Friday, 3 October 2008

head beast...

I’m driving up the wall.

I’m sorry! But don’t tell me that everything is possible in the name of Fashion or in the name of Art.
I know there’s a thin line and that Art is somehow a way to put boundaries in question.

But saying this is “conceptual fashion”….. WTF????????
For me this is an attack to WOMAN DIGNITY!

It was for this the struggle of many women in decades?

Marlies Dekkers at Paris Fashion Week
Source
guardian.co.uk - lifeandstyle

25 comments:

  1. I fully agree.

    The creator of this totally missed the boat.

    Have a nice weekend :-)

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  2. Gostei do blog!
    Bom fim de semana!

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  3. Huh? Are the horse hoofs on wheels? I am confused.

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  4. I'm hoping it was done as an ironic statement.

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  5. I agree with you at first I did noy know that the the black thingies were connected to the model to give a horse look.

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  6. it's like a halloween costume

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  7. oh well.. I'm not taking that seriously but I'm amazed at how cleverly they put the piece together so that the model could actually walk with that thing at the back. Can you imagine the balancing thing they had to work out? I don't think it would have been easy...

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  8. I think its kind of cool.

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  9. Thats so wierd,
    Dont know what I really think of it!
    Libbii
    xx

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  10. I couldn't agree more! Awful!

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  11. maybe it was an art but definitely not fashionable.

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  12. hmmm not impressed....I concur

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  13. I wouldn't go that far... didn't the male models do the same on that catwalk? (blushing)

    Beijo meu ♥,

    A Elite

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  14. I think any spin that fashion or any other industry can associate with art is genious. For politics is a very creative way to both piss people off and attract the otherwise ignorant masses.

    I wonder how the model feels about her piece of dragging art?

    I think that this example of Pop art definitely depicts an example of readymades and assamblages which cause a conflict and a cliche for the viewer.

    great post.,
    jesse

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  15. what a strange... costume??

    i would look good in a galery, but not to wear..
    hahaha

    shes like a peddler...

    she should get her arse back to the farm and start ploughing..hihi



    btw
    how have you been dear?? are you well??
    xoxo

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  16. oh, i follow your blog now.
    hihi

    cuz i love your outfits and your funky hair dear!!

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  17. For someone who had that "special" power to be so important and kind to me in just a few shared comments, I send you huge waves of tenderness. And hope that your heart and people around you get better everyday :)

    Beijo meu ♥,

    A Elite

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  18. I would also offer to post Chilli but he's mine! Dammit :P

    I cannot see 'art' in this at all. This is clearly someone whom decided to pick a radical topic and roll with it for publicity. It's in very poor nature and quite honestly simply disgraceful.

    Art is supposed to evoke complex thoughts. The only thought crossing my mind is pure disgust

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  19. oh this is not nice...
    that's disgusting

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  20. I'm confused by this. How does she move with that on?

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  21. LOL...I'd like to see her walk in it!

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  22. Wowwww, a great image!!

    J'adore it !!

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  23. Wow... did a double-take on this one, but I'm thinking... Mr. Ed would be terribly jealous! LOL

    Doctor's orders, get your needed rest!!
    xxx

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  24. what the hell is that?!?!?

    i have no idea and i don't really want to.

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