“The pursuit of normality is the ultimate sacrifice of potential.”

Faith Jegede (via psych-facts)


Dsquared SS15

Kuragari keikoku @AICHI (by ogino.taro)


by Quevillon

untitled by ● w a n d e r e r ● on Flickr.

Nathan Cyprys

Comme des garçons, 1979
The museum’s exhibition committee, a group of artists, art historians, collectors and curators, took a fine art approach to the organization, seeing the exhibition as an installation, and a Gesamtkunstwerk, or total work of art: all the pieces together revealing the whole. To understand the work, you need to see, sense and witness its majestic variety and uncompromising originality — a dress with four arm holes in 1979; a jacket with the back cut up then tied together in 1988; a jacket with four sleeves: two regular, two kimono from 2003; garments sewn, tied, wrapped, pinned and assembled from others; seams frayed turning inside out, holes made and found, fabrics invented, pop art flowers, motorcycle jackets shaped like baseball gloves, capes with the geometry of an Amish quilt or Navajo blanket and a bride so contemporary that the decorations on her gown are printed images not made of actual fabric, but reproducible histories.
ReFusing Fashion: Rei Kawakubo
Install Theme