20171006

Martin Did It First? XVII

 
1. Aalto Spring/Summer 2018
2. Balenciaga Spring/Summer 2018
3. Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 1990

Q1: Why repeating what has already been done?
A1: Because there are no consequences.


4. Dolce & Gabbana Spring/Summer 2018
5. Balenciaga Spring/Summer 2018
6. Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 2012

Q2: What can money buy?
A2: Anything you can roll in.


7. Balenciaga Spring/Summer 2018
8. Filles A Papa Spring/Summer 2018
9. Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 2010

Q3: Who are you?
A3: I am 100% myself, just a better version of it.

When everything has been done, repeatedly done, all that is left is one's very own emotional connection that defies logic, or consequences. So in that sense, please enjoy my exquisite corpse best of.

20170915

Marc & Us





1. Marc Jacobs Spring/Summer 2018
2. LAZOSCHMIDL Spring/Summer 2018

A feeling of connectedness. Of a bigger, liquid, virtual and social unconciousness. A moment in time. Of strawberry and lime. And champagne. A ménage à deux. You are warmly invited.

20170911

He & Him




1. Sies Marjan Spring/Summer 2018
2. Nihl Parsons Graduate Collection

There is still hope. Pastel loungewear and crochet leotards. Silk pyjamas and embroidered boxer shorts. Tie-dye and deconstruction. Luxe and loss. We should all live in a world in-between.

20170909

Him & Me




1. CALVIN KLEIN Spring/Summer 2018
2. LAZOSCHMIDL Spring/Summer 2018

One week apart. Cowboys and disco. Horror and tears. Be closed to loved ones, and closer to your enemy - while sleeping with your enemy. A dream soaked with hormones and anxieties coming true.

P.S.: Please note the similarities in posture.

20170627

Fashion Charts XXVIII

or 'Something like a Spring/Summer 2018 menswear trend report'


1. Plastic Wrapper

2. Daddy’s Home

3. Twink Fetish

4. Role Play

5. Under Construction

Artificial intelligence, spoiled nutrition and ugly times call for artificial clothes, spoiled manwhores and the return of ugly garments. Plastic coats, slip-a-dick shorts and that outdoor jacket taken from your father’s closet that you always hated. What a coming out.