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Backstage at Maison Martin Margiela SS/13
Photography by. Marie-Amelie Tondu

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There are two types of creators in the world. One type of creator works with objects - a poet, a painter, they work with objects, they create things. The other type of creator, the mystic, creates himself. He doesn’t work with objects, he works with the subject; he works on himself, his own being. And he is the real creator, the real poet, because he makes himself into a masterpiece.
Osho


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Genius Minds Set of 3 Vol.1:
Jean Michel Basquiat

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Ikko Narahara - Domains. Garden of Silence, No. 52, Hakodate, Hokkaido 1958

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Hussein Chalayan Spring/Summer 1998 
Photographed by. Camille Vivier for Purple Fashion No. 1, Summer 1998


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Meet Your Favorite Designer Set of 6 Vol.1:

Yohji Yamamoto born October 3, 1943. Yamamoto is an award winning and influential Japanese fashion designer based in Tokyo and Paris. He is considered to be a master tailor. Yamamoto graduated from Keio University with a degree in law in 1966. His further studies in fashion design at Bunka Fashion College led to a degree in 1969.

Yamamoto debuted in Paris in 1981. Yamamoto said of his designs, “‘I think that my men’s clothes look as good on women as my women’s clothing […] When I started designing, I wanted to make men’s clothes for women.” More recently he has expounded: “When I started making clothes for my line Y’s in 1977, all I wanted was for women to wear men’s clothes. I jumped on the idea of designing coats for women. It meant something to me – the idea of a coat guarding and hiding a woman’s body. I wanted to protect the woman’s body from something maybe from men’s eyes or a cold wind.”

Yamamoto is known for an avant-garde spirit in his clothing, frequently creating designs far removed from current trends. His signature oversized silhouettes in black often feature drapery in varying textures.

Photo I & II: Portrait by Filep Motwary

Photo III: Photo by Paolo Roversi