Japanese architect Katsutoshi Sasaki has built himself a new family home, featuring a dark-painted facade of red cedar and a bright, airy interior.Called T Noie, which refers to… Read more "Called T Noie, which refers to the house’s T-shaped structure, the 102-square-metre, two property is located in Toyot"
There’s been a tendency over the last century or two to imagine the solo-living man as someone who has chosen peaceful privacy and the solo-living woman as… Read more "Reblog: The Benefits of Spinsterhood"
In the future, Matthew Williams should try to match the power of his technical innovations with newer looks. This one felt old. via Hi-Tech Dystopia at Alyx
For all its slick urbanity and fanciful layering, the collection never lost Lucas Ossendrijver’s light hand. via An Exercise in Opposites at Lanvin
The thought processes that inform a Simons collection, with their idiosyncratic blend of high and low, always circle his early years — glamourised here in shining duchesse… Read more "Reblog: Eeriness is a Speciality at Raf Simons"
This season, Veronique Nichanian’s high-craft twist on the classics felt fresh, rather than forced. via Hermès Rejuvenates Its Codes
His eldritch geometries served to emphasise his affection for Russian Constructivism, visible in the sweeping polyhedron-like capes and coats which had that sacerdotal quality that is Owens… Read more "Reblog: Confusion and Control at Rick Owens"
Rei Kawakubo returned to the mutated Edwardian silhouette that has underpinned her menswear from almost the beginning. But although there was buoyant colour, Kawakubo’s dissection of the… Read more "Reblog: Sartorial Autopsies at Comme des Garçons"
For his latest collection, Pierpaolo Piccioli was enthused by the influence of trap music on fashion, but it was the special pieces which celebrated craftsmanship that struck… Read more "Reblog: Making the Exclusive Inclusive at Valentino"
For his debut, Kim Jones inserted himself into the house's history with such confidence that it felt like this was the moment he’d been waiting for his whole… Read more "Reblog: Exploring a Whole New World at Dior Men"
His rapid ascent to centre stage has been a remarkable lesson in the enduring power of the American dream. On Thursday, Abloh's challenge was finding a connection between… Read more "Reblog: Virgil Abloh’s Eureka Moment at Louis Vuitton"
Amid the much-anticipated, streetwear-inflected disruption at Louis Vuitton and Dior, it was the need for new elegance that stood out, writes Angelo Flaccavento. via In Paris, New Elegance and… Read more "Reblog: In Paris, New Elegance and the Revolution That Wasn’t"
When does a relationship become serious? Is it when you say those first monumental I love you? When you have decided to become exclusive? When you move… Read more "Reblog: Things Every Serious Couple Should Know About Each Other"
Romantic relationships, in all of their complexity, are a fundamental component of our lives. And as the poet Rainer Maria Rilke mused, “There is scarcely anything more difficult… Read more "Reblog: Healthy and Loving Relationship: Things to Know and Practice"
Getting a text from your ex is never fun when you’ve already moved on; it can cause damages to your relationship if it’s not well taken care… Read more "Reblog: How to Respond to a Text From Your Ex & Make Them Leave You Alone for Good"
Everyone heads into a new relationship with baggage in some form or another; it’s unavoidable. Maybe you’ve been cheated on, ghosted, or a messy break up has… Read more "Reblog: How to Let Your Guard Down and Give Love a Chance Again"
I often get asked the question, "what do most sugar daddies want?" I've found that sugar daddies most want a sugar baby who is honestly interested in… Read more "What do most sugar daddies want?"