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.cav empt ‘m-51 parka’
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Your High Fashion Minimalism Blog
jw-andersson:

Dior Homme SS15
somethingtoseeorhear:

The Electric Company somethingtoseeorhear:

For their ninth studio album, Sticky Fingers, The Rolling Stones asked Andy Warhol to design what would become one of the most popular album covers of all time. The sleeve featured a shot of Joe Dallesandro's crotch, with workable zip, and for the first time showcased the band's tongue and lips logo, as designed by John Pasche. Above is a letter from Jagger to Warhol, concerning the work, in which  he politely warns the artist of production difficulties associated with  complex sleeve designs. Warhol obviously took no notice and produced a  cover which caused all manner of problems, most notably scratched copies  of the record itself and damage to any albums which were placed on top  of Sticky Fingers during distribution. somethingtoseeorhear:

Jean-Michael Basquiat
Out Getting Ribs
1982. Pencil on paper
cityvillain:

Imagine if one of you bloggers bought this for me archivings:



Stussy Fall 2000
Photography by Juergen Teller
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