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Gareth Pugh Pitti 2011

Hello again!

Well Christmas is over and I’m back to the daily. It was/is always nice to be able to step away from it all for a few weeks - to totally lose touch with my online followings. 

But fashion week(s) is nearly upon us once again so let’s just get right back into with the latest from one of my favourites.  And nothing gets the fashion flowing quite like a video for Gareth Pugh.

What do you think of this one? It’s incredibly beautiful and awesomely inspiring, albeit mildly disturbing but it wouldn’t be Gareth Pugh otherwise, but is anyone else finding the visuals slightly repetitive?  Ruth Hogben does an amazing job there is no doubt, but with so much at their disposal (and such creative minds!) one might expect to see a little more variation in techniques, even concepts.  That being said, the parts that stood out were the ones in contrast to the dance-mirror-reverb-dance-mirror-parachute bits.  The fragility expressed in the hatch-ling like scene and in the water was captivating, even mesmerizing. It was a story, one that I had not yet been told.

So what do you think? Why so little novelty? Does it take away from beauty of it all?


Hello Darlings.

I apologize, it’s been far too long since I’ve written you. Shame on me, I’ve barely had time to love my bf I’ve been so wrapped up in school and my upcoming move. I suppose it’s a good sign; I’m attending a new school and am filled with all sorts of new inspiration. Of course it doesn’t hurt that I have Ms. Alexandra Suhner Isenberg to give me a swift kick in ass every time I think of taking the “safe” route. 

Schooling downtown  is incredible as well. Not only am I able to drop by Holt on my lunch breaks (which I do far too frequently - good thing I’m too broke to even consider purchasing), I’m steps away from beautiful Gastown.  I can’t believe how much of a difference that makes for me - the inspiration I feel being in a vibrant urban setting, all the people, all the energy,  is exponentially more nurturing  than the lifeless rural area that was Ai. 

To celebrate my good mood, I’d thought I’d share some beautiful photos with you! I hope you enjoy. The beautiful work is by artist (and model)  Sun Mi Ahn Fine.

I seem to having trouble with my photos. Let me know if the problem persists!