Boubacar Doumbia for Habitat.
Bogolan is a handmade cotton fabric from Mali, traditionally dyed with fermented mud. These are by designer Boubacar Doumbia. (afrikani)
Stills from Issey Miyake Moves, 2002.
Nadege du Bospertus by Hiromasa, “Vestes, Redingotes Le Grand Role”, L’Officiel France (1989)
TATA Communications, Mumbai (May 2014)
1950s interior. Geffrye Museum, London.
Polka dot trousers adapted from a 70’s draft. Flat front kick flare with cross pockets, S&B fastening, extension band and 1.5” PTU
I was the shadow of the waxwing slain
By the false azure in the window pane
Though there is no dead wildlife, an interior design section (a.k.a. lifestyle porn) nor literary genius on this blog, there are summer ‘air ties' - try at your own risk - cotton and linen - much easier and safer things - GQ fashion spreads from January 1989 with nebulose titles (via)
Marc Riboud, París (1953)