I think there are two types of people. The ones who believe that life is a series of connected events. The others, who believe that life is about repeatable, sometimes disjointed transitions with unspecific time lapses in between them. I guess... I am the latter. Like in fashion, life seems to be about the in and outs, the up and downs, the not memorable and the epic, the always re-visitable comfort zones and the ones we seem unable to let go of (Yes, we all have one of those dirty vices admit it). But sometimes, and only sometimes, there is an extra, normally brief moment between transitions when you actually realize that there is in fact something odd, maybe bizarre or maybe simply inexplicable...something is in fact changing...or at least changing US... like a collection that just struck us so deeply that it actually turned us into changing our entire wardrobe. If life were to be a stage, a runway (for those who are most peculiar about the scenography),then the most memorable performances should be those brief transitions, not necessarily life-changing epiphanies, but just brief moments rebirths...creative rebirths. Maybe it is time for one now...at least for some of us.
After this whole overdose on somewhat all-over-the-place-symbolism I just gave you, here I leave you with some photos that kind of fitted this whole creative Renaissance concept. These photos were taken this past summer coming back from an art museum in Hamburg accompanied by two of my good friends from Fox Division, when we, and by "we" I mean "I", when "we" ran into some perfect "scenography" (since "we" or maybe are into that term now), and then "we" collectively, unanimously decided to jump in and take some photos, which of course means "I told them/forced them/bribed them to get their asses in the not-so-hygienic-not-so-snake-free scenography for the sake of art".
Have a lovely week you lovely creatures.
There is always time for a change. Stay changing...stay creating.
Wearing a sweater/dress from COS, grey socks from Club Monaco and pumps from Topshop. Knits and layers...Oh how I had missed you.
Photos taken in Hamburg and New York