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TWENTY // FLORIDA // MALE //
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model-hommes:

Mias Van Der Westhuyzen with Next Model Management.

model-hommes:

Mias Van Der Westhuyzen with Next Model Management.

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"Lick it up, baby. Lick. It. Up." - Heathers (1988)

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model-hommes:

Mias Van Der Westhuyzen with Next Model Management.

model-hommes:

Mias Van Der Westhuyzen with Next Model Management.

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NIRVANA 😵😋

NIRVANA 😵😋

paintdeath:

Trash bag sculptures by Khalil Chishtee

paintdeath:

Trash bag sculptures by Khalil Chishtee

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brashycouture:

July 23, 2014 at 10:24PM

brashycouture:

July 23, 2014 at 10:24PM

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lucesolare:

kate bogucharskaia by emma picq for jalouse september 2013

lucesolare:

kate bogucharskaia by emma picq for jalouse september 2013


Xavier Dolan for L’Uomo Vogue

Xavier Dolan for L’Uomo Vogue

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Xavier Dolan on the set of Mommy

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prettygayboys:

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dekonstruktivisme:

W.&L.T. autumn—winter 1997—98.
Show: January 1997 at the Espace W.&L.T. at St. Denis, Paris, France.Setting: A simultaneous show on 3 parallel catwalks. Behind a transparent gaze, the models could be seen moving from catwalk to catwalk. Each entrance had light journals with different slogans flashing by. Styling: American Avatar: 40 models, strong but boyish, with transparent blindfolds like young Superheroes. African Avatar: 40 models looking like W.& L.T. Warriors, with metal headframes and ‘projected’ war make-up. Asian Avatar: 40 girls introducing the first W.& L.T. Women’s wear Collection, inspired by Ladybugs. All eyes were veiled with white transparent gauze with applied sparkling sequins. 120 hats designed by Stephen Jones crowned this collection.Invitation: ‘Kiss the Future!’-scarf with Puk-Puk badge.
Walter Van Beirendonck: A show is in the end a very important occasion. For a brief moment it gives you power over space and time. It gives you a number of opportunities which are not present in other media or in other forms of presentation. I find preparing a show very pleasant work. It is an opportunity to work out and realise my fantasies in greater detail. Fortunately I often get the chance to work on a large budget, so that I can enjoy the medium to the full. 

dekonstruktivisme:

W.&L.T. autumn—winter 1997—98.

Show: January 1997 at the Espace W.&L.T. at St. Denis, Paris, France.

Setting: A simultaneous show on 3 parallel catwalks. Behind a transparent gaze, the models could be seen moving from catwalk to catwalk. Each entrance had light journals with different slogans flashing by. 

Styling: American Avatar: 40 models, strong but boyish, with transparent blindfolds like young Superheroes. African Avatar: 40 models looking like W.& L.T. Warriors, with metal headframes and ‘projected’ war make-up. Asian Avatar: 40 girls introducing the first W.& L.T. Women’s wear Collection, inspired by Ladybugs. All eyes were veiled with white transparent gauze with applied sparkling sequins. 120 hats designed by Stephen Jones crowned this collection.

Invitation: ‘Kiss the Future!’-scarf with Puk-Puk badge.

Walter Van Beirendonck: A show is in the end a very important occasion. For a brief moment it gives you power over space and time. It gives you a number of opportunities which are not present in other media or in other forms of presentation. I find preparing a show very pleasant work. It is an opportunity to work out and realise my fantasies in greater detail. Fortunately I often get the chance to work on a large budget, so that I can enjoy the medium to the full. 

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