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HARU WILDE, 21
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Yohji Yamamoto Spring/Summer 2015 Details
chiakira:

TRWA SS14

RED.

adamkatzsinding:

Tate Modern | London ( http://ift.tt/1yGRCYZ )
loubones:

Me for MYOB NYC FW14 LOOKBOOK
Shot in Shibuya, Tokyo

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Anonymous said: Máš radši Japonštinu nebo Korejštinu?

Na to nedokazu jednoznacne odpovedet. V posledni dobe je mi Korejstina mnohem blizsi diky hudbe, filmum, mode a korejske kulture obecne, plus mi jeji system psani vyhovuje mnohem vic nez ten japonsky, ale jednak je moje Korejstina teprve v zacatcich a druhak je nechci srovnavat. Mam rada oba jazyky.

Anonymous said: how long have you been in japan?

I am back in the UK already. I stayed in Japan for about 10 months.

Anonymous said: Hey I really like your blog and your sense of style but I have to say I'm a bit disappointed that you're endorsing a brand like Motel (whose clothes are the product of slave labour) after supporting the #insideout campaign. I get it that money is money but I honestly thought you cared about ethical fashion.

Hello. Thank you for this message.

First of all, I am trying to only support companies whom I trust to manufacture good quality clothing in fair conditions, so the reason why I have been promoting Motel is because I trusted them to be a fair company. Tracing whether a company’s manufacturing is ethical or not can be very difficult, which is why I have been supporting projects like Fashion Revolution or #insideout, but I do have to admit that I am at fault for not having done enough research into Motel’s resources perhaps.

Could you possibly tell me something more in details, e.g. what evidence you have for accusing Motel of using slave labour? (I am not saying you are lying, I would simply like to know more about the issue, and possibly follow up by asking Motel themselves about their resources.)

The problem with the world is that the intelligent people are full of doubts, while the stupid ones are full of confidence.
written by Charles Bukowski (via acrylicalchemy)

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balenciwanga:

Xiao Wen Ju in i-D Magazine Fall 2014 photographed by Angelo Pennetta
 

Yohji Yamamoto Femme - A/W 1996
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