Givenchy Spring 2011 Couture

Holy moly. This shit is gonna spread like wildfire. Oscars? Anna? WTF. WOW. Update (now that I’ve picked my jaw up off the floor): This collection was initially inspired by Riccardo Tisci’s admiration for Kazuo Ohno, a legendary Japanese dancer known for a style of  conceptual dance called Butoh. With the late Ohno as his muse plus the influence of Japanese robots and toys, hats by Philip Tracy, and as much as 4,000 hours of sewing for a single dress, Tisci created only 10 looks for his Spring Couture collection. Less is more. Proof.

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Two and One

For Jaime and Larry Oliver, it’s all in the details. Vintage details. Their Esty store, Two Art Directors and A Photographer, is filled with the most beautiful and well edited collection of vintage wares. And if your not sure that you need a set of  vintage Neiman Marcus colbalt and silver salt and pepper shakers or a pair of vintage shears, perhaps some images of Jaime and Oliver’s home in Texas will convince you otherwise. More after the jump!


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