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1. Mario Sorrenti Jil Sander Spring/Summer 2018
2. David Sims Jil Sander Fall/Winter 2003

To nature, to portrait, to black and white. A brand, admired, we all seek to desire. From Jil to Raf to Jil to Phoebe?

Jil Sander Präsens, November 4 2017 – May 6 2018, MAK Museum Angewandte Kunst, Frankfurt Am Main, Germany


Helmut Dialogues VIII

1. Helmut Lang Spring/Summer 2001
2. Anrealage Spring/Summer 2018

3. Eckhaus Latta Spring/Summer 2018
4. Helmut Lang Spring/Summer 2000

5. Helmut Lang Fall/Winter 2003
6. Simone Rocha Spring/Summer 2018
7. Anrealage Spring/Summer 2018

8. Y/Project Spring/Summer 2018
9. Jil Sander Spring/Summer 2018
10. Helmut Lang Surrogate Skin, 2008
11. Helmut Lang Spring/Summer 1996

Ruffled and shuffled. Sheerness on repeat. When records are broken and needles just scratch surfaces. Has every song been written, or is it about finding the last sad and perfect love song?


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.


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.


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.