Henrique Gendre POSTED ON DECEMBER/8/2011 I seem to recall seeing a fad for these curling feathers as masks for a bit...doesn't matter, it works beautifully. I'm trying to figure out why the semiotics of this picture say that the alien is sad for us puny mortals, and cannot help us in spite of their exalted privilege. Now that's sad.
Givenchy Hubert de Givenchy, one of the most talented and famous fashion designers of all time, relaxes before his show at the Waldorf Astoria's Ball Room in 1976. He's wearing a fitted polo shirt, some jeans, and what appears to be a scarf wrapped around his waist, classic and avantgard 70s style.
January 20, 2012 | New Fashion | by Louise Mills from Frogg | Paulina Bojór mixes a timeless earthiness with sculptor. She grew up in the Polish Peoples Republic and there she began by embellishing old clothes, experimenting with bright colours and the avant-garde. She’s now based in London and continues to build her label BOYOR, inspired by graphic patterns and much more.