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History of Art student at UPenn.

Writer for The Style Con and BITE; Editorial Director for The WALK.


what website?

http://www.alwaysastrology.com/birth-chart-calculator.html

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i really wish i could read these -__-

I have no permanent/working knowledge of them so I just punch in my numbers every once and a while

my sun and mercury signs will never be right, but the rest is pretty #true

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modelsandstuff:

Helmut Lang SS 2004

modelsandstuff:

Helmut Lang SS 2004

I was so close to escaping this damn fire drill!

shamecore:

reichsstadt we have a dorter!!!

OMG

shamecore:

reichsstadt we have a dorter!!!

OMG

cotonblanc:


Radical KnitwearMartin Margiela, autumn/winter 1999–2000. Wrapped shetland woollen dress made from two pieces of knitted fabric, one shaped. This concept reflects the simplest form of body-covering used from ancient times. The pieces are knitted ‘garment blanks’ with a traditional rib for the welt, but used in a direct manner instead of being cut and sewn into a classic shape. Margiela interrupts the knitwear production process at a very early stage.

Knitwear in Fashion by Sandy Black

cotonblanc:

Radical Knitwear
Martin Margiela, autumn/winter 1999–2000. Wrapped shetland woollen dress made from two pieces of knitted fabric, one shaped. This concept reflects the simplest form of body-covering used from ancient times. The pieces are knitted ‘garment blanks’ with a traditional rib for the welt, but used in a direct manner instead of being cut and sewn into a classic shape. Margiela interrupts the knitwear production process at a very early stage.

Knitwear in Fashion by Sandy Black

Anonymous asks: what are you looking forward to for fashion week?

I like the New York collections, generally. 

I’m excited to see what Altuzarra produces this season. He’s had an almost unbroken string of quality collections, and he’s probably my favorite designer in New York, if not my favorite of all the major cities. 

I want to see the sporty trend sent to its grave. In others words, I don’t want to see it.

I like to see pivotal things in New York—nice, compelling ideas with a long shelf life. I think New York is a great testing grounds and it has some advantages over Paris and Milan; it’d be wrong to summarily dismiss the week as a series of repetitions and regurgitations. So, I want to see designers exploit that. 

I’m looking forward to some other collections, too. Marc Jacobs, Ralph Lauren, Proenza Schouler (one of my favorites, for sure), Alexander Wang (fun to watch, I guess), Organic by John Patrick and some others.

Should I go to this Woody’s pregame?

(no)

Indian Butter Chicken, by Way of Australia - NYTimes.com

Do you think mosquitoes are racist?

Every part of “Try Again” by Aaliyah is flawless except for Timbaland’s prolonged introduction