rhea137 via 130186 / posted on 27 September 2014

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Fendi Fall 2002

oh my god

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Fendi Fall 2002

oh my god

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rhea137 via orux / posted on 27 September 2014

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Glenn Gould, 1955

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Glenn Gould, 1955

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rhea137 via cotonblanc / posted on 27 September 2014

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Radical KnitwearHussein Chalayan, Scent of Tempest collection, autumn/winter 1997–1998. Chalayan’s somewhat provocative commentary on the contradiction between Islamic women’s dress and modern society was shown a year later in a collection featuring models dressed only in diminishing versions of the chador. This sweater with a slit mask was a forerunner, and created some controversy itself.

Knitwear in Fashion by Sandy Black

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Radical Knitwear
Hussein Chalayan, Scent of Tempest collection, autumn/winter 1997–1998. Chalayan’s somewhat provocative commentary on the contradiction between Islamic women’s dress and modern society was shown a year later in a collection featuring models dressed only in diminishing versions of the chador. This sweater with a slit mask was a forerunner, and created some controversy itself.

Knitwear in Fashion by Sandy Black

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rhea137 via cotonblanc / posted on 27 September 2014

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Artworks and Sculptural FormFreddie Robins, Fourway, 1997. One of Robin’s earliest mutant sweaters, Fourway has four sleeves even spaced around the body. In all Robins’ knit works, the plausibility of the familiar knitwear construction at first takes in the viewer, who then begins to question the image portrayed. In the same series are Noway, a sweater with completely enclosed head, and Headcase, two sweaters umbilically joined together. Humour and fear of deformity merge in the work.
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Knitwear in Fashion by Sandy Black

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Artworks and Sculptural Form
Freddie Robins, Fourway, 1997. One of Robin’s earliest mutant sweaters, Fourway has four sleeves even spaced around the body. In all Robins’ knit works, the plausibility of the familiar knitwear construction at first takes in the viewer, who then begins to question the image portrayed. In the same series are Noway, a sweater with completely enclosed head, and Headcase, two sweaters umbilically joined together. Humour and fear of deformity merge in the work.

http://www.freddierobins.com/

Knitwear in Fashion by Sandy Black

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rhea137 via cyberwave / posted on 27 September 2014

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rhea137 via aercus / posted on 27 September 2014


Eva Jiřičná | Knightsbridge Apartment | London (1993)

Eva Jiřičná | Knightsbridge Apartment | London (1993)

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rhea137 via newordre / posted on 27 September 2014


Fall 1997/ Winter 1998 for Mixte

Fall 1997/ Winter 1998 for Mixte

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rhea137 / posted on 27 September 2014

Be thankful for the ignorance of an aesthete

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rhea137 via aqqindex / posted on 27 September 2014

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Mies van der Rohe, Tugendhat House, 1928-1930

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Mies van der Rohe, Tugendhat House, 1928-1930

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rhea137 via aqqindex / posted on 27 September 2014

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Shiro Kuramata, Hamano Shoe Shop, Circa 1980

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Shiro Kuramata, Hamano Shoe Shop, Circa 1980

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rhea137 via Wired / posted on 25 September 2014

The Japanese Firm Selling Videogames to Women, Using Sex | At Tokyo Game Show, female attendees lined up to experience kabedon—-a situation popular in romance comics in which a man pins a woman against a wall (kabe) with a thud (don!). Ko Sasaki/WIRED | WIRED.com

The Japanese Firm Selling Videogames to Women, Using Sex | At Tokyo Game Show, female attendees lined up to experience kabedon—-a situation popular in romance comics in which a man pins a woman against a wall (kabe) with a thud (don!). Ko Sasaki/WIRED | WIRED.com

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rhea137 via inneroptics / posted on 25 September 2014

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Self Portrait of Robert Rauchenberg.

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Self Portrait of Robert Rauchenberg.

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rhea137 via cleancore / posted on 25 September 2014

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/ posted on 24 September 2014

“The most delicate thing, the most fastidious aesthetic judgment of the minutest detail—I refer to the indescribably subtle contours of one of those orange-colored clouds—is related to the universality of the vast firmament; its innermost aspects are expressed in color, and uniting with external aspects, they become the evening glow.

“In other words, evening glow is expression. And expression alone is the function of the evening glow.”

“In it, the slightest human shyness, joy, anger, displeasure is expressed on a heavenly scale. In this great operation the colors of human intestines, ordinarily invisible, are externalized and spread over the entire sky. The most subtle tenderness and gallantry are joined with Weltschmerz, and ultimately affliction is transformed into a short-lived orgy. The numerous bits of logic which people have so stubbornly cherished during the day are all drawn into the vast emotional explosion of the heavens and the spectacular release of passions, and people realize the futility of all systems. In other words, everything is expressed for at most ten or fifteen minutes and then it’s all over.

“The evening glow is swift and possesses the characteristics of flight. It constitutes perhaps the wings of the world. Like the wings of a hummingbird which change into rainbow colors as it flutters about sucking the honey from flowers, the world shows us a brief glimpse of its potentiality for soaring; all things in the evening glow fly rapturous and ecstatic . . . and then in the end fall to the ground and die.”


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