Today’s style inspiration: Go With Jan Spring/Summer 2012 Collection.

With inspiration from vintage Malian portrait photographer Seydou Keïta and featuring beautiful models from Kenya, Nigeria, Zambia and Liberia, the Go With Jan S/S’12 collection was shot in the living room of Icelandic photographer Katrín Björk.


Russian Constructivist Rudolph Valentino advertising booklet. Cover designed by K. Vyalov, 1926

Thoughts on a photo shoot

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Stuck in Sound


100 head pieces by Katsuya Kamo


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Bertjan Pot’s carpet masks were born when the artist was experimenting with materials for another project. Read more about his work on Hi-Fructose.

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Guda Koster's work combines fashion, theater, design and architecture to create a new dialogue about our everyday lives. Questioning tradition, habit and the coded meaning that clothing and fashion conveys.

Guda Koster is a Dutch artist who creates living sculptures and performances, which the photographs are the results of. Koster’s works are created in parallels of time, space and textile. Her installations often consist of a variety of textile items such as clothing and various interior accents – walls, curtains, carpets and so on. In her works Koster uses fabrics, colours and patterns that underline the codes and meanings our clothing conveys.


They Might Be Giants/ David Byrne would love this.

This is cute, it makes me think of dragging and dropping patterns onto different parts of an image. I wonder if this is the same artist I saw in NYC with a woman inside a patterned egg with her legs sticking out

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Identities more interesting than the one I was born with. (1)

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