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Posted on March 22, 2010

well, since i didn’t make it to tonight’s Barbara Bui show, i feel i should do at least a small post for her, so here are two leather embroidered  jackets from her summer collection, as i wore them for my appointment tonight and at Vogue Hellas last party readmylips reports for Filep Motwary

für Ariane

Posted on March 21, 2010

illustration by tina berning today’s the world poetry day and i really feel like sharing this small poem which i love, printed in a cart-postal for the same occasion in 2003 you can find it in its original language here chris & carla ft.tindersticks- take me and it will be just like spring in california

Nan Goldin in Athens

Posted on March 20, 2010

yesterday at Rebecca Kamhi gallery: her majesty Nan Goldin i got to meet her in person, choose the outfit for her portrait, talk a little about clothes and her friend Rick (Owens that is), see the exhibition while it was being set up  and a shooting that should take a couple of hours took us five. what a persona. here shot by photographer Sylvia Diamantopoulou nan goldin was one of the first to do what is known as ‘intimacy photography’: she wasn’t looking for a theme to shoot, her life has always been the theme: autobiographical moments, friends, boyfriends, drug use, new-wave music scene, love, genre, sexuality. the current exhibition at Rebbeca Kamhi gallery, which also includes a slide-show of her work on the…

The wooden beacons

Posted on March 18, 2010

“The wooden beacons” is an installation by Architect Matteo Thun and Consuel Castiglioni of Fashion House Marni: a talking point about life cycle rhythm. A process of managing the entire life cycle of a product from its conception, through design and manufacture. Α dialogue between two creative worlds: architecture and fashion. Hardware and software. The mix of raw and soft elements as a demonstration of life cycle management. Interni Think Tank as a part of the FuoriSalone 2010 is the ideal platform to convey this idea. Matteo Thun: “There is nothing that grows old faster than the new” Marni: “Unexpected Juxtaposing” The installation is composed of three “hardware” parts interacting with the “software”. Wood as Matteo Thun’s favorite material in architecture and design becomes a…