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budi svoj(a) i jedi pastu

gotovo iz svih medijskih oružja, i tradicionalnih i ovih najsavremenijih elektronskih, gađani smo porukama da volimo sebe. i nekako se najviše obraćaju nama ženama. (jasno im je da smo mi deficitarne sa tom vrstom ljubavi?) problem je što obično zaborave da je to nemoguća misija ako prethodno ne spoznamo to „sebe“, taj objekt naše (predstojeće) ljubavi. možda misle da se to podrazumeva, ali da je to tako lako ni sokrat ne bi posezao do proročišta u delfima.

nekako sam uvek mislila da su italijanke pošteđene potrage za tom ljubavlju, one kao da je prirodno poseduju. izgledaju savršeno i mimo modnih diktata o idealnim merama, tj. ne izgledaju kao da su jedva preživele dijetu, naprotiv, a zgodne su, zanosne, glasno se smeju i ono najbitnije – deluju zadovoljne sobom. a jednu pastu! mnogo paste!!! sophia loren je jednom odala tajnu svoje zanosne figure: „sve što vidite, dugujem špagetama!“ međutim, nedavno se pojavio poster za predstojeći kanski filmski festival sa fotografijom ništa manje zanosne claudie cardinale. na posteru ona iz 1959, pleše na nekom rimskom krovu. sve bi bilo u redu da na posteru stas ove filmske legende nije u photoshopu smanjen barem za broj. čemu to i zašto? šta je autor plakata pokušao da nam poruči? da i italijanke negde greše? da mlada claudia nije bila dovoljno zgodna?

srećom, ne misle svi tako, ne posežu niti za fotošopiranjem, niti za dijetama, već shvataju razliku između suštine i… praznine? jedna od tih koje su znale suštinu uvek je bila i georgia o’keeffe. poznata po svom umetničkom radu, načinu života, snažnom ličnom stilu i insistiranju na onoj istini iz delfa. od 17. do 28. maja možeš da pratiš kanski filmski festival, a sve do 23. jula ako letiš preko okeana obavezno poseti brooklyn museum i izložbu „georgia o’keeffe: living modern“, izložbu koja slavi snagu individualnosti, autentičnost i nezavisnost jedne fascinantne ličnosti. (o njoj sam pisala ovde i ovde)

someone else’s vision will never be as good as your own vision of your self. live and die with it ’cause in the end it’s all you have. lose it and you lose yourself and everything else. i should have listened to myself.” – georgia O’keeffe 

georgia o’keeffe, photo by bruce weber,  1984

sad,  kada si već u njujorku možda na njegovim ulicama zapaziš i ovu ženu,  lyn slater, sedokosu univerzitetsku profesoricu koja ne krije svoje godine (63), modnu ikonu u usponu, vlasnicu netipičnog modnog bloga „accidental icon“, zaštitno lice najnovije mango kampanje “a story of uniqueness“, ženu koju je angažovao i elite model management, kreativnu osobu koja promoviše stav „budi svoj“. oscar wilde je već odavno u svom geniju primetio da nam ništa drugo ni ne preostaje, svo ostalo je već zauzeto.

lyn slater, photo carmen daneshmandi

ako i ne putuješ gotovo o svemu, ako želiš,  možeš da se informišeš i na internetu, tu možeš i da poručiš knjigu (ako možeš da izdvojiš tridesetak dolara)  koju se izdale ove dve fenomenalne žene, takođe njujorčanke, majka i kćerka, elisa goodkind i lily mandelbaum (o njima sam pisala ovde). njihova knjiga se zove

t r u e   s t y l e   i s  w h a t ‘s   u n d e r n e a t h:

t h e  s e l f –  a c c e p t a n c e   r e v o l u t i o n“.

zvuči snažno i istinito, zar ne? elisa je dugo bila urednica i stilista u najprestižnijim modnim časopisama i kaže da ju je narastajuća komercijalizacija mode sve više frustrirala, pa je sa svojom kćerkom, antropologom lily, pokrenula site/projekat  „style like u“ o ljudima sa sadržinom, koji grade svoj sopstveni stil. kada sledeći put izađeš na ulicu pokušaj da obratiš pažnju na one ljude koji ne izgledaju nalik drugima, jer stil je način da kažemo koju na temu ko smo, bez da otvorimo usta.

“people are very beautiful when you pay attention to them.” elisa goodkind 

being ‘stylish’ is not synonymous with being young, rich, thin, trendy or famous. it is not about having a designer label or an ‘it’ bag -true style is a reflection of the nonconformist spirit of the person underneath the clothes.” (elisa & lily)

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beatrix ost

beatrix ost je rođena u nemačkoj na 1940. omg, kako ta žena nosi svoju individualnost!  danas još samo lily gatins može tako da nosi prepariranu pticu na glavi. ne pada vam na pamet da se pitate šta ptica-kako ptica-zašto ptica… gledate i diviti se osobenosti koja je u stanju to da ponese tako ženstveno. i  da pravi magiju od svega. osim ako nemate sluh za ovakvu vrstu ljudi, ako ste stopljeni sa konvencionalnim. u tom slučaju: duboko saučešće od jednog trena. a onda sveta ignorancija!

ceo njen život je art. njena pojava je art. kaže da je umetnost njena vera. ona je glumica, model, pisac, scenarista, pozorišni producent, dizajnera, slikarka, vajarka, plesačica… i vrsna kulinarka! studirala je na akademiji lepih umetnosti u minhenu. bila je i učenica oskara kokokschke u njegovoj letnjoj umetničkoj školi u salzburgu.

omiljeni dizajneri su joj: rei kawakubo, vivienne westwood, azzedine alaia, yohji yamamoto, issey miyake… ona je budista.

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beatrix ost

lily gatins, photo by yana mironova

“in your body is a good place to be.” (beatrix ost)

New York in Winter, Artist Beatrix Ost

beatrix ost, nyc

beatrix ost

style like u

beatrix

sa svojom skulpturom

beatrix

http://www.thecoveteur.com/beatrix-ost/

with ari seth cohenom

style like u & beatrix ost:

http://stylelikeu.com/contributors/our-muses/beatrix-ost-farm/

http://stylelikeu.com/dailies/beatrix-ost-3/

http://stylelikeu.com/profiles-2/closets/beatrix-ost/

the coveteur & beatrix:

http://www.thecoveteur.com/beatrix-ost/

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o svom oduuuuševljenju sajtom style like u  već sam pisala. ovde. da podsetim, majka i kći, elisa goodkind and lily mandelbaum neguju, predstavljaju i slave individualnost, autentičnost i lični stil u ovom suludom vremenu u kojem gradovi i ljudi sve više bezlično  liče  jedni na druge… oh kako volim da svraćam na njihov site… kao da se lično na tren družim sa tim ne-običnim, zanimljivim ljudima koje predstavljaju njih dve. jedan od mojih prelepih izleta od sive stvarnosti. pogotovu ovde i sada. čim izađem na ulicu zapazim gomile žena i muškaraca sa sličnim frizurama, toaletama, aksesoarima… mora da su im i misli slične. to je tužno.  ovaj čovek čije su samo inicijale navele ima taaako dobar stil!!! trenutno ima prvo mesto na mojoj top listi najbolje odevenih ljudi. koreanac rođen u nemačkoj koji živi u new yorku. (baš kao i dizajner siki im) advokat. govori nekoliko jezika. prefinjen ukus. obrazovan. esteta. good looking. s. p. !!! nosi najrađe stvari koje su kreirali: carol christian poell, boris bidjan saberi, paul harnden

His favorite books are: The Hundred Year Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson, The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien and The End is My Beginning by Tiziano Terzani. <p>Paul Harnden Jacket</p>

"My black Carol Christian Poell coat and my Boris Bidjan Saberi asymetric leather jacket are my favorite pieces." <p>Carol Christian Poell Boots and Coat, Damir Doma T-shirt, Boris Saberi Pants </p>

 

“the shift to the avant-garde labels that I am wearing right now was in 2007 or 2008. i started hanging out at k.h. comme des garcons everyday. the owner, kurt, he is a crazy dude. the first time i came in he said, ‘sorry, you can’t shop here right now — go home, do your homework, and then come back. kurt always says, ‘these clothes have soul as opposed to mass products.”

"Individualism is not as prevalent [in Korea] as it is in Western countries. I am so happy that I didn't have to go to high school in Korea. It is a very harsh system. When you want to step out and be more unique you will have a hard time." <p>Pants, Boots, Jacket, and Scarf by Boris Saberi, Cardigan by Damir Doma </p>

 

"Maybe I wanted to become a lawyer because of the social culture I grew up in. My dad is a cardiologist. My mom is a psychologist. Koreans joke that you can only study three things: medicine, business, or law." <p>Boris Saberi Suit, Boots by MA+ </p>

 

"Korean culture is based on Confucianism, which is about the value of academic achievement. There is a saying in Korea that is, 'You should treat the teacher equal to the king.'" <p>Boris Saberi Pants, Paul Harnden Jacket</p>

“korean culture is based on confucianism, which is about the value of academic achievement. there is a saying in korea that is, ‘you should treat the teacher equal to the king.'”

"Kurt would just be so rude every time regular people would come into his store. If a girl walked in with a Louis Vuitton bag, Kurt would freak out. He said it is not worth it: 'They do not understand me and I do not understand them.'" Boris Saberi Jacket and Pants, Chrome Hearts and Werkstatt Munchen Jewelery

"The first major shift in the way I dress was the 03-04 collections of Dior Homme by Hedi Slimane. They were so goth, so rock 'n' roll, and so ninja-esque. This was the first time I really got into the dark, edgy, black stuff." <p>Carol Christian Poell Suit, Shirt and Tie by Prada, Homme Dior shoes </p>

"Kurt always says, 'These clothes have soul as opposed to mass products.'" <p>Chrome Hearts and Werkstatt Munchen Jewelry </p>

“you will not find most of these brands [boris saberi, paul harnden] in the vogue magazines. these brands aren’t advertising. they are not giving their clothes for shoots or editorials… i like to be kind of different when  i wear my clothes. people look at you, and they cannot evaluate you. they ask me, ‘oh, are you a jewelry designer?’ i am like, ‘no, i am a lawyer.'”

"The most democratic place in the world is the gym. You are in these sweaty sweatshirts and t-shirts, and you all look the same. When you get out of the gym, and you see a person in their regular clothes, it is a totally different person. That is the moment when you can actually see, 'Oh, clothes make the person.'" <p>Pants, Boots, Jacket, and Scarf by Boris Saberi, Cardigan by Damir Doma, Chrome Hearts and Werkstatt Munchen Jewelry </p>

“the most democratic place in the world is the gym. you are in these sweaty sweatshirts and t-shirts, and you all look the same. when you get out of the gym, and you see a person in their regular clothes, it is a totally different person. that is the moment when you can actually see, ‘oh, clothes make the person.'”

"Food is the second love of my life. I am a real crazy foodie. If it is good I love it and will pay anything for it. But I would mind paying one buck for bad food. I am a highly addictive person. When I like a restaurant I go there easily five times a week. If I like anything I really get into it. You have to be careful if you are like that." <p>Boris Saberi Boots</p>

elisa goodkind.
video edited by andrea cruz

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steve oklyn or freelance outlaw

steve oklyn, ko god on bio, jer to je samo pseudonim,  najzanimljiviji  i najautentičniji je bloger i modni kritičar danas. a možda se radi i o više osoba. kakogod, potreban je. onima koji još drže do suštine. i smisla. nije protiv mode. čak  je očito reč o vrsnom poznavaocu iste. poznavaocu koji  je protiv zaglušujuće, isprazne buke o kojoj priča i paolo sorrentino u brutalno dobrom filmu “la grande bellezza”, o ispraznoj buci koja preplavljuje i naše pojedinačne i zajedničke živote,  sve, pa i umetnost. on je glasno protiv korporativnog idiotizma i nehumanosti  industrije modne, (ali i svake druge, koja je prisutna i tamo gde ne bi trebalo da je bude, kao npr. užas koji se zove art industrija)  koja kao i ostale “blagodeti” liberalnog kapitalizma melje sve pred sobom zarad vrhunskog boga – profita. u to ime proizvodiće se tamo gde je radna snaga najjeftinija, a prodavaće se po cenama van granica ljudskog razuma i etike. u to ime svi tj. sve ćemo se upinjati da i u stotoj godini izgledamo kao izgladnele maloletnice i oblačimo se kao da smo klonovi jedni drugih. steve oklyn je krenuo duchampovim putem, kroz modu do anti-mode, putem dekonstrukcije koja će razotkriti laž.  putem koji vodi do lepote i dobrote. jer lepota bez dobrote je najružnija stvar.  verujem da je to nužno i da je tomoguće. zato se uvek obradujem kada vidim, čujem, pročitam… reči rei kawakubo, yohji yamamota, rick owensa… sećaš se, pre neki dan sam citirala ono što je rick owens rekao sofiji tchkonii: “i’ve lived the conventional life, and now it’s time for me to express my inner self. i don’t care if i don’t sell anything.  i can be poor.” 

notvogue.com

on, taj neko ko se predstavlja kao steve oklyn, je ovaj sa kapom:

“youth is the most significant aspect of how the culture breathes. the great experimental lab of global youth isn’t such an experiment anymore — spreadsheet guys run the global fashion industry and they do not care about culture. the media is a continuous propaganda: buy into our illusory and elusive world — our parties, our brands, our life style — and you have made it.” (steve oklyn)

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elisa goodkind sa stylelikeu kaže o njemu:

steve oklyn does not come to his blog unarmed. he is an encyclopedia of every meaningful, monumental cultural figure of the past 50 years (many of them he knows personally) whose frenzy to contribute something of consequence to the world far outweighed the end game of fame and profit. through not vogue’s eyes, my mind has been opened to what my heart has known: we need to wake up to our revolutionary purpose, believe in things larger than ourselves, stop consuming indiscriminately (what you buy is your vote), smite this me-me-me apathy, and scream for what matters — the ability to unite around our differences and come together to make a world that embraces counter culture, not over-the-counter culture.

idol magazine (btw, odličan magazin) objavio je intervju sa steve oklynom. florie mwanza je razgovarala sa njime. i naravno, ne otkriva nam njegov identitet. florie kaže da steve, po njoj,  intrigira svojim getsbijevskim prisustvom. i ona zaključuje da steve izuzetno dobro poznaje modu. ali da njegov blog-magazin za razliku od većine drugih koji kao da naređuju da konzumirate to i to od mode, budi intelektualnu reakciju. provocira. na pitanje odakle naziv “not vogue” otkrio je da se radi o reakciji na intervju carine roitfeld iz 2010. u kom je rekla da bira kome će dati editorijal u pariskom voguu: po principu: “you are vogue or not vogue”. pa, eto, steve je sebe deklarisao kao not vogue. iako otkriva da je on insider, neko ko je nekada vodio prilično javni život i da je u jednoj vremenskoj tački odlučio da iz toga izađe. samog sebe opisuje onako kako je japanski yakuza kum sebe nazvao –  odmetnikom freelancerom. natpisi na notvogue.com su vrlo satirični i provokativni. on koji se predstavlja kao steve kaže da se divi ljudima koji su kroz humor uspevali da saspu istinu,  umetnicima poput jonathana swifta i oscara wildea… i nema nameru da otkrije svoj identitet. nema naloge na društvenim mrežama, nema reklamne bannere, za razliku od većine modnih blogera koji otvaraju svoje ormane i mame sponzore on iznosi svoje stavove. kaže da mu je glavni motiv u blogovanju njegova sopstvena težnja da razume sebe, svoj pogled na svet i modu što je iskrenije moguće i da povede svoje čitaoce tim putem. not vogue je mesto na kom je vazduh čist, a dah slobodan.

“FASHION IS ONLY THE PARODY OF THE SIGNS OF FASHION” —Steve Oklyn

za detaljnije upoznavanje sa fenomenom steve oklyn i not vogue preporučujem intervjue objavljene u tack magazinu i naravno, poseti  http://www.notvogue.com.

a ako nisi video pogledaj “la grande bellezza”. mene je večeras razbio.

jep gambardella: this is how it always ends. with death. but first there was life, hidden beneath the blah, blah, blah… it’s all settled beneath the chitter chatter and the noise, silence and sentiment, emotion and fear. the haggard, inconstant flashes of beauty. and then the wretched squalor and miserable humanity. all buried under the cover of the embarrassment of being in the world, blah, blah, blah… beyond there is what lies beyond. and i don’t deal with what lies beyond…  (la grande bellezza)

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thaddeus o’neil ili jedan poprilično oslobođen čovek

da budem iskrena za njega sam prvi put čula na sajtu style like u. ali, bilo je sasvim dovoljno da shvatim da je iz lige autentičnih  igrača, a ja vrlo držim do takvih.

modni dizajner koji je masterirao filozofiju. i piše! poeziju, kratku prozu, eseje…

surfuje na vrlo  ružičastoj dasci.

kreira stvari nalik sebi. od najfinijih prirodnih materijala, naravno. i dobrog kolorita.

otac  i suprug.

voli životinje.

i prirodu.

i istinu, rekla bih.

ključne reči, dakle  za njega:

filozofija sa naglaskom na ničea, žižeka…

POEzija

moda

šeširi, šeširi, šeširi i po koja kapa. i to složeni, pa nošeni jedni na druge. tako cool.( iako baš ne volim tu reč, ali ovde mi dobro došla.)

surfovanje

more

fotografija

crtanje

boje, boje, boje

glava koja  misli kako želi ona, a ne druge. glave.

kažem, mnogo zanimljiv tip taj thaddeus o’neil…

sa stile like u

"Surfing is not a sport. It's incantation and magic flight."

"Whether it's Neitzche or Spinoza, when you read, you sit down with someone who took the time to organize their experience into language."

njegov stan / stylelikeu

i još knjiga i njega samog:

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i opet stylelikeu

“I started out as an amateur and I want to remain one as long as possible. I love not knowing where I’m going,” he says. “I love folding a hat made of Japanese straw in a new way and seeing where that leads. Like surfing, you never know when you’ll end up in a new place.” (man of the world)

razgovor za not vogue  (maskirana osoba je, naravno, steve oklyn) o efektima korporacija i novca na modu i svet u celini.

njegov esej u hobo magazinu. (kao i not vogue i hobo magazne je, btw. pažnje vredno mesto)

My wrists are rivers my fingers are words… I was nineteen or twenty when the photographer Bruce Weber turned me onto Charles Bukowski with some pieces from Notes of a Dirty Old Man. It made an impression but it wasn’t until a few years later that I really found him. An Australian girlfriend and I were renting a place on Glasgow Avenue in Bondi from an Argentine with a small but very good library. Unfortunately it was all in Spanish. All but The Last Night of the Earth Poems by Charles Bukowski. In the original Black Sparrow imprint of John Martin. Despite reminding me of the away jersey of the Chicago Blackhawks it was a gorgeous looking book. I read it and read it and read it deep into the night, the cockroaches turning the kitchen counters a mass of trembling black, dissolving like an apparition when I flicked the lights on to fill my wine glass.

Living too long takes more than time… Ah yes, the friendly wine. Writing with Bukowski was a strictly Dionysian affair. Like Aeschylus before him, Bukowski was an innovator of contemporary tragedy. I was there in his chorus swaying madly. You are the sacrifice of this ritual, he always reminded you, fingering words into little origamic spasms of our profoundly pathological world. The task of the poet is to become other, to find a new way to live.

The sun slants in like a golden sword as the odds grow shorter… Unlike say T.S. Eliot and those of his ilk whose poetry by comparison is an elaborate game performed for the literati, Bukowski is a poet of the vernacular and anti-pastoralist par excellence. Basho, a 17th century Japanese poet and influence of Bukowski also wrote for the masses in everyday language. “As I look back over the many years of my frivolous life, I remember at one time I coveted an official post with a tenure of land and at another time I was anxious to confine myself within the walls of a monastery. Yet I kept aimlessly wandering on like a cloud in the wind… it is because I believe there is no place in this world that is not an unreal dwelling.” Bondi became my Austral Asian city of lost angels and the Last Night poems my first apprenticeship to the way. I had no papers and picked an old 10-speed bicycle with maybe three working gears from the garbage that I used to get to sites all over suburban Sydney where I worked a series of laboring jobs alongside Czechs and Irish and English and Greeks and Canadians. Whatever money was left after the rent I spent on booze and books and houseplants.

In the shadows of the rose… After the girlfriend I lived on the couch and then the attic when it became vacant of a fifty-something fille de joie who rented rooms to strapping young men for fifty bucks a week or something. The closest I ever got to living in a flophouse, an arrangement highly recommended by Bukowski. Looking back, it was all a grand role-play, a terrific mask that I wore for the dance of the word. And it was all that mattered. The word, as Hannah Arendt says, “reveals the meaning of what otherwise would remain an unbearable sequence of sheer happenings.” Bukowski instilled in me the heroic ambition to no ambition but the escape from the unbearable sequence of sheer happenings. Just you and the word. Oedipus in the lap of the Sphinx. You must open your wrists for it everyday.

[Text by Thaddeus O’Neil]

i njegova baš dobra  fotografija u hobo magazinu:

Maui / Photo by Thaddeus O’Neil

a na njegovom sajtu: http://thaddeusoneil.com

piše o njemu sledeće:

About

Inspired by the hobos of the sea and their poetry, Thaddeus O’Neil is American surfer chic. Premium playwear with aloha. Sincere, offbeat, and playful, the debut SS 2014 collection features brightly contrasting color-printed trunks and relaxed separates, and limited edition hand-dyed indigo kimono pieces for après-surf. Made by hand in New York City and Japan, each garment is of the highest quality construction and content using only the finest silk, linen, cotton, and pure Japanese indigo.

The Thaddeus O’Neil man understands through feeling and comes to know that true luxury is the touch of nature and real refinement born of our creative movement within it.

Keep it moving.

A Provisional Biographical Interlude

Thaddeus O’Neil did his Masters in philosophy and spent the next several years traveling, surfing, photographing, writing, drawing. Wherever he arrived – Africa, South America, Indonesia – he would be captivated by the local people, their way of being, and their dress. He settled in Australia for a spell. They call it lucky country and he found this to be true. He tripped over his love and delight there, the model Pania Rose. They live together in New York’s Lower East Side with their son, Cas. They have two dogs, Hemingway and Shirley, and a cat called Teddy Boy. He is a lifelong surfer of the beaches of Fire Island New York and surrounds, and his eponymous menswear line is inspired by this special relationship. His poems, short stories, and photographs have appeared in L’Uomo Vogue, Pop Magazine, Vogue Hommes International, Details, Cent, Hobo Magazine, and Riot of Perfume, among others. In addition to launching his debut SS 2014 menswear collection, he is presently at work on a mixed-media performance piece about genderless ghosts, shanties, ritual, and the movement of language and bodies in the sea.

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o autentičnosti iliti your soul can’t be bought

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elisa & lily vlasnice style like u

ovo je jedan od sajtova koji te zarobe. odmah! na neograničeno. carstvo kreativnosti koje slavi individualnost. autentičnost. lični stil, a ne slepo praćenje trendova… o ljudima čiji duh i delo inspirišu… o ljudima sa sadržinom.  i to na tako strastven način. a lako, nepretenciozno. sa porukom da se stil ne kupuje. da se duša ne prodaje.

začarao me stylelikeu.com i sada ne mogu više ni jedan dan da provedem a da barem ne zavirim. bože, koje blaženstvo! i’m beautifully shocked!

osnovale su ga majka i kći, elisa goodkind and lily mandelbaum. taaako dobro odabiraju ljude, mesta, dela za predstavljanje. odličan sluh za duh!

elisa je bila fashion stylist i urednik u mnogim najpoznatijim modnim časopisima, ali kaže da ju je komercijalizacija modne industrije sve više frustrirala, osećala se sve manje nadahnutom u tom okruženju zadatih diktata i trendova, pa je otvorila stylelikeu.com sa svojom kćerkom lily koja je studirala film i antropologiju, a boravila je u najrobiju i autor je dokumentarnog filma o nedaćama siromašnih, pre svega dece u toj zemlji.

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bonnie young

 

na zidu sobe thaddeusa o’neila

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taddeus o’neil

pesnik, filozof, dizajner, surfer…

tasya van ree koju su opisali kao georgia o’keefe-meets-annie hall

tasya je fotograf, pesnik, slikarka…

tatiana pajković pevačica, model…

waris singh ahluwalia

glumac i dizajner.

devendra banhart, muzičar i vizuelni umetnik

michele lamy and scarlett rouge

majka i kći. umetnice. michele bivši advokat, dizajner, sada vlasnica restorana, muza dizajnera rick owensa, muzičar, ekscentrik, neko je rekao da je ona već sama po sebi umetničko delo… njena kći scarlett  vizuelna umetnica…

Michele Lamy is a visionary, and her daughter, Scarlett Rouge, is an artist.

na stylelikeu ima ih još. sjajnih. neponovljivih.

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