POWER


Art History student at UPenn.

Writer for Bite Magazine, Managing Editor and Writer at The WALK


rnugler replied to your post:

what novel is this

It’s a collection of essays called Understanding Blackness through Performance: Contemporary Arts and the Representation of Identity 

arabellesicardi replied to your post: So New York was fun

chill w me next visit

Yes I must, I’ve missed you these last two times

nicolasgodsquiere replied to your post: So New York was fun

how long does it take from penn to nyc ???

2h by bus if they’re running well

1h20m by train

So New York was fun

Went with one of my Penn friends to see the BFA sculpture presentation at Pratt

Then I went to my friend’s friend’s apartment in Bed-Stuy where we smoked too many cigarettes and drank too much beer (those two are linked for me; one follows the other). Aside from those vices, there was a lot of fun conversation. I also purchased a pack of American Spirits which I regret. I then tried the greatest instant ramen ever released on the world, which I do not regret.

Then we went to my friend’s other friend’s apartment in Bushwick (read: Bushwick?!) and hanged out for a bit. I went to bed at around 3 for a brief hour long “nap,” since I had to be back in the city but 5:15. I woke up at 6:30, freaked, ordered an Uber ride, and bought a bus ticket on the way into the city. All in all, it was a good day trip and now I want to do it again. Since I’m running on those 3 hours of sleep, perhaps I’ll plan it more effectively next time.

bienenkiste:

"L’arcane Sans Nom". Photographed by Anna Alek for Papercut Magazine

bienenkiste:

"L’arcane Sans Nom". Photographed by Anna Alek for Papercut Magazine


photographed by Brett Lloyd for Modern Weekly China

photographed by Brett Lloyd for Modern Weekly China

(Source: sarabande)

This is a brilliantly directed Chanel commercial by Jean-Paul Goude.

Essentially, the women continually yell “ÉGOÏSTE” (“egotistical,” in English) out the window, which refers to a guy who has wronged them all. It’s very funny, in Goude’s genre of humour and play. Also, his quoting of classical music is totally postmodern in his way.

petrole:

issey miyake spring summer 1999

petrole:

issey miyake spring summer 1999

(Source: ankosv)

You can either continue doing costumes or you can just say, ‘Hey guess what? This will shock them even more. Doing nothing will shock them even more.’

FW09 tho
They’re neck and neck for me! I really love both so much. But I think Spring edges ahead because the collection just has everything, and it’s so faux effortless. Those clothes had metal in them to maintain the sort of sculptural form! There was just so much going on “behind the scenes” that I loved, and was ironic in consideration of the simplicity of it all.

This is my favorite Prada collection.

I need to collect myself after that kermit post

wow

ummmm