Refugee Crisis

1. DSquared2 Spring/Summer 2010
2. Prada Spring/Summer 2017

Let's go somewhere, let's look around and take home some souvenirs. Let's colonize taste. Good taste and bad taste. Let's go shopping collections from the past, archived, reeditioned, re-contextualized.


A Question Of Taste

1. DSquared2 Fall/Winter 2008
2. Delmas Howe Apollo And Hermes, 1990
3. DSquared2 Fall/Winter 2008
4. Delmas Howe The Persecution of an Esthese: Sebastian And Diocletian, 1990
5. DSquared2 Fall/Winter 2008
6. Delmas Howe The Return Of Ulysses, 1990

When Louis Vuitton reveals a Jeff Koons collaboration that is targeting the tacky but highly regarded, it becomes manifest that fashion and art, high and low, like to mingle and more, see also: Pretty Woman. By the way, I wear DSquared these days.


Confessions Without A Dancefloor

Balenciaga Fall/Winter 2017

Admittedly, I crave it all. Well, not the sportswear. But the suits, the open shirts, and the god-forbidden shopping bags. Raf replaced by Demna when he is not himself but playing Cristóbal.


Painted Cinema (2D)

1. Patrick Angus I Get Weak, 1991
2. Marlene Dumas 10 Inch, 1999

Just your regular Tuesday night entertainment.


Fashion Charts XXVII

or 'Something like a Fall/Winter 2017 menswear trend report'

1. Executive Surrealness

2. Warzone Clean-up Commando

3. Post-Gay Resurrection

4. Afterwork Aferlife

One word that sprung to my mind was 'Dystopia'. Yet, it was fearless. Of proportions, colours, patterns. It wasn't dystopian, it was utopian. It was sexy (while womenswear was hanging in drab brown executive un-realness check).