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Wieslaw Walkuski is a graphis designer born in 1956 in Bialystok, Poland. Between 1976 and 1981 he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. Main professors: Teresa Pagowska - painting and Maciej Urbaniec - graphic design. In 1981 he started to cooperate with a number of publishing houses , theatres as well as Polfilm and Film Polski - film distributors. Since 1987 he has been working as a freelancer. He has published about 200 posters. His prolific body of works includes paintings , artistic posters , illustrations. Lives and works in Warsaw.

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A rare street style fashion-art collaboration inspired by Thom Browne, CHARGAUX presents CHARGAUX for THOM BROWNE

Digital art and collage by Chargaux. Photography: Charly & Margaux, Brooklyn 
Suits and shoes by Thom Browne. Accessories, Chargaux. 
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Fresh from the White House! Chargaux just returned to Bedstuy from a most artistically inspiring engagement: performing for Michelle Obama and the fashion world’s most beloved creators during a banquet for her Reach Higher Fashion Education Workshop.

Thom Browne was called upon to dress the ladies of Chargaux, and he immediately obliged, adorning the ladies with looks from his Spring Resort 2015 collection for the Presidential affair. The cotton and linen viscose suits became a focal point at the engagement, inspiring hugs and kisses from Diane Von Furstenberg. Documented on [VSCO]

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Femme Fatale
Costin’s previous jewellery, which McQueen had used in his graduation show in 1992, employed the techniques of taxidermy and dissection. The deathly references were explicit in this collection in which fashion became the locus of darker meanings. The jet headpiece made the memento mori imagery explicit, as did a McQueen lace top which extended over the head to cover the face like a hangman’s hood.
Alexander McQueen, Dante, Fall–Winter 1996–1997 Photography Niall McInerney
Fashion at the Edge: Spectacle, Modernity and Deathliness by Caroline Evans, Yale University Press

pinerosolanno:

Femme Fatale

Costin’s previous jewellery, which McQueen had used in his graduation show in 1992, employed the techniques of taxidermy and dissection. The deathly references were explicit in this collection in which fashion became the locus of darker meanings. The jet headpiece made the memento mori imagery explicit, as did a McQueen lace top which extended over the head to cover the face like a hangman’s hood.

Alexander McQueen, Dante, Fall–Winter 1996–1997 Photography Niall McInerney

Fashion at the Edge: Spectacle, Modernity and Deathliness by Caroline Evans, Yale University Press