There’s something quite sacred about the word exhibit,
I very much owe this post to the many who have repeatedly questioned my blog, but more specifically 'what is the purpose?'
Perhaps Bouchra Jarrar and Alber Elbaz are really day and night, and only time will tell.
‘Modernity of its past’ is a motto Loewe has recently embraced.
To leap days and springtime.
And of all things millennial.
And during a period where more is precisely more, Burberry has stepped its foot to mark a new step right on time.
And on that note, success really does not come in the form of closed minds.
Ask, and you shall receive.
Which is why when you meet a person with genuine passion, you will realise it
Indeed, fashion is in a weird state of mind and time.
Society has a very good way of stereotyping, classifying and impounding people into strict definitions.
I've always thought working in fashion requires some degree of sanity.
Tokyo is a place of independence - the way of life here stresses, irregularly, on convenience and functionality.
A cultural movement that challenged conventions, preconceptions and the status quo.
Seagulls over Eagles. Matching tracksuits with palm trees, dolphins and mermaids. Life's a beach.
2 years and 2 days down the line and I've been thinking a lot about what the actual heck it's all about
The very many experiences I've had with fashion all surround one very idea - relatibility.
The Dior Homme is ever-changing, ever-evolving. New wave, new man.
Beat the forecast before it beats you.