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Dazed & Confused
"Perfection is ugly, I want to see scars, failure, disorder, distortion." ()

Rei Kawakubo 1st statement, backstage. Comme des Garçons autumn—winter 2001—02, at the Royal Athenaeum Antwerp, 26 May 2001.

First presentation of the Comme des Garçons Autumn-Winter 2001-2 collection at the Royal Athenaeum, Antwep.

The Rei Kawakubo project consists of five presentations: from 26 May to 29 September this fashion designer is showing several interpretations of her Autumn-Winter 2001-2 collection.

The presentations take place at the following locations: the Royal Athenaeum (26 May), the Royal Museum of Fine Art (22 June), the church of St Augustine (27 July), the Commodity Exchange (24 August) and the Winter Garden at the Antwerp  Zoo (29 September).

Of the five statements, the one in the Commodity Exchange at 9 p.m. on 24 August, is open to the public. Because of the limited space, admission to the other four venues is by invation only. 

All the statements are being filmed and shown throughout the project at the 2WOMEN exhibition.

"I like it when something is off, not perfect."
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by 이병우
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Interface (무)작위
Ray of light 빛의 살

"When you are used to the kind of life—of never getting anything you want—you stop knowing what it is you want."

山本耀司 特集 

넌 이별 난 아직
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<SNAP> A Man, Tokyo, Japan, 2014

yohji yamamoto f/w 2010

"One heart is not connected to another through harmony alone. They are, instead, linked deeply through their wounds. Pain linked to pain, fragility to fragility. There is no silence without a cry of grief, no forgiveness without bloodshed, no acceptance without a passage through acute loss. That is what lies at the root of true harmony."

ReFusing Fashion: Rei Kawakubo Exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art in Detroit.

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Wake me up when it’s yohji’s and rei’s turn to fashion ok

Issey Miyake production process

Papier de Bonbon (crumpling and pressing technique), spring/ summer collection 1992

scan from Making Things

White stretch ‘pom-pom’ dresses by Shao-Yen Chen.