that she can do anything,” noted Saillard after the performance. “She’s not a ‘fashion girl,’ so she can be a sculpture, an actress, a woman, a man, she can be 18 or 75 years old. It was like we were in a bubble, and the experience gave us lots of new ideas. Fashion has to be surprising.”

At the small cocktail party held afterward at Lapérouse, Swinton added, “Olivier is a playmate. We work and play together and come up with crackers ideas for some other time—it’s wonderful to be able to play off of someone like that.” Asked whether she realizes that she would be any designer’s dream to work with, Swinton let loose a small bombshell: “Maybe it’s because I know nothing about fashion! 

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A Conversation On Cool. | CHARLOTTE RAMPLING BY HELMUT NEWTON. #geniustalk 

A Conversation On Cool. | CHARLOTTE RAMPLING BY HELMUT NEWTON. #geniustalk 

Easy.

from Takeyoshi TANUMA&#8217;s &#8220;Old Town Tokyo of Yesteryear&#8221; 1980 Photobook Sonorama #27&#160;+click more about &#171;&#171;&#160;

Easy.

from Takeyoshi TANUMA’s “Old Town Tokyo of Yesteryear” 1980 Photobook Sonorama #27 +click more about «« 

Perfect spot for lunch. 
+Picasso’s “Guernica” in Tokyo, Japan

Perfect spot for lunch. 

+Picasso’s “Guernica” in Tokyo, Japan

Late Night Studies.

"Submit to being called a neurotic. You belong to that splendid and pitiable family which is the salt of the earth." — Marcel Proust, Le Côté de Guermantes, trans. Moncrieff, Kilmartin & Enright

"…Sevgi arayan nevrotik kimse aslında çok az şey istemektedir; yani insanların kendisine şevkatli davranmalarını, öğüt vermelerini; onun kimsesiz, zararsız ve yalnız olduğunu, herkesi memnun etmek istediğini, kimsenin hislerini kırmak istemediğini anlamalarını ve takdir etmelerini beklemektedir. onun bütün gördüğü ve duyduğu budur. kendisinin duyarlılığının, birikmiş düşmanlıklarının, kesin isteklerinin kendi ilişkilerine ne derece müdahale ettiğini görememekte; başkaları üstünde yarattığı izlenimi ya da karşısındakilerin kendisine gösterdiği tepkiyi değerlendirememektedir."__Karen Horney

Happy Birthday Genius! #stanleykubrick

Happy Birthday Genius! #stanleykubrick

A Conversation On Cool. Veruschka! 

Conversation On Cool. Veruschka! 

"But I’ll add though that there is something at the bottom of every new human thought, every thought of genius, or even every earnest thought that springs up in any brain, which can never be communicated to others, even if one were to write volumes about it and were explaining one’s ideas for thirty-five years; there’s something left which cannot be induced to emerge from your brain, and remains with you for ever, and with it you will die, without communicating to anyone perhaps, the most important of your ideas."

— Fyodor Dostoyevsky, The Idiot

Grand dome of Hagia Sophia, in Constantinople, now Istanbul, 532-7. 
The grand dome of Hagia Sophia, with a diameter of over 101 ft and a height of 160 ft, signified the quintessence of Byzantine architecture, of which main building materials often involved only bricks and stones. It symbolizes the “infinity of the cosmos signified by the Holy Soul to which the church was dedicated” (via), or in other words, the door leading to heaven, hence the construction in favor of natural lights. The dome’s first collapse was in 558, but it was to be reconstructed in 562 to even a greater length. 

Grand dome of Hagia Sophia, in Constantinople, now Istanbul, 532-7. 

The grand dome of Hagia Sophia, with a diameter of over 101 ft and a height of 160 ft, signified the quintessence of Byzantine architecture, of which main building materials often involved only bricks and stones. It symbolizes the “infinity of the cosmos signified by the Holy Soul to which the church was dedicated” (via), or in other words, the door leading to heaven, hence the construction in favor of natural lights. The dome’s first collapse was in 558, but it was to be reconstructed in 562 to even a greater length. 

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