The Untitled

"Beauty can come from the most strangest of places, even the most disgusting places"
witchesandslippersandhoods:

“Early on in his career, Martin Margiela deliberately avoided the limelight so as to allow his fashion to speak for itself… illustrated quite literally in this photograph from A/W 2001. It not only radically dismantles the politics of the celebrity cult but also attests to the House’s fascination with the vulgarity of stardom and the divaesque”

witchesandslippersandhoods:

“Early on in his career, Martin Margiela deliberately avoided the limelight so as to allow his fashion to speak for itself… illustrated quite literally in this photograph from A/W 2001. It not only radically dismantles the politics of the celebrity cult but also attests to the House’s fascination with the vulgarity of stardom and the divaesque”

(via mariacarlabosscono)

archive-club:

Rare 1985 Vogue Men advertisement for Rei Kawakubo’s Comme des Garçons Homme Plus line at Browns, London.  Photo by Arthur Elgort, thought to be at the corner of Crosby Street and Howard Street, SoHo, NYC - a location in Martin Scorsese’s film After Hours, 1985

archive-club:

Rare 1985 Vogue Men advertisement for Rei Kawakubo’s Comme des Garçons Homme Plus line at Browns, London.  Photo by Arthur Elgort, thought to be at the corner of Crosby Street and Howard Street, SoHo, NYC - a location in Martin Scorsese’s film After Hours, 1985

simulated:

Russian artist Petr Pavlensky, who sewed his mouth shut in protest against the Pussy Riot arrests

simulated:

Russian artist Petr Pavlensky, who sewed his mouth shut in protest against the Pussy Riot arrests

(Source: tundraburger)


I-D, The Glamour Issue May 1992
“Glamour is surface level and not an indicator of who you really are.”

I-D, The Glamour Issue May 1992

Glamour is surface level and not an indicator of who you really are.”

(via yohjilookbooklife)

fuckyeahcommedesgarcons:

COMME des GARÇONS A/W 2014: “MONSTER”

"Not the typical monster you find in sci-fi and video games. The monsters I have made have a much deeper meaning: the craziness of humanity, the fear we all have, the feeling of going beyond common sense, the absence of ordinariness, expressed by something big, by something that could be ugly or beautiful. In other words, I wanted to question the established standards of beauty."