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MARBLE URNS, WORLD OF RICK OWENS, SELFRIDGES
Sep 27, 2014 / 55 notes

rickowensonline:

MARBLE URNS, WORLD OF RICK OWENS, SELFRIDGES

thekinsky:

#rickowens #ss15 #photofilepmotwary
Sep 26, 2014 / 15 notes

thekinsky:

#rickowens #ss15 #photofilepmotwary

24thofaugustosakajapan:

HORISAKI has just arrived
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Sep 26, 2014 / 55 notes

24thofaugustosakajapan:

HORISAKI has just arrived

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blackhallmanor:

Ann Demeulemeester store in Antwerp

Ann Demeulemeester’s store looks like an artist’s workshop: a raw open space with an unfinished feel. The result is unique and extremely personal. Ann wanted her first shop to look like her and to be an incursion in the own world. She designed the store with her husband and partner Patrick Robyn and asked the architect Paul Robbrecht to help with the realisation. The building is opposite the Museum of Fine Art and is located on the museum square, recently redesigned by Paul Robbrecht. 
The building accommodating the store was build at the end of the 19th century and is situated in an historical and now bohemian area called “Het Zuid”. The typical Antwerp architecture of the building and it’s opulent facade is in stark contrast with the poetic bareness created by Ann inside. Here, one can find the intimate atmosphere of her atelier. The furniture, the light, the music, as well as symbolic elements of her work such as a white feather and white canvas wrapping up the space like a second skin.600 Square meters are spread on two levels and linked by an impressive staircase. The floor is made of unpolished wood, high ceiling are painted black and the walls are covered with huge frames of canvas. the lighting is very simple and combines industrial neons, bare light-bulbs and hanging lamps wrapped in cotton gauze. All furnishings are Ann’s creation.5 oversized changing rooms are surrounding a small wild garden. In each room, a jug of water and a glass placed on a white table invite the customer to take time and enjoy this intimate moment. Elsewhere, white pigeons in a glass cage add to the poetry of the space. Higher up perched on the roof, a light watches night and day over Ann’s universe. All of Ann Demeulemeester’s collection will be available in the store: women- and menswear, shoes and accessories as well as furniture. 
Sep 19, 2014 / 470 notes

blackhallmanor:

Ann Demeulemeester store in Antwerp

Ann Demeulemeester’s store looks like an artist’s workshop: a raw open space with an unfinished feel. The result is unique and extremely personal. Ann wanted her first shop to look like her and to be an incursion in the own world. She designed the store with her husband and partner Patrick Robyn and asked the architect Paul Robbrecht to help with the realisation. The building is opposite the Museum of Fine Art and is located on the museum square, recently redesigned by Paul Robbrecht. 

The building accommodating the store was build at the end of the 19th century and is situated in an historical and now bohemian area called “Het Zuid”. The typical Antwerp architecture of the building and it’s opulent facade is in stark contrast with the poetic bareness created by Ann inside. Here, one can find the intimate atmosphere of her atelier. The furniture, the light, the music, as well as symbolic elements of her work such as a white feather and white canvas wrapping up the space like a second skin.
600 Square meters are spread on two levels and linked by an impressive staircase. The floor is made of unpolished wood, high ceiling are painted black and the walls are covered with huge frames of canvas. the lighting is very simple and combines industrial neons, bare light-bulbs and hanging lamps wrapped in cotton gauze. All furnishings are Ann’s creation.

5 oversized changing rooms are surrounding a small wild garden. In each room, a jug of water and a glass placed on a white table invite the customer to take time and enjoy this intimate moment. Elsewhere, white pigeons in a glass cage add to the poetry of the space. Higher up perched on the roof, a light watches night and day over Ann’s universe. All of Ann Demeulemeester’s collection will be available in the store: women- and menswear, shoes and accessories as well as furniture. 

portermoto:

Luigi Pirandello, Diana e la Tuda, 1926
Sep 16, 2014 / 4,302 notes

portermoto:

Luigi Pirandello, Diana e la Tuda, 1926

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rickowensonline:

LEATHER BOXES
Sep 9, 2014 / 100 notes

rickowensonline:

LEATHER BOXES

24thofaugustosakajapan:

GUIDI 14AW  SHIPPING FOR WORLDWIDE Free shipping for every purchase over 30,000 yenhttp://www.24aug.jp/shop/index.php?dispatch=categories.view&category_id=278
Sep 8, 2014 / 216 notes

24thofaugustosakajapan:

GUIDI 14AW
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Sep 3, 2014 / 58 notes

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