scandinaviancollectors:

ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE, Orchid, 1980. / Tomorrow Started

scandinaviancollectors:

ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE, Orchid, 1980. / Tomorrow Started

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ellen allien - flashy flashy (nicolas jaar remix)

theladybadass:

Grace Jones in Boomerang (1992)

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largecoin:

The only things I wanna hear is “heres some money” and/or “new bjork album”

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herculeanluxe:

tracksoot:

part 2

this is incredible and my fave, etc, etc, etc

bodyfluids:

Maria Borges in "À Flor Da Pele" for Vogue Portugal May 2014, photographed by Rui Aguiar

bodyfluids:

Maria Borges in "À Flor Da Pele" for Vogue Portugal May 2014, photographed by Rui Aguiar

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ep5d:

The Soloist blazer with AMI dress shirt.

ep5d:

The Soloist blazer with AMI dress shirt.

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Alek Wek at Lanvin Spring/Summer 2001

Alek Wek at Lanvin Spring/Summer 2001

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b22-design:

Paul Rudolph - Halstons’s Town House - NY - 1970 

b22-design:

Paul Rudolph - Halstons’s Town House - NY - 1970 

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A fitting in progress in Yohji Yamamoto’s workroom in Tokyo. Unknown year. 

A fitting in progress in Yohji Yamamoto’s workroom in Tokyo. Unknown year. 

In Fall/Winter 2002, the MoMu Gallery opened with “Ambimorphous” curated by Hussein Chalayan (also Artdirector of the N°C Magazine). With Ambimorphous, Chalayan explores the borderline of power and powerlessness, of real experiences and surreal perception.Curator: Hussein Chalayan“The aim of the project is to explore the shady territory between realism and surrealism, power and powerlessness. As an example I intend to examine the connections between Alice in Wonderland as a representation of a surreal entity, and war as a real life force. The surreal implications of macrocosmic and microcosmic scenarios in Alice in Wonderland where the objects around the central figure are larger or smaller have connotations of power and powerlessness in controllable or uncontrollable environments. The experience of modern -day war, anonymously violent, filtered, censored and almost recreated by the media does not remain a real life experience but becomes as surreal as Alice in Wonderland itself. The ultimate object is to demonstrate that man made theories of reality and our power over this reality can reverse, and that surreal situations themselves are a part of life and do not reamin as fragments of the imagination.”

In Fall/Winter 2002, the MoMu Gallery opened with “Ambimorphous” curated by Hussein Chalayan (also Artdirector of the N°C Magazine). With Ambimorphous, Chalayan explores the borderline of power and powerlessness, of real experiences and surreal perception.

Curator: Hussein Chalayan

“The aim of the project is to explore the shady territory between realism and surrealism, power and powerlessness. As an example I intend to examine the connections between Alice in Wonderland as a representation of a surreal entity, and war as a real life force. The surreal implications of macrocosmic and microcosmic scenarios in Alice in Wonderland where the objects around the central figure are larger or smaller have connotations of power and powerlessness in controllable or uncontrollable environments. The experience of modern -day war, anonymously violent, filtered, censored and almost recreated by the media does not remain a real life experience but becomes as surreal as Alice in Wonderland itself. The ultimate object is to demonstrate that man made theories of reality and our power over this reality can reverse, and that surreal situations themselves are a part of life and do not reamin as fragments of the imagination.”