Raf Simons S/S 2015 at PFW "On the back of most of the coats and jackets in his collection were sailor collars collaged with fragments of his personal history—the actual and the imagined. ‘Like mood boards you’d pin your favorite images to,’ he said. Friends, family, a fluffy kitty, a roller coaster, Mt. Fuji painted by Hokusai, a koi pond, a shark, a swimmer in peril, an astronaut…it seemed furiously random until Simons parsed the images." via

Raf Simons S/S 2015 at PFW "On the back of most of the coats and jackets in his collection were sailor collars collaged with fragments of his personal history—the actual and the imagined. ‘Like mood boards you’d pin your favorite images to,’ he said. Friends, family, a fluffy kitty, a roller coaster, Mt. Fuji painted by Hokusai, a koi pond, a shark, a swimmer in peril, an astronaut…it seemed furiously random until Simons parsed the images." via

Jono Rotman Mongrel Mob Portraits - Imgur

Jono Rotman Mongrel Mob Portraits

Erin Rauna Kura Gallery Maori Art Design New Zealand Aotearoa Weaving Muka Cloak Whai Matauranga Tanekaha Manuka Dye Pheasant Feathers

Erin Rauna Kura Gallery Maori Art Design New Zealand Aotearoa Weaving Muka Cloak Whai Matauranga Tanekaha Manuka Dye Pheasant Feathers

Erin Rauna Kura Gallery Maori Art Design New Zealand Aotearoa Weaving Muka Cloak Whai Matauranga Tanekaha Manuka Dye Pheasant Feathers

Erin Rauna Kura Gallery Maori Art Design New Zealand Aotearoa Weaving Muka Cloak Whai Matauranga Tanekaha Manuka Dye Pheasant Feathers

Kākahu (cloak weaving). Te Puia (Weaving School), Māori Arts and Crafts Institute. Rotorura, New Zealand

Kākahu (cloak weaving). Te Puia (Weaving School), Māori Arts and Crafts Institute. Rotorura, New Zealand

Maori woman from the Hawkes Bay district, taken on 3 December 1897 by Samuel Carnell of Napier. #Maori

Maori woman from the Hawkes Bay district, taken on 3 December 1897 by Samuel Carnell of Napier. #Maori

Three women wearing cloaks, 1921 Three Koroniti women model fine flax cloaks. Two are decorated with short black cords (cloaks decorated in this way are called korowai). One is decorated with taniko boarders (cloaks decorated in this way are called kaitaka). Photographed by James Ingram McDonald in 1921

Three women wearing cloaks, 1921 Three Koroniti women model fine flax cloaks. Two are decorated with short black cords (cloaks decorated in this way are called korowai). One is decorated with taniko boarders (cloaks decorated in this way are called kaitaka). Photographed by James Ingram McDonald in 1921

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