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Aug 25, 2014
@ 8:19 am
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mariomendez74:

Rei Kawakubo | Yohji Yamamoto: Rock Stars

mariomendez74:

Rei Kawakubo | Yohji Yamamoto: Rock Stars


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Aug 25, 2014
@ 8:13 am
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monsieurcouture:

Yohji Yamamoto F/W 2006 Menswear

Beautiful.
Don’t believe I missed getting this coat :(.

monsieurcouture:

Yohji Yamamoto F/W 2006 Menswear

Beautiful.

Don’t believe I missed getting this coat :(.


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Aug 24, 2014
@ 8:03 am
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itwonlast:

Travel by Yuichi Yokoyama

itwonlast:

Travel by Yuichi Yokoyama


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Aug 24, 2014
@ 8:02 am
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(…) The scientists demonstrated that the act of remembering changes our memories. (…) A memory is only as real as the last time you remembered it. The more you remember something, the less accurate the memory becomes. The larger moral of the experiment is that memory is a ceaseless process, not a repository of inert information. It shows us that every time we remember anything, the neuronal structure of the memory is delicately transformed, or reconsolidated.

Jonah Lehrer, Memory is Fiction, The Frontal Cortex, June 4, 2010 (via aminotes) (via itwonlast)


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Aug 23, 2014
@ 7:56 pm
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confessionalaesthete:

Jane Austen Used Pins to Edit Her Abandoned Manuscript, “The Watsons”

confessionalaesthete:

Jane Austen Used Pins to Edit Her Abandoned Manuscript, “The Watsons”

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Aug 23, 2014
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The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 (2011) dir.Göran Olsson
“This whole, kind of, falling in love with black things for a short period of time is essentially racist. It still is hypothesized on a great sense of separateness and a sense of treating black activities as a kind of curiosity; either benign or threatening, one or the other. When it’s threatening, ‘Oh my god, they’re going to riot or something’. And if it’s benign, ‘Let’s let them paint or draw or sing or dance, whatever they want to do. Until we, the white community, get tired of it’ and that whole structure, is essentially racist.”

The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 (2011) dir.Göran Olsson

“This whole, kind of, falling in love with black things for a short period of time is essentially racist. It still is hypothesized on a great sense of separateness and a sense of treating black activities as a kind of curiosity; either benign or threatening, one or the other. When it’s threatening, ‘Oh my god, they’re going to riot or something’. And if it’s benign, ‘Let’s let them paint or draw or sing or dance, whatever they want to do. Until we, the white community, get tired of it’ and that whole structure, is essentially racist.”

(Source: king-trashmouth, via calyx)


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Aug 23, 2014
@ 7:38 pm
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carangi:

Rei Kawakubo

carangi:

Rei Kawakubo

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Aug 23, 2014
@ 7:37 pm
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untitledblogproject:

Yohji Yamamoto A/W 2014

untitledblogproject:

Yohji Yamamoto A/W 2014

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Aug 17, 2014
@ 1:40 pm
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wildsidefashion:

august sander
“Twenty years ago, when I was young, I used to wish I could draw time….I like used clothes, things that are old and worn. It [August Sanders’s photographic portrait of interwar Germany] conveyed my ideal of clothing because people didn’t ‘consume’ these garments, they might spend their entire lives in them….that’s what life’s about. Real clothes, not fashion. What makes a coat truly beautiful is that you’re so cold you can’t live without it. It’s like a friend, or member of the family. And I’m terribly envious of that.” Yohji Yamamoto, Carnet de notes sur vêtements et villes (“Notebook on Cities and Clothing,” 1989 - dir. Wim Wenders)

wildsidefashion:

august sander

Twenty years ago, when I was young, I used to wish I could draw time….I like used clothes, things that are old and worn. It [August Sanders’s photographic portrait of interwar Germany] conveyed my ideal of clothing because people didn’t ‘consume’ these garments, they might spend their entire lives in them….that’s what life’s about. Real clothes, not fashion. What makes a coat truly beautiful is that you’re so cold you can’t live without it. It’s like a friend, or member of the family. And I’m terribly envious of that.” Yohji Yamamoto, Carnet de notes sur vêtements et villes (“Notebook on Cities and Clothing,” 1989 - dir. Wim Wenders)


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Aug 17, 2014
@ 1:37 pm
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