ART we STARVE

lawkangjie:

My fashion show watching virginity was lost to the MUGLER A/W ‘12 Womenswear show at the Audi Fashion Festival yesterday (16 May 2012).

It’s VERY different to see clothes on the Style.com website and on YouTube than in real life. The third-dimension of reality really added the much-needed depth and details to the clothes presented. And of course, Nicola Formichetti + Sebastien Peigne are geniuses.

Still very much in awe.

(Great company too! I’m totally framing my invite - with the awesome MUGLER logo on it.)

- Pictures from the Audi Fashion Festival Facebook Page here.

(Source: river1402, via nicolaformichetti)

Designing what I can, When I can. On top of the many things I have pursued in life, dancing, styling(Hair and appeal),teaching, training, and designing for others, I still manage to break out my sewing machine and get creative when I’m feeling inspiration. I currently, have a few project going but I just wanted to throw up a few things I’m working on. I enjoy practicing different trades to try and perfect and preserve my artistic stigma. It is possible to live with your heart and not starve.

 A few days ago I was out exploring my neighorhood,Edgewater Glen in Chicago, and I came across this beautiful and message relaying peice of art work. The artist is said to be born out of New Orleans and has since traveled this work around the country. I pulled out my camera phone and stood in front of this dark wall covered in chalk board paint, gazing at the sentence starting with” Before I die I want to…………….” I found it very moving and thought I would share this with others. It kinda brought tears to my eyes, made me want to investigate.