Writer for Bite Magazine, Senior Men's Fashion Editor at The WALK
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Such a gorgeous collection by Tomas Maier of Bottega Veneta. It was varied yet cohesive; I love the idea of the 60s, paired with the subtle hints of distress and wear. It is just so perfect. The tea-dyed skirts paired with quasi-minimalist tops and dark, mystifying lace dresses were such an unexpected yet winning presentation of expertise.
Maier consistently strikes a perfect balance; there is always something to wear, to the point where every sane individual practically yearns for his exquisite renditions; but, moreover, there is always a tempered conceptualization, meaning that there is a great basis of ideas from which Maier works, but they never become annoyingly overwhelming. He never allows the physical clothes themselves to be overpowered by the mental ideas.
And this was the last collection I did before leaving school
#I didn’t even finish painting it
The assignment was career wear, and I was assigned an Interior Decorator. My inspiration was the beach and desert in the winter. That’s where I got the color palette from. And as far as the shapes, I just did like a futurist done in the 70s/80s. So, like the original StarWars, even…..
Can I just have this. Catharsis. I mean. Can. I just. Oh my god.
I am developing an obsession with Hamish Bowles. Which issue of Vogue is this? June?
I find it so surprising that my elegant, popular photo has gleaned 560 notes during the months of its circulation. It means a lot to me. I think this is one of my favorite photos that I have ever posted.
Avedon + Twiggy Lawson