RUNWAY / Y Project SS18

Lovin the theatricals down under ! I just love shoes that are too out there, too extra, too much. Most especially if it embodies an unthinkable profile like the last photo. The convoluted pattern which is almost akin to a brain or intestine creates a movement and shape that is truly remarkable.Actually , this somehow reminded me to watch a video of the runway now so I could see how it moves. I was also reminded of Rick Owens 2009-ish collection wherein a more audacious shoe designs were presented. I miss the Avant Garde days. 


SHOES / Building block

Maison Boots / Wittner

Because basic and simple can be nice sometimes.


TRAVEL / Summer in Whistler

How wonderful life is when you're in the world


OUTFIT / Home et Femme

Fashion androgyny used to have that dark emblem to it. The profile often shadowy, amplified by drapes and hard-edgedness akin to Grace Jones yet now when I read androgyny and see it on collection, there is an apparent shift into gentleness. A very intriguing gynic aesthetic that could often be mistaken to cross-dressing. I love what Alessandro Michelle and Demna Gvasalia is doing right now. It's a revolution trickling down and soon enough, it will be palpated and seen more. So what's next on Androgyny? I would love to see In-Your-Face-Avant-Garde , the kind which the new Helmut Lang had just presented in NY Fashion Week. The way Hood By Air create and toy their clothes but with more deftness like Celine. Well , ther's JW Anderson too but we need more. I want more.


RUNWAY / Ann Demeulemeester SS18

I shall  never ever get tired of Ann Demeulemeester's poignant interpretation of looks and pieces. 


OUTFIT / City Boy

Belt/ Off-White
/ Ceinture boots Balenciaga
skirt pants / ASOS
shirt / C O S