You usually want to be in sync with your partner. If X2 is in the mood for colors, I'll join him.
For starters, there is indulgence in imaginings of Risto Bimbiloski's upcoming designs for Spring 2010, where most will focus on prints of "beautiful, dangerous, and random phenomena" (a.k.a. volcanoes, storms, etc.).
It seems to me that them kaleidoscopic photos and digi-print thingies (of the jungle, metal, cement, galaxies and what-have-yah) on fabric will get even bigger next season.
And because Bimbiloski becomes more threateningly fierce as we speak, we may want to get acquainted (if you haven't) with his F/W 2009 collection. I'm digging his stuff, really.
No pressure, but in the future, I hope he lives up to expectations, because I'm really rooting for him. (True, even if I'm not a fan of Vuitton whom he does knitwear for.)
I want that jacket up here on the right side - eagle eyes, eagle eyes, eagle eyes - and in the below pic is an amazingly gorgeous dress. How so stunning.
Talk about stunning! Look at Leigh Lezark's thingy for Brit mag Tatler.
(I like her blond. I like her raven-haired.)
Leigh Lezark is my fave hipster ever. Did I mention that she's unstoppable in some cartoon-printed Versace number?
About cartoons, I got hit by the "Up" bug as well. It's a brilliant flick that's even more brilliant in 3D. And because its impression on me is not wearing off overnight, I would like to take this opportunity to post a couple of my most favorite CD covers from almost 3 years ago:
1. Best Fwends "Alphabetically Arranged"
2. Architecture in Helsinki "Places Like This"
Oh gawd this is a long post. LOL.
Posted by X1.
Image Sources: Style, Risto Bimbiloski, The Misshapes, CD Universe, Moshi Moshi
Let's put some color in our humdrum mostly monochrome existence, children's storybook style! Just something I stumbled upon online. Must be because I saw Up in 3D yesterday (by the way, it was amazing) or whatevs. Kinda reminds me of Marcus Oakley though.
Click to enlarge!
Photos by Dallas Clayton and www.veryawesomeworld.com/awesomebook/inside.html
I lack the appetite for most things Fall/Winter of this year. Helmut Lang's and some of Rag&Bone's Resort 2010 collections have tickled my desire though. But it's truly IMITATION OF CHRIST that I crave - too bad now, it's gone extinct for years.
No, we don't follow trends.
IMITATION OF CHRIST S/S 2004
IMITATION OF CHRIST F/W 2004 IMITATION OF CHRIST S/S 2005
Pseudo-artistic agents' general and ironic interpretation and appreciation of certain pursuits based on an innate attraction to the subculture and a constant struggle to be in harmony with the majority. Etchos!